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Title: Teaching of natural sciences at schools in ireland
Authors: Мірось, Світлана Леонідівна
Білоконь, Світлана Василівна
Мирось, Светлана Леонидовна
Белоконь, Светлана Васильевна
Miros, Svitlana L.
Bilokon, Svitlana V.
Citation: Проблеми і перспективи розвитку природничих наук у контексті модернізації середньої та вищої школи : зб. матеріалів Всеукр. наук.-метод. Інтернет-конф. (Одеса ,10-11 жовт. 2019 р.). – Одеса : Одеський нац. ун-т, 2019.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Одеський національний університет імені І. І. Мечникова
Keywords: teaching
natural sciences
Abstract: The Irish school education system includes primary and secondary schools which are separate from each other and have its own leadership, headed by the principal. Children in Ireland go to first grade of primary school at age 6. Secondary school education begins at age 12. The Irish secondary school system provides 6 years of study, which are divided into 2 cycles – junior and senior cycles. The junior cycle includes 3 years of study. Upon completion of their junior year of high school, students take an external state exam and receive a Junior Certificate. Students study up to 9 subjects in total.
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