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ͻ The structure of education system has been


expanded considerably with different levels:
preschool, elementary school, middle school,
high school, post-secondary education
ͻ Each state within the United States sets a
different curriculum standard and each school
district within a state may have separate
curriculum standards set in place.
ͻ A 100 point grading system is used for all tested
subjects
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„nteraction between teachers and
students

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- Prefering informal-oriented
teaching and learning (informal
interaction based on referrals)
ë Teachers are more initiative in
interactions with students
- Creating comfortable environment
and let anyone to express ideas
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More participation in US schools


„nteraction in socializing

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- Students say what they think in their minds, discuss
enthusiastically in the class
- Students listen actively the lesson, summarizing themselves
initiatively and search for more knowledge from learning
resources such as libraries, „nternet at home͙
- The way students talk to teachers seems to be more
comfortable
- While class͛s debating topic, no one has a ͞wrong͟ opinion, all
views are welcomed & fairly evaluated
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- Both punishments and rewards which are to
create a safe and orderly learning
environment
- Students often disobey the rules, parents
may be contacted or learners may run the
risk of receiving a referral to the dean and
even being suspended.
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- Credit-based education allows students to easily
take any classes for a semester that are suitable for
their education level provided that they will get all
credits to graduate
- The inspection from accrediting agencies for schools
that help to differentiate between accredited
schools and degree/diploma mills
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which includes group work, HW, quizzes, tests,
portfolios and projects
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„/ Operating organization of
education

Educational system of Viet Nam


is under control of Vietnamese
government.

> A broad government-controlled


network of schools, universities
and colleges at all levels
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ͻ 5 stages: kindergartens, primary,
intermediate, secondary and higher
education.
ͻ „t is 5-4-3: 5 years of elementary
school (grades 1-5), 4 years of
secondary school (grades 6-9) and 3
years of high school (grades 10-12).
ͻ Higher education lasts between 2 & 6
years.
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ͻ Primary education is required for every
student. „t admits children of age 6.
ͻ After finishing the 5th grade, students
need to pass the Elementary Graduation
Examination.
ͻ „ntermediate education : students are
required to pass the „ntermediate
Graduation Examination („GE), 3 subjects
are always included ʹ foreign language,
mathematics, and literature.
ͻ To go to college or a university, students
must pass the University Entrance
Examination (UEE).
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ͻ Class starts at 6.30 a.m, finishes at 5 p.m and
studying days are 6 out of 7 days a week, from
Monday to Saturday.
ͻ A 10 point grading system is applied at all levels.
Passing point is 5

. Many rules that children must obey whether they


like it or not.
Ex: students at primary, secondary and high schools
have to wear uniforms.
Boys wear black pants and a white shirt, and they
must tuck their shirt into their pants before going
to school. Girls wear long dresses (ao dai).

> Many students feel this environment is hard, and


they do not have too much freedom in school.
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ͻ Students should respect and obey their
teachers in the same manner as their
parents.
ͻ Eg: when the teachers enter or leave the
classes, students all stand up greeting
and bowing to them.
ͻ what the teachers give in the lectures is
always right, and sometimes it is
disrespectful to oppose.
 
 

ͻ Vietnamese students are taught passively and the
teaching method is very teacher-oriented.
ͻ The teacher writes the summary of the lecture, the
students copy everything down and then learns it by
heart.
ͻ Vietnamese students spend more time at class and less
time for self-study.
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ͻ Students learn a lot of theory and


do not have many chances to
practice and apply what they learn
from books and teachers to the
real world.
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learning formulas and principles is
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