Australia Culture The education
Australian Culture
didjeridoo or didgeridoo («yidaki») musical spirit instrument of aborigines of Australia. One of the eldest wind instruments in the world.
The framework of Australia's laws
Sydney Opera House  is a visiting-card of Australia
Harbour Bridge is the greatest bridge of Sidney, one of the  greatest steel arched bridges in the world
A sporting culture
The education system
The university
The below diagram shows the different study options that students have after completing different levels of education
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Australia culture. The education system

1. Australia Culture The education

Презентацию подготовила учитель
информатики и английского языка
Османова Марина Экрамовна
МКОУ Черчетская СОШ
October, 2013


Australia is situated
south of Asia,
between the Pacific
and the Indian
Oceans. Australia is
a continent, a
country and an
island at the same
time. Australia is
located in the

3. Australian Culture

Australia is very much a
multi-cultural nation, having
immigration starting with
the Australian Aboriginals
40,000 years ago, followed
by the English 200 years

4. didjeridoo or didgeridoo («yidaki») musical spirit instrument of aborigines of Australia. One of the eldest wind instruments in the world.

didjeridoo or didgeridoo («yidaki»)
musical spirit instrument of aborigines of Australia.
One of the eldest wind instruments in the world.
He is made out of piece of barrel of eucalyptus long
1-3 meters, the core of that is eaten away by thermits.

5. The framework of Australia's laws

Within the framework of Australia's laws, all Australians
have the right to express their culture and beliefs and to
participate freely in Australia's national life. Everyone is
expected to uphold the principles and shared values that
support Australia's way of life. These include:
respect for equal worth, dignity and freedom of the
freedom of speech and association
freedom of religion and a secular government
support for parliamentary democracy and the rule of law
equality under the law
equality of men and women
equality of opportunity
a spirit of egalitarianism that embraces tolerance, mutual
respect, and compassion for those in need.

6. Language 

All people in Australia are encouraged to learn English, which is the
national language and an important unifying element of Australian society.
However, languages other than English are also valued.
Religious worship
• Australia is a predominantly Christian country, with around 64 per cent of
all Australians identifying as Christians. However, most other major religious
faiths are also practised, reflecting Australia's culturally diverse society.
Indigenous Australians have their own unique religious traditions and
spiritual values. Australia has no official state religion and people are free to
practise any religion they choose, as long as they obey the law. Australians
are also free not to have a religion.
Vibrant arts scene
•Australia has a vibrant arts scene that reflects both the nation's Indigenous cultural
traditions and its rich mosaic of migrant cultures. All forms of the visual and
performing arts have strong followings, including film, art, theatre, dance and

7. Sydney Opera House  is a visiting-card of Australia

Sydney Opera House is a visitingcard of Australia
The Sidney opera theater
was open on October, 20,
the queen of England by
Elisabeth II.
Barry Hamfriz
Djoan Sazerlend
Keit Blanshet
Djeffry Rash

8. Harbour Bridge is the greatest bridge of Sidney, one of the  greatest steel arched bridges in the world

Harbour Bridge is the
greatest bridge of Sidney, one of the
greatest steel arched bridges in the world
A Harbour Bridge was open on March, 19,
General length of all bridge
is 1149 meters. Width of bridge
is 49 meters. Complete weight
of bridge is 52 800 tons
on a bridge a motorcar, pedestrian and railway
report comes true. A Harbour
Bridge connects business,
Central part of city with the North
bank and crosses a bay PortJackson.
The arched bridge span has
length 503 meters.


Forming part of a mountain chain
which extends for 430 km, the
Flinders Ranges consists of
spectacular peaks and
valleys, providing a unique contrast
between the dry, stony land and the
richly lined rock-faces of native
gums and wattles. The best known
feature of the Flinders Ranges is the
Wilpena Pound, an
immense, elevated basin covering
about 50 square km and encircled
by sheer cliffs.

10. A sporting culture

In Australia the most popular types of
sport are tennis(about300 thousand pe
rsons), track-and-field(about 200
thousand persons), surfing and
football. Not so a long ago the winters
ports, a lion's share of that is on a
mountain-skiing began actively
to develop.
The Sydney 2000 Summer Olympic
Games or the Millennium
Games/Games of the New
Millennium-It was the second time
that the Summer Olympics were held
in the Southern Hemisphere

11. The education system

The education system in
Australia provides top notch
opportunities for International
students seeking world-class
academic and individual
experience. It provides
qualitative education which is
highly regarded and widely
recognized allover. Australian
offers diverse courses, which
covers 12 years of primary and
secondary education. There is a
vast range of study courses
available in Australian
education, which includes
traditional academic programs
in addition to the further
practical and vocational courses.


Primary School
Primary education of Australia is seven years of preliminary courses,
where children commence their education at the age of 5 years (Year1) and will be completing at the age of 12 (Year-7). This level of
education provides general education for the students and gets them
ready for a role in society and for the next level of education.
Secondary School
Students move to secondary school (Year-8) at the age of 12 and it is
mandatory to complete their two years of ‘junior high school’ till the
Year-10, after which they have the option to discontinue their
education or can pursue their further course of study. Students have
to accomplish another 2 years of ‘high school diploma’ (Year-12).
Students leaving their school after ‘junior high school’ can also go for
vocational education course or for apprenticeship training to enter
the work force.
Tertiary School
After completing final year (Year-12) of secondary school, students
head for their higher (Tertiary) education that awards degree for
Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral studies. Mostly students from
overseas come for education at this level. Tertiary education in
Australia is within the purview of the Australian Qualification
Framework (AQF), which aspires to integrate both vocational and
higher education into a solitary classification of tertiary education.

13. M A R K S

Very good
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14. The university

15. The below diagram shows the different study options that students have after completing different levels of education

•Year 11 and then year 12
•A vocational program (certificate 1 to certificate 3 depending upon the
ability of the student .the course may be held in a school, at a TAFE college
or at private college
•A one year foundation course to prepare for university entry
Year 11
•A certificate 4 programme
A foundation programme;
Year 12
A certificate 4 programme;
University undergraduate programme;
vocational diploma
A university undergraduate programme in year 2 , this again depends
on the recognition that the university provides to the diploma
Advanced Diploma A university undergraduate programme in year 3 , this again depends
on the recognition that the university provides to the diploma
•A one-year “Honours” degree (for students who have the ability)
Bachelor degree
(Under Graduate) •A postgraduate qualification
Year 10
Masters degree
(Post Graduate)

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