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FOOD!

-Fish, meats and milk are often incorporated in their most popular dishes
- karjalanprirakka is one of the most famous dishes in Finland
o - it is a pie dish that contains potatoes rish, carrots and some egg spread
- Which is funny that it is one of the most famous dishs because it
does not incorporate any of the other ingredients that I named
above
Milk is very important to the fins
o It is incorporated as a very important beverage in their diet, not only as a
drink but as a basic ingergerdient to many different meals
They often eat a bigger meal midday,
o That would include fish baked in a rye loaf of bread with potatoes barley
bread cheese, pickled beets, cloud berries and served with milk or coffee

SPORTS
Male competitors race wile carrying a female teammate on upside down on their
back
o With their female teammate their wife flung over their shoulders the race
to see who can compete the 250 m long course
o The completion is held annually in Finland since 1992
They do not need to wear a helmet
They do not need to be married
The only equipment that is allowed to be worn is a belt which is
optional
Typically two couples run at the same time
They will be disqualified if the wife is dropped
Willie throwing
o See how far you can throw a wellington boot
o Originally ordinated in Brittan
o The world championship is held in upper thong village in Finland

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE


The compulsory educational system in Finland consists of a nine-year comprehensive
school from 1st to 9th grade, from the ages of 7 to 16 in which attendance is mandatory.
(Homeschooling is allowed, but rare).
Contains of the world's top education systems
o Vastly improved in reading, math and science within the last decade
Finland has no private schools. Every academic institution is publicly funded
30% of children receive extra help during their first 9 years of school

BASIC EDUCATION-COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL


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TESTS
Students only typically take on high state standardized test within their
years of schooling.
There are no mandated standardized tests in Finland apart from one exam at the
end of student's senior year in high school when they are 16
oThe test is called the national Matriculation Examination it
determines college readiness and is mandatory to graduate college
ALTHOUGH...
Programmed for International Student Assessment (PISA)
o A standardized test given to 15-year-olds in more than 40 global venues
o In 2006 first out of 57 countries (and a few cities) in science
o 2009 PISAscores released last year, the nation came in second in
science, third in reading and sixth in math among nearly half a million
students worldwide.
Due to the no testing
There are no rankings, no comparisons or competition between students, schools or
regions
o They often believe that competition is not as important as
cooperation; therefore they do not put students against each other.
-Thefore believed to be happier and live a better happier life
And even though they do not regularly give test Finland is consistently one of the
highest performing developing countries on the program for international student
assessment

STATISTS
30% of children receive extra help during their first 9 years of school
66% of students go to college
Which is the highest rate in all of Europe
Science classes are capped at 16 students so they can preform practical
expreirenmetns in every class
93% of fins graduates from high school
Which is 17.5 percent higher than the united states
43% of finish high school students go to vocational schools
In Finland Elementary school students get 75 minutes of recess a day rather than
the average 27 minutes in the U.S.
Teachers try to allow their students 15 minutes of play for every 45
minutes of instruction time
Teachers are selected from the top 10% of graduates

Fun facts
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The compulsory educational system in Finland consists of a nine-year comprehensive


school from 1st to 9th grade, from the ages of 7 to 16 in which attendance is mandatory.
(Homeschooling is allowed, but rare).
Contains of the world's top education systems
o Vastly improved in reading, math and science within the last decade
Finland has no private schools. Every academic institution is publicly funded
The teachers are trained to issue their own versions of tests rather than
standardized tests
o To become a teacher in Finland you must have received a master's
degree and complete an equivalent
o Student teachers must often teach and affiliated elementary that adjoin a
university
There are no mandated standardized tests in Finland apart from one exam at the
end of student's senior year in high school when they are 16
o The test is called the national Matriculation Examination it
determines college readiness and is mandatory to graduate college

There are no rankings, no comparisons or competition between students,


schools or regions
o They often believe that competition is not as important as
cooperation; therefore they do not put students against each other.
Finland is consistently one of the highest performing developing countries on the
program for international student assessment
Educators are more laid back
o Encourage students to create their own mini laboratories for
teaching styles
Inquiry based classrooms
Programmed for International Student Assessment (PISA)
o A standardized test given to 15-year-olds in more than 40 global venues
o In 2006 first out of 57 countries (and a few cities) in science
o 2009 PISAscores released last year, the nation came in second in
science, third in reading and sixth in math among nearly half a million
students worldwide.

30% of children receive extra help during their first 9 years of school
66% of students go to college
Which is the highest rate in all of Europe
Science classes are capped at 16 students so they can preform practical
expreirenmetns in every class
93% of fins graduates from high school
Which is 17.5 percent higher than the united states
43% of finish high school students go to vocational schools
In Finland Elementary school students get 75 minutes of recess a day rather than
the average 27 minutes in the U.S.
Teachers try to allow their students 15 minutes of play for every 45
minutes of instruction time
Teachers are selected from the top 10% of graduates
Teaching is one of the most respected professions
Teachers are giving the same status as doctors or lawyers