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The Ministry of Education has decided on a series of Bagrut reforms As a result of these reforms  changes have been made for the English Bagrut exams. Every effort has been made to minimalize these changes. The  document below includes information about adapting the English Bagrut according to the Bagrut reforms and also provides detailed information about each of the modules. Additional details will be posted in the near future.

 

 Halima document 2014-2015

 

 Replacing the Mikud with a “Compatibility” Document (מסמך הלימה) (posted July 11, 2013)


 1. The Ministry of Education has decided on a series of Bagrut reforms that include:
       a.  no Bagrut testing in the tenth grade for any subject;
       b.  two external English Bagrut exams and one school-based assessment for each level;
       c.   matching the curriculum to the number of hours a subject is studied
            (Curriculum 2015):
           i.     Since learning a language is based on skills, the domains of Social Interaction, Access to Information and Presentation remain the 
                  same.  This represents 74% of the English studies (two modules and the oral exam).
           ii.    The Domain of Appreciation of Language, Literature and Culture 
                  represents 26% of the curriculum which is assessed by the school.  This has been highlighted in green in the Revised Curriculum.


2.    As a result of the above reforms, changes have been made for the English Bagrut exams. Every effort has been made to minimalize changes.  The
Halima document 2014-2015 includes information about adapting the English Bagrut according to the Bagrut reforms and also provides detailed information about each of the modules.  Additional details will be posted in the near future.

 
 
   
 
 
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