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Bagrut Examinations

 


 Explanation about Bagrut examinations for External Students (posted November, 2014)

 We are in the process of selecting new literary texts for the literature Bagrut exam for modules D and F.  Teachers who would like to suggest a text are requested to send the following information to Bari Nirenberg at bari.texts@gmail.com by Wednesday, November 26th:

Name of text
Author
URL or book in which the text appears (or a scanned copy of the text)
The level (four or five points) for which you are suggesting the text

Please note that in order to be approved, texts must meet the criteria in the literature Handbook.  You can review the criteria here.   (posted November, 2014)

 Information about the Bagrut Exams, Winter 2015 (including the timetable) (posted November, 2014)

 

 Information about Students with Learning Difficulties Requesting Testing Accommodations   
הנחיות להתאמות בבחינת הבגרות באנגלית לתלמידים בעלי לקויות למידה ותלמידים בעלי קשיים מיוחדים – תשע"ה  (posted November, 2014)


 Information about the Computerized Bagrut Examinations (posted November, 2014)

 Table of Specifications for Modules A and C (posted Nov. 5, 2014)

 Calculation of the School Grade (ציון בית ספרי)   (posted Nov. 5, 2014)

 FAQs regarding the Changes in the Literature Program and the Bagrut Reforms (posted Nov. 5, 2014)


 Rubric for Assessing the Written Task - New Module C (posted Nov. 5, 2014)

 Changes for Modules A and C for Students in the Tenth Grade, September 2014 (posted Nov. 5, 2014)

 In the Winter moed, students will write their answers in the literature exam booklet, as they had done in the past.  (In other words, it will not be like it was in the Summer when the students answered the questions in a separate notebook.)  (posted Nov. 5, 2014)

 Listening Files of the Bagrut Examinations  (posted Nov. 3, 2014)

 Dates of Winter and Summer Bagrut Examinations (posted Oct. 20, 2014)

 Explanations of the Changes in the Literature Program  (posted Sept. 9, 2014) 


 Apply to mark Bagrut Exams - Application Form

 To Download – Form for Inspector's Approval
 

 
 

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 Course Registration for courses on Teaching Higher-Order Thinking Skills through Literature for the 2014-2015 school year is now open. If you have not yet taken one of these courses in the past, please click on this link to register for one, today! (posted Nov. 5, 2014)

 Diplomacy and International Communication in English (posted Nov. 5, 2014)

 מכתב למנהלים:דיפלומטיה ותקשורת בינלאומית בשפה האנגלית – מקצוע בחירה חדש
(posted Nov. 5, 2014)

 Information about Literature Courses Offered in 2014-2015 (posted Nov. 5, 2014)

 The approved bilingual dictionary is the Zilberman which is in grey with red stripes (not the small red one ed. 2008)

Shimon  Zilberman, The New Comprehensive Hebrew-English/ English Hebrew Dictionary, 2012. (posted Oct. 27, 2014)

 Pedagogical Counselor for English Teachers of Immigrant Pupils in Israel (posted Oct. 25, 2014)

 Breaking News!; Article in Walla about the new elective, International Communication in English: מגמת אנגלית חדשה לתלמידי 5 יחידות בתיכונים (posted Aug. 15, 2014)


As of September 1, 2014, more than 700 teachers had registered their interest in taking the 60-hour teacher training course in the Art of Communication. There are far more teachers interested than there are spots in the course. Nevertheless, we have decided to keep registration open. The process of selecting the teacher most able to implement the program will require the completion of a separate form (one signed by your principal, the form will be posted here in the next two weeks). The teacher training course will most likely run from January-the beginning of July, 2015.  -Jennifer Sternlicht, the National Coordinator of International Communication in English, at starlightfam@gmail.com
  
 A Practical Guide for Teaching Vocabulary (posted Aug. 11. 2014) 

 

 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
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