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Bagrut 2014
 

Winter Bagrut

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


 

Summer Moed Bet

Bagrut Exams


MODULE A

MODULE B

MODULE C

MODULE D Literature Exam

MODULE E

MODULE F

MODULE G


Scoring Guides Summer 2014
MODULE A

MODULE B

MODULE C

Literature D Exam - General Guidelines and Scoring Guides (posted Aug 15, 2014)
MODULE E

Literature F Exam - General Guidelines and Scoring Guides (posted Aug 15, 2014)

MODULE G


 The Oral LD Exam, Summer Moed Bet 2014 (posted July 6, 2014) 
 

  Information about the Listening Comprehension, Summer Moed BET 2014 - end of page (posted July 6, 2014)


 CD Tracks, Summer Moed Bet 2014 (posted July 5, 2014)

 Timetable of the Summer MOED BET Bagrut Exams 2014 (posted July 2, 2014)

 

 

Summer Bagrut

Summer Bagrut Exams


MODULE A

MODULE B

MODULE C

MODULE D

MODULE E

MODULE F

MODULE G


Scoring Guides Summer 2014
MODULE A

MODULE B

MODULE C

Literature D Exam - General Guidelines and Scoring Guides (posted Aug 15, 2014)
MODULE E
Literature F Exam - General Guidelines and Scoring Guides (posted Aug 15, 2014)

MODULE G

 

  • Dear Bagrut English Teachers,


    I want to try and answer the questions I have been asked about the Answer Booklet for the D and F literature modules. But first I want to explain why it was decided to have students answer in the Answer Booklet instead of the Exam Booklet.


    Teachers' and testers' feedback after the winter exam was that for the literature modules there is not enough room for the students to answer and they start writing their answers in all different places.  So, in order to try and solve this problem and help the students, it was decided that they would answer in an Answer Booklet.  When students answer their questions for other subjects, it is almost always in an Answer Booklet, so this is something the students are familiar with.


    Here are some of the questions I have been asked, together with the answers.  I hope this will help you.

    1. Where do we get the Answer Booklets?
    The Testing Dept. sends them to the schools.  They are already at school.


    2.  Will the paper be lined?
    The paper is graph paper (like they use for math)


    3.  Will there be numbers of the questions or can pupils answer in whatever order they like?
    The Answer Booklet is blank.  Students need to write the number of the question and then the answer.  There is no need to copy the questions.  For multiple-choice questions, the students write the number of the question and then the number of the answer.  The students should answer according to the order they are in the Exam Booklet.


    4.  Why weren't the schools notified about this decision earlier?
    On March 3 the Testing Dept. sent out a hozer to schools, and in this hozer it was indicated that students wouldn't be answering in the Test Booklet for the literature modules.


    5.  Do we send in both booklets?
    No, only the Answer Booklet, that will have on it all the relevant stickers.


    6.  Can the students take the Exam Booklet with them after the test?
    No, it stays at school.


    I hope I have answered all your questions.  If not, please write me and I will do my best to answer you.


    I want to take this opportunity to wish you and your students lots of luck on Thursday.  I think of you all.


    If you need to contact me on the day of the exam, I suggest you call my cell phone as the phones at the Ministry in Jerusalem are not working.  I hope by Thursday they will.  My phone number is 0506282273.


    All the very best,
    Judy

  • Format of the A, B, and C modules (Hozer Mancal חוזר מנכ''ל תשעד/4, כ"ד כסלו התשע"ד, 27 בנובמבר 2013)
    Students taking the A, B or C exam this year, will continue with the same format next year.
    Regarding students who will be in the tenth grade next year,  the new format of the A, B and C modules will soon be posted, based on the Minister's Bagrut reforms.
    (posted May 7, 2014)
     
  • The Oral LD Exam, Summer 2014 (posted May 7, 2014)

  • According to a letter sent to all schools by Dr. Moshe Decallo, Head of the Testing Department of the Ministry of Education,  it is the responsibility of the school to appoint testers of LD students (students with learning disabilities and other special education needs) who will be taking the Bagrut exam orally. There is no longer a requirement to apply for tester authorization.


    Please note that for English, ONLY students with special educational needs (07, 08 and students in special educational settings)  are permitted to take the oral LD exam with a tester.  All other students who have received approval for the oral LD exam are required to  take the computerized Bagrut exam. (posted May 6, 2014)

     

  • Information about the Listening Comprehension, Summer Bagrut Exams 2014 (posted April 28, 2014)

  • CD Tracks, Summer Bagrut 2014 (posted April 28, 2014)

  • הקראת שאלון באנגלית – ע"ג תקליטור  (posted April 28, 2014)

 

 

Winter Bagrut

Winter Bagrut Exams

MODULE A

MODULE B

MODULE C

MODULE D

MODULE E

MODULE F

MODULE G


Scoring Guides Winter 2014

Scoring Guides Winter 2014 (posted May 4, 2014)

Literature D Exam - General Guidelines and Scoring Guides (posted May 4, 2014)

Literature F Exam - General Guidelines and Scoring Guides (posted May 4, 2014)

 

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