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ALL STUDENTS NEED TO KNOW IN ORDER TO SUCCEED! GOOD LUCK! MONICA LEVY & PIRCHY DAYAN Structure of the Bagrut for 5 point students
5 points - The English Bagrut consists of 4 parts: Module E – unseen (70p) + listening comprehension (30p). This is done at the end of YOD Module F – a literature exam which includes: 2 poems, 3 short stories and 1 play. The literary pieces are studied over a period of 2 years. This is done in the summer YA. Module G – unseen (60p) + writing a composition (40p). This is done in the winter YA. Oral Bagrut – project presentation (60%) + personal interview (40%). This is done also at the end of YA. The average of all 4 parts is your final grade in English.
What you should do in order to do well on the new Module F Buy a plastic folder ( קלסר חצי שקוף ) with 6 dividers – each one for 1 literary piece. Keep ALL the material related to the literary pieces in the portfolio. Your portfolios will be checked by your English teacher. This is part of תלמידאות Keep all the material from YOD until you take the Bagrut exam in YA. You will be tested on each literary piece during the 2 following years. Before the Bagrut exam you will have a Matkonet exam which will include ALL the literary pieces you have studied.
Your Final Grade – ציון הגשה is an average of ALL the grades in the two-year period – YOD and YA. There is a Matkonet exam BEFORE the Bagrut. If you miss a summative assessment (an exam on 1-2 pieces) without a justified reason, it will affect your final grade. Make up ( מועד ב ') tests are done according to the school policy. If you are not satisfied with your Bagrut grade, you can take Moed B in the summer YA & YB.
The process of learning any literary piece includes: pre reading activity vocabulary and basic understanding questions analysis & interpretation questions + literary terms HOTS – higher order thinking skills Bridging Text and Context - background information related to the literary piece post reading activity Reflection Summative assessment – test on 1-2 pieces
Basic Requirements This new literature module (F) demands a lot of work and organization. It also requires the ability to express yourselves well in English, since most of the questions are open-ended. students must reach an average of 70 by the end of the first semester in YOD in order to stay in 5 points. Your parents will be notified in the next parents evening if you do not follow those requirements. The programs for 4 and 5 points are different. It is nearly impossible to complete the material on your own.
We wish you a lot of luck! We hope you will enjoy the new literature program. Remember! The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary. The English Staff and Coordinators, Monica Levy & Pirchy Dayan