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1 THE ITALIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM Erika Bartolini Italian Eurydice unit Rome, 9 November 2012

2 Structure of the education and training system Curricula and students’ assessment Administration Eurypedia

3 STRUCTURE OF THE ITALIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM school year

4 Second cycle Licei 6 licei: classical studies, sciences, foreign languages, arts, music and dance, human sciences Technical Institutes 2 sectors: economic (2 branches), technological (9 branches) Vocational institutes 2 sectors: services (5 branches), industry and handicraft Upper secondary school (State) Three-year vocational education and training (Regions)

5 Primary Education Weekly timetable (from 2009/2010) -24 hours (only one teacher) -27 and 30 hours (more teachers per class not at the same time) -40 hours (fulltime timetable) 396 hours of English language for the five years : first grade: 1 hour second grade: 2 hours third to fifth grade: 3 hours Lower secondary education Weekly timetable -30 hours (corresponding to 990 hours/year) -36 hours/40 hours 3 hours of English language 2 hours of a second EU language 5 hours of English language

6 Curricula first cycle of education (2012) Goals for the development of competences (corresponding to the Common European Framework of References for Languages): Primary education (English): level A1 -Understanding of short oral and written messages -Simple oral and written description -Communication through playing Lower secondary education (English): level A2 -Understanding oral and written texts -Oral and written description -Writing short stories and letters Lower secondary education (second EU language): level A1

7 Upper secondary Weekly timetable (from 2010/2011) Liceo: 27/31 hours (classical, sciences, languages, human sciences) 32/35 (arts, music) 3 hour of ‘foreign language and culture’ Technical/vocational institutes: 32 hours (common + specific timetable) 3 hours of English language 2 to 3 hours of a second EU language for specific branches

8 Linguistic competences (Common European Framework of References for Languages): level B2 Licei (foreing language and culture) Understanding oral and written texts Production of oral and written texts To interact in the foreign language Technical/vocational institutes (English/second foreign language): B1/A1 B2 Short conversations and written texts To use the language for communication and operative purposes To draw up written texts according to their scope CLIL in the 5th grade of all licei and of technical institutes Curriculum upper secondary education (2010)

9 Recurrent/final assessment Marks from 0 to 10 for subjects and behaviour Final exam = average of marks (4 written tests + oral test on all subjects) + Invalsi national test Admission to the subsequent grade/First-cyle leaving state exam Minimum mark in each subject and beahaviour = 6 Mark lower than 6 in behaviour = grade retention Pupil assessment (first cycle)

10 Recurrent/final assessment School credits Final exam= mark form 60/100 to 100/100 Admission to the subsequent grade/Final state exam Suspended assessment and catching up Mark lower than 6 in behaviour = grade retention Pupil assessment (upper secondary)

11 MIUR Regional school office Regional Assessorship School administration Schools

12 The school School head Civil servant School manager Legal representative Director for general and administrative services - DSGA Civil servant Administrative services management Other professionals ATA staff Cooks/Hospital attendants Psychologists Teachers

13 Collegiate bodies School council It is made up of the school staff, parents and pupils It approves the POF, takes decides on purchases It establishes the weekly/daily timetable Teachers Assembly Is is made up of all the teachers of the District It formulates the POF It selects school textbooks Class council It is made up of teachers, parents, students It deals with class activities It carries out assessment

14 Initial teacher training From 2010 Preprimary/primary school: single-cycle programme degree (5 years ) with traineeship (600 hours) Secondary level: teaching-oriented second-cycle course (2 years) traineeship - TFA (1 year) Traineeship - TFA Teachings + observation phase + active teaching phase Exam qualifying to teaching (final report, overall activity carried out, teaching project)

15 Contatti Contatti tel. 055/ Eurydice Italia: Eurydice Italia: indire.it/eurydice programmallp.it/eurydice Eurydice Europa: Eurydice Europa: eacea.ec.europa.eu/education/eurydice INDIRE: Via Buonarroti, 10 – Firenze Agenzia LLP: Via Magliabechi, 1 - Firenze UNITÀ ITALIANA DI EURYDICE


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