[etni] Re: Fwd: re: Winter new lit "F" Bagrut answers

  • From: Bari Nirenberg <bnirenberg@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "etni.list@xxxxxxxxx" <etni.list@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 29 Jan 2012 07:52:55 +0200

All of the keys for all of the modules are prepared by Machon Szold. Machon
Szold does not post the keys online. I believe that in the past, the
Ministry posted a few keys, but I don't think they do so anymore. In any
case, the keys have never been posted by the Ministry immediately following
the exam -- even the Bagrut markers don't get a key for a couple of weeks
or so.
As was mentioned, the answers in the newspaper were always posted by one of
the private companies, I believe Yoel Geva. Note that this has never been
an official key -- it is incomplete and on at least one occasion, I
remember an answer that was only worth partial credit. I assume the folks
at Yoel Geva didn't see the lit exam, as not that many schools took it,
which is why they didn't publish their answers.


On Sunday, January 29, 2012, ETNI list <etni.list@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Judy Givati <jesg50@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Winter new lit "F" Bagrut answers
> I checked out the answers posted on the Internet..thank you so   much
> for giving the site address......
> However, I noticed that the answers to the "F" literature exam were
> not there.... Rumor has it that there is no answer key as yet???
> MAybe I haven't been teaching long enough but it seems to me that
> answers should be written at the same time as the questions. Am I
> wrong? How can students be expected to answer when the test writers
> haven't done so? ( Does no one recall the days of  "backward planning"
> ? )What if when the test writers do finally produce an answer they
> discover the question is faulty?
> I once took an excellent course in the preparation of tests. Perhaps
> it should be offered as a refresher course to those who need it? jesg

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