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Bagrut Assessment

See how your grades are determined
 
The grade ('magen') for Module E:
 
You write 2-3 regular exams:  100%
This becomes 60% and added to the final exam ('matkonet')  which is worth 40%. This is the calculated grade.
 
Now we take class work and homework into consideration to determine the final school grade ('magen').
For example, if the calculated grade is 75, but the student has worked in class and has done homework, the final grade ('magen') can be raised up to 83 (10%)!
 
The same is done for Modules F and G: the percentage hasn't been detemined yet.
3 exams:
Compositions done in class:
 
Oral Bagrut:
Your Teacher's grade ('magen'):   50%
The examiner's grade:                   50% 
 

 

Example of how a pupil's final Bagrut grade is calculated:

Semel Sheelon Name of Module % of grade in Final Calculation Pupil's Grade for Each Module # Points for Calculation of Final Grade

016106

E

27

97

26

016107

F

26

87

23

016108

G

27

80

21

016112

Oral

20

100

20

016500

Semel sheelon rashi

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Final Grade: 90

        Rubric for Assessing the Written Presentation

 

Ge     General comments:

            1.       Teachers can give in-between grades e.g. 14 pts.

            2.       Deduction for length:

                for  85 -100 words - deduct 8 - 12 points

                for  70 - 85 words - deduct 12 - 16 points

                for  55 - 70 words - deduct 16- 20 points

                for less than 45 words, 0 points for the whole task

3. Deduction for letter format:  If the format of

    presentation does not include all the required

    elements, deduct 2-4 points

Criteria

Descriptors

 

 

 

 

Content and Organization

        information is relevant to the topic

        fluent expression

        ideas clearly stated

        text is well organized

        task is written mostly in pupil's own words

 

 

        some information is irrelevant to the topic

        message is sometimes difficult to follow

        text is fairly well organized

        chunks of the task are not written in pupil's own words

 

        information is irrelevant to the topic

        message cannot be understood

        text is poorly organized

        task is not written in pupil's own words.

8

6

4

2

0

 

 

 

Vocabulary

        correct use of varied and rich vocabulary

        effective word/idiom  choice and usage

        use of appropriate register

 

        correct use of appropriate vocabulary

        occasional errors of word/idiom form, choice and usage

        occasional use of inappropriate register

 

        limited or inappropriate vocabulary

        frequent errors of word/idiom form, choice and usage

        use of inappropriate register

8

7

6

4

2

 

 

 

 

Language Use

        correct use of advanced language structures

        few errors of agreement, tense, word order, connectors, pronouns, prepositions

 

        correct use of basic language structures

        several errors of agreement, tense, word order, connectors,  pronouns, prepositions, fragments, run-ons

 

        incorrect use of language structures

        frequent errors of agreement, tense, word order, connectors, pronouns, prepositions, fragments, run-ons

16

12

8

4

2

Mechanics

 

        few errors of spelling, punctuation, capitalization, paragraphing

 

        occasional errors of spelling, punctuation, capitalization, paragraphing

 

        frequent errors of spelling, punctuation, capitalization, paragraphing

8

6

4

2

0

 

              Total:  ___  / 40