The government appears maturitách required reading Added:17.5. 2006
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The government appears maturitách required reading

You know the book The Ballad of Mary Havířská Majerové or link from Milady Souckova? Also this work will need to be able GCSE students at the state of the Czech language. The new „maturity test“, which wants the school year 2007/2008 to implement the Ministry of Education, to be required reading.

You know the book The Ballad of Mary Havířská Majerové or link from Milady Souckova? Also this work will need to be able GCSE students at the state of the Czech language. The new „maturity test“, which wants the school year 2007/2008 to implement the Ministry of Education, to be required reading.

List of mandatory literature for examination in the Czech language and literature includes some six hundred titles! Many educators understand state procedures. „It is the philosophy of the current reform of education that someone ordered the students what they have read. For most teachers and students is a list of books and big surprises,“ she told the daily Mlada fronta Dnes Alena Duhajská JS Machar from high school in Brandys nad Labem.

Under the plan of the Center for Evaluation of Educational Achievement (CERM), which the state plans to graduation, the student graduation select twenty books on the list. Of these, then at the final examination will be allotted from the czech one title, which will be discussed.

In the course of secondary education students, however, discuss the six hundred titles. Director Martin Cermatu Chvál not understand why it is such a surprise reading list. „The public and the teachers seem equated with didactic new graduation test,“ he said.

Source: Reuters, MfD ihned.cz




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