Ukraine news:next year the graduates of vocational schools will take the independent external evaluation.
2018 testing, testing will take vocational graduates, and the tests adapted for the blind. Will also introduce a listening comprehension in a foreign language.
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Next year will undergo changes independent external assessment in a foreign language, and tests in Ukrainian language and literature, mathematics and history of Ukraine have been adapted for those who have visual impairments.
About this today during the briefing said the Director of the Ukrainian center for educational quality assessment Vadim Carangi. According to him, in the test in a foreign language in next year will be assessment item a new activity that is not practiced – perception of language by ear. “There will be a separate unit listening,” said Karangi .
“In addition, it is assumed that in the process of passing the state final examination will be used in a duplex test with the level of language proficiency B1 and B2,” – said Director uceqa. Also, it is planned to adapt for the next year tests in Ukrainian language and literature, mathematics and history of Ukraine for blind people.
“This category is small, but from the point of view of preserving the validity of the approach in terms of equal access to higher education, we should do it, and I hope we do it next year”, – said Karangi. In addition, next year the EIT in the Ukrainian language and literature will take graduates not only schools but also vocational and technical schools and colleges, writes Ukrainian Pravda.
According to Carande, mcqs for graduates of vocational schools will be to serve as a form of state final certification (GIA). “This will happen for the first time, still do not explicitly applied in the form of state final certification of graduates of vocational schools and colleges. This will give the opportunity to compare what level of training in school, vocational school and College. In the future we plan to form a single requirements to evaluate these graduates”, – he said.