Ordinary high school competition, oral exam: what it consists of, how many points. Frameworks. UPDATED

The written tests of the ordinary competition of first and second of baccalaureate are in course. The first schedule includes rehearsals until April 13, then the second part from April 21-29. Applicants who pass the written test are admitted to the oral test. Here are the reference frameworks for the oral exam assessment.

The interview will last a maximum of 45 minutes, without prejudice to overtime, in accordance with Art. 20 of Law 5/02/1992, n. 104, of the time allotted to the trial.
The interview, in accordance with Art. 6 of Ministerial Decree no. 326/2021, is valued with a maximum of 100 points and approved by those who achieve the minimum score of 70 points.

List of oral frames of reference being updated

REFERENCE PANEL AB24 AB25

The oral exam consists of the planning of an educational activity, which includes the contents, the didactic and methodological choices made and examples of practical use of digital technologies. For the foreign language competition of classes A-24, A-25 and B02, the oral exam is held in the foreign language taught.

Evaluation criteria:

Area 1 – maximum 40 points – Competence in pedagogical-didactic planning, with reference to the theoretical preparation in the normative field, to the placement of the planning with respect to the given context.
Area 2 – maximum 30 points – Knowledge of the assigned topic and the most appropriate teaching methods consistent with the topic to be addressed
Area 3 – maximum 30 points – Oral interaction: comprehension and production in English on professional topics.

REFERENCE PANEL A022

The test is structured as follows:

  • planning an educational activity, including content illustration, didactic and methodological options, and examples of practical use of digital technologies;
  • assessment of the ability to understand and converse in English at least at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Evaluation criteria:

Area 1 – maximum 40 points – Competence in pedagogical-didactic planning, with reference to the theoretical preparation in the normative field, to the placement of the planning with respect to the given context.
Area 2 – maximum 40 points – Knowledge of the assigned topic and the most appropriate teaching methods consistent with the topic to be addressed
Area 3 – maximum 10 points – Ability to understand and produce orally in English (level B2 MECR), also with reference to the specific didactic activity.
Area 4– maximum 10 points – Quality of the presentation in the dialogue with the committee, with reference to the linguistic domain at grammatical, syntactic and lexical level, to the breadth and richness of the lexical competence, also with regard to scientific terminology pedagogical-didactic. .

FRAMEWORK OF REFERENCE A019

The test is structured as follows:

  • planning an educational activity, including content illustration, didactic and methodological options, and examples of practical use of digital technologies;
  • assessment of the ability to understand and converse in English at least at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Linguistic reference.

Evaluation criteria:
Area 1 – maximum 40 points – Competence in pedagogical-didactic planning, with reference to the theoretical preparation in the normative field, to the placement of the planning with respect to the given context.
Area 2 – maximum 40 points – Knowledge of the assigned topic and the most appropriate teaching methods consistent with the topic to be addressed
Area 3 – maximum 10 points – Ability to understand and produce orally in English (level B2 MECR), also with reference to the specific didactic activity.
Area 4– maximum 10 points – Quality of the presentation in the dialogue with the committee, with reference to the linguistic domain at grammatical, syntactic and lexical level, to the breadth and richness of the lexical competence, also with regard to scientific terminology pedagogical-didactic. .

REFERENCE FRAME ADMM ADSS

The oral exam consists of:
an interview, on a track taken 24 hours before the test, between three prepared by the Selection Committee. The oral exam consists of the planning of an educational activity, which includes the contents, the didactic and methodological choices made and examples of practical use of digital technologies. The oral exam also assesses the ability to understand and converse in English at least at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, as well as the specific teaching capacity, which in the case of support places includes the special teaching.

Evaluation criteria:

Area 1 – maximum 40 points – Competence in pedagogical-didactic planning, with reference to the theoretical preparation in the normative field, of pedagogy and special education, of psychology of the evolutionary age and its coherent and critical use in the stage planning; the placement of the design with respect to the context; the logical, coherent and conscious structuring of the didactic proposal and its operative declination; observation, documentation and evaluation from the ICF perspective.
Area 2 – maximum 15 points – Knowledge of disability and other special educational needs in a biopsychosocial logic, in order to promote curricular learning and transversal competences.
Area 3 – maximum 20 points – Competence in comprehension and oral production in English (level B2 MECR), also with reference to specific teaching skills.
Area 4 – maximum 15 points – Competence in the use of information and communication technologies, with reference to the didactic use of technologies and multimedia multimedia devices, aimed at achieving the objectives set by current teaching regulations .
Area 5 – maximum 10 points – Quality of the presentation in the dialogue with the commission, with reference to the linguistic domain at grammatical, syntactic and lexical level, the breadth and richness of the lexical competence, also with regard to the pedagogical scientific terminology -didactic.

A048, A049

Area 1 – maximum 40 points – Competence in pedagogical-didactic planning, with reference to the theoretical preparation in the normative field, to the placement of the planning with respect to the given context.

Area 2 – maximum 40 points – Knowledge of the assigned topic and the most appropriate teaching methods consistent with the topic to be addressed

Area 3 – maximum 10 points – Ability to understand and produce orally in English (level B2 MECR), also with reference to the specific didactic activity.

Area 4– maximum 10 points – Quality of the presentation in the dialogue with the committee, with reference to the linguistic domain at grammatical, syntactic and lexical level, to the breadth and richness of the lexical competence, also with regard to scientific terminology pedagogical-didactic. .

A060

Area 1 – maximum 40 points – Competence in pedagogical-didactic planning, with reference to the theoretical preparation in the normative field, to the placement of the planning with respect to the given context.
Area 2 – maximum 40 points – Knowledge of the assigned topic and the most appropriate teaching methods consistent with the topic to be addressed
Area 3 – maximum 10 points – Quality of the presentation in the dialogue with the commission, with reference to the linguistic domain at grammatical, syntactic and lexical level, the breadth and richness of the lexical competence, also with regard to the pedagogical scientific terminology -didactic.
Area 4 – maximum 10 points – Ability to understand and produce orally in English (level B2 MECR), also with reference to the specific didactic activity.

CONTEST PREPARATION COURSE

The other frames of reference published so far:

A013– A002 – A008 – A011 – A021 – A023–

A030 – A037 – A040 – A042 – B003 – B006–

B015 – AA25 – AC25 – A003 – A005 – A006 – A007–

A014 – A015 – A033 – A036 – A038 – A039 – A043 – A047 – A054–

B017 – AC24 – A016 – A032 – A044 – A052 – A059 – A061 – A064

B018 – B019– B021 – AN24 – AI24 – AE24 – AF55 – AK55–

B005 – B009 – B022 – B024 – B026 – BA02 – BB02 – BC02–

A009 – B003 – B004 – B006 – B007 – B014 – B015 – B016 – B017–

BD02 – BI02 – AA24 – AI55 – AJ55 – AL55 – AM55 – A055 – AW55–

AB56 – AF56 – AM56 – AC56 – AG56 – AL56 – AK56– AJ56–

AI56 – AD25 – AD56 – AH56 – A001–

A017– A018 – A050 –A034 – A057 – A062 – B010 – B012–

AN55 – AS55 – AA56 – AE56 – AN56–

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A020 – A026 – A027 – A041 –A028

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