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    • Gość: A.D. My bit and more... IP: *.mco.bellsouth.net 06.07.03, 20:30
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      >>> Z przyjemnoscia !!! Ale czy to sa napewno te picerie, ktore zamiast sosu
      pomidorowego uzywaja Palestynska krew? No a co sie stalo z tymi zakaskami
      zrobionymi z mozdzku Palestynskiego dziecka dla podniesienia tych zolnierskich
      IQ??? Nie reklamuje sie juz tego syjonistyczneho smakolyu?No bo ponoc w
      Izraelu zydzi...glupieja!!!


      >>> Z przeprowadzonych badan poziomu wiedzy u studentow w wieku 15 lat, z
      posrod 41 krajow badanych, Izrael znalazl sie na...30 miejscu! Nic wiec nie
      wskazuje na to, aby w Izraelu Zydzi mogli dochrapac sie Nagrod Nobla, bo tam
      nie potrafia sie nauczyc czytac i pisac; no i co jest najwiekszym dowcipem,
      takze i ... liczyc!!! Potrafi sobie ktos wyobrazic zyda, ktory lichwy nie
      potrafi obliczyc? Takie sa te oplakane skutki, jak zyd nie moze zerowac i
      pasozytowac na innej narodowosci organizmie...

      Survey: Israelis rank among world's weakest students

      By Relly Sa'ar



      One-third of Israeli 15-year-olds with 9-10 years
      of schooling lack basic reading skills, according
      to an international survey released yesterday. It
      also revealed this to be the most polarized
      Western country for the gaps in reading skills and
      knowledge of math and science between top students
      from better off homes and weak students from the
      poorer ones.




      The Program for International
      Student Assessment (PISA-2000)
      survey on industrialized states
      (OECD) was published
      simultaneously in the 41
      countries that took part in the
      research. Israeli youngsters
      scored an average grade of 453
      in the reading-skills section
      of the survey, positioning them

      in the bottom third on the international
      achievement scale, with a ranking of 30 out of
      the 41 participating countries.

      Finnish students ranked first, averaging a score
      of 546 points. American students were also
      placed in the top third of the scale.

      To quantify the reading comprehension of
      15-year-old students around the world, those
      who conducted the survey ranked the students'
      abilities according to five levels, with one
      being the lowest and five being the highest.

      Only four percent of Israeli students were in
      the fifth level, while one-third were in the
      first level or below. Almost 20 percent of
      Finnish students were in the fifth level.

      The PISA survey included some 300,000 students
      worldwide and was based on data collected two
      years ago. Dr. Bracha Karmarsky and Professor
      Zmira Mevarech, the head of the Education
      Department at Bar-Ilan University, were the
      head researchers who interpreted the data
      provided by the surveys taken by Israeli
      students.

      According to the two, the fifth level "comprises
      students who are able to understand long and
      complex texts. They have the ability to pick
      out numerous snippets of information in a text,
      to distinguish between the wheat and the chaff,
      to distinguish between relevant and irrelevant
      information, to understand the meaning of the
      text and to evaluate and criticize its
      contents."

      Israeli students also performed poorly in the
      other subjects included in the survey, and were
      ranked 33rd in both math and sciences, with a
      score of 433 in math, and 434 in science. The
      Israeli students' achievements in reading
      comprehension, math and science were the lowest
      among the scores from the world's developed
      countries.

      The low grades in reading skills, math and
      sciences may explain the Ministry of
      Education's decision on Monday to set up a
      panel of experts to look into the poor
      results.

      Some 4,500 students, a statistical
      representation of the entire student
      population, took part in the survey in Israel.




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