The countdown to the Maturity 2021 has now begun, which, like last year, will be without the traditional written tests. But the Minister of Education Patrizio Bianchi he just doesn’t want to hear about a “reduced maturity”. During a live broadcast with Skuola.net, Bianchi explained what the state exam will be like this year, starting on June 16 next. “It is not at all a reduced maturity, but a maturity exam with a written test which is the elaborate and not the traditional written test, when it may happen that you are also faced with a topic that you do not know”, explained the minister speaking of ‘elaborated as of “a beautiful form of examination”.
“I have talked to many guys and what moved me the most is to see the beauty of the issues that everyone is facing and also the extraordinary seriousness with which our boys and girls are facing this test,” the minister told Skuola. net. Then there will be discussion with the oral exam “In which you must also demonstrate that you are able, starting from an argument, to see all the connections”, says Bianchi. “It is an exam with its own identity, which starts from the year we lived, it examines the entire path of the students”, he said again.
What they would have been the traces of the written tests this year in case of a “classical” high school diploma? Minister Bianchi answered this question by talking about a topic that fascinates him a lot: “I would have given the first 3 articles of the Constitution as the theme and I would ask the kids to develop a theme on either one of the three articles or all of them. What does a ‘Republic founded on work’ mean, one that recognizes and protects rights but only together with the duty of solidarity, what does equality mean? I would have given some thoughts on the Constitution ”.
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