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In the Integrated Comprehensive School (IGS), children from different backgrounds, talent and inclination sing together. This makes it possible to learn together beyond primary school beyond the 9th and 10th grades respectively. A transfer takes place for the first time from class level 9 to class 10. At the IGS, students can reach any of the following school leaving certificates. vocational qualification (secondary school leaving certificate) according to class 9 qualified secondary education I (secondary school leaving certificate) after class 10 the school part of the university entrance qualification or general university entrance qualification. Choosing the right school leaving certificate is not too early. The integrated comprehensive schools in Rhineland-Palatinate, which have now been expanded nationwide, are predominantly four-speed schools in grades 5 10 with a high school (MSS)
Conditions Successful attendance at primary school Regulated selection procedure (lottery weighted by performance group) if the number of applications exceeds that of possible recordings
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In grades 5 and 6, smaller learning groups are usually formed in the subjects German, English or mathematics for individual support in some lessons, or some lessons are doubled with two teachers. Lessons at the Integrated Comprehensive School 1. Mandatory area: Religion / Ethics German English Mathematics Social teaching Natural Sciences: Biology, Physics, Chemistry Music, Visual Arts Sport Class Council 2. Compulsory elective: Cross-curricular elective subjects from the subject areas: Communication and Media, Arts, Mathematics-Informatics-Natural Sciences (STEM), Economics, Social Affairs, Sports and Health, Language (2nd Foreign Language French or Latin) 3. Election-free area: 3. Foreign language other elective sioffes, e.B. choir/orchestra, sports, working groups Remedial From grade 6 onwards, pupils take a compulsory elective subject or the combination of two compulsory elective subjects, according to their inclination and individual strengths, in the field of compulsory electives, and this subject or these subjects are usually retained until the end of the school leaving certificate in secondary education. The different levels of performance (skills, performance and willingness) of the students are taken into account by a performance differentiation at at least two requirements levels in individual subjects (English, mathematics, German and later chemistry, physics and biology). However, this does not yet make a final decision on the school leaving certificate. In the subjects of social teaching, music, visual arts and sport, religion or ethics, the students will continue to be taught together in the class association. The upper secondary schools of the comprehensive schools are partly organized as "profile upper levels". They set priorities in other ways and in particular also support the new students who have been admitted in year 11. All integrated comprehensive schools offer lessons in the newly incipient foreign language in French, Latin or Spanish for pupils without a second foreign language from year 11 onwards.
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