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2011 Winter English Exam part B

Kislev 5772

December 2011

 

LICENSING EXAMINATION – TOUR GUIDE COURSE

Part B – Total of 70 Points

Time allotment for this section of the examination: two and a half hours.

Choose one of the following three groups and plan a tour for it.

 

Group No. 1

Anthropology students from abroad are interested in religions in the Galilee in the modern era (contemporary). The tour embarks from Nazareth on Monday at 08:00 AM and ends in Safed (Tsfat) on Tuesday at 19:00 PM.

Please note:

  1. You must stay within the borders (geographic parameters) delineated on the map.
  2. The program must include two religious sites in Nazareth (no more and no less) and two religious sites in Safed (no more and no less).
  3. The guiding point must be connected to the subject.
  4. When planning the itinerary, you must present at least 4 different religions and relate to other sites in addition to those in Nazareth and Safed.

 

Group No. 2

A group is touring in Crusader and Mameluke sites in the coastal plain, Jerusalem and its environs, with an emphasis on history, archaeology and architecture. The tour embarks from Herzliya on Monday at 08:00 AM and finishes in Jerusalem on Tuesday at 19:00 PM.

Please note:

  1. You must stay within the borders (geographic parameters) delineated on the map.
  2. The itinerary must include a complete day in the Coastal Plain and Jerusalem’s environs (no more and no less) and another complete day in Jerusalem proper.
  3. The itinerary must include at least two Mameluke sites (they can be adjacent to each other or far apart, but must be within the defined areas on the map).
  4. Do not include the Stations of the Cross (Via Dolorosa) on the itinerary
  5. The Guiding point must be connected to the subject

 

Group No. 3

You must prepare an itinerary for a “Birthright” group on the subject of settlement of the South throughout the ages. The tour embarks from Ashdod on Monday at 08:00 AM and finishes at Yeruham on Tuesday at 19:00 PM.

Please note:

  1. You must stay within the borders (geographic parameters) delineated on the map.
  2. The program must present at least four periods, including Zionist settlement.
  3. The first day must be – geographically – between Ashdod and Beersheva and the second day must take place south of Beersheva.
  4. The Guiding point must be connected to the subject.

GOOD LUCK!