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Final Survey for English Language Teachers

Final Survey for English Language Teachers

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EFL Survey for teachers.
EFL Survey for teachers.

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Published by: whistleblower on Sep 09, 2011
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Survey on Methods & Approaches to Teaching EFL
Please complete this survey if you are currently teaching a General English Pre-Intermediate (or above) class. The completion of this survey is entirely voluntary and anyinformation provided will remain anonymous.
Section 1: About Yourself
NAME: EMAIL:AGE: SCHOOL:1.
 
How many years have you been teaching EFL? (Tick ONE)
Less than 1 year1 to 5 years5 to 10 years10 to 15 years15 years plus
2.
 
What highest teaching related qualification do you currently possess? (Tick ONE)
CertificateDiplomaBachelor
sMaster
sDoctorateOther (please specify)
3.
 
Have you experience teaching English in a foreign country? (Tick ONE)
Yes No
4.
 
How would you describe your work as an English language teacher? (Tick ONE)
I teach English full-time I teach English part-time
5.
 
How would you describe the role of an English language teacher whilst in class?
 
 
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Section 2: Current Class & Teaching Techniques
6.
 
How many classes do you teach per week?7.
 
What other classes have you taught before?
Young LearnersBusiness EnglishEnglish for Specific PurposesEnglish for Academic PurposesExam PreparationOther (please specify)
8.
 
Which of the following lessons would you consider teaching without materials?
GrammarVocabularyPronunciationDiscourseSpeakingListeningReadingWritingOther (please specify)
9.
 
Do you ever teach a lesson without any material, hand-outs or worksheets? (Tick ONE)
Yes No 
10.
 
Which of the following reasons reflects why you sometimes do not use materials or acoursebook?
It happens spontaneously in classI do this to generate interest in the lessonI do this mainly to encourage students to speakTo add variety or surprise for students during the lessonStudents could lead the lesson in an interesting wayOther (please specify)
 
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11.
 
How would/do you feel teaching without material, hand-outs or worksheets?12.
 
How often do you use a coursebook during a class? (Tick ONE)
NeverOnce a weekTwice a weekThree times a weekFour times a weekAlwaysOther (please specify)
13.
 
Do you find the use of a coursebook restrictive in class?
Yes No
14.
 
Describe how you would teach students a lesson without the aid of a coursebook,hand-outs or materials.15.
 
How would you encourage a classroom environment conducive for student speaking?
 
16.
 
How often do you teach speaking skills in class? (Tick ONE)
NeverOnce a weekTwice a weekThree times a weekFour times a weekAlwaysOther (please specify)

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