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Final Survey for Students

Final Survey for Students

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EFL Survey for Students.
EFL Survey for Students.

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Published by: whistleblower on Sep 09, 2011
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Martin Sketchley © 20111 
Survey for English Language Students
Please complete this survey if you are currently studying in 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
How many years have you been studying English? (Tick ONE)
Less than 1 year1 to 5 years5 to 10 years10 to 15 years15 years plus
What is the highest English examination you have taken? (Tick ONE)
Preliminary English TestFirst Certificate in EnglishCertificate in AdvancedEnglishCertificate of Proficiency inEnglishOther (please specify)3.
Why are you studying English?
How would you describe the responsibility of an English language teacher whilst inclass?
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Section 2: Current Class & Learning Techniques
How many hours of classes do you have per week?6.
What other classes have you studied before? (Tick ONE)
ConversationBusiness EnglishReading & WritingExam PreparationOther (please specify)
Which of the following lessons would you consider enjoyable without materials?
GrammarVocabularyPronunciationDiscourseReadingWritingSpeakingListeningOther (please specify)
Have you ever been in a lesson where the teacher has not used any material, hand-outs or worksheets? (Tick ONE)
Yes No 
Why do you like lessons without coursebooks, materials or handouts?
It allows me to speak freely in classI enjoy the unpredictability of a lesson without any materials or coursebooksIt offers variety or surprise during the lessonThe lesson is more personal between the teacher and other studentsMaterials and coursebooks are not the same as real languageOther (please specify)
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How would/do you feel studying English without material, hand-outs or worksheets?11.
How often do you study in class with a coursebook? (Tick ONE)
NeverOnce a weekTwice a weekThree times a weekFour times a weekAlwaysOther (please specify)
Do you find the use of a coursebook useful in class?
Yes No
How often do you learn speaking skills in class? (Tick ONE)
NeverOnce a weekTwice a weekThree times a weekFour times a weekAlwaysOther (please specify)
What do you think about spoken errors that occur when you communicate in English?
Do you believe that it is important for the teacher to participate in classroom talk?
Yes No

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