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General English Mid course feedback form

How much time in class would you like to spend on the following things? Mark
each one with much more, more, the same (as now), less, much less or none,
but please note that if there are things you want to spend more time on, there will need
to be other things that we spend less time on (if there are other things you would like more or
less of, please write them in the empty boxes at the bottom of the table):

Activity in class

Much more/ more/


the same/ less/ much
less/ none

Pronunciation practice individual sounds (l and r etc.)


Pronunciation practice linked speech (how words change when they
are spoken together and at normal speed)
Learning the phonemic script
Reading
Listening to CDs
Whole class speaking activities
Talking about current affairs (the news etc)
English for travelling (what to say in hotels etc)
Written grammar exercises
Being corrected by the teacher
Practising correcting your own mistakes
Studying vocabulary
Controlled speaking practice (speaking using one particular type of
grammar or vocabulary)
Discussion questions
Test practice for the assessments and final test

Which of the following things would you like more or less of for homework?
Activity in class
Writing letters and emails
Writing diary entries
Writing stories
Writing essays
Having your grammar exercises etc taken in and marked by your
teacher
Checking your own answers with the answer key and then asking your
teacher questions
Workbook exercises

Much more/ more/


the same/ less/ much
less/ none

Other photocopied grammar worksheets


Other photocopied vocabulary worksheets
Texts to read for pleasure
Texts to read with comprehension questions and vocabulary activities
Preparation for speaking tasks in the next lesson

What are your priorities? Mark the things below with very high, high, medium,
low, very low or zero, remembering to balance the highs and the lows as not
everything can be a priority!
Skill or type of language
Listening- understanding radio, TV, movies etc.
Listening understanding native speaker conversations
Listening- understanding other non-native speakers from other
countries
Listening- understanding the differences between similar sounding
words and phrases
Listening- understanding English language lecturers and conference
presentations
Listening- recognizing words that you already know but dont know
how to pronounce
Speaking improving your accuracy (making less mistakes)
Speaking improving your fluency (speaking faster and with fewer
pauses)
Speaking and listening- telephoning
Speaking- being polite
Speaking making your accent easier to understand
Speaking- sounding more like a native speaker
Speaking- functional language for living and travelling in foreign
countries, e.g.
Reading- reading quickly for general understanding without worrying
about vocabulary you dont know
Reading reading more carefully for exact meaning
Writing- writing with fewer grammatical errors
Writing creative writing
Writing- punctuation and spelling
Writing using more complex grammar and vocabulary

Very high/ high/


medium/ low/ very
low/ zero