NEEDS ANALYSIS QUESTIONNAIRE

PROJECT : BIMELEG, Greek, why not? Bilingual Method for Learning Greek
1st PARTNERS’ MEETING, ATHENS, 12-13 November 2010
Name of the organization you represent: _____________________________________

1. Please complete the following tables according to the type of educational organization
you represent.
Α. University
Years of
studies

Hours of language
courses
/week
/ year

Level of first year
students
(Beginner,
intermediate…)

Certificates,
degrees

Post-graduate
studies

Average number of
students
/ year
/ class

Β. Life Long Training Institution
Hours of language courses
/week
/ year

Level of first year
students

Levels of GFL
(Beginner,
intermediate…)

Average number of
students

/ year
/ class

Γ. Other Educational Institution
Years of
studies

Hours of language courses
/week
/ year

Level of first year
students

1

Certificates,
degrees

Average number of
students

/ year
/ class

Needs and priorities of your students. Why are your students learning Greek? Academic reasons Employment Other reasons 3.2. 2 .

6. Methods of Greek as a foreign language that you have already used. Evaluate the above mentioned methods according to the following: Methodology Vocabulary 3 . What levels of Greek learning acquire your students? Big percentage of students Medium percentage Small percentage Α1 Α2 Β1 Β2 Γ1 Γ2 Other 5.4.

Morphology Phonology Communicative goals 7. The material of your curriculum for the A1 – A2 levels. 4 .

g. 5 . Have you noticed any particular learning difficulties between Language 1 and Greek concerning phonology and morphology? Please note some examples. library) 10.8. Do you follow to the letter the method that you have chosen or do you add material according to the needs of your students? What kind of material? 9. dictionaries. interactive boards. What teaching resources do you have at your disposal? (e. cd/dvd player. internet.

13. at what level of studies does this most often occurs? State some probable causes. Do you follow the “traditional” or the communicative method for teaching grammar? 12. How do you evaluate the acquirement of knowledge? 14. Have you noted any fossilized errors in the intermediate and advanced level of Greek language learning? Please note some examples. Does a percentage of your students give up Greek language learning? If so.11. 6 .

in your opinion.15. Which strategies for arousing and maintaining interest for Greek language learning have you already used? 17. which are. would intercultural references enrich the teaching experience? Could you suggest some appropriate subjects? 16. the most important problems and deficiencies of Greek language teaching today? 7 . In conclusion. At your opinion.

18. What new ideas and strategies for Greek as a Foreign Language teaching would you suggest? 8 .