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Location : Ouled-Djellal
Registration date : 2008-09-25

PostSubject: How useful are Questionnaires and Surveys in the teaching process.   Thu May 07, 2009 3:39 pm

Questionnaires and surveys are very efficient means for formative or summative assessment. There are teachers who keep on believing that using these ways is impossible. That's quite wrong: it is simple to prepare and agreeable to implement.

- Assign an activity for every file (learned language).

- Organize your pupils, form groups with a coordinator for each group.

- Tally and record with the help of your colleagues for more credibility.Use the records to help pupuils correct gaps.

How to make a survey:

How to make a questionnaire:

Here are suggestions for questionnaires:
Level: Middle School 1.
Questionnaire One: File 1 and 2.
Questionnaire Two: File 2 and 3.
Questionnaire Three: File 3 and 4.
Questionnaire Four: File 4 and 5.

To implement a questionnaire, your pupils need instructions and support. It may take 2 or 3 weeks. Pupils should be encouraged to ask for help.
The pupils may use the information to write a short report or paragraph.
As a result, the pupils will have:

- Gathered information.
- Organized and edited this information.
- Used the edited information to write a short report.

In short, they will have used at least 50 % of the language they have just learned. The teacher can assess how competent his pupils have become.

Best of luck.
Habba Moham

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PostSubject: Baraka Allahu Fika!   Thu May 07, 2009 8:59 pm


First, happy that you’ve joined the forum again, and with greater will and endeavour.

Yes, in fact, one can’t describe something as being impossible since it’s proved to be tackled, and successfully.

Your work is very interesting. It really is!

One may have in mind, as I used to, that this kind of ‘things’ are done at higher levels and by some specialised institutions, only. What you’ve done makes one get off the routines of teaching and waiting for higher institutions to deal with such projects/reports or to ‘dictate’ what to do along with how to do- a situation where one may not realise for what he/she is doing what.

I can just say: Masha Allah and Baraka Allahu fika for everything you are doing for the well-being of our kids and our Nation!


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