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weeks10-11

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Weeks 10 and 11 and after - Learn to Create Surveys

May 20-31, 2012


Week 10 (1 class period)

Download the Week 10 handout here

 

Work pages 20-21; 23-27 in Viewpoints

  1. Pages 20-21
    1. You should have completed these pages already
    2. You should have written down an ORIGINAL idea for a survey question on p. 21 
  2. Page 23
    1. Listen to your audio CD track 8 to answer exercises 2A and 2B
    2. For exercise 2A
      1. think of a good survey topic and THREE questions to ask about that top
      2. Create and share a Google Doc called YOUR NAME, ID, SURVEY
      3. Write your topic and 3 questions in the Google Doc to get teacher feedback 
  3. Pages 25-27
    1. listen to CD track 9 and fill in the missing words on p.27
    2. Use the notes on p.24 and the text on p.27 to fill in the presentation outline on p.25 

 

By the end of your Week 10 class period, you should have completed up to here in your book, and you should have written your topic and 3 question and you should

Share your Google Doc with the title NAME, ID, SURVEY

 

Checklist of what you must complete by the end of your Week 11 class

Download the Week 11 handout here

 

Please Complete this survey about Prezi: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XLR7YQG

You will have just one class in Week 11,

  • Class D on May 27
  • Class A on May 28
  • Classes B and C on May 29

By the end of that day, your marks will be calculated and reported to the military on

(please see the assessment strategy in your syllabus)

 

Your blog in Blogger

Your blog contains reflections on your learning in this class and at your college

  • These reflections on learning count toward 15% of your final mark

 

Your score at the end of Week 11 will be an average of two components

  1. Creating your blog
    1. If you have created a blog, you have 75 points
    2. If you have posted in your blog you have earned 100 points
  2. You must have at least one post that is a reflection on your learning. If it is ...
    • 1 sentence long (45 points)
    • 2 sentences long (55 points)
    • 3 sentences long (65 points)
    • 4 sentences long (75 points)
    • 5 sentences long (85 points)
    • 6 or more sentences long (95 points)
    • If your post has a TITLE, add 5 points to any of the above

 

What you can do during class in Week 11

  • You can EDIT your post to give it a TITLE
  • You can correct your grammar
  • You can improve your post (and your mark) by writing more sentences.

 

Download the Blogger mark at Week 11 marking sheet here <== 

 

Your work in Viewpoints

Your work in Viewpoints is due on the day the teacher collects the books from all the class 

  • This work counts toward 10% of your final mark 

 

Your score at the end of Week 11 will be an average of two components

  1. Your mark on View-points pages 2-8
  2. Your work on pages 20-21; 23-27 in Viewpoints 
    You were instructed to do this work during your class in Week 10

 

What you can do during class in Week 11

  • You can complete what you didn't finish the last class period

 

 

Your work will be accepted and marked

  • IF your book is handed in by the end of the class
  • but NOT if you are seen to be copying it, or if you have lent your book for copying, it 

 

Starting on your survey

This material was in the wiki at the end of May but on July 4 a handout was made from it, click here to download

This is one of your "assessments" that count toward 25% of your final mark in this course.  

  • These "assessments" are meant to prepare you step by step for your final project in the course.
  • You were instructed to begin this work during your class period in Week 10

 

Your score at the end of Week 11 will be an average of four components

  1. Your first Prezi mark (March 20)
  2. Your Introduction Prezi mark (April 5)
  3. Your Earth Day Prezi mark (April 19)
  4. Your mark on the Google Doc you produce for exercise 2A (May 29)
    1. think of a good survey topic and THREE questions to ask about that top
    2. Create and share a Google Doc called YOUR NAME, ID, SURVEY
    3. Write your topic and 3 questions in the Google Doc to get teacher feedback 

 

What you can do during class in Week 11

  • You can complete what you didn't finish the last class period

 

What you must do, and Scoring 

  1. Create a Google Doc and shared it with your teacher (30 points) 
  2. Give your Google Doc a title with YOUR NAME, ID, Class, SURVEY (10 points)  
  3. Your Google Doc specifies a topic  (10 points)
  4. Write out in a sentence or two what you would like to LEARN in your survey  (10 points)
  5. Your Google Doc gives 3 questions that will help you find out what you want to learn (10 points per question)
  6. At least two of these questions, in your teacher's opinion, are written so that those surveyed will give you useful information (5 points each) 

 

It is important that you get a good idea of what makes good survey questions, and you develop ideas by putting them in a Google Doc for teacher feedback 

 

You can also Google "survey question types" for more ideas. 

 

When you return from your sea experience you might have more ideas for asking each other their opinions on what parts of the experience were most useful, enjoyable, difficult, boring, etc.  You can also ask opinions about aspects of life in the UAE, or how that life differs from what you are experiencing now.

 

Your teacher has tried to model some good survey techniques; for example:

 

Topic: Students' opinions about Prezi

What I would like to LEARN in this survey 

In this survey, I want to learn how the students liked using Prezi, how difficult it was for them, how useful it was, if they liked the mind-map approach, how they compare it to PowerPoint, and whether they think it is useful to other students. 

 

Here is another example of a survey topic -

Strengths and Weaknesses of Academic Composition and Communication courses

 

What I would like to LEARN in this survey

In this survey I want to find out from the students which parts of their Academic composition and communication courses are most useful to them. 

 

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