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Juniata College Language in Motion

Presenter Exit Survey



(Note: This survey is 6 pages long.)
Semester and Year: ___Fall 2013_____
Circle the response that best gives your position on each statement. If you answer N, D, or SD, please explain why and provide any suggestions for improvements in the sections at the end.
If you wish to say more about any question, please use additional paper or submit the form electronically and add comments after any question.

SA=Strongly Agree A=Agree N=Neutral D=Disagree SD=Strongly Disagree NA=Not Applicable


(IF YOU ARE SUBMITTING THE FORM ELECTRONICALLY, PLEASE DELETE THE CHOICES YOU ARE NOT PICKING, LEAVING ONLY ONE ANSWER UNDER EACH SA-A-N-D-SD QUESTION.)
Language in Motion Course and Training Workshops:


  1. Course expectations were clear.

SA A N D SD


  1. For one credit, course expectations were reasonable.

SA A N D SD


  1. The instructor was well prepared for the training sessions.

SA A N D SD


  1. Training workshops covered most material I needed to know before presenting.

SA A N D SD


  1. Training workshops were conveniently scheduled.

SA A N D SD


  1. I would have preferred more training workshops, either on additional topics and/or for more practice.

SA A N D SD


  1. I attended the following this year (BOLD or check all that apply):

    • Language in Motion- What is it? Informational Meeting

    • OK, I signed up. Now what?- Idea Development Workshop

    • Showcase and Dialogue- A Workshop with the Teachers

    • Putting a Coherent Presentation Together: Intro to Language Teaching Methodology Workshop

    • Jazz it Up: Using Art, Film, Music, and Literature (Only offered in the Fall)

    • Storytelling (Only offered in the Spring)

    • Individual conferences on your presentation

    • Observation of a K-12 classroom



  1. Conferences with the instructor were useful.

SA A N D SD


  1. The Language in Motion director and staff were accessible and helpful.

SA A N D SD
Language in Motion Presentations:


  1. Scheduling my presentations went smoothly.

SA A N D SD


  1. Any necessary transportation to and from schools was provided and reliable.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. The technology I needed for my presentations was available and worked.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. Generally, teachers were supportive of my presentations and helpful to me in the classroom.

SA A N D SD


  1. I usually had enough information ahead of time about the classes in which I would be presenting.

SA A N D SD


  1. I had opportunities to practice/use the target language with teachers via email or at the school.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. Most of the time, students were respectful and receptive to my presentations.

SA A N D SD


  1. Students were usually prepared for my presentations.

SA A N D SD


  1. Connections between my presentation topic(s) and the class curriculum were apparent.

SA A N D SD


  1. I did not learn anything valuable from the evaluation forms completed by the students listening to my presentation.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. I did not learn anything valuable from the evaluation forms completed by the host teachers.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. I received feedback about my presentation from a teacher before completing all my presentations.

YES NO
If yes, answer the following: The feedback I received from the classroom teacher(s) helped me improve my subsequent presentations.

SA A N D SD NA




  1. I received feedback about my presentation from students before completing all my presentations.

YES NO
If yes, answer the following: The feedback I received from the students helped me improve my subsequent presentations.



SA A N D SD NA
Language in Motion Opportunities


  1. Being a Language in Motion presenter increased my confidence about working with groups.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. Being a Language in Motion presenter provided me with additional opportunities to practice my native language.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. Being a Language in Motion presenter provided me with additional opportunities to practice my second language.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. Being a Language in Motion presenter helped me to improve my presentation skills.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. The following is a list of skills related to effective presentations. Please indicate your level of skill in each of the following areas NOW, after your participation in Language in Motion (you answered these same questions early in the semester).







No

Skill

Low

Skill

Some

Skill

High Skill

Very High Skill

Confidence in speaking in front of large groups: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Organizing a presentation in a clear, logical order: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Developing a presentation that is appropriate for the targeted audience: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Identifying appropriate materials to use during the presentation: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Incorporating ways to engage the audience: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Clearly presenting information: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Clearly giving directions: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Speaking loudly, clearly, and at an appropriate pace for the audience: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Using communication aides (i.e. audiovisual technology, pictures, etc.) during the presentation: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Delivering the presentation within the allotted time: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Responding to student questions: NOW

0

1

2

3

4



  1. Please indicate your level of knowledge in each of the following areas NOW, after your participation in Language in Motion. (You answered these same questions early in the semester.)







No

Knowledge

Little

Knowledge

Some

Knowledge

Much Knowledge

Very Much Knowledge

Knowledge of US culture: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Knowledge of my presented, non-US culture: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Awareness of the complexity and interdependence of world events and issues: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Understanding the diversity and commonalities in the world in terms of values, beliefs, ideas, etc.: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Ability to view the world from multiple perspectives: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Coping and resilience in unfamiliar or ambiguous situations: NOW

0

1

2

3

4

Ability to critique one’s own cultural values and biases by comparing and contrasting them with another culture: NOW

0

1

2

3

4


  1. Language in Motion provided me with the opportunity to meet and/or work with new people.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. Being a Language in Motion presenter helped me to gain more knowledge about the American education system.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. Being a Language in Motion presenter helped me to gain knowledge about American school students.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. Being a Language in Motion presenter helped me to better appreciate the value of community service.

SA A N D SD NA

General (Answer ONE of the following two questions):


  1. I would recommend the Language in Motion program to other upper-level language students or students returning from abroad.

SA A N D SD NA


  1. I would recommend the Language in Motion program to other international students.

SA A N D SD NA

Personal Involvement:

Over the course of the whole semester, in total:




  1. I spent approximately the following number of hours on training with the instructor (workshops and conferences):

0 1-3 4-6 7-9 10 or more


  1. I spent approximately the following number of hours on giving presentations (EXCLUDING travel):

0 1-3 4-6 7-9 10-12 13 or more


  1. I spent approximately the following number of hours on travel time:

0 1-3 4-6 7-9 10-12 13 or more


  1. I spent approximately the following number of hours on researching my presentation topic(s):

0 1-3 4-6 7-9 10-12 13 or more


  1. I spent approximately the following number of hours on preparing my presentation materials and class plan(s):

0 1-3 4-6 7-9 10-12 13 or more
Demographic Information:


  1. Of the following, select the one that best describes you:

  • International four-year degree student

  • International exchange student

  • Intensive English Program (IEP) student

  • Study abroad returnee

  • Preparing to study abroad (Please indicate your year of study…1st, 2nd…) _______

  • Heritage speaker (someone who grew up in the US speaking a language other than English as the first language)




  1. Place of permanent residence:



  1. Native language:



  1. Second language:



  1. Have you presented LiM before this semester? How many semesters: _____Credit? _____Volunteer?



  1. This semester I am a (check one): _____Credit student ­­_____Volunteer



  1. _____Number of presentations this semester ______Number of presentations total (if you know)



  1. POE or major area of study, here or at your home university:


  1. Are you currently enrolled in a teacher preparation program (in the US or another country)?

Yes No


COMMENTS

(Please use additional space if needed):
Explanations of any of your answers above:
Praise for Language in Motion:

Suggestions for changes and improvements:
Messages to or suggestions for future Juniata presenters:
Messages to or suggestions for host teachers:
Other comments:

THANK YOU—FOR YOUR VALUABLE PRESENTATIONS AND FOR YOUR RESPONSES TO THIS SURVEY

Stay in touch! We’ll miss you.



Language in Motion Exit Survey

Revised August 2012




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