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    Questionnaire - warm-ups in teaching English grammar

    Hi,
    I'm studying English and I'm writing my diploma work on "warm ups in teaching English grammar" in order to get sth similar to bachelor's degree.
    I have to make some surveys, one of which is a questionnaire with the teachers, concerning the usage of warm-ups while teaching

    Would you be so kind and fill it in for me? I'd really appreciate that.
    http://www.ankietka.pl/ankieta/55680...h-grammar.html



    It's a polish website, so please press "wyślij" at the end, which means "send"

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    Re: Questionnaire - warm-ups in teaching English grammar

    How are you going to collate the data from such open questions?

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    Re: Questionnaire - warm-ups in teaching English grammar

    Well, it's rather an interview, not questionnaire, and it's not the only survey that i'm doing - my adviser accepted it
    I'm going to describe it and, hopefully, compare Polish and foreign teachers and their attitude towards warm-ups




    Right now I have only 5 fulfilled questionnaires
    I'm still waiting for more, I would be grateful if you could write it for me

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    Re: Questionnaire - warm-ups in teaching English grammar

    up,up

    it's not long, please, Can you fulfil it?

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    Re: Questionnaire - warm-ups in teaching English grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by niut View Post
    it's not long, please, Can you fulfil it?
    It is not actually all that easy to answer. I did answer it for you, but by the time I got halfway through, I began to regret my decision to help out. I get very frustrated by 'yes/no' questionnaires that deprive me of my chance to voice a middle opinion, but many of us don't have the time or inclination to deal with your open-ended type of questionnaire. This is not a criticism - just a suggestion as to why you might not have received many answers.

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    Re: Questionnaire - warm-ups in teaching English grammar

    I agree. Scanning the questions put me off completely. I seem to have lost my concentration-span somewhere... Sorry.

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    Re: Questionnaire - warm-ups in teaching English grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude View Post
    I agree. Scanning the questions put me off completely. I seem to have lost my concentration-span somewhere... Sorry.
    At least you and I have the excuse that, as retired people, we can blame the loss of concentration on incipient senility.

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