This text presents a comprehensive but practical overview of how to develop and implement effective survey projects.
This book presents a comprehensive but practical overview of the different phases and activities involved in the development and implementation of effective survey projects by language teaching professionals. It is accessible to graduate students, language teachers, administrators, and researchers. The theoretical and practical issues involved in survey design are defined and discussed. Each chapter includes a list of key terms, a set of review questions, and a collection of exercises for practical application. Language teaching professionals will find all the crucial information needed to survey students and teachers about their beliefs and practices.
Enables students and other professionals to design and implement survey projects in language programs. Presents theoretical and practical material in a step-by-step recipe-book manner.
Chapters include key terms, review questions, and application exercises.
This volume describes differing approaches to understanding academic reading ability that have emerged in recent decades and goes on to develop an empirically-grounded framework for validating tests of this skill.
Authors: Cyril J. Weir, Sathena Chan, Lynda Taylor, Nick Saville