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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Needs analysis

Reflect on what we discussed today regarding the importance of doing a needs analysis in your own teaching context. Create a needs analysis that would be most appropriate for your own CLIL course. Some things that you might consider follow.

Teacher perspective:

  • Name of your class (teacher perspective)

  • Brief description of your class (teacher perspective)

  • Class objectives (teacher perspective)

  • Your expectations for your class (teacher perspective)


Student perspective (source):

  • Personal Details:

    Name:

    Nationality:

    Main Language:

    Date of Birth:

    Male/Female:

    Contact telephone number/email address:

    Professional Details:

    Current Job Title:

    Basic Duties:

    English Language:

    Number of years you've studied English:

    Rate your skills in the following (1-10, 1 being poor, and 10 being excellent)

    Reading:

    Writing:

    Listening:

    Speaking:

    Pronunciation:

    Grammar:

    Which of the following would you like to improve:

    Reading:

    Writing:

    Listening:

    Speaking:

    Pronunciation:

    Grammar:

    What is your main goal in studying English?

    Is there anything that you'd like to focus on specifically?

    Other comments:


Feel free to adapt this needs analysis as you see fit! Submit your needs analysis by responding to this post (comment section).

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