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Mini project complete

  1. 1. 1 AE501 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 3 MINI PROJECT : NAME : Nor Hazwani Fasihah Binti Mohammad Nazri 10DAT11F2046 Nur Dalila Binti Mohd Zamri 10DAT11F2016 Norfarah Aqilah Binti Mohamad Saleh 10DAT11F2017 Sharifah Nur Afiza Binti Syed Ahmad Mustafah 10DAT11F2013 PROGRAMME : DAT 5A LECTURER : PN. SHYAMALA Restricted for Invigilator only
  2. 2. 2 INTRODUCTION : The report has been written as a requirement to complete a mini project survey for course Communication English 3 (AE501). This report was requested by Mrs. Shyamala, English lecturer of Communicative English 3 (AE501). The title of this survey is to find out how many PSP students who agree with our suggestion about facilities provided at each department of Polytecnic Seberang Perai. The objectives of this mini project are to survey the opinion among the students of Polytecnic Seberang Perai and to recommendations to overcome the problem. The collections of date were gathered 11 February 2014. The methodology used to collect the data was through a questionnaire survey from the date 21 January 2014 until 23 January 2014. The questionnaires were distributed to a total of students, consisting of 16 Commerce Department students, 14 Information and Communication Technology Department students, 15 Electrical Engineering and 15 Mechanical Engineering students.
  3. 3. 3 OBJECTIVES : a) To determine whether the students are satisfied with the condition of classroom. b) To investigate whether the students feel comfortable and concentrated with their learning in the classroom. c) To find out new suggestions for the improvements of classroom at Seberang Perai Polytechnic for each departments.
  4. 4. 4 Gender: Based on the pie chart below, it can be seen that 53% of respondent are comprised of female, while 47% of respondent are male. All the respondents are from semester 1 to semester 6 and above from all four department in PSP. Over a half of the pie chart was female and less than a half was male. 47%53% Respondents Gender Male Female
  5. 5. 5 Age: The number of respondent’s in between 21 – 23 years old was slightly higher than the number of respondent’s in between 18 – 20 years old. It can be seen that 28 respondents are in between 18 – 20 years old and 30 respondents are in between 21 – 23 years old. Meanwhile, the number of respondents who are 24 years and above was dramatically lower than the others. It can be seen that only 2 respondents who are 24 years and above. The majority respondents are in between 21 – 23 years old. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 18 - 20 21 - 23 24 above NumberofStudents Age Respondents Age 18 - 20 21 - 23 24 above
  6. 6. 6 1. What do you think of the size of the classes provided in PSP ? The pie chart above show the size of classes provided in PSP. It can be seen that 72% of the respondents agree that PSP has provide the standard size of classes, 22% respondents agree with the small size of classes, and 6% respondents agree with large size of classes as their answer. The majority of the respondents agree that PSP provided the standard size of classes. Standard size of classes selected nearly three-quarter from the pie chart. More than one-fifth of pie referred to small size of classes and below one – tenth of pie goes to large size of classes. 22% 72% 6% Size of Classes Small Standard Large
  7. 7. 7 2. Are the classroom, equipted with enough chairs and tables for the students ? The bar chart shows the classroom equipted with enough chairs and tables in each classroom for each department. The selected answer are “yes” which mean agree and “no” mean disagree. Majority of selected answer from all department is “yes”. The respondents come from four department in PSP. There are 10 respondents that choice “yes” from Commerce Department which is higher number of respondents who agree. In Mechanical Department, the number of respondents who agree and disagree is 7 which is definitely same. There are 8 number of respondents who agree and 7 number of respondents disagree about the equipted with enough chairs and tables in the classroom from Technology and Electrical Department. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 COMMERCE MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY ELECTRICAL Numberofrespondents Department Classroom equipted with enough chairs & tables YES NO
  8. 8. 8 3. What is your opinion to solve this matter ? (related to question 2) OPINION FROM RESPONDENTS The bar chart shows the opinion to solve the problem in question 2, so this bar chart is related and as a conclusion for question 2. The higher number of respondents choose is to built more building for classroom which is 7 respondents in Department Electrical. There are 6 respondents from Commerce Department, 4 respondents from Mechanical Department and Technology, and 3 respondents in Electrical Department who agree to add more tables and chairs as a conclusion for question 2. There are 5 respondents from Commerce Department, 2 respondents from Mechanical Department and Technology, and only 1 respondent from Electrical Department agree to add more classroom. Meanwhile, no respondents from Commerce Department, 3 respondents from Mechanical Department, 1 respondents from Technology Department and 7 respondents from Electrical Department agree to built more building. Lastly, 5 respondents from Commerce Department and Mechanical Department, 7 respondents from 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Numberofrespondents Department SKIP BUILT MORE BUILDING FOR CLASSROOM ADD MORE CLASSROOM ADD MORE TABLES & CHAIRS
  9. 9. 9 Technology Department, and 4 respondents from Electrical Department just skip this question because agree that are enough equipted for question 2.
  10. 10. 10 4. What do you think of the projected LCD provided in the classroom ? Based on pie chart above, it can be seen the different responds about projected provided in classroom at PSP from respondents feedback. There are 57% respondents thinks the projected provided in classroom was unavailable. Another 43% respondents thinks the projected provided in their classroom was available. The result shows that the majority of the respondents think projected in classroom was unavailable is relative large than the respondents who thinks the projected was available. 43% 57% Responds about projected in classroom Available Unavailable
  11. 11. 11 5. Common problem that might arise when the projected are not functioning ? Based on the pie chart above, it can be seen that 47% of the respondents observe the problem when the projected are not functioning are waste time and interruption P&P lesson. Whereas 6% of the respondents observe there are other problem that they have to face when the projected are not functioning. The percentage of problem students have to face when projected not functioning for waste time and interruption P&P lesson is similar which is both percentage nearly a half of the pie chart. In the other hand, the percentage of the respondents that choose others is greatly lower compare to the other two groups. 47%47% 6% Problem when the projected are not functioning Waste of time Interuption P&P lesson Others
  12. 12. 12 6. What do you think should be done to improve this matter ? (regarding question 5) Based on the pie chart above, it can be seen that 68% of respondents agree that the ways to improve the projected service is to always updated and service. 28% of the respondents agree that provided more projected is the best ways to improve this matter, whereas 4% of the respondents have another idea to improve this matter. This shows the number of respondents who agree to always update and service the projected is more than half than the respondents who agree to provided more projected which is less than a half. The percentage of respondents that thinking the other ways to improve this projected problem is drastically lower than the rest of the answers. 68% 28% 4% Ways to improve this matter Always updated and service Provided more projected Others
  13. 13. 13 7. What do you think of the flip chairs provided in your classroom ? Based on the bar chart above, it shows the respondents opinion about the flip chairs provided in the classroom. The higher level of comfortable while using a flip chairs is 10 respondents which is from Mechanical Department, whereas the higher level of uncomfortable while using a flip chairs is 13 respondents which is from Commerce Department. There are 3 respondents from Commerce Department, 10 respondent from Mechanical Department, 6 respondent from Technology Department, and 3 respondents from Electrical Department feel comfortable when using a flip chairs. In the other hand, 13 respondents from Commerce Department, 4 respondents from Mechanical Department, 9 respondents from Technology Department, and 12 respondents from Electrical Department feel uncomfortable when using a flip chairs. Otherwise, the number of respondents feel uncomfortable about using a flip chairs is 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 COMMERCE MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY ELECTRICAL Number of respondents Department Respondents opinion about the flip chairs in the classroom Uncomfortable Comfortable
  14. 14. 14 considerably higher than the number of respondents feel comfortable while using a flip chairs. The conclusion is a flip chairs is not suitable to be use in the classroom for lesson cause it’s will make students feel uncomfortable when in classes.
  15. 15. 15 CONCLUSION : From the survey it was found out that there were respond of the student Seberang Perai Polytechnic as a platform to survey about the facilities provided at each department in PSP. Furthermore, respondents admitted that the facilities provided at Seberang Perai Polytechnic is not satisfied at each department. The result of the survey showed that 72% of students from all department thinks that the size of classes is standard, whereas only 6 % from student of PSP thinks that the size of classes is large. From the survey, it was found that about 10 student from Commerce Department agreed that classroom equipted have enough chairs and tables for the students. Meanwhile, there are 57% respondents thinks the projected provided in classroom was unavailable. At the same time, that an outstandingly high percentage respondents agreed that facilities at PSP is not enough and must make some improvement or always update some service that provided in Seberang Perai Polytechnic.
  16. 16. 16 RECOMMODATION : Based on the survey facilities provided at each department in Seberang Perai Polytechnic as a platform to make all the students comfortable while though their P&P lesson in classes. There are some suggestions or recommendations to improve the facilities in PSP. Firstly, to make all students comfortable in classes, size of classes is the main point as a solution. But from our survey, there are many students agreed that the size of classes is in standard size. So, we assume there are no changes or suggestion will be taked. Secondly, Seberang Perai Polytechnic need to make sure that equited in classes with enough chairs and tables for the student. From our survey there are many student from Mechanical Department, Technology Department and Electrical Department disagree about this matter. It’s maybe because their department not had enough space to make sure the equipted enough for students. So, our suggestion from this survey Seberang Perai Polytechnic should add more classrooms or built more building for classroom to make sure the facilities of equipted. Lastly, there are some problems from LCD that provided in Seberang Perai Polytechnic. Based on our survey, more than a half respondents agree that problem might arise when projected are not functioning such as waste time and interruption in P&P lesson. From our suggestion, Seberang Perai Polytechnic must always updated and service the projected at less once a year to make sure that the projected functioning well. On the other hand, we also suggest that PSP have to provided more projected as a backup if anything go be happen which mean if any projected are not functioning well.

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