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Questionnaire for teachers to help Auxiliares de Conversacion get to know them.

Questionnaire for teachers to help Auxiliares de Conversacion get to know them.

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  • 1. Getting to know your co-workers! This questionnaire has been designed to facilitate the integration of Auxiliares de Conversación in bilingual schools. The more your Auxiliar knows about you the easier it will be for both of you to work and coordinate classroom activities together. Teacher’s name: Number of classes: At school do you go by any nickname? NO YES: What classes do you teach? How would you qualify your lesson planning and general class organization? ______ I often change my lesson plan according to the circumstances of any given day. ______ I have a set plan and usually follow it, but making last minute changes does not bother me. ______ I am very organized and strictly follow my lesson plans. I do not like unexpected changes. ______ Other (explain): What is your experience with English? Have you spent time abroad to perfect your language skills? Where? How long? How fluent are you in English? (circle one) Beginner/Basic Intermediate/Conversational Advanced/Fluent Are you currently enrolled in language classes or are you planning to enroll? NO YES -- Level: Have you worked in a Bilingual school before? NO YES – How many years? __________ Have you ever been a Bilingual Coordinator? Y / N Viola Wilbanks September 2010
  • 2. How would you define the Auxiliar de Conversación’s position in the school/classroom? Have you worked with an Auxiliar de Conversación before? NO YES – Where was s/he from? (IN CASE NO) List five ways that you intend to include the Auxiliar in your classes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. (IN CASE YES) List five of the ways that you successfully included your previous Auxiliar in your classes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. (IN CASE YES) Was your previous experience with an Auxiliar positive or negative? Why? Viola Wilbanks September 2010