Research Survey

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  1. What grade level do you teach?
    9
    10
    11
    12
    more than one grade level


  1. What skills do you assume your students possess when they come to your class regarding analytic reading of news, magazines or journal articles?


  1. What skills do you assume your students possess when they come to your class regarding analytic/research writing about information from above types of articles? (news, magazines, journals)


  1. List the essential reading skills you teach at your grade level in the research process to enable students to write the research paper assigned.


  1. List the essential writing skills you teach at your grade level in the research process to enable students to write the research paper assigned.


  1. How does your grade level research grading rubric reflect/assess these reading and writing skills?


  1. Is the documented research paper (required at this time) the BEST WAY to assess essential skills taught at your grade level?
    Yes
    No


  1. Why or Why not to question #7


  1. How much time IN CLASS (days) do you spend on the research process/paper?


  1. How much time prep time/evenings weekends (approx. hours) do you spend on the research process/paper?


  1. How many questions involving research reading and/or research writing do you think appear on State tests your students take at this grade level?
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9


  1. For grades 10, 11, 12
    Do your students come to the research process showing an understanding of mastery of skills taught in the previous grade?
    Yes
    No


  1. How do the essential skills you teach DURING RESEARCH reinforce prior year's skills?


  1. How do the essential skills you teach DURING RESEARCH build on prior year's skills?


  1. All: What changes - if any - would you like to see in the research process/paper?


  1. Other comments?