Student Course Evaluation--Spanish and French - (copy) - (copy) - (copy)

Answer some multiple choice questions to help up continue to improve our language teaching.

Name (optional): 


  1. Who is your language teacher?
    Bustos
    Jones
    Moore
    Plascencia


  1. Which level of language are you studying?
    1st year
    2nd year
    3rd year
    4th year


  1. The teacher came to class well prepared.
    Hardly ever
    Occasionally
    Frequently
    Almost always


  1. The teacher had a positive attitude toward students.
    Hardly ever
    Occasionally
    Frequently
    Almost always


  1. The class activities helped me to learn the material.
    Hardly ever
    Occasionally
    Frequently
    Almost always


  1. The teacher's grading and expectations are clear.
    Hardly ever
    Occasionally
    Frequently
    Almost always


  1. The teacher had high expectations for me as a student.
    Hardly ever
    Occasionally
    Frequently
    Almost always


  1. The teacher spoke the target language (Spanish or French) during the class period. . .
    Hardly ever
    Occasionally
    Frequently
    Almost always


  1. I would recommend this course to my friends and siblings.
    No
    Maybe
    Yes


  1. How much do you feel you learned in this course during the past semester?
    Not much
    An average amount.
    An above average amount.
    A lot!


  1. I feel prepared to move on to the next level.
    No
    Somewhat
    Mostly
    Yes


  1. My teacher was available to help me outside of class.
    Hardly ever
    Generally
    Frequently
    Always


  1. What grade do you expect to earn at the end of the semester?
    A
    B
    C
    D
    F


  1. What is your over all opinion of this course?
    Poor
    Average
    Good
    Superior


  1. What is your over all opinion of this instructor?
    Poor
    Average
    Good
    Superior


  1. Rank the following activities from best to worst--considering how much you learned from them. Be objective!
        1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
    Singing songs  
    Listening to stories.  
    Acting out stories.  
    Writing stories, and other composition type writing.  
    Doing written activities (for grammar/vocab).  
    Reading cultural selections, magazine articles.  
    Learning vocabulary with gestures.  
    Oral Presentations  
    Partner and group oral practice.  
    Working on the computer.  
    Answering questions in the target language.  
    Cultural videos.  
    Games  
    Drawing Vocabulary and stories  


  1. What did you like best about this teacher's teaching?


  1. What could this teacher do to improve your learning?


  1. What did you like best about your language class?


  1. How could this course be improved?





Spanish and French Instructor
Desert Hot Springs H.S.
Desert Hot Springs, CA