Title ENGLISH THE SAINT JAMES WAY
Project Number 2009-1-ES1-LEO05-10338
Product ENGLISH THE SAINT JAMES WAY: ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRES
Title ENGLISH THE SAINT JAMES WAY: ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRES
Product Type evaluation methods
Marketing Text We were able to get feedback from different sources throughout the project via online questionnaires.
1. Questionnaire to potential beneficiaries and users as part of WP2 to find out needs and interest. There are different versions for Holland, France, Spain, and Italy. Accessible via the Webpage
2. Online questionnaire for the students participating in the pilot test. Different translations for Holland, France, Spain and Italy. In Google Docs. We sent the link directly to the students and got the results automatically.
See the attached documents for the specific questions included in each questionnaire. The results of the first questionnaire are included in the European report. The results of the second questionnaire are included in the Pilot Test reports.
Target group Beneficiaries: professionals in the rural tourist accomodation sector
The questionnaires provide the needed feedback to proceed to a successful completion of the objectives.
Basically we learned that the potential beneficiaries of the course had a very limited level of English, that they were willing to improve it, and would be able to do so at their place of work online, either with a PC, tablet or phone. It was generally felt that their service would improve if their level of communication in English improved.
The learner in the pilot test generally felt that the course had helped them and that they were able to learn from it. It was not adequate for the total beginners, who had given it a try even knowing that the initial level was A2 on the CEF. There were some recommendations for improvements to the sound quality.
We did the final product opinion testing in Euskera language as well, but we could not add it to the languages because is not available in the list.
Area of application English language teaching, rural development