Survey on Applied Learning Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking Students
Thank you for your participation in this questionnaire survey. The survey is commissioned by the Oxfam Hong Kong and conducted by Policy 21 Ltd. This is an opinion survey on the subject Applied Learning Chinese newly implemented from academic year 2014/15 for non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students. Results of the study will help Oxfam Hong Kong in advocacy of NCS language policy.
The questionnaire survey will take you about 15 minutes. Please note that your participation is entirely voluntary. All information obtained will be treated strictly confidential and used for research purposes only. Only aggregate data will be reported and no personal information will be released in any report or publication.
Name of SECONDARY SCHOOL studied *
Your answer
Part 1: Chinese learning support in primary and secondary schools
1. What types of Chinese language learning support did your secondary school provide to NCS students? *
2. What types of learning support did your secondary schools provide to NCS students in subjects other than Chinese (such as Mathematics, liberal studies, etc.)? *
3. How do you rate the Chinese learning support you gained in your learning stages? *
Very insufficient
Quite insufficient
Quite sufficient
Very sufficient
Not applicable/ I did not study in local school at the stage
4. How do you rate your Chinese proficiency? *
Very Poor
a) Listening
b) Speaking
c) Reading
d) Writing
e) overall
5. Do you think you acquire adequate Chinese proficiency in pursuing your post-secondary education and career in Hong Kong? *
Very inadequate
Very adequate
Not applicable
Post-secondary education
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