LATN102: Student survey
Please answer the following questions in order to help Professor Silverblank gain a fuller understanding of you as an individual learner and person!
Email address *
What name would you like your professor and classmates to call you? Please share any pointers about pronunciation if you find that professors often pronounce your name incorrectly & want to help ensure your name is pronounced correctly in this class from the get-go! *
Your answer
What pronouns should your professor and classmates use to refer to you? (Optional)
Your answer
What is your home campus and class year? *
Your answer
What is your major, if you've declared? If not, what majors are you considering? (Please also provide any relevant information about minors.)
Your answer
Do you plan to continue studying Latin after this semester? *
Your answer
What Latin classes have you taken so far in college, if any? (Please list all classes you've taken.) *
Your answer
For how many years have you been studying Latin? *
Your answer
Have you taken any other Classics courses in college or in high school? If so, what classes have you taken? *
Your answer
Tell me about your previous experience with languages. Have you studied other languages? If so, to what level of fluency/comfort? *
Your answer
Why did you decide to take this course? *
Your answer
What do you hope to learn about in this class? *
Your answer
What do you enjoy about Latin, and what do you find challenging in your experiences with the language? What are your individual strengths and obstacles as a student of Latin? *
Your answer
On a scale from 1-10, how would you rank your comfort with Latin grammar, syntax, and morphology in your Latin classes in the past? *
Very uncomfortable / I need a LOT of review
Very comfortable / I don't need much review of grammar, syntax, and morphology
On a scale from 1-10, how would you rank your level of comfort in participating in a Latin class? *
Very comfortable! I LOVE to participate!
Very uncomfortable.
Do you have any ideas about how Professor Silverblank can make *you* feel more comfortable participating and learning in the classroom space this semester? *
Your answer
Tell me about your academic interests outside of Latin. What other classes are you taking this semester? What do you like to study and learn about? *
Your answer
Tell me something about yourself outside of your academic life. Do you participate in any activities, jobs, teams, clubs, communities, etc.? Is there anything you'd like your professor to know about who you are outside of the Latin classroom? *
Your answer
What are your goals for yourself in this class? What do you hope to learn, and what skills/knowledge do you hope to develop? *
Your answer
What are your individuals strengths and personal challenges as a student? What obstacles or circumstances do you face in your studies/your life that might be relevant to your work this semester? Please reflect how you plan to set yourself up for success this semester and how Professor Silverblank can support you in this process as your teacher. *
Your answer
Do you plan to use a computer, tablet, or other electronic device to assist your learning in this class? What kind of device would you use, and how would it assist your learning?
Your answer
What kinds of learning strategies and educational experiences work well for you when you are learning new vocabulary? *
Required
What kinds of class activities do you find most helpful for learning Latin? (Check all activities that you find helpful.) *
Required
Professor Silverblank uses a virtual whiteboard app with her iPad that allows her to create videos from class that feature the class slides with live voice recording and annotation. Are you comfortable with Professor Silverblank recording classes for the purposes of review? Your voices will be on the recordings, and recordings would only be available to members of the class as study resources. *
Your answer
What learning tools do you use when you read Latin in preparation for an "average" Latin class? (There's no "right answer": Prof. S. just wants to know about your current Latin reading practice.) *
Required
Would you like to set up a meeting to discuss accommodations for this course? *
Would you find content notes useful for homework and class discussion? (A content note is a brief "heads up" about a potentially sensitive topic before it arises in hw or class, e.g., sexual misconduct.) If you are comfortable doing so, please state here which content notes would be helpful. (If you would prefer, you can let me know anonymously in the anonymous course feedback box at http://freesuggestionbox.com/pub/fwzbudc).
Your answer
Do you have any questions about the class so far that you'd like to ask, or anything you'd like to make the professor aware of at this stage?
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