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• Was sind die grössten Minderheiten in Deutschland?

• Wann und warum kamen diese Ausländer nach Deutschland?

• Welche Probleme haben die Ausländer und Minderheiten in Deutschland? Warum?

• Was könnte getan werden um die Ausländer besser zu integrieren?

• Welche Minderheiten gibt es in ihrer Heimatstadt (home town)?

• Sind diese Minderheiten gut integriert? Warum? Warum nicht?

• Welche Probleme gibt es? Warum?

• Welche Hilfeleistungen (assistance) werden den Minderheiten gegeben? Warum?

• Wie wird man amerikanischer Staatsbürger?

Bevölkerung nach Geschlecht und Staatsangehörigkeit Gegenstand der Nachweisung Einheit 2001 2002 2003

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Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. This survey is intended to provide background information about your language learning and computer experiences. The surveys will not be shown to your instructor and will have no effect on your grade. The screenname you picked and used throughout the semester, will be replaced with a pseudonym, so that any publication of the research results will not contain your name or your screenname.

I. General Information

1. Screenname: _______________________________

2. Section: _______________________________

3. How would you describe your German ability?

II. Please respond to the following statements by circling the appropriate answer: strongly disagree (1), disagree (2), agree (3), strongly agree (4). Feel free to explain your answer in the space provided.

1. When I say something wrong, I like it when the teacher explains to me what is wrong in front of others.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

2. I like it when my teacher corrects me.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

3. I don’t think my classmates should correct me.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

4. When I say something wrong, I like it when the teacher writes the correction on the board.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

5. I like it when my teacher helps me in getting my meaning across rather than fixing every error.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

6. When I say something wrong, I like it when the teacher tells me that what I said was wrong without telling me the correct form.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

7. I believe using technology in the language classroom is beneficial for language learning.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

8. When I am in a language classroom, I want the teacher to focus on the grammatical accuracy of what I say and not focus on responding to what I am saying in terms of content.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

9. When I say something wrong, I like it when the teacher rephrases what I said and asks if that is what I meant.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

10. When the teacher corrects me, I am uncomfortable.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

11. In a foreign language class using computers gets in the way of really learning the language.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

12. My classmates can help me by pointing out my errors.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

13. When I say something wrong, I like it when the teacher rephrases what I said so that it contains no errors and them moves on.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

14. When we chat in class, I like it when the teacher participates actively in our discussion.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

15. When we chat in class, I don’t like talking out loud with the other students.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

16. Chatting in class is fun.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________





17. When we chat, I like it when the teacher corrects my mistakes.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

18. When we chat class, I correct other people’s mistakes.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

19. When we chat in class, I notice my own mistakes and the mistakes of other students.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

20. My German improved through the chatting in class.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

III. Please respond to the following statements by circling the appropriate answer: never (1), rarely (2), sometimes (3), or always (4). Feel free to explain your answer in the space provided.

1. I have used chat/ messaging software (ICQ, Instant Messenger, etc.) to communicate with friends.

never rarely sometimes always Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

2. I have used chat and messaging software to communicate for work or for school.

never rarely sometimes always Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

3. I have used chat in another foreign language classroom.

never rarely sometimes always Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

4. My teacher mainly corrects only certain kinds of mistakes I make during class.

never rarely sometimes always Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

5. My teacher mainly corrects only certain kinds of mistakes during chat.

never rarely sometimes always Explain: _______________________________________________________________________

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IV. Please respond to the following questions.

1. What did your teacher do during chatting? Did you like what she did?

2. How would you describe your teacher’s role during the chatting? What role would you have liked her to play?

3. If you were the teacher in the class how would you change the chat sessions?

Is there anything else you would like me to know? Comment below.

Thank you very much for your participation.

APPENDIX 8: Post-Test Screenname: ___________________________________

Section: __________________________________

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Thank you for taking 200 level German classes at the University of Arizona. Your participation in this exit exam, well help us evaluate your language improvement over the course of one semester.

In addition, it is an indicator for you to see how you might do on the final exam in this class. The test will not be graded. However, it is important that you show your best effort on this test, for your performance will help you identify your strengths and weaknesses before the final exam.

You should be able to complete this test in 50 minutes. We appreciate your time and effort.

I. Hörverständnis: (10Punkte) Nach dem Weg fragen. Listen to the directions twice and indicate on the map how you get to Karlplatz from where you are now. Your starting position is marked with an asterisk.

II. Lesen: (10 Punkte) A. Märchen. Read the following Märchen and answer the questions below.

Es waren einmal ein König und eine Königin, die wollten so gern ein Kind. Als die Königin endlich eine Tochter bekam, war die Freude groß. Sie veranstalteten ein Fest und luden zwölf Feen ein, veraßen aber die dreizehnte. Die dreizehnte Fee kam und verwünschte die Tochter, das Dornröschen. Sie sollte sich an einer Spindel stechen und sterben. Die zwölfte Fee änderte den bösen Wunsch.

Dornröschen sollte nur hundert Jahre schlafen und nicht sterben. Als Dornröschen fünfzehn Jahre alt war, ging der böse Wunsch in Erfüllung. Sie stach sich an einer Spindel und fiel in einen tiefen Schlaf.

Mit ihr schlief das ganze Schloss ein, alle Menschen und alle Tiere. Um das Schloss wuchs eine große Dornenhecke. Als 100 Jahre vorbei waren, kam ein Prinz zur Hecke und die Dornen verwandelten sich in Blumen. Er ging ins Schloss, fand Dornrösschen und als er sie küsste, wachte sie auf. Alle anderen Menschen und alle Tiere wachten auch auf. Der Prinz und Dornröschen heirateten. Und wenn sie nicht gestorben sind, dann leben sie noch heute.

1. Was wünschten sich König und Königin?

______________________________________________________________

2. Wie feierten sie die Geburt ihrer Tochter?

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

3. Wie viele Feen wurden eingeladen?

______________________________________________________________

4. Was machte die 13. Fee?

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

5. Was machte die 12. Fee?

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

6. Was passierte, als Dornröschen 15 war?

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

7. Was geschah mit den Menschen im Schloss?

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

8. Wann kam der Prinz?

______________________________________________________________

9. Was machte der Prinz?

______________________________________________________________

10. Was passierte dann?

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

III. Grammatik: (10 + 10 + 10 + 10 Punkte) A. Im Bad. Describe what you do with the following items. Write sentences using reflexive pronouns.

Mit einem Kamm? → Ich kämme mir die Haare.

MODELL:

1. Mit einer Zahnbürste?

____________________________________________________________

2. Mit Shampoo?

____________________________________________________________

3. Mit Seife?

____________________________________________________________

4. Mit einem Föhn?

____________________________________________________________

5. Mit einem Rasierapparat?

____________________________________________________________

B. Baby-sitting. Eva is baby-sitting the neighbors’ twins. Even though they are a boy and a girl, she has a hard time telling them apart, so when she is there she keeps a log, so that she can report to the parents. Below are the phrases from the sentences in her log. Put the phrases in the sentences into the right order. Pay attention to the cases!

Junge/dem Kind/einen Ball geben→ Der Junge gab dem Kind einen Ball.

MODELL:der

1. ein Auto / dem Jungen / das Mädchen / schenkte ____________________________________________________________

2. er / es / ihr /gab / zurück.

____________________________________________________________

3. er wollte, dass / den Ball / ihm/ sie zurück gibt.

____________________________________________________________

4. ihm / ihn / sie / gab / zurück ____________________________________________________________

5. den beiden/ ich / ein neues Spielzeug /gab ____________________________________________________________

C. Unsere Jugend. Thomas and Markus are sitting at “Stammtisch” reflecting on their youth. Connect the sentences with the conjunction in parentheses.

MODELL: Wir mussten das Haus des Schuldirektors streichen. Wir haben am

1. Mai Kuhmist an seine Wand geschmiert. (weil) → Wir mussten das Haus des Schuldirektors streichen, weil wir am

1. Mai Kuhmist an seine Wand geschmiert haben.

1. Nachts waren wir oft lange aus. Wir sind nach Mitternacht oft im Schwimmbad geschwommen. (und) ____________________________________________________________

2. Wir waren schon mit 14 bis nachts um drei in der Discothek. Wir wurden nie von der Polizei verhaftet. (aber) ____________________________________________________________

3. Wir haben viel Alkohol getrunken. Wir waren auf der Berufsschule im Schwarzwald. (als) ____________________________________________________________

4. Wir haben unsere Ausbildung gut abgeschlossen. Wir waren selten im Unterricht. (obwohl) ____________________________________________________________



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