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5. Wir hatten in unserer Jugend sehr viel Glück. Wir hatten nie einen schweren Unfall. (denn) ____________________________________________________________

D. Multikulti. Ender talks about immigrants in Germany. Fill in the endings for him.

In Deutschland gibt es viel___ Ausländer.

MODELL:

→ In Deutschland gibt es viele Ausländer.

1. In unser____ Land (N.) leben viele Ausländer.

2. D____ meisten Ausländer (Pl.) kommen aus d_____ Türkei.

3. In d_____ 50er Jahren (Pl.) kamen d______ Menschen (Pl) auch aus mein____ Heimatland (N.) nach Deutschland.

4. Dies____ Ausländer (PL.) sind d______ Gastarbeiter (PL).

5. Mein_____ Vater (M.) ist auch ein_____ Gastarbeiter (M.).

6. D__ Mutter (F.) mein___ Vaters (M.) hat mein____ Vater (M.) nach Deutschland geschickt.

IV. Schreiben (20 Punkte):

Write about your favorite vacation in 150 words or more. Where did you go? What did you do? What had you done in preparation for the trip? Make sure to use simple past tense (E.g.,. ich ging) and past perfect (e.g.,. ich hatte gegessen) where possible. Write complex sentences using conjunctions (e.g.,. als, wenn, wann, weil, damit, denn, ….). Give as much detail as possible.

MODELL: Mein schönster Urlaub war 1991 mit meiner Freundin und ihrer Familie in Finnland. Wir fuhren mit dem Auto nach Finnland, weil wir so viel Essen mitnehmen konnten, das in Skandinavien sehr teuer ist …..

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Self Report Check List After each chat session, complete this form. Neither your teacher nor your classmates will see your answers. Furthermore, your screenname will be replaced by a pseudonym.

Name: _________________ Date: ___________________

Did you use an online dictionary today? For what?

Did you use an internet translator today? For what?

Did you use a paper dictionary? For what?

Did you have technical difficulties with the chat server today? What kinds:

Did you have difficulties accessing the necessary websites today? Which/what was the

problem:

Did you talk to someone in class out loud today? With whom? For what?/Why?

Did your teacher correct you today in the chat?

Did the teacher correct anyone else in the chat?

Did the teacher participate in your chat?

Was working with this partner a good choice?

Were there any distractions in the lab today? What:

How much time did you have to complete the task?

APPENDIX 10: Test Score-Card Score Card Exam: _______________________________________

Section: _______________________________________

Screenname: _______________________________________

Total Points: ________________________/73_______________

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Everything correct on first try Everything correct after ______ corrections ___________ mistakes Correct Corrected Mistake Remaining Mistake Rathausufer entlang nach dem Schloßturm links am Rathaus vorbei nach rechts auf die Marktstr geradeaus auf die Bergstr Bergstr entlang zum Karlpl Punkte: ________/10 correct verb correct conj. correct word or. correct reflexive Zähne putzen Haare waschen (???) waschen Haare föhnen (???) rasieren

Comments:

Word order with indirect/direct object:

Punkte: ________/10

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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.

(This is the combined pre- and post-survey. Items in italics only appeared on the pre-survey. Items in bold only appeared in the post-survey)





I. General Information

0a. Screenname: _______________________________

0b. Section: _______________________________

1. Age:_______________

2. Gender: _____ M _____F

3. Which languages do you speak?

native language: ___________________________

foreign/second language: __________________________

Others: ______________________

4. How would you describe your German ability?

5. Is German the first language that you are learning in a classroom? Yes ____ No_____

6. Is German the only foreign language that you have learned? Yes _____ No __________ 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.

7. 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:

_______________________________________________________________________

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Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

11. 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:

_______________________________________________________________________

12. 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:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

14. 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:

_______________________________________________________________________

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Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

19. 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:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

22. Chatting in class is fun.

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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Explain:

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

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

26. 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.

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

never rarely sometimes always

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

never rarely sometimes always

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

never rarely sometimes always

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

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

never rarely sometimes always

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

32. When the teacher corrects mistakes during chat it is really unkind to the student.

never rarely sometimes always N/A

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

33. In my other language classes, my teachers corrected certain kinds of students’ errors in spoken conversations.

never rarely sometimes always N/A

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

34. In my other language classes, my teachers corrected certain kinds of students’ errors in written assignments.

never rarely sometimes always N/A

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

35. In my other language classes, my teachers corrected certain kinds of students’ errors during chats.

never rarely sometimes always N/A

Explain:

_______________________________________________________________________

IV. Please respond to the following questions.

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

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

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

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

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ESCAmanda (19:21:6): Connected & Entered Channel 4 ESCAmanda (19:22:53): Connected & Entered Channel 4 ESCDominique (19:23:13): Connected & Entered Channel 4 ESCAmanda (19:23:19): Hallo ESCLisa (19:23:24): Connected & Entered Channel 4 ESCChristian (19:23:26): hallo ESCChristian (19:23:39): Wie gehts?

ESCDominique (19:23:39): Hallo!

ESCLisa (19:23:46): es geht mir gut ESCAmanda (19:23:49): eh gut. und du?

ESCDominique (19:24:5): Es geht mir gut auch. Danke.



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