Here is a helpful link to a student survey project on a nifty site that was new to me, ESL PartyLand: www.eslpartyland .com/teachers/listening/research.htm. * Social issues tend to generate high interest with teens and tweens and are often explored in speech, history, social studies, and other classes. The purpose is to achieve the following goals, which I am quoting from the site (www .tomorrow.org/speakup) : * Collect and report the unfiltered feedback from students, parents, and teachers on key educational issues. * Use the data to stimulate local conversations. * Raise national awareness about the importance of including the viewpoints of students, parents, and teachers in the education dialogue. [...] you can call me a nosy parker or wishywashy if you want, but I sincerely want to know what other people think.
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