My name is Karina and I am already an English teacher but now I am doing my MA in TESOL at university in Liverpool(UK). I'm writing my dissertation about bilingualism and I don't have much time ( till September!), therefore I need your help badly.I have to survey naitive and non-native ESL teachers who teach advanced learners. I need to gather a lot of questionnaires(100) and it is really difficult. I would be greatful if you took time to answer the questions that I've left below.You would help me a lot. All comments will be appreciated.
The answers could be e-mailed to me at the address shown below or posted as a reply to this posting.Many, many thanks in advance.
Gender: M/F (circle the letter)
1.How long have you been speaking English?(skip this question if you are a native speaker)
2.Have you ever lived in English speaking country? If yes, for how long? (skip this question if you are a native speaker)
3.Do you have opportunity to speak English outside work? How often?(skip this question if you are a native
4.Do you consider yourself to be bilingual? Justify your answer
(skip this question if you are a native speaker)
5.How would you define bilingualism or bilingual person? (Answer as fully as you can)
6.Do you think that any of your students is or will ever become bilingual? If yes, what percentage and why? If no, explain why.
7.What would your students need to become bilingual?
For general discussion between ESL teachers.