Students´views of language use at two different science programmes - Results of a comparative study based on a questionnaire

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Publication Conference Paper, other
Title Students´views of language use at two different science programmes - Results of a comparative study based on a questionnaire
Author(s) Hägerfelth, Gun
Date 2007
English abstract
This paper presents the results of a questionnaire based on students´views of their language skills, learning strategies and how language is used in their undergraduate programmes. Both concern science education: the science teacher programme, School of Teacher Education, and the biomedical analyst programme, School of Health and Society. A total amount of 34 studentrs answered the questionnaire, nine of which are teacher students and 25 biomedical analyst students (translation of the questions and the results in percentage: See appendix). The answers give an interesting hint of two rather different language cultures at these two undergraduate programmes.
Host/Issue Proceedings from ETEN conference 2007
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) language use
science
Humanities/Social Sciences
language and science learrning
Note ETEN - European Teacher Education Network Annual Conference 2007; 19-21 April 2007 - Porto, Portugal
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/4036 (link to this page)

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