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, peer reviewed
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 2007-03
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 students 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.
Publisher The university of Greenwich
Pages ETEN 17 The proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the European Teacher Education Network, 191-196
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) multisemtiotic text
reading and talking
Humanities/Social Sciences
humanities
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/6025 (link to this page)

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