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Moodle Courses at the Department of Languages of FEI STU in 2011. Ivan Podpera [email protected] Main points. Introduction Courses Unit structure Task types Task results Feedback. Courses.

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main points
Main points
  • Introduction
  • Courses
  • Unit structure
  • Task types
  • Task results
  • Feedback
courses
Courses
  • English for Students of Electrical Engineering – a four semester course for lower-intermediate students
  • English for Students of D level – a two-semester course for upper-intermediate students
  • English for Students of FIIT (Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies) - a one-semester course for upper-intermediate students
  • English for Professional Communication – a course for PhD students
  • Presentation Skills - a coursehelping PhD students to prepare a presentation
  • Manažment komunikácie (Management of Communication)
all courses are available on

All courses are available on

www.elearn.elf.stuba.sk/moodle

unit structure
Unit structure
  • Resource – information about a specific grammar part extending the same part in the textbook
  • Follow-up tasks
task types quiz module
Task types – Quiz module
  • Short answers
  • True-false statements
  • Multiple choice
  • Matching
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Short answers

True-false statements

Multiple choice

Matching

No. of tasks

Average result

No. of tasks

Average result

No. of tasks

Average result

No. of tasks

Average result

13

6.49

2

7.60

5

7.84

3

8.60

Total

Number of tasks

Average result

23

7.63

feedback questions
Feedback questions
  • 1 Has Moodle helped you revise and learn grammar?
  • 2 What have you been satisfied with so far?
  • 3 What could be improved?
feedback answers
Feedback answers
  • Q1 – feedback generally positive, but some students still prefer “traditional” lessons
  • Q2 – tasks useful as homework, good that the results are not taken into account for the final grade, conventional testing is preferred
  • Q3 – complaints about too strict penalty factor
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