Needs analysis and evaluation

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1. Needs analysis

1.1. Process of stablishing the what and how of a course

1.1.1. Basis of training programmes

2. Evaluation

2.1. Process of estableshing the effectiveness,can be qualitative and quantitative

2.1.1. formative series of mini-evaluations

2.1.2. summative evaluation at the end of an activity

2.2. aspects of the teaching-learning situation

2.2.1. materials used

2.2.2. classroom activities

2.2.3. the out of class support

2.2.4. the course design

2.2.5. methodologies

2.2.6. the role of assessment

3. Needs assessment

3.1. Unique to language teaching

4. Language analysis

4.1. Influenced by General English

5. Needs

5.1. subjective and felt

5.1.1. "To feel confident"

5.2. objective and perceived

5.2.1. "To be able to follow instructions accurately"

6. Means Analysis

6.1. Looks at the environment of the course

6.1.1. What works well in one situation, might not work well in another

7. Needs analysis establishes

7.1. Environmental Situation

7.1.1. personal information on learners

7.1.2. language information about target situations

7.1.3. learner's lacks

7.1.4. learner's needs

7.1.5. language learning needs

7.1.6. how to communicate in the target situation

7.1.7. professional information about learners

8. Evaluation results

8.1. can influence decisions in teaching and provide evidence

9. Before an evaluation

9.1. audience and purpose

9.2. criteria for evaluation

9.3. criteria for analysis of results

9.4. surces of information

10. Collecting data

10.1. by outsiders or insiders

10.1.1. Sources The learners People the learners work or study with Documents and records used Ourselves Colleagues

10.1.2. Methods Checklists/Questionnaires Assessment Discussion Record Keeping

11. Results

11.1. feedback

12. Collecting data

12.1. by outsiders or insiders

12.1.1. Sources The learners People working or studying in the field Ex-students Documents relevant to the field Clients Employers Colleagues ESP research in the field

12.1.2. Methods Questionnaires Analysis of authentic spoken and written texts Discussions Structured interviews Observations Assessments

13. Results

13.1. Feedback