The "Alice Project"

A 10th Grade Honors English Tour of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"

Student Surveys November 2, 2009

In-Project student responses:

End-of-Project student responses:

  • Link to Question 1 Answers: If you were to give yourself an honest grade for your participation & teamwork now that the project has ended, what would you give yourself?
  • Link to Question 2 Answers: Do you feel confident about the big picture vision of the project now that the project has ended?
  • Link to Question 3 Answers: Do you feel confident about the day-to-day expectations & tasks of the project after the project has ended?
  • Link to Question 4 Answers:  Do you feel confident about the quality of writing & thinking that is required of you as you discuss “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “The Annotated Alice” notes now that the project has ended?
  • Link to Question 5 Answers: Do you feel confident about the technology side of the project now that the project has ended?
  • Link to Question 6 Answers: Do you feel confident with the story and the annotations/notes found in “The Annotated Alice” now that the project has ended?
  • Link to Question 7 Answers: What is one thing that Mr. Long could have done to have helped you be successful with the “Alice Project” now that the project has ended?
  • Link to Question 8 Answers: What are you most pleased about in terms of the work you did during the “Alice Project” now that the project has ended?
  • Link to Question 9 Answers: What are you most frustrated by in terms of the work that you did (or didn’t do) during the “Alice Project” now that the project has ended?
  • Link to Question 10 Answers: IF we were to do a ’similar’ project with another school to explore a different piece of literature (during the 2nd semester), what ideas or advice can you offer Mr. Long?
 

2 Responses to “Student Surveys”

  1. Jacob Giblin Says:

    Hi,
    I am part of a leadership academy for Community School District 99 in Downers Grove, Il. We are currently discussing ways to integrate tecghnology more effectively into the classroom. I was wonderng if it is possible to view the actual blogs related to the Alice Project not the student survey Blogs.

    Thank you

    Jake Giblin

  2. Christian Long Says:

    Jake: Thanks for the comment/inquiry. You can now find the 13 student team blogs on the project’s home page http://aliceproject.wordpress.com/ and by looking at the ‘participants’ link as well (which includes the specific posts by each student). Good luck with your research!


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