This self-assessment is due at the end of every week and no later than 9:00 am on the following Monday morning. Late assessments will be read for comments, but will receive only partial credit. Your comments may be read by Janna White (Program Director) and your course organizer. Spoken Arabic conversation partners do not read these reports unless we ask your permission first. Any concerns that come up in self-assessments will be addressed confidentially by program staff. Student Information First Name * Last Name * Email Address * Course Information Language and Level * Please type in your Language and Level. Week * - Select -Jan 31-Feb 6Feb 7-Feb 13Feb 14-Feb20Feb 21-Feb27Feb 28-Mar 6Mar 7-Mar 13Mar 21-Mar 27Mar 28-Apr 3Apr 4-Apr 10Apr 11-Apr 17Apr 18-Apr 24Apr 25-May 1 Day of Session * - Select -MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday Time of Session * Materials Used * Please add a link to any online materials you used this week (YouTube video, movie, podcast, news article, etc). Reflect Upon Your Learning Question 1 * Which parts of your study went most smoothly for you this week, were most interesting to you, or best met your learning needs? Any successes with which you are especially pleased? Question 2 * What problems, difficulties, frustrations, or anxieties did you encounter this week and how were you able (or not able) to resolve those difficulties? Conversation SessionIf you were absent or your session did not meet for some reason, please explain in the “Comments” box below. How well prepared were you for the session? Well-prepared Prepared Partially Prepared Unprepared Absent How well prepared was your conversation partner for the session? Well-prepared Prepared Partially Prepared Unprepared N/A: I was absent. What percent of the time was the language you are learning used in your session? What percent of the time was the language you are learning used in your session? Close to 100% Around 90-95% Around 75% Around 50% Around 25% or less N/A: I was absent. The Ideal Conversation Session The ideal conversation session upholds the Center’s community commitments and follows best practices for activities and engagement. Students are actively speaking and interacting in the language for the entire session. Activities require students to improvise speech in situations similar to how the language would be used outside of the classroom. Time is NOT spent doing grammar exercises, translating between languages, or taking extensive notes. Everyone has ample opportunity to create meaningful speech in the language, and all participants share responsibility for including every voice in the discussion. The session fosters a culture of reflection and respect. What percent of the time does your conversation session meet this ideal? Close to 100% Around 90-95% Around 75% Around 50% Around 25% or less Comments about conversation sessions: Other Questions or Concerns Other Questions or Concerns - input Is there anything else we should know? Any questions? Concerns? Logistical issues? You can also contact your course organizer, Theo Hull, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-542-5264.