学术英语写作策略调查问卷[复制]

Please rate your use of each learning strategy below on a scale between 1 to 5. Circle your choice.

1=never 2=rarely 3=sometimes 4=often 5=most often
1. I often do academic English writing in my native language.
2. I often write in academic English.
3. I write for pleasure in my freetime in academic writing.
4. I write notes, messages, letters, or reports in academic English.
5. I use a bilingual dictionary.
6. I use an English-English dictionary.
7. I use an English grammar book or handbook.
8. I read native academic English writing.
9. I use the academic English words I know in different ways.
10. I review my class notes, handouts, and assignment requirements before beginning to doing academic English writing.
11. I consider the task or assignment and instructions carefully before academic English writing.
12. I discuss what I am going to write with other students or my teacher.
13. I brainstorm and write down claims before I begin to do academic English writing.
14. I make plans and notes in my native language before academic English writing.
15. I make an outline or plan in academic English.
16. I make a timetable for when I will do my academic English writing.
17. Before writing the first academic article, I do extra study outside the classroom to improve my academic English writing.
18. I think of the relationships between what I already know and new things that I learn.
19. I notice vocabulary related to a topic that I will write about and try to remember the words.
20. I use a dictionary to check things I am not sure about before I write.
21. I use a grammar book to check things I am not sure about before I write.
22. I try to write in a comfortable, quiet place where I can concentrate.
23. I use my background knowledge (world knowledge) to help me develop my claims.
24. I like to write in my native language first and then translate it into English.
25. I like to write a draft in my native language first and then translate it into English.
26. I edit for content (claims) as I am doing academic English writing.
27. I edit for organization as I am doing academic English writing.
28. I like to change, or make my ideas clearer as I am doing academic English writing.
29. I use a dictionary to check things I am not sure about when I write.
30. I use a grammar book to check things I am not sure about when I write an academic artical.
31. If I can’t think of an English word, I use a word or phrase that means the same thing.
32. I make up new words if I do not know the right ones in English when I am doing academic English writing.
33. I make my academic English writing assignments fun for myself.
34. I think about how learning to write well in academic English writing will help me succeed in my other courses.
35. I encourage myself by telling myself that I can do well.
36. I give myself a reward when I have finished academic English writing.
37. I go back to my academic English writing to revise the content and make my claims clearer.
38. I go back to my academic English writing to revise and improve my organization.
39. I go back to my academic English writing to edit the grammar, vocabulary, spelling, and punctuation.
40. I use a dictionary after I finish academic English writing a draft.
41. I use a grammar book after I finish writing an academic English draft.
42. I discuss my academic writing work with other students to get feedback on how I can improve my academic English writing ability.
43. I discuss my academic writing work with my teacher to get feedback on how I can improve it.
44. I evaluate others students’ academic English writing and give them feedback on how they can improve it.
45. I visit the campus Academic English Writing Center to get feedback from a tutor.
46. If I do not understand a comment when getting feedback, I ask the person to explain it to me.
47. I make notes or try to remember feedback I get so I can use it the next time I write.
48. I record the types of errors I have made so I do not keep making the same types of errors.
49. I read the feedback from my previous academic English writing and use this feedback in my next writing.
50. I use the feedback to help with my other academic English skills (reading, speaking, and listening).
51. I try to find as many ways as I can to use my Academic English Writing.
52. I look for opportunities to read as much as possible in Academic English Writing.
53. I look for opportunities to listen as much as possible to Academic English.
54. I look for opportunities to speak as much as possible to Academic English.
55. I think about my progress in learning Academic English.
56. I try to find out how to become a better learner of Academic English.
57. I notice my Academic English Writing mistakes and use that information to help me do better.
58. I plan my schedule so that I have enough time to study and improve my Academic English Writing.
59. I have clear goals for improving my Academic English Writing skills.
60. I give myself a reward or treat when I do well in Academic English Writing.
61. I try to relax whenever I am afraid of using Academic English Writing skills.
62. I encourage myself to use English even when I am afraid of making mistakes.
63. I notice if I am tense or nervous when I am studying or using Academic English.
64. I write down my feelings about learning Academic English in a diary.
65. I talk to someone else about how I feel about learning Academic English.
66. If I do not understand something in Academic English, I ask the person to slow down or say it again.
67. I ask academic English speakers to correct me when I talk.
68. I practice Academic English with other students.
69. I ask for help from Academic English speakers.
70. I ask questions in Academic English.
71. I try to learn about the culture of Academic English speakers.
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