Appendices Appendix 1: Interviews in Fieldwork Trips (FTs) 1-5 There were altogether 99 group/pair/individual interviews with stu- dents (N = 73: 2002 cohort = 46; 2003 cohort = 21; 2005 cohort = 6) and teachers (N = 26), not including interviews out of research part- nerships (N = 30). For each round of interviews for each sub-group of the research participants in each FT, there is first a description of interview meth- ods and focuses (words in bold italics), followed by details of each single interview in that round (words in smaller font size). Each sub- group is marked as “[Cohort…-a/b/…]” (for students), or “[Teachers- a/b/c/d]” to indicate the sequential order as well as the total rounds of interviews with that sub-group. FT 1: September-December 2005 Interviewees: 2002-cohort (then 4th-year) students No. Time Group/P air/Ind Participants: Students (N) Brief remarks [Cohort2002-a] Before TP (teaching practicum), September 2005: Two focus group interviews with 4th-year students, focusing on learning to teach in university: (1) During the four years in college, have you intended to acquire knowledge or skills that you think will be useful for your future teaching? (2) How has our cur- rent BA TEFL curriculum affected you in terms of learning to teach? 1 Sept. 2005 Focus group N=10-20, from class 2002(3), including LT, PSY, FXS, YH Curriculum-based and ex- tracurricular TEFL learning 2 Sept. 2005 N=10, from classes 2002(1)(2)(5): LLP, LML, CXQ, WY, LY, WM, LJH, ZYL, LYH, and CCY 372 [Cohort2002-b] During TP, October-November 2005: Three focus...
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