Methods

Our interview questions which we created:

1. Do you think that the sports facilities in sst are sufficient?
(If yes go to 2, If no go to 3.)
2. Do you think that sst should have a few more sports facilities?
(If yes, go to 3, if no, say thank you and have a nice day.)
3. What do you think should be added?
(Go to 4.)
4. Why do you think (the facility) should be added?
(Go to 5.)
5. How will this  benefit the school?
(Go to 6, I don't think I need to write this anymore)
6. Do you personally like (the sport)?
7. Where do you think (the facility) can be put?
8. Would there be any risks if (the facility) was put in that location?
9. How can those risks be reduced?
10. Out of 10, how much do you think sst needs (the facility)?




This is one of the many schools which have a very good sports facilities which is:


NISS is located West of the City Centre in suburban Singapore and sits on established grounds surrounded by lush greenery and tall trees. Previously occupied by Singapore American School and the Australian International School, the facilities are spacious and well maintained.

Our world class learning facilities and ample sporting and recreational amenities are what you’d expect from a modern international school. The 44 000 square metre campus comprises 66 air-conditioned classrooms equipped with latest instructional audio-visual facilities and a range of specialist facilities including:
Learning Resource Centre (Library)
One Auditorium with seating capacity of up to 250 pax
Two Art rooms
One Music room
One Drama Studio
Four Science laboratories
Two outdoor fields
One 25-metre lap pool (swimming) and one wading pool
One clinic with a full time registered nurse
One counselling and career guidance room
Two Sports Halls equipped with basketball, volleyball, table tennis, mini-tennis, indoor soccer courts










The Sports Facilities map of NTU

Map of Sports & Recreation Centre



The Sports & Recreation Centre, including, indoor facilities, outdoor facilities, aquatic facilities and carpark areas, are designated smoke-free. All users are to refrain from smoking in these areas.










TASK: Creating Survey Questions



  1. Create your survey questions (as many as possible) using Pages or Word.
  2. State whether it is an open-ended or closed-ended question.
  3. For close-ended, provide  the choices (checkboxes, multiple choice or scale).
  4. Give reasons for why you want to ask the particular question.

EXAMPLE:

Q: How often do you exercise? (Close-ended)
  • Multiple choices: (a) once a week, (b) twice a week, (c) more than 3 times a week, (d) no, I don’t exercise
  • Reason for asking this question: My research needs to understand students’ lifestyle habits 






















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