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, Classe e sezione, Scuola Dimensioni: Soddisfazione contenuti: ? Hanno spiegato tutto quello che avevano promesso all'inizio. (non in questionario en) ? Hanno spiegato tutto quello che avrei voluto sapere, Anagrafica: Nome (non in questionario en)

, ? Ho imparato cose che mi saranno utili in futuro

?. Hanno-dato-delle-informazioni-corrette,

, Percezione interesse: ? Sono stato molto coinvolto dall'esperienza

, ? I miei compagni sono stati molto coinvolti dall'esperienza

?. Gli,

, ? Hanno gestito bene il tempo della spiegazione

?. Hanno, ? Sono stati chiari e comprensibili nelle spiegazioni Soddisfazione materiale: ? Hanno utilizzato abbastanza materiale didattico

?. Hanno,

, ? Il materiale fornito è stato utile. (non in questionario en)

, ? Il materiale fornito è stato facile da usare. (non in questionario en)

, Soddisfazione strumenti mediatori sperimentali vs classici: ? I dispositivi sono stati utili durante l'uscita. (solo per chi li ha usati)

, ? I libretti sono stati utili durante l'uscita. (solo per chi li ha usati) (non in questionario en)

, ? I dispositivi sono stati facili da usare durante l'uscita. (solo per chi li ha usati)

, ? I libretti sono stati facili da usare durante l'uscita. (solo per chi li ha usati) (non in questionario en)

. ?-*qualitativa, Se hai usato il dispositivo, scrivi la cosa che più ti è piaciuta nell'usarlo. Poi scrivi anche quella che ti è piaciuta meno

, Avrei preferito usare i libretti e non il dispositivo. (solo per chi ha usato il dispositivo)

, Avrei preferito usare il dispositivo e non il libretto durante l'uscita. (solo per chi ha usato il libretto) (non in questionario en)

N. Test-comprensione-e-contenuti-finale-verona-romana, :. Strumenti-per-tappe, :. Borsari-normale-tecnologia-mobile, P. Piazza-erbe, :. Pietra/postumio-solo-spiegazione-toccando-i-resti et al., Dove non specificato domande a scelta multipla o vero falso. Anagrafica: Nome, Cognome, Scuola, Classe Tappa Porta borsari: ? In antico Porta Borsari era conosciuta come Porta Iovia per via di un monumento che sorgeva nelle sue vicinanze, appena fuori dalle mura. Di cosa si trattava? ? Porta borsari al tempo dei romani aveva solamente la facciata che vediamo anche oggi ? Da porta borsari si potevano vedere l

, ? Le porte della città di Verona erano staccate dalle mura (anche tappa porta leoni)

;. Tappa-porta-leoni, . Al, . Di-porta-leoni-?-porta, and . Leoni, quando è stata costruita, aveva due torri ai lati Organizzazione della citta: ? Cosa sorgeva all'incrocio delle due vie principali della città, dove oggi è situata Piazza delle Erbe? ? Il Decumano Massimo e il Cardo Massimo erano le due vie principali della città ? I cardi erano le vie che andavano nella direzione Nord-Sud ? Il Decumano Massimo e il Cardo Massimo partivano dalle porte secondarie della città ? Il Decumano Massimo attraversava il fiume Adige per mezzo di un ponte ? Il Decumano Massimo partiva da porta Leoni e arrivava alla piazza principale ? La via Postumia quando entrava nella città di Verona diventava il Decumano Massimo Test

, I.libretti.sono.stati.utili.durante.l.uscita...solo.per.chi.li.ha.usati

. Abbiamo-diversi-risultati-significativi:-?-pre.c3-?-sesso, Tipo ? Sesso:pre.C3 ? Sesso:Tipo:pre.C2