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Personalising Feedback Combining methods

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Warm Up Turn to the person on your right and ask them…. Turn to the person on your right and ask them…. What do you find problematic about teaching writing and why? What do you find problematic about teaching writing and why? Whats the most common complaint by teachers? Whats the most common complaint by teachers?

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Its usually this one.. I dont mind teaching writing, but where do I find time to check all those papers? I dont mind teaching writing, but where do I find time to check all those papers? So what do we do….? So what do we do….?

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A little pair work task for you to do.. Work with a partner and.. Work with a partner and.. List the ways teachers may provide feedback on a students writing. List the ways teachers may provide feedback on a students writing. Which methods do you think are the most common? Which methods do you think are the most common?

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Six possibilities? What are they? Self-evaluation Self-evaluation Peer correction Peer correction Teacher error correction Teacher error correction Teacher written comments Teacher written comments Computer feedback Computer feedback Oral conferencing Oral conferencing

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The three most common are? Peer correction Peer correction Teacher error correction Teacher error correction Teacher written commentary Teacher written commentary

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Error correction? Work with a partner.. Work with a partner.. What do we know about correcting errors? What do we know about correcting errors? What is a correction code? What is a correction code? Make a list of the symbols you know? Make a list of the symbols you know? WF? WW? WV? Sp? Pu? WF? WW? WV? Sp? Pu? So what are the problems involved here? So what are the problems involved here?

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Teacher written commentary What do we know about this method? What do we know about this method? What kind of comments do we write? What kind of comments do we write? Where do we write them? Where do we write them?

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Peer Commentary What do we know about this method? What do we know about this method? What are the related problems? What are the related problems?

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Putting it into practice.. Work on the (authentic) essay you have. Work on the (authentic) essay you have. Firstly, correct the errors Firstly, correct the errors Compare your corrections with those around you. Compare your corrections with those around you. How do they compare? Same? Different? How do they compare? Same? Different? What problems did you have? What problems did you have?

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More practice.. Now work on the essay again but this time write some comments about it Now work on the essay again but this time write some comments about it What did you write? Where? Why? What did you write? Where? Why? Compare your comments with the comments of others around you? The same or different? Compare your comments with the comments of others around you? The same or different?

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TSC? Teacher-student (oral) conferencing Teacher-student (oral) conferencing Conferencing Conferencing What are the benefits of conferencing? What are the benefits of conferencing? How would you set up a conference? How would you set up a conference? What might be the problems involved? What might be the problems involved?

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Even more practice.. One of you is the teacher, the other is the student writer. Teacher talks to student: One of you is the teacher, the other is the student writer. Teacher talks to student: Use your error corrections, your written comments and your conferencing skills to do this Use your error corrections, your written comments and your conferencing skills to do this The student should be able to tell the teacher what (s)he now has to work on. The student should be able to tell the teacher what (s)he now has to work on.

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The aim of todays workshop.. To raise awareness of the different approaches to providing feedback on second language students writing, and to introduce the notion of oral conferencing based on error corrections and written comments. To raise awareness of the different approaches to providing feedback on second language students writing, and to introduce the notion of oral conferencing based on error corrections and written comments.

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When you get back.. Do not only deal with the students writing alone in your office. Do not only deal with the students writing alone in your office. Invite them in, and go through their work Invite them in, and go through their work

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