By Penny Ur
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Briefly, students were required to self-assess their own writing and to formulate feedback questions, thus determining the kind of feedback they wanted on their written work. Our feedback on students’ first drafts was limited to responding to these questions. Students then used these responses to produce a second draft which we then commented on in more detail. In adopting this approach, we hoped that our feedback would be learner-centred and more time-efficient. 2. Providing Effective Feedback Feedback on learners’ writing has traditionally focused on indicating and correcting errors as well as on evaluating writing by assigning a grade and/or providing an overall evaluation of the text, such as ‘some good ideas but too many language errors’ or ‘very well written’.
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A Course in Language Teaching: Practice of Theory (Cambridge Teacher Training and Development) by Penny Ur