Giving Feedback methodology methods

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GIVING FEEDBACK:

GIVING FEEDBACK

FEEDBACK:

FEEDBACK Information that is given to the learner about his/her performance of a learning task in order to improve the performance. Exp. Yes, right A grade A raised eyebrow Written comments

The Components of Feedback:

The Components of Feedback Has two distinguishable components Assessment (Grade, Excellent/Fair/Poor) Correction

Correction :

Correction Specific information about the learner’s performance is provided by explaining providing better or other alternatives eliciting from the learner It should include information about what the learner did right as well as wrong and why.

The relationship between assessment and correction:

The relationship between assessment and correction Are the two components separable? Can we have assessment without correction, or correction without assessment?

The relationship between assessment and correction:

The relationship between assessment and correction It is possible to give assessment without correcting However, commenting on what is right or wrong requires assessment

Assessment:

Assessment Assessment (learner performance) Evaluation (syllabus/curriculum/school organisation) Appraisal (teacher performance)

Types of Assessment:

Types of Assessment Formative Assessment (To improve/enhance/form) Summative Assessment (To evaluate an overall aspect of the learner to summarise the situation- how much one has progressed during the course: one-off event)

Assessment- Tests:

Assessment- Tests Summative Assessment Teacher’s Assessment Continuous Assessment Self Assessment Portfolio How valid or useful?

Assessment (Criteria):

Assessment (Criteria) Criterion-referenced (What could be demanded at this age/level/or stage of development?) Norm-referenced (How well the learner is performing relative to the group)

Assessment (Criteria):

Assessment (Criteria) Individual-referenced: (How well the learner is performing relative to his or her own previous performance?)

Assessment Grades:

Assessment Grades Letters, words or phrases (A, B, Good- Excellent) Profiles: Describe the performance of an individual in more detail, showing his/her strengths and weaknesses

Correcting Mistakes in Oral Work:

Correcting Mistakes in Oral Work The tendency not to correct learners’ mistakes in fluency work. Would you support the recommendation to avoid corecting during fluency-oriented speech, and to do during accuracy-oriented exercises?

Techniques of Oral Correction:

Techniques of Oral Correction Teacher correction Elicitation Clarification Re-production

How the correction is expressed:

How the correction is expressed Gently Supportively Encouragingly NOT Rudely

Written Feedback:

Written Feedback Written compositions Assignments Answers to comprehension questions Tests etc.

Written Feedback:

Written Feedback Can you remember how you felt about the ways teachers responded to your own written work when you were learning a foreign language?

Correcting Written Work Page 223:

Correcting Written Work Page 223 Written Assignments 1. Grammar Exercise- Present Perfect Tense 2. Test on vocabulary- Relative clauses 3. Summary of group Discussion

Correcting Written Work Page 223:

Correcting Written Work Page 223 Imagine these are assignments done by your own students, and write in your corrections and other feedback.

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