investigation on peer feedback for EFL students ages 10 to 14

by Elizabeth M. Schram

Publisher: Brock University, Faculty of Education in St. Catharines, Ont

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  • English language -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Foreign speakers.,
  • Peer-group tutoring of students.

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preferred teacher feedback to peer feedback, and “saw the teacher as a figure of authority that guaranteed quality” (p). In this regard, expectations about the difference between peer and teacher assessment have led to some distrust among some students in their peer feedback. Distrust in peer assessment has not often been grounded.   Teaching students to give effective feedback is hard and takes a lot of student practice. And then more practice. If you are using project based learning in your classroom, peer feedback is a vital part of the process (you can read more about PBL here). highly acclaimed writing pedagogic techniques: peer review and teacher feedback in EFL composition class. Both the peer review and teacher feedback were given and transmitted via the web to learners‟ blog. The author examined 7 first drafts, 32 peer reviews, and 8 revised drafts (one student made two revisions), trying to find out what.   Feedback Strategies 1. Condition your students for the type of feedback they will receive. 2. The type of feedback should match or complement the activity. 3. Feedback should be appropriate to the student’s level of proficiency. 4. Self-correction, peer-correction, teacher-correction. 5. Learner-centered approach.

The present study investigated the effect of online peer feedback through blogs on Turkish EFL students' writing performance and their perceptions. Data were collected by using: a) Turkish EFL Students' Background Survey, b) interviews at the beginning and end of the term, c) first and revised drafts, and d) end-of-semester Questionnaire. The control group (15 students, classroom-based.   The fast growing rates of plagiarism among students in higher education has become a serious concern for academics around the world. Collecting data through semi-structured interview, this qualitative study is an attempt to investigate a group of EFL undergraduate students’ viewpoints on plagiarism, the extent to which they are informed about it and the reasons triggering them to plagiarize. the total, and were male, accounting for 14%. Such a gender ratio is representative of the male and female English major proportion at most of the Chinese colleges and universities. They ranged in age from 17 to 25 years with a mean of 20 (SD = ). Of the 1, student 65 EFL. Peer Feedback or Teacher Feedback: An Investigation of Chinese University English Learners' Use and Understanding of Peer and Teacher Feedback On Writing; Assessing EFL Writing: Meaningful Innovations Through SFL; a Epilogue: Description and Evaluation of the Process of Creating this Book; & n Index.

Teach students how to provide valuable feedback to their peers and in turn improve their own work with this Peer Review resource, including teacher notes, student presentation and peer review feedback sheet! This complete Peer Review Teaching Package will introduce students to a simplified 4-step pe. Peer Feedback in the Classroom can help students take more responsibility for their work, allowing the teacher to facilitate student-centered learning that is relational and empowering. This is a book I will keep on my desk and refer to throughout the s: 5. Peer to Peer Feedback!The Praise, Question, Polish (PQP) is a way to help all writers provide feedback in a peer conference during the writing process or during any unit of begin, I would assign writing partners during a unit of study to keep consistency. Pair writers that are around the. Download file to see previous pages The essay explains the role of peer feedback in helping them improve their EFL writing competencies. Following this, a section of the paper presents the concept of peer feedback in detail. Finally, the last section looks at the issue of collaborative learning, in order to provide a theoretical basis for the process of peer feedback to help better understand.

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(). The effect of peer and teacher feedback on changes in EFL students’ writing self-efficacy. The Language Learning Journal: Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. Cited by: A study was conducted to explore the nature and effectiveness of peer feedback in EFL writing classrooms.

High- and low-proficient Japanese EFL learners par- the effect of peer feedback on students’ subsequent revisions, (c) the nature of peer interaction, and (c) the students’ attitudes toward peer feed- 14 TAEKO KAMIMURA.

The aim of this study is to find out the effects of peer feedback on EFL students’ written performances in essay writing. For this end, this experimental study was conducted with a group of students studying at the English preparatory school of a state university in Turkey during the academic year.

Students received feedback from their peers for the four different essay tasks for Author: Eren Uymaz. An investigation of university EFL students’ attitudes toward peer and teacher feedback Napaporn Srichanyachon Bangkok University, Thailand.

E-mail: [email protected] Accepted 6 August, This study aims to investigate university EFL students' attitudes toward two types of revision methods, namely, peer feedback and teacher feedback. 1) How does peer feedback affect students’ oral proficiency.

2) How do students perceive of peer feedback in improving their oral proficiency. Literature Review Peer feedback is an interactive learning process which makes it possible for students to examine others’ work as well as their own. Many of its benefits have been found. First. EFL learners in peer feedback outside the classroom (Chen, ).

Due to the challenges and issues arising from face-to-face peer feedback in writing classes, including the EFL Arab context, the current study focused on EFL Arab undergraduate learners’ engagement in asynchronous peer feedback in a Facebook group. The effects of trained peer review on EFL students’ peer feedback, constituting approximately only 14% of the total revisions, contributed less than teacher feedback and other- The first two questions are related to the strength of the impact of peer feedback on students’ revisions, and the latter three seek to examine the.

The peer comments were mainly about specific content. They helped the students to realize that they needed to include more explanation or information in their text. As a result, adding sentences to the text was the most popular way of revising for the students.

A critical peer feedback model is concluded by the mechanism of process, contents, factors and issues for attention during critical peer feedback. This book also discusses the implications for the.

Min HT: The effects of trained peer review on EFL students' revision types and writing quality. Journal of Second Language Writing– The teachers’ perspectives regarding peer feedback in EFL classes focused on the effectiveness and benefits of peer feedback, and students’ competency to give peer comments.

As for the effectiveness of peer feedback and to what extent peer feedback can benefit students and their learning, teachers’ perceptions vary a lot, too. This study contributes new knowledge to the field by relating students’ motives to other key elements in peer feedback such as peer stances, group interaction and student revisions of L2 writing, yielding a deepened understanding of students’ participation in and engagement with peer feedback in EFL writing.

The purpose of this study was to leam more about how EFL (English as Foreign Language) students interacted during peer feedback conferences. Thirty EFL students from Mexico aged 10 to 14. This study aims to investigate university EFL students' attitudes toward two types of revision methods, namely, peer feedback and teacher feedback.

Data are collected using students' self-report questionnaires and face-to-face semi-structured interviews. The samples are undergraduate students enrolled in Fundamental English course. Results show that the students. The current study investigated the effects of peer review on the development of writing abilities.

An experimental group conducted peer reviews in addition to writing practice with teacher feedback, and a control group only practiced writing and received teacher feedback. The study was conducted over a 12‐week period in a high school EFL.

One student from the peer feedback group had used the Writing Centres 11 times and one had used the Writing Centres 29 times, so these two students were excluded from the study. Apart from these two students, the maximum number of visits to the Writing Centres made by a student in the peer feedback group over the one year period was four.

However, in the peer feedback class, over 60% of the students thought peer feedback was “useful” or “very useful”, a contrast to 22% in the teacher feedback class who held the same view. This may indicate that experience of peer feedback has a positive impact on student perceptions.

Peer Influence 2 on both the positive and negative roles of peer groups in adolescent socialization and academic performance. According to Castrogiovanni (), a peer group is defined as a small group of. The need for supporting the practice of teaching English as Foreign Language (EFL) writing at tertiary level has been the major concern for researchers and practitioners.

Peer feedback has received much attention since its effectiveness in enhancing. Ali AbuSeileek and Awatif Abualsha’r Peer CMC Feedback to Support EFL Learners' Writing Language Learning & Technology 77 corrective-feedback methods and techniques that may support students when receiving peer-corrective feedback in a manner that may aid them more in the development of their writing performance.

Despite. study investigating Vietnamese EFL students’ perceptions of peer feedback given to their writing blogs, T.

Nguyen () argues that writing blogs has a positive impact on developing the students’ motivation and independent learning and emphasises that training students.

way for EFL students to improve their writing (Min, ). PEER REVIEW Peer review, which is referred to under different names such as peer response, peer feedback, peer editing, or peer evaluation, can be defined as "use of learners as sources of information and.

Student feedback was obtained through questionnaires and one-on-one interviews with the instructor. Qualitative data confirms previous research (K ellem, ) that argued for the inclusion of multiple approaches to literary analysis.

younger ages, tertiary level EFL instructors can expect to encounter students with greater levels. Student Perspectives of Peer Assessment for Learning in a Public Speaking course 1. (Asian EFL Journal, Vol.

33, January ) 1 Student perspectives of peer assessment for learning in a Public Speaking course Eddy White Abstract This peer assessment (PA) case study was conducted to determine student feelings about a student-centered assessment procedure, and whether it was.

Rather, identifying effective corrective feedback is an important part for the improvment of EFL students' writing skill. Therefore, this book attempts to compare and identify the effective feedback provision techniques in English as a foreign language : Eskinder Getachew.

AbstractDrawing from a sociocultural framework, this paper reports a study which investigated peer assistance among 10 mixed-age pairs (n=20) in mixed-age English as a foreign language (EFL) secondary school classrooms in Germany which are simultaneously mixed-ability classrooms.

Mixed-age is increasingly used (Kallery and Loupidou ; Kuhl et al. ; Thurn. a global level (Thompson, ). Developing the students’ editing skills (the local level) is also necessary as the grammatical inaccuracies can have negative effects on the overall quality of our students’ writing (Ferris, ).

This study seeks to investigate the impact of peer review on two groups of EFL. 10 tools for effective peer feedback in the classroom. A simple, but incredibly effective way for students to give one another feedback is through the commenting feature in G Suite tools. A2: Using Google Tools such as the ability to post comments on an item in Google Docs is one way I have incorporated peer feedback digitally.

peer feedback, peer review or peer evaluation. Formative assessment is based on the process of learning and focuses on progress, rather than results, which is the focus of summative assessment (Hedge, ).

Formative assessment can be performed by oneself, a teacher, or a peer, and in this case it is the feedback from peers that is in focus. There is an increasing understanding of the gap that exists between feedback given to students and feedback actually used by students (Cartney, ).

Peer assessment can act as a ‘vehicle’ to enable students to make better use of feedback they receive (Case Study 1). This article reviews research on peer feedback in second language (L2) writing published in the last decade (i.e. –). We analyse first the theoretical underpinnings that have informed both peer feedback research and the pedagogical use of peer feedback .4 | Peer Feedback in the Classroom often received more positively than teacher-to-student feedback.

With basic instruction and ongoing support, students can learn to be excep-tional peer strategists, providing thoughtful insight into what works from an audience’s perspective and offering constructive strategies for improvement.A careful, systematic self-assessment of the written feedback produced and provided to students in an EFL academic writing course at a university in Japan is the focus of this investigation.

In the context of that third-year academic writing course, written feedback on 21 first drafts of student essays will be described in a systematic manner.