Feedback Matters: Current Feedback Practices in the EFL Classroom by Margit ReitbauerFeedback Matters: Current Feedback Practices in the EFL Classroom by Margit Reitbauer

Feedback Matters: Current Feedback Practices in the EFL Classroom

EditorMargit Reitbauer, Nancy Campbell, Sarah Mercer

Hardcover | July 30, 2013

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This rich and varied collection of papers is concerned with feedback in the language learning context. Each chapter deals with a different aspect of the feedback process including peer feedback, online feedback, learner-centred feedback, feedback formulation as well as feedback on specific skill areas. With its blend of theoretical overviews, action research-based empirical studies and practical implications, it will be a valuable resource for all academics and practitioners concerned with generating feedback that matters.
Margit Reitbauer, Nancy Campbell, Sarah Mercer, Jennifer Schumm Fauster and Renate Vaupetitsch are lecturers and teacher trainers at the Department of English Studies at the University of Graz (Austria).
Title:Feedback Matters: Current Feedback Practices in the EFL ClassroomFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.83 × 0.98 inPublished:July 30, 2013Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3631643160

ISBN - 13:9783631643167

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Table of Contents

Contents: Guenther Sigott: A Global Perspective on Feedback – Sarah Mercer/Stephen Ryan: Praising to Learn: Learning to Praise – Margit Reitbauer/Renate Vaupetitsch: Corrective Feedback in the Constructivist Classroom – Nancy Campbell/Jennifer Schumm Fauster: Learner-centred Feedback on Writing: Feedback as Dialogue – Anja Burkert/Johannes Wally: Peer Reviewing in a Collaborative Teaching and Learning Environment – Irena Meštrović Štajduhar: Web-based Peer Feedback from the Students’ Perspective – Ian Clark: Online Peer Review in the Teaching of Academic Business Writing – Martina Elicker/Ulla Fürstenberg: Feedback in Student Writing: A Closer Look at Code-Marking – Alma Jahić: Student Responses to Feedback on the Use of Sources – Michael Phillips/Nick Scott: Giving Feedback on EFL Learner Presentations – Ingrid Pfandl-Buchegger/Isabel Landsiedler/Milena Insam: Feedback on Pronunciation.