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Feedback in Content-Based Instruction - Chapter Summary
We'll show you effective techniques you can use to ensure that your content feedback focuses on student achievement and reaching new goals. This guide will show how to provide effective feedback in a variety of formats so you'll be prepared to give great constructive criticism, regardless if it's on paper or orally. Our professional instructors are here to help you:
- Understand the importance of proper feedback that focuses on student achievement
- Provide oral constructive criticism
- Analyze the difference between explicit and implicit errors and what role they play in formulating effective feedback strategies
- Organize more effective peer-feedback sessions
The expert instructors featured in these short, informative video lessons can help you improve your content-based feedback. Our lessons come equipped with accurate transcripts for clarity and numerous video tags to allow you to jump back to specific lesson topics and learn at your own pace.
How It Helps
- Give More Effective Feedback: These lessons will help you implement more efficient content-based feedback techniques.
- Organize Better Peer-Feedback Sessions_: You'll be able to organize more effective peer-feedback sessions using our proven methods.
- Become More Versatile in Your Content-Based Feedback: We'll show you which techniques are more appropriate for certain formats.
- Adjust Feedback to Meet Needs of Students: By focusing on student achievement, you will develop skills in ways to adjust your feedback to different problems that students have.
By the end of this chapter you'll be able to:
- Better assess the needs of your students and provide appropriate feedback
- Give effective oral and written content-based feedback
- Optimize peer-feedback sessions
- Understand the difference between implicit and explicit errors and the role each play in proper content-based constructive criticism
1. Giving Written Feedback to Students: Examples & Overview
This lesson will illustrate the importance of providing students written feedback and explain how to do this in the way that most impacts student achievement.
2. Providing Oral Feedback in Language Instruction
The ability to give effective feedback to students is a valuable skill. This lesson provides teachers with advice on how to give constructive and relevant oral feedback to students in a language instruction environment.
3. Implicit vs. Explicit Error Correction in Language Instruction
In this lesson, we will discuss the correction of errors in language instruction. Correcting these errors can be explicit or implicit. We will explore what that means and how to use both methods effectively to improve language learning.
4. Teaching Students to Provide Peer Feedback
Teachers can help students effectively support one another via well-organized peer feedback systems. This lesson will help you teach students how to help one another!
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