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15. What’s the most effective way to give feedback to learners?


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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin
  • The feedback you give a learner should affirm what they’ve done, inform them as to whether or not it is correct and why, and guide them to further development and learning of a particular strategy or skill.
  • All three are needed to have an impact on the learner and their writing. For example:
  • Affirm

    Affirm Sample 1

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  • Inform

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  • Guide

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