Feedback in EFL Writing at Tertiary Level: Teachers' and Learners' Perceptions

@inproceedings{Azad2012FeedbackIE,
  title={Feedback in EFL Writing at Tertiary Level: Teachers' and Learners' Perceptions},
  author={Abul Kalam Azad},
  year={2012}
}
Feedback is seen as an essential aspect of second language writing pedagogy. Teachers spend a lot of time in correcting and commenting on students’ writings. Learners also expect feedback on their writings in order to know their strengths and weaknesses. Despite its central role in second language writing, research on feedback has produced conflicting results. The present study through a survey explores Bangladeshi EFL university teachers’ and learners’ perceptions of the issue of feedback. The… CONTINUE READING

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