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Peer Feedback and Feedforward towards EFL Argumentative Writing

  title={Peer Feedback and Feedforward towards EFL Argumentative Writing},
  author={Rittu Gambhir and Supong Tangkiengsirisin},
This study aims to understand the main types of feedback peers use in an argumentative writing class at a private university in Thailand; and investigates the attitudes of the 30 EFL students towards peer feedback and feedforward. Peer feedback was provided on the draft and final versions of two argumentative essays assigned by the teacher. The types of comments provided by the peer on the peer feedback form, memo and essay were collected and analyzed quantitatively. Questionnaire was used to… 


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