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Role of Teacher, Peer and Teacher-Peer Feedback in Enhancing ESL Students' Writing

@inproceedings{Maarof2011RoleOT,
  title={Role of Teacher, Peer and Teacher-Peer Feedback in Enhancing ESL Students' Writing},
  author={Nooreiny Maarof and Hamidah binti Yamat and Kee Li Li},
  year={2011}
}
The English language is learned as a second language in Malaysian secondary schools and writing is an essential component. Although some students may be able to write essays, the quality of these essays remains rather low. This paper describes a study that examined ESL students' perception of the role of teacher, peer and combined teacher-peer feedback in ESL writing. A total of 150 students from five secondary schools responded to a questionnaire comprising 32 items on a 4-point Likert scale… 

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