Good but be careful with spelling!
Remember: She goes NOT She’s goes!!
Teacher collects, marks &
corrects written work
Annotated work returned to
students with corrections
Paper put away never to be
Focuses on content
Responds to what the
learner has written
Encourages the student
to revisit and redraft
Guides the students to
improved use of
I really enjoyed reading about your best
friend and I want to know more!
Her favourite animal is a rabbit – has she
got a pet rabbit?
She has got 1 or 2 fish – goldfish? Has she
got an aquarium?
She goes to Charles de Gaulle – is she
French? Or can she speak French?
Please tell me more!
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Doesn’t it all take a lot of time (preparation,
review and class time)?
Yes, but web 2.0 tools can help
Google Drive – an online
Set up shared documents
and watch your students
Make comments and
suggestions as they write.
Screencasting – a way of
recording the screen and
making audio comments.
Give detailed feedback in a
matter of minutes.
Save the video and share
Popular tools include Jing,
Titanpad - an online notepad that allows
collaboration on documents (no sign-up).
Create a paragraph using common errors
made by your students.
Share the pad with groups and ask them
to identify and correct the mistakes.
Can also be done via google drive, Word
or just do it on the board with different
Make sure they review their own work
afterwards and look for similar mistakes.