Feedback & error correction with web 2.0 tools

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Presentaiton given at the INGED AGM, 2nd Nov, 2013 in Ankara, Turkey

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Feedback & error correction with web 2.0 tools

  1. 1. David Dodgson TED Ankara College
  2. 2. Image by Maddy Lou
  3. 3. X Good but be careful with spelling! Remember: She goes NOT She’s goes!!
  4. 4. Teacher collects, marks & corrects written work Annotated work returned to students with corrections Paper put away never to be seen again
  5. 5.    Focuses on content Responds to what the learner has written Encourages the student to revisit and redraft FEEDBACK   Highlights mistakes with grammar, vocabulary, structure, register, etc. Guides the students to improved use of language ERROR CORRECTION
  6. 6. Image by toolstop
  7. 7.      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!
  8. 8. Writing • (Revising/redrafting) Response Comments
  9. 9. Image by @mkofab via eltpics  Doesn’t it all take a lot of time (preparation, review and class time)?  Yes, but web 2.0 tools can help 
  10. 10.      Google Drive – an online document service Set up shared documents and watch your students write ‘live’. Make comments and suggestions as they write. Easily correct/highlight errors. Save time! EXAMPLE 1 EXAMPLE 2
  11. 11.     Screencasting – a way of recording the screen and making audio comments. Give detailed feedback in a matter of minutes. Save the video and share with students. Popular tools include Jing, Screencast-o-matic, and Screenr. EXAMPLE 1
  12. 12.      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 coloured markers! Make sure they review their own work afterwards and look for similar mistakes. EXAMPLE 1
  13. 13. Image by Langwitches
  14. 14. dave.dodgson@gmail.com http://www.davedodgson.com @DaveDodgson

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