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No code: Written feedback and error correction in the language classroom<br />David Dodgson<br />TED Ankara College<br />I...
Which age groups do you work with?<br />A. Pre-School/Kindergarten<br />B. Primary/Elementary School<br />C. Middle School...
Put your teacher’s hat on...<br />
Put your teacher’s hat on...<br />Sp?<br />X<br />G<br />Sp?<br />W.O.<br />G<br />Sp?<br />?<br />Good but be careful wit...
Put yourself in the learners’ shoes...<br />Image by Maddy Lou<br />
The end of the process?<br />
Focusing on content<br />Image by toolstop<br />
From my classroom...<br />
From my classroom...<br />I really enjoyed reading about your best friend and I want to know more!<br />Her favourite anim...
A part of the process, not the end<br />
What about error correction?<br />Image by Mad African<br />
Why ‘no code’?<br />
Why ‘no code’?<br />
A collaborative solution<br />Image by ToGa Wanderings<br />
A collaborative solution<br />Create a paragraph using common errors made by your students.<br />Put them in groups of 3 o...
Doesn’t it all take a lot of time (preparation and class time)?<br />Yes, but it’s worth it!<br />Can kids really think cr...
Let it grow...<br />Image by Langwitches<br />
Contact me<br />dave.dodgson@gmail.com<br />http://www.davedodgson.com<br />@DaveDodgson<br />
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  1. 1. No code: Written feedback and error correction in the language classroom<br />David Dodgson<br />TED Ankara College<br />Image by D Sharon Pruitt<br />
  2. 2. Which age groups do you work with?<br />A. Pre-School/Kindergarten<br />B. Primary/Elementary School<br />C. Middle School<br />D. High School/University prep<br />E. Adult learners<br />First, a quick poll...<br />
  3. 3. Put your teacher’s hat on...<br />
  4. 4. Put your teacher’s hat on...<br />Sp?<br />X<br />G<br />Sp?<br />W.O.<br />G<br />Sp?<br />?<br />Good but be careful with spelling!<br />Remember: She goes NOT She’s goes!!<br />
  5. 5. Put yourself in the learners’ shoes...<br />Image by Maddy Lou<br />
  6. 6. The end of the process?<br />
  7. 7. Focusing on content<br />Image by toolstop<br />
  8. 8. From my classroom...<br />
  9. 9. From my classroom...<br />I really enjoyed reading about your best friend and I want to know more!<br />Her favourite animal is a rabbit – has she got a pet rabbit?<br />She has got 1 or 2 fish – goldfish? Has she got an aquarium?<br />She goes to Charles de Gaulle – is she French? Or can she speak French?<br />Please tell me more!<br />
  10. 10. A part of the process, not the end<br />
  11. 11. What about error correction?<br />Image by Mad African<br />
  12. 12. Why ‘no code’?<br />
  13. 13. Why ‘no code’?<br />
  14. 14. A collaborative solution<br />Image by ToGa Wanderings<br />
  15. 15. A collaborative solution<br />Create a paragraph using common errors made by your students.<br />Put them in groups of 3 or 4 and ask them to identify and correct the mistakes.<br />Can be done on computer via typewith.me, google docs, etc.<br />Or just do it on the board with different coloured markers!<br />Make sure they review their own work afterwards and look for similar mistakes.<br />
  16. 16. Doesn’t it all take a lot of time (preparation and class time)?<br />Yes, but it’s worth it!<br />Can kids really think critically in this way?<br />You’d be surprised!<br />During collaborative error correction, don’t they use a lot of L1?<br />Yes, but so what? <br />Questions I’m often asked...<br />
  17. 17. Let it grow...<br />Image by Langwitches<br />
  18. 18. Contact me<br />dave.dodgson@gmail.com<br />http://www.davedodgson.com<br />@DaveDodgson<br />
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