Academic speaking uas

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Academic speaking uas

  1. 1. Academic Speaking UAS - UHAMKA Presented by Laksmy ERROR CORRECTION 1 Written by Rolf Donald (Teacher and teacher trainner, Eastbourne School of English)
  2. 2. Error correction dealing with one individual’s piece of writing or utterance
  3. 3. 5 keys areas that can be highlight 1. Attitude to error correction 2. Categorizing errors 3. Model for correcting writing 4. The role of planning 5. Practical techniques or idea for correcting writing
  4. 4. 1. Attitude to Error Correction  Teachers influence by: the fact that English is a second language so their emphasis was on correctness in delivering the material  Student
  5. 5.  Error by the reason It is the result of a random guess It was produced while testing out hypotheses It is slip of the tongue ( carelessness, fatigue)  Error by linguistic types A lexical error (vocabulary) A phonological (pronunciation) A syntactic error (grammar) An interpretive error (misunderstanding of speaker’s meaning 2. Categorizing error
  6. 6. 3. Models for correcting writing Some models for correcting writing  Comprehensibility Can they understand the output? Are these area is in coherence?  Task Has the student finished the task?
  7. 7. 4. The role of planning Give students time to make a plan  Giving cohesion  Making good layout  Choosing good grammar and vocabulary
  8. 8. 4. Practical techniques  Training students to edit Help student to develop their editing skills in funny way or games  Correction techniques Underlining the error using different color Correct error by writing the correct one in their place
  9. 9. Conclusion Some effective techniques of giving error correction will make students become better learners

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