— [http://goo.gl/LQuSFU] Responding and giving formative feedback._______________________Combining the oral, the digital and the written aspects.
Responding and Giving Formative Feedback at lower secondary school in Norway, 2015; Pedagogy, Benjamin Madeira, PDF ::
A ninth-grade student in the ESL classroom ::
In presenting a feedback or a response to the text that the student handed in on the topic of ‘war,’ it is essential to note that the student is studying English as a second language. Therefore, the kind of response that his teacher will give to the student will take into consideration the level of his language development.
When revising my student’s first five-paragraph essay on “war,” I recorded a descriptive feedback video given to him to emphasize strengths, identify challenges and point to the next steps to help him move his work forward (Take Credit, 2015, Ulriksen et al., Lessons 11).
Focused on the aspects the student has done well in his paper ::
A very promising text ::
In the structure aspect, the paragraphing follows the expected format that students are taught in class, in this case, the presence of an introduction, the body whereby the student has begun to develop his claims, and lastly the summary or the conclusion as discussed by Drew and Bingham (43).
Modeled strategies through the feedback ::
Self-alteration and self-evaluation level ::
Move the text forward by modeling a thesis statement ::
Useful feedback can be time consuming ::
A video response instead of a dull paper ::
•  Budimlic, Damir. “Written Feedback in English, Teachers’ Practices and Cognition.” Trondheim, Norway: NTNU Master’s Degree. (2012). Web. http://goo.gl/CjrmWA
•  Burke, Deirdre M, and Jacqueline Adele Pieterick. Giving Students Effective Written Feedback. Maidenhead: Open University Press, 2010. Print.
•  Gallagher, Kelly. Teaching Adolescent Writers. Portland, Me: Stenhouse Publishers, 2006. Print.
•  Hattie, John. Visible learning. London & New York: Routledge. (2009). Print.
•  LK06, English subject curriculum, revised version (Aug. 2013); The Norwegian LK06, in English; The Norwegian LK06, in Norwegian. Utdanningsdirektoratet (Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research). Web. http://goo.gl/gJlaH9
•  Mathisen, Petter. "Video Feedback in Higher Education - A Contribution to Improving the Quality of Written Feedback.” UNIVERSITETSFORLAGET, Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy, Vol 7, 2012, nr. 02. Faculty of Humanities and Education/Pedagogical Development Center-PULS. University of Agder, Norway. (2012) Web. http://goo.gl/wdOjp7
•  Normann, Anita. Revising and editing texts. Take Credit, NTNU: Lesson 11, 2015. Web. Retrieved on Feb 2015 from https://goo.gl/6lXoyA
——— Responding to and assessing writing. Take Credit, NTNU: Lesson 12, 2015. Web. Retrieved on Feb 2015 from https://goo.gl/icK93Y
•  Drew, Sue, and Rosie Bingham. The Guide To Learning And Study Skills. Surrey, England: Gower. (2010). Print.