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How Teachers’ Disciplinary Background and Experience Influence their Use of Evaluative Resources

  

Project Type: Practitioner Inquiry - Autonomous
Discipline: English Language
Duration: 01/2012 - 12/2012
Domain: Assessments


Abstract:

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To explore linguistic aspects of crafting evaluative reports and whether teaching experience and disciplinary background have an effect on teachers' use of evaluative language on their written feedback (i.e., evaluative reports) on students' academic work. This study hopes to shed light on how as educators, we can give effective feedback and address the affective development of our students through the effective use of various evaluative resources available.




Research Personnel:


Role Name Department
Investigator Ms Choo Li Lin PeRL
Advisor Assoc Prof Dr. Hu Guangwei English Language and Literature, NIE

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