4 edition of Teacher commentary on student papers found in the catalog.
Teacher commentary on student papers
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Ode Ogede|
|LC Classifications||LB2368 .T43 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 132 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||2002025208|
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It is noteworthy that they contrasted these % of the papers with the 83% that "pronounced on the paper in a distanced tone" (p. ), a tone not likely to promote the kind of bond between teacher and student that Sipple's () student respondents described as a product of receiving recorded commentary. Teacher views of response to student writing. As already noted, previous research on response to student writing has yielded many helpful insights and indeed produced the “best practices” suggestions for response shown in Fig. r, a sizable gap in the research base has been consultations with teachers themselves about what they do with regard to feedback Cited by:
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The contributors to Teacher Commentary on Student Papers analyze some of the cultural, social, and moral changes that have altered the way in which education is given and received, and they offer approaches that have assisted them as teachers both in evaluating the quality of student writing and guiding students to improve their : Hardcover.
Read the full-text online edition of Teacher Commentary on Student Papers: Conventions, Beliefs, and Practices (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Teacher Commentary on Student Papers. Here are some suggestions on how to make your comments meaningful to students.
For more detailed advice about writing comments on papers, see Commenting on Student Papers. Think about the sorts of comments that you find helpful and unhelpful. For example, avoid one-word comments such as “good,” “unclear,” or “awkward.”.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction: Some words of encouragement and hope for the teacher / Ode Ogede --Comments in context: how students use and abuse instructor comments / Ronnie Beadles, Robert Samuels --Overcoming marginalization: promoting active leaning by teaching the.
Get this from a library. Teacher commentary on student papers: conventions, beliefs, and practices. [Ode Ogede;] -- Ten concerned teachers share their perspectives on tested ways of commenting on student papers, examining prevailing conventions, and teasing out fresh ways for teachers to stimulate students'.
The Teacher's Commentary Hardcover – January 1, by Lawrence ds (Author) out of 5 stars 24 ratings/5(20). The Influence of Teacher Commentary on Student Revision DANA R. FERRIS California State University, Sacramento In this study, the author examined over 1, marginal and end comments written on first drafts of papers by 47 advanced university ESL students, considering both the pragmatic goals for and the linguistic features of each comment.
Examines marginal and end comments written on the first drafts of essays of advanced university students of English as a Second Language in terms of their pragmatic goals and linguistic features.
Findings indicate the importance of helping students process feedback successfully and providing text-specific feedback. (65 references) (Author/CK)Cited by: Effective Comments and Revisions in Student Writing from WAC Courses Joel Wingard, Moravian College, and Angela Geosits, The Catholic University of America Abstract: Although teacher commentary on student papers and students' revisions have been investigated separately, the relationship between commentary and revision has not been much studied.
Teacher response to student writing is a vital, though neglected, aspect of L2 composition research.
The present study adds to the previous research through the development and implementation of an original analysis model, designed to examine both the pragmatic aims and the linguistic forms of teachers' written by: How to Write a Commentary.
At some point in your life, you'll probably have to write a commentary. Whether you're a teacher, editor, student, or amateur critic, knowing how to constructively analyze someone's work is a useful skill. There 62%(39). "The process of looking at student work in a collaborative manner helps teachers take a closer look at how they teach," Allen said.
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(shelved times as teacher-student) avg rating — 26, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Responding to a student’s paper involves (1) reading it carefully while making marginal comments, (2) writing a final comment in which you sum up the paper’s strengths and weaknesses, then (3) deciding on a grade.
Below are suggestions for accomplishing each of these tasks. Before Reading the Papers. This is perhaps the most crucial step File Size: KB.
The effect that this sort of grading can have on a student is enormous. Not only can it jeopardize their trust and comfort level with the subject matter and teacher, but it can leave the teacher open to reciprocal hostility.
Teachers have to grade papers anyway, and it takes hours to grade them thoroughly whether the comments are meaningful or not. By Julia Bleakney, PhD, Sohui Lee, PhD, and Sarah Pittock, PhD. Using comments to evaluate student writing and to teach writing “[F]eedback plays a leading role in undergraduate writing development when, but only when, students and teachers create a partnership through feedback—a transaction in which teachers engage with their students by treating them as.
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Sommers’ work is to analyze the effects of teacher comments on student work and how, through interviews, collection of papers, and data analysis, students respond to those comments.
Through the interviews with the undergraduate students involved in the project, Sommers learned that teacher commentary wanes after the First Year Composition course.look at this question of teacher commentary. As inveterate historical kibbitzers, we naturally started research by asking what sorts of comments teachers had made on student papers in the past.
Have teacher comments become more or less prescriptive, longer or shorter, more positive or more negative? We headed for the stacks to try to find out.Writing comments on student papers is something of an art: it requires a little thought and practice for the comments to be effective--that is, both read and attended to.
The following recommendations about writing comments were developed for students in writing and literature classes; however, with a little adjustment, they can be applied to.