Audio Feedback for Student Writing
While teachers have traditionally given students feedback on their writing in writing, advances in digital technology have made spoken, recorded feedback a viable option. Spoken feedback can be more pleasant and efficient to give than written feedback, and students tend to respond positively to the intimacy of the spoken voice and the greater nuance of spoken comments. Topics will include benefits and drawbacks of recorded oral feedback, types of oral feedback, and options for recording and disseminating recorded responses.
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