Students' Perception Toward Written Corrective Feedback in Writing Classroom

Rosdiana Rosdiana
Journal article Getsempena English Education Journal • 2016

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Abstract

The way to respond to students' drafting is still a controversial topic in Second Language Writing training and premise. Giving written corrective feedback in the process of teaching writing is a common practice by writing teachers because it is believed to be able to help students write better. The feedback may be given directly or indirectly. The feedback may be given in the form of comments, questions, suggestions, and or corrections. It seems to be no dispute about the first three kinds of feedback. But for the corrections as the feedback in the process of teaching writing, there are two opposing views; one view believes that correction is counter-productive while the other view believes that correction is helpful. This Study aimed to explore English Department Students' perception, beliefs, and attitude toward Written Corrective Feedback in writing classroom. Data were obtained from questionnaire and from follow up interview. The findings of an investigation on English Department Student of UIN Ar-Raniry showed that students' preferences for feedback and error correction on their writing. Most students wished their teacher to mark and correct errors for them and believe that Written Corrective Feedback was primarily the teacher's responsibility. Written Corrective Feedback definitely help the students in writing academic pieces better and more easily as they go through the writing process.

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Getsempena English Education Journal

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