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Research Design : Written Feedback

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Research Design : Written Feedback -> 전부 영어

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Abstract

Ⅰ. Introduction

Ⅱ. Literature of Review
2.1 Fluency and Accuracy
2.2 Form-focused Instruction (FFI)
2.3 Feedback in Teaching Writing
2.4 Written Feedback

Ⅲ. Research Questions

Ⅳ. Method
4.1 Participants
4.2 Materials
4.3 Procedures
4.4 Analyses

Ⅴ. Results

Ⅵ. Discussion /Conclusion

Reference

Appendix

본문내용

Ⅰ. Introduction

Writing is considered the most difficult function to teach and be taught, and it could be regarded natural in a sense, considering that the ability to write is likely to cross the line which discriminates each language function. Beyond vocabulary, grammar and isolated sentences, to write well requires even the ability to incorporate and apply them to what the writer wishes to write. In a consequence, writing can is so complex that anyone with poor writing proficiency is easily overwhelmed and throws the pen away. In the reality of Korean English classroom, for students who can`t get the sense of even words` meaning well, educators can`t help focusing on language form.
Along with the availability of focus on form, feedback type provided to students in teaching writing English is differentiated from that in any other language function because it is usually given by way of students` writing task. In addition to the medium, giving a feedback is challenging to teachers since it requires lots of time and efforts.

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