Technologically and linguistically adventurous EFL teacher, trainer, writer and manager

This was a post I’d been meaning to write for a long time! Since doing the Delta exam a few years ago, I’ve been experimenting with different ways to mark writing. To find out what the current results of this experiment are, take a look at my latest post for TeachingEnglish British Council, describing how I give feedback on short pieces of writing of up to 300 words. How do you approach marking?

Marking writing

Comments on: "Giving feedback on writing (TeachingEnglish blog associates)" (4)

  1. Hi Sandy,

    Thank you for posting this! I think it’s an amazing way to give feedback on writing. I’ll make sure to try it as soon as I get a chance!

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  2. This is exactly the post I was looking for. I’m running an input session for our teachers tomorrow and wanted something a little different to what we’ve usually done. I knew you’d have some insights for us to discuss Sandy! Thanks!

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