Yıl 2018, Cilt , Sayı 13, Sayfalar 161 - 178 2018-12-30

Providing effective feedback on L2 academic writing
İkinci dilde akademik yazmada etkili dönüt sağlama

Rachael RUEGG [1]

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Different articles give different suggestions about how to provide effective feedback on L2 student writing.  However, context is an important factor influencing research results.  The suggestions in research articles may not be effective when taken out of the context of the article.  The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of a wide range of feedback practices that can be effectively used with L2 learners to promote learning, based on a review of literature. As context is such an important factor, in this article suggestions will be organized based on the purpose of the class for which the writing is undertaken and the purpose of the feedback. In particular, suggestions will be made in terms of the focus of feedback, medium of feedback delivery, level of explicitness, amount of feedback and source of feedback.  Finally, specific suggestions will be summarized for each stage of L2 writing learning, limitations of the article and suggestions for further empirical research will be made.

Öğrencilerin ikinci dilde yazmalarına nasıl etkili dönüt sağlanabileceğine dair farklı makalelerde farklı öneriler bulunmaktadır. Ancak bağlam, araştırma sonuçlarını etkileyen önemli bir unsurdur. Makalelerdeki öneriler, makalenin bağlamından soyutlandığında etkili olmayabilir. Bu çalışmanın amacı, alan yazın taramasına bağlı olarak, ikinci dil öğrenenlerin öğrenmelerini geliştirmek amacıyla etkili bir şekilde kullanılabilecek geniş çaplı dönüt uygulamalarının bir taramasını yapmaktır. Bağlam önemli bir unsur olduğu için, bu çalışmadaki öneriler yazmanın öğrenildiği dersin ve dönütün amacına bağlı olarak düzenlenecektir. Öneriler özellikle dönütün odak noktasına, dönüt verme yoluna, direk dönüt seviyesine, dönüt miktarına ve dönütün kaynağına göre verilecektir. Son olarak, yabancı dilde yazmayı öğrenmenin her bir safhası için öneriler özetlenecektir ve makalenin sınırlılıklarının yanı sıra daha ileri deneysel araştırmalar için öneriler yapılacaktır. 

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Yazar: Rachael RUEGG (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Victoria University of Wellington, School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
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APA RUEGG, R . (2018). Providing effective feedback on L2 academic writing. RumeliDE Dil ve Edebiyat Araştırmaları Dergisi, (13), 161-178. DOI: 10.29000/rumelide.504928
MLA RUEGG, R . "Providing effective feedback on L2 academic writing". RumeliDE Dil ve Edebiyat Araştırmaları Dergisi (2018): 161-178 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/rumelide/issue/41765/504928>
Chicago RUEGG, R . "Providing effective feedback on L2 academic writing". RumeliDE Dil ve Edebiyat Araştırmaları Dergisi (2018): 161-178
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