This book is an outcome of the 9th ELT Research Conference organised by Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University. The papers in this volume illustrate some of the key research interests and priorities for English language teaching in Turkey and provide significant insights into a range of contemporary issues and practices in the field. The papers present research focusing on issues in the areas of technology, learners, teacher training and post-graduate education, which have been gathered together in four sections, each section containing articles covering several different aspects of the topic in question.
Anonymous Multi-Mediated Writing Model: Peer Feedback Exchange in EAP (Salim Razı)
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Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey
Anonymous Multi-Mediated Writing Model: Peer Feedback Exchange in Eap2
Abstract: This study compared the impact of ‘open’ and ‘anonymous’ peer feedback in a digital environment by implementing an ‘anonymous multi-mediated writing model’ to enable a balanced distribution of asymmetrical and symmetrical feedback anonymously. The data were gathered from 60 students on an academic writing course at a Turkish university who were divided into two groups with similar writing proficiency and subcategorized as ‘good’, ‘moderate’ and ‘weak’. For each assignment they peer reviewed three papers from each subcategory, either anonymously or openly. After receiving feedback, they revised and resubmitted their assignments. The findings revealed the positive effects of anonymity, which encouraged students to provide a more honest critique of each other’s work. Moreover, EAP learners at different proficiency levels benefited due to the balanced distribution of asymmetrical and symmetrical peer feedback.
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