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In this project, I investigated student perceptions of Dynamic Written Corrective Feedback (Evans, Hartshorn, McCollum, &Wolfersberger, 2010), a specific method of providing accuracy feedback, in developmental writing classes for multilingual students. Via a quasi-experimental design using treatment and control sections of this developmental writing program’s three levels, I collected and contrasted survey data from a total of 145 students. I then interviewed three students (one international and two generation 1.5) representing a range of perceptions of DWCF. Participants generally appreciated and valued DWCF, especially as a complement to a grammar textbook, and students of classes that used DWCF reported higher scores on most survey items, such as quality of grammar feedback and general class instruction. I also present students’ pedagogical suggestions for better integration of DWCF in writing classes.
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Kurzer, K. (2018). Student Perceptions of Dynamic Written Corrective Feedback in Developmental Multilingual Writing Classes. Journal of Response to Writing, 4(2). Retrieved from https://journalrw.org/index.php/jrw/article/view/124
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