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The attachment is a review of Icy Lee's work Classroom Writing Assessment and Feedback in L2 School Contexts (2017). It contributes to discourse surrounding assessment and feedback in English L2 writing in the school context. With the increasing demands on school L2 English language learners, the expectations for writing competence are also becoming more complex. To foster learner critical-thinking and the improvement of learning and teaching, Lee makes a strong case for moving away from summative, assessment of learning (AoL) methods towards assessment for learning (AfL) and assessment as learning (AaL) practices.
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