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Title: THE RELATIONSHIP BEETWEN EFL STUDENTS' PERCEPTION OF WRITTEN FEEDBACK AND THEIR WRITIlvG PROFICIENCY
Authors: Zerihun, Endale
Advisors: W/zo Elizabeth Ayalew
Keywords: RELATIONSHIP BEETWEN EFL STUDENTS'
Copyright: Jun-2009
Date Added: 28-Nov-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: This study aims at investigating if there is any relationship between students' perception of written feedback that teachers provide for writing tasks arid their actual writing proficiency. And the study also aims at finding out how students use the written feedback provided by teachers for writing tasks. To achieve the objectives set, necessary data were collected through questionnaire and writing skills test, which were given to 90 students. Data about perception of students and some other related issues were collected through the questionnaire. Through the writing skills test, the subjects' actual writing proficiency was obtained. The students' perception about written feedback is found to have substantial correlation (0.78) with their actual writing skills. The data obtained from the questionnaire also revealed that students did not show any interest to read teachers' feedback for their writing tasks.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/4100
Appears in:Thesis - Teaching English as a Foreign Language

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