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The Impact of Different Modes of Collaborative Interactions among Peers: Peer Review and Revisions in Electronic vs. Traditional Modes on L2 Writing

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Title:The Impact of Different Modes of Collaborative Interactions among Peers: Peer Review and Revisions in Electronic vs. Traditional Modes on L2 Writing
Authors:Kim, Yun-Seon
Keywords:online class
interaction
L2 writing
modality
revision
Date Issued:2007
Abstract:This study investigates the differences between two writing classes which have the same textbooks, content, and course objectives of academic literacy achievement but have different modes of instruction: technology-enhanced versus traditional. It examined how peer feedback differs in these two contexts and how those differences affect students’ revisions. The data was collected from multiple sources: oral interaction in peer review sessions, written responses, and student and teacher interviews and a classroom observation. The results evidenced that the modes of communication in the form of peer feedback did not have any obstacles for the L2 writings in the on-line class.
Pages/Duration:38 pages
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/20189
Appears in Collections: Student Work - ELI


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