Teachers sometimes hesitate to assign writing tasks because of the correction work it creates. However, students benefit from frequent writing practice and the corrective feedback they receive. One solution is for teachers to work longer hours. Another is to find ways to integrate automatic corrective feedback into second language pedagogy. CorrectiveFeedback.com provides teachers with a range of tools to automate aspects of corrective feedback to order to provide more explicit, more detailed, more focused and more frequent feedback on writing.
Nicholas Walker has a Master's in Applied Linguistics from Concordia University (2009) and currently teaches ESL at Collège Ahuntsic in Montreal. In his spare time, he develops ESL power tools to solve practical problems in his own classroom.
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