Departmental Bulletin Paper A study to develop peer feedback classification scheme
滝澤, 伊都子

32pp.115 - 135 , 2015-07-26京都 , 同志社女子大学英語英文学会
This study aims to investigate peer feedback in an English as a foreign language (EFL) context in Japan. For that purpose, a classification scheme was developed through process which confirmed the strong validity and reliability of the outcome. The participants were 14 female Japanese college students enrolled in a junior seminar course on Applied Linguistics. Their comments were collected weekly throughout the semester and were categorized into 11 functions based on the classification scheme. Based on the results of the study, it was found that coherence, academic elaboration and praise were frequently employed in peer feedback and that critique, question, and world elaboration were not frequently employed. As a result, it can be said that the peer feedback classification scheme is reliable to elicit the content of peer feedback.

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