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2018 | 1/2018 | 47-60
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The role of feedback and examples of techniques leading to its successful use

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This paper displays the definition of feedback, its role in the learning process and presents different modes of how feedback may be organised in classroom conditions. The first issue presented in the article is related to types of mistakes and their sources. The following points are devoted to the matter of who makes corrections. To be more precise, three of them: teacher – student correction, student – student correction and self-correction are discussed and supported with appropriate techniques which lead to a successful accomplishment of feedback.
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Poniższy artykuł ma za zadanie wyjaśnić co to jest informacja zwrotna, ukazać rolę jaką pełni w procesie nauczania oraz przedstawić różne sposoby jej wdrożenia w pracy z uczniami. Pierwszym aspektem poruszonym w tym artykule jest opis rodzajów błędów oraz wskazanie ich pochodzenia. Kolejne punkty dotyczą kwestii kto inicjuje i kto dokonuje poprawy błędów. Wymienione zostały trzy możliwości: nauczyciel – uczeń, uczeń – uczeń oraz autokorekta, które zostały dokładnie opisane oraz podparte odpowiednimi technikami będącymi kluczem do sukcesu w obrębie omawianego tematu.
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