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Title: Feedback Provided by Teachers During Their Teaching: A Study at Little Star Bilingual Pre-School
Authors: Wulan, Ari Resti Sapto
Keywords: types of feedback;bilingual pre- school teacher
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW
Abstract: This study attempts to investigate what kinds of feedback provided by Pre-school Teacher during their teaching and how that feedback applied in the class. The subjects involved in this study are 3 teachers in different classes (Toddler, Playgroup and Kiddy Class) in Little Star Pre-school, Salatiga. The data collected in class observation used a camera recorder. After that, the data was transcribed and classified into the kinds of feedback on talk, based on Lyster and Ranta (1996) and Cole (1994) study. There are 7 kinds of feedback that given to the students. The finding shows that total types of feedback at all level (Toddler, Playgroup and Kiddy) are : explicit correction is (44%), clarification request (20%), metalinguistic feedback (12 %), elicitation and the use of feedback using expression/ gesture (8% each) and repetition and recast (4%).
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/5210
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