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Title: EFL Students' Journal: A Reflective Medium to Look at Students' Beliefs in English Teaching and Learning
Authors: Ragawanti, Debora Tri
Keywords: student journal;feedback;student beliefs;reflective learning
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Assumption University Press
Abstract: This study advocates the use of student journals in the teaching and learning process a way of obtaining feedback on what students think, feel and believe about what and how they are learning in a particular course. The evidence for this suggestion comes from the researcher's experience in a particular learning situation which utilized such journals as part of the course. Information obtained from students in a non-threatening, supportive way, may be valuable for a teacher to adapt in order to address the concerns of his or her students. Such journals also provide insight into the positive and negative patterns of behaviour a student may evince in the learning process. Journals are one way of empowering students to contribute to the improvement of their learning of English.
Description: The New English Teacher, Vol. 3.1/3.2, Jan/Aug 2009, p. 178-189
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/5254
ISSN: 1905-7725
Appears in Collections:Published Research Reports

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