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Making feedback work: Workshop

April 27 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Registration is open until 9am 27/04/2022

Taking place in person in Wills Memorial Building room 1.5

This workshop will introduce a practical theoretical framework (Halliday, 1994) that enables deeper understanding of what is going on in our students’ writing assignments (such as reports, essays, case studies, etc.).

The introduction of the framework will be followed by its application to students’ writing, as well as our feedback practices.

What to bring

If you can, please bring a sample of your students’ writing that you wish to analyse (incl. marking criteria).

If you can, please bring your laptop.

Session plan

  1. Meaning and purpose: Introduction to the framework.
  2. Deconstructing a text: Student writing analysis in action
  3. Constructing a text: Theory-informed feedback production
  4. Peer review.
  5. Reflection & Feedback

Session details

  • This session is relevant to all involved in feedback on students’ writing assignments such as report, essay, case study, etc.
  • This session has been created in response to the recent NSS and in support of the Baseline Principles developed by the University,
  • Due to the interactive and face to face nature of this session, the workshop will NOT be recorded.

Looking forward to seeing you there,

Jo Kukuczka (SFHEA)

CALDBILT Associate

References

Halliday, M.A.K. (1994). An Introduction to Functional Grammar. London: Edward Arnold