The Application of Self- and Peer- Assessment to English Writing in Senior High School

Authors

  • Hejin Yuan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54691/fsd.v2i12.3278

Keywords:

Self-assessment; Peer-assessment; High School English.

Abstract

English writing can be seen as an overt manifestation of one’s English competence. While in China, it’s not easy for students to write an excellent composition with few language errors. Various problems will be found in students’ written product, such as, vocabulary problem, grammatical problem and discourse problem. Hence, in order to solve these problems in English writing and cultivate students’ English writing ability, feedback efficiency has gained great attention in English writing teaching. Self-assessment and peer-assessment are ways to give feedback in English writing to enrich the validity and efficiency of assessment. Hence, this research aims to apply research analysis method to study the application of self-assessment and peer-assessment to English writing in senior high school, and provide some suggestions for English teaching.

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Published

2022-12-22

How to Cite

Yuan, H. (2022). The Application of Self- and Peer- Assessment to English Writing in Senior High School. Frontiers in Sustainable Development, 2(12), 21–25. https://doi.org/10.54691/fsd.v2i12.3278

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