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Balancing Feedback for Optimal Learning: Evaluative and Descriptive Methods in English Language Classrooms

Balancing Feedback for Optimal Learning: Evaluative and Descriptive Methods in English Language Classrooms

This study explores the impact of evaluative and descriptive feedback on student learning in English language classrooms. It distinguishes between the two feedback types—evaluative, which is further divided into rewarding and punishing, and descriptive, which focuses on specific performance aspects. The study is based on observations of classroom interactions and interviews with an English teacher who employs both feedback types to enhance student engagement and educational outcomes. Evaluative feedback in the study is shown to affect students' emotional responses and behavioral adjustments, with rewarding feedback boosting morale and motivation, while punishing feedback serves to correct behavior and ensure classroom discipline. Conversely, descriptive feedback, as used by the teacher, involves detailed explanations and discussions with students about their performances, encouraging deeper cognitive processing and active participation in the learning process. The findings suggest that a balanced approach, utilizing both evaluative and descriptive feedback, can significantly improve students’understanding and retention of the material. This paper argues for the strategic use of feedback to foster a more dynamic and effective learning environment, highlighting the nuances of feedback application in educational practices.

I. Introduction

II. Literature Review

III. Method

IV. Results

V. Conclusion

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