Archive – Making C1 Work! Feedback in the ESL Classroom
Making C1 Work! Feedback in the ESL Classroom – May 11, 2016
Presenters: The MEES ESL Programs Team – Anne Millette, Teresa Capparelli and Pascale Pellerin
- Anne Millette is the ESL Programs Coordinator at the MEES and has worked in Programs and Evaluation for several years. She was an ESL teacher and advisor at CS de Sorel–Tracy.
- Teresa Capparelli is a collaborator with the MEES ESL programs team. She has co-authored various official MEES documents and secondary ESL materials. She has taught ESL secondary students as well as adult learners.
- Pascale Pellerin is a collaborator with the MEES ESL programs team. She has been an ESL teacher for 18 years, ten of which as an Intensive English teacher for the CSDM. She has completed a master’s degree related to online communities of practice to support ESL teachers.
To Interact Orally in English (C1) is the cornerstone of the elementary ESL programs. In this interactive online presentation, participants will explore the characteristics of a solid C1 task, effective feedback and corrective feedback techniques as well as concrete examples. Which ideas will you add to your feedback backpack for C1?
Resource list for Making C1 Work! Feedback in the ESL Classroom
1. C1 Feedback – Information Sheet
2. Seven Keys to Effective Feedback by Grant Wiggins (2012)
3. Feedback: How Learning Occurs by Grant Wiggins (2010)
4. Seven Practices for Effective Learning by Jay McTighe and Ken O’Connor (2005)
5. How to Give Feedback to Students: The Advanced Guide from The Australian Society for Evidence Based Teaching (2015)
6. Oral Corrective Feedback by Shaofeng Li (2013)