British Council

Saturday 11 June 2022 – 16.00 Vietnam time

When carrying out communicative speaking tasks in the English classroom, language teachers may wonder to what extent learners are able to provide language-related feedback to each other when they are completing a task together; how useful peer feedback is; and what factors motivate and/or prevent learners from providing feedback. 

In this webinar, Manchester Metropolitan University researchers Phung Dao and Mai Nguyen will share their observations of Vietnamese adolescent learners’ (aged 11-15) provision of feedback in English language classrooms in Viet Nam. Given that peer feedback is an important feature of the learner-centered teaching approach, their research provides insights into the frequency and characteristics of peer feedback, as well as factors influencing learners' feedback occurrence.

During this webinar, you will have an opportunity to practise analysing instances of peer feedback and evaluating its effectiveness. You will also discuss and explore pedagogical techniques to promote peer feedback in your classroom English language speaking tasks.

Click here to register for this free webinar. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday 11 June 2022.