Using computer mediation, peer review, and a writing process in a Japanese second language writing class
The writing process approach has become an increasingly popular method of writing instruction in "English as a Foreign Language" (EFL) classrooms. However, in traditional, teacher fronted classrooms it is difficult to provide students with maximum opportunities and support to fully engage in the writing process approach. This quantitative study analyzed archival data collected from a Japanese university EFL composition course that used a combination of computer mediation and peer response and evaluation to maximize the amount of time the participants spent being engaged in the writing process ...
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