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The Effectiveness of Feedback in Assessment for Learning and Strategies for Improvement
ZH U Xin hua
( Dep ar tment of Chinese and Bilingual Studies, T he H ong K ong Poly technic Univer sity , K owloon H ong K ong, China)

Abstract: Feedback is a very import ant t eaching behavior, w hich is par ticularly highlight ed in
assessment f or learning . Nevertheless, em phasizing merely on t he concret eness o f co nt ent and the
accuracy use o f lang uag e in f eedback cannot let the t eacher g rasp t he essent ials of f eedback. In real
teaching pract ice, feedback indeed f orm s a continuum ranging fr om t he po sit ive t o t he negat iv e side.
T hrough review ing overseas st udies on f eedback ef fectiveness and connect ing t hem to act ual pro blems
in t he t eaching in mainland China, t his paper discusses f eedback st rat eg ies such as f ocusing,
int eract ion, t imeliness, object iv e orient at io n, deindividualizat ion, respect f or st udent s diff erences,
act ive fo llow ups, etc. It is believ ed that this paper is w ort h not ing in t he f ield of teacher
development .
Key words: f eedback; ef f ect iv eness ; st rategy

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On Emotional Experience in the Teaching of Ancient Poetry in Primary Schools


CH EN Yu
( I nstitute of Elementar y Education, Cap ital N or mal Univ er sity , Beij ing 100080, China)

Abstract: T he ancient poet ry t eaching in prim ary scho ols sho uld aim to the em ot io nal experience of the
poet ry, and reading is the best w ay to gain emot ional ex perience, w hich requires t he teachers to obey
the r ules o f fo cusing o n reading and r eciting, gr asping the g eneral meaning. St udent s aut onomo us
recit at ion is emphasized w it h desalinating teacher s explanat ion. T he measur es are as f ollow s: paying
at t ent ion t o st udent s silent r eading and respect ing t heir individual com prehensio n; com bining the
inside class r ecit at ion w it h out side class recit at ion; expanding the teaching mat er ial appropriately;
making st udent s ex perience em ot io ns fro m t he w orks o f imag es; cr eat ing cont ex t s and rendering the
ar tistic concept ion.
Key words: ancient po et ry t eaching ; emot ional ex perience; im ag e; art ist ic concept ion; imagination and
leg end

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