Course Description

In this second course about error, we take a deep dive into correction techniques. We look at a range of practical ways to correct both written and spoken work. We begin by considering when is actually the best time to correct spoken errors – at the time the student makes the error or later on? We then look at different techniques for immediate correction and suggest some fun activities for post lesson correction. We look at correcting written work and we look at a possible correction code. Throughout, you will be invited to involve the learner in the correction process.

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Error Correction Techniques Review

Maria Fernanda Rodriquez

Interesting and useful techniques to correct student's errors

Interesting and useful techniques to correct student's errors

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Course Author

Course Author Niki Joseph

Niki Joseph is an ELT materials writer, teacher trainer and teacher. She holds an MA in Education. She has written successful ELT materials for a variety of global and local publishers. Her writing portfolio includes course books, workbooks, teacher’s guides and teacher training materials. She has also contributed to a reader series. Niki has taught all ELT to all ages and levels in many different countries. She particularly enjoys lower levels and primary or preschool. But she loves the challenge of a C2 class as well! She is a keen teacher trainer and has recently trained in India. She also work as a speaking examiner. These experiences all help her to make her writing real for the learner – student or teacher. During her free time, she works with her horses trying to figure out how to communicate more clearly and effectively with them.