Bangladeshi Undergraduates’ Attitudes towards Teachers’ Feedback on Mid-term Scripts | Sadia Afrin Shorna and Iffat Jahan Suchona

Bangladeshi Undergraduates’ Attitudes towards Teachers’ Feedback on Mid-term Scripts | Sadia Afrin Shorna and Iffat Jahan Suchona

Bangladeshi Undergraduates’ Attitudes towards Teachers’ Feedback on Midterm Scripts
Sadia Afrin Shorna and Iffat Jahan Suchona

Abstract: This paper explores different kinds of feedback that teachers give on the midterm scripts and the students’ attitudes towards these kinds of feedback. The total number of participants of this study was eighty-one. The participants were randomly chosen from the Departments of English of three private universities in Bangladesh. To collect the data a questionnaire with twenty-three items was used. The findings show that the students received three types of feedback more frequently (oral, written, and explicit) and the students preferred both oral and written feedback at times.

Keywords: Feedback, Attitudes, Midterm Scripts, Preferences, Problems

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Published in September 2020

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