Conclusion and Final Remarks
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In its first part, this chapter concludes the book and offers final comments on the status of feedback practices in the represented countries in this volume. The second part addresses teachers and students’ perceptions of the effectiveness of written feedback. The question of whether feedback leads to a noticeable improvement in the quality of the final product remains a challenge faced by many teachers. However, this does not undermine the unquestionable role of feedback in the whole writing process.
KeywordsFeedback practices Writing improvement Feedback effectiveness Teachers’ perceptions Students’ perceptions
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