Información

  • Titulación: Filología Románica / Grado en Lenguas, Literaturas y Culturas Románicas (EEES)
  • Duración: 4 años
  • Centro: Facultad de Filología (Universidad de Salamanca). Pza. Anaya, s/n. 37008 Salamanca
  • Departamento: Lengua Española
  • Área: Filología Románica
  • Contacto administrativo: dpto.le@usal.es ; tlf: 923 29 44 45 ext. 1731; fax: 923 29 45 86
  • Profesores responsables: Dr. Juan Miguel Valero Moreno (asmodeo@usal.es), Coordinador del Grado; Dr. Fernando María Sánchez Miret (fsmiret@usal.es)
  • Comisión de Calidad del Grado: calidad_gllcr@usal.es
The various authors all put forward benefits to this form of feedback. The primary beneficiary is, of course, the student, partly because the oral feedback is richer and more detailed. Thus, Julie Roberge concludes her article by saying: In the case of the recorded oral correction, the observation and the improvement commentary gave good results, thanks to the length of the explanations that the teachers gave. (…) the oral comments proposing more detailed and more precise tracks to do it, the pupils arrived there more easily. The oral personal interaction between the teacher and each of his pupils is perceived as a benefit by several authors. Cédric Robardet reports that oral comments have a significant impact on student motivation, although some reactions may be more mixed: «It makes me feel funny to hear you in my room, and it makes me to pay someone to do my essay«. It may also be possible to take breaks and record only when you have a comment to make. For his part, Jean-François Legault tells us that «the first recordings are longer, even tiring, but we quickly take the fold. I will not advise this method for all jobs, but using it at least once will provide strong feedback and more meaning to the correction. «