Encourage a learner-centered approach to error correction with this video from the Lexis Course. In her presentation, Doris explores strategies we can adopt to facilitate self and peer correction in the classroom.
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Congratulations on completing the Lexis Distance Course. This is a well-structured and clear presentation that addresses key issues we discussed in the last week of the course. You address the argument that centers around error correction and build a strong case for why error correction is important. I look forward to developing this resource further with you in creating a Practice Training session.
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