Journal Writing and the Question of Transfer of Skills to Other Types of Writing

Peter Duppenthaler
2004 JALT journal  
This report looks at the effect of journal feedback and the possible transfer of skills from journal writing to in-class compositions. Although no statistically significant justification for belief in a positive transfer-of-skills effect was found, only the meaning-focused feedback group was found to have made a steady increase in the number of error-free clauses over time, in both their journal entries and in their in-class writing samples.
more » ... テイングへ転化されるかどうかを検証する。スキルの有効な転化がある、という見解を裏付ける統計的に有意な確証は得られなかったが、意味に中心をおいたフィードバックを受けたグループについては、誤りのない文節の数の着実な増加が、日記への書き込みにも、授業の中でのライテイングのサンプルにもみとめられた。
doi:10.37546/jaltjj26.2-3 fatcat:zhtlhtjiyjgqvfkiou7nhhuste