This thesis provides reflections on a practice of corrective feedback known as dynamic Written Corrective Feedback (dynamic WCF). First addressing 20 years of concerns regarding the highly-debated topic of feedback in second language (L2) writing and then outlining dynamic WCF as a pedagogical practice founded on four principles, the thesis finally introduces a recently developed handbook for instructors. This handbook presents the four foundational principles of dynamic WCF (timeliness, manageability, meaningfulness, and constancy) to first-time instructors and supports the implementation of dynamic WCF to optimize benefit and enhance manageability in written corrective feedback.
College and Department
Humanities; Linguistics and English Language
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Shelley, Angela, "Dynamic Written Corrective Feedback: Achieving Manageability" (2014). All Theses and Dissertations. 4109.
feedback, accuracy, WCF, dynamic, manageability