Anonymous vs. Conference Peer Feedback on writing of English as an Additional Language learners

Rafael Zaccaron
Based on the interaction theory (Gass; Mackey, 2006; Long, 1996; Polio, 2012), this study hypothesised that the conference peer feedback group would outperform the anonymous peer feedback group on EAL writing. However, descriptive data for the variable effectiveness showed a slight trend favouring the anonymous group, with no statistically significant difference between the two groups.
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