Tyll Zybura

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Category: Appreciative responses to student writing

1 Introduction

Tyll Zybura – 03 Nov 2017

Part 1 of the series on appreciate responses to student writing. Why I don’t call my responses ‘feedback’ and how they connect to revision-oriented supervision of student writing.

2 Structure and rhetoric

Tyll Zybura – 03 Nov 2017

Part 2 of the series on appreciate responses to student writing. Explains the specific structural elements of my responses and their function, together with an elaboration of the appreciative rhetoric that makes it effective.

3 Immediate and longterm effects

Tyll Zybura – 03 Nov 2017

Part 3 of the series on appreciate responses to student writing. The main reason why I use this method is that it effectively improves student writing in the short term and can create incredibly rewarding scholarly relationships in the long term.

4 Examples

Tyll Zybura – 03 Nov 2017

Part 4 of the series on appreciate responses to student writing. Nothing shows the concept better than actual responses to student writing. Here I have selected a small number of examples with added highlighting of the structural components.

5 Notes on time management

Tyll Zybura – 03 Nov 2017

Part 5 of the series on appreciate responses to student writing. Appreciative responses are not more time consuming than other forms of feedback, if the lecturer sets certain priorities.