Lärares metoder vid kamratrespons i svenska : En kunskapsöversikt
Sammanfattning: Peer response is used in classrooms around the world to involve pupils in the assessment methods. The intention is to examine the effects of the methods and tools teachers use in peer response by answering following questions: What methods do teachers use in peer response? How can teaching methods affect students ability to give and receive feedback on texts? To answer the questions and the purpose of the study systematic searches about methods in peer response and feedback were made for previous research in the form of articles, academic journals and books. This literature review includes an analysis of the findings in both international and Swedish research studies as well as a discussion about the methods used by the teachers and students in the studies. The findings show that teachers use different methods and tools to help pupils during peer response, for example checklists and example texts. Teachers are generally positive towards using peer response but not without worrying about elements such as social relationships. The most occurring finding is that pupils need time to practice giving and receiving peer response to elaborate the quality of their feedback. The conclusion based on the findings in this literature review is that the teachers' methods work as scaffolding in the process of using peer response, but we also identify the need for more studies, especially in a Swedish context.
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