Lawrence Easterbrook

    Hi Nic,

    it was good to see the finger technique used – I remember using it a lot in EFL and will try to use it for EAP as well.
    For delayed correction I quite often write down what I hear when listening to pair/group discussion, writing on the board later and working with the students to identify error, recorrect and find why the mistake was wrong. As the session says, it’s finding the balance between correcting and not demotivating students.For me, the delayed correction is quite good as it doesn’t focus on one single student and their mistake at that moment.