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PhD Candidate in Education Program, Faculty of Education, Department of Pre-primary and Primary Education, Charles University, Prague
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The present study examined the relationship between learners’ feedback seeking behavior (FSB) and writing developments. The study sought to gain a better comprehending of the extent to which learners’ feedback seeking behaviour affects their writing developments. In order to conduct the present study and collect the required data, the researchers selected 60 learners from the institutes of Education in Iran. The selected participants were all from the intermediate category. A writing test (Longman Complete Course TOEFL Test) was administered to the 60 selected students. Both groups were given the same two topics to choose one of them to write in 70 minutes and the tests were scored by 2 raters which were corrected analytically. The test of feedback seeking behaviour was given to the students the same day. The participants were supposed to answer the test in 90 minutes. The results were calculated in SPSS version 22 and then analyzed and reported. The findings of the study demonstrated that feedback seeking behaviour has a statistically significant effect on learners’ writing developments.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special

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