The Students' Perception toward Lecturer's feedback in Writing Class at English Education Study Program of Peradaban University
Keywords:studentsâ€™ perception, lecturerâ€™s feedback, writing class
The objective of the study is to describe the studentsâ€™ perception toward lecturerâ€™s feedback in writing class at the fifth semester of English Education Study Program Peradaban University in the academic year 2016/2017. The result shows that 90% of students express the positive perception for direct feedback; they like the form of feedback when the lecturer uses red pen to underline and circle their mistakes by providing the correct answer in their writing. For indirect feedback, only 10% of students express the positive perception; they like if the lecturer uses red pen to underline and circle their mistakes in writing without giving them the correct form. For the clarity of feedback, 97% of students express the positive perception, where feedback put by the lecturer can be read and is easy to be understood. For the studentsâ€™ feeling after accepting feedback; 94% of students express their positive perception; they have been motivated to improve their writing skill after they know their score. For the studentsâ€™action after accepting feedback; 94% of students give their positive perception; they would like to try and revise the mistakes in writing. Moreover, they try to correct answer and ask their friends after they get unclear feedback from the lecturer.