What kind of feedback do you give your learners? Does it improve their grades or overall ability?

Giving feedback to students is very important in English lessons, as learners frequently depend on teachers to know how to improve their English.

In his latest vlog for Pavilion ELT, Rubens Heredia shares five tips to help you correct mistakes and activities more effectively in the classroom, and in turn, help learners understand their performance and how to really improve – relevant for teachers who are working online, dealing with face-to-face lessons and social distancing, or doing a mix of the two in hybrid teaching.


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