The impact of teacher responses to students' writing in Hong Kong: Inhibitive or faciltative?
- The impact of teacher responses to students' writing in Hong Kong: Inhibitive or faciltative?
- English Language - Composition and Exercises - Study and Teaching (Secondary) - Hong Kong High School Students - Hong Kong - Attitudes English Language - Composition and Exercises - Study and Teaching (Secondary) Secondary School Students - Attitudes Social Surveys - Student Evaluation of Teachers Social Surveys - English Language - Study and Teaching (Secondary)
- Hong Kong
- 1997.7 onwards
- Secondary Education
- University of Hong Kong
- Dissertation Theses
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