Promoting Habits of Reflection and Self-Efficacy through Guided Reflection in an EFL Writing Course
Keywords:self-efficacy, reflection, EFL writing.
AbstractFaced with high-stake assessments to document the mastery of the language, foreign language learners often feel a loss of confidence and perceived self efficacy, thus having negative effects on their academic performance as literature suggests. This study set out to look at the impact learner reflections at a university EFL writing course have on self-efficacy beliefs about the writing course and on the attitudes towards reflection in general. Results show that reflection increases self efficacy of the course and students see reflection as a valuable tool.
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Guleker, R. (2015). Promoting Habits of Reflection and Self-Efficacy through Guided Reflection in an EFL Writing Course. European Journal of Language and Literature, 1(2), 78–82. https://doi.org/10.26417/ejls.v2i1.p78-82
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