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  1. Hi Jim,
    Thanks for sharing these thoughts. It’s actually never occurred to me to give written feedback before oral feedback as I’ve never encountered that anywhere, so thanks for introducing that idea to me.
    I completely agree that both oral and written feedback are necessary, and I guess another advantage of sending written feedback first is that the teacher will almost definitely read it, where as I suspect that sometimes when it’s received second, particularly on an intensive course, it is sometimes ignored/considered less important, often due to time pressures.
    I thought you might also like to know that the next ELT Playbook is focussed on Teacher Training, and should be released at the start of April ๐Ÿ™‚
    Sandy

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