Online Collaborative Flipped Writing Classroom: A Framework for Online English Writing Instruction

Syarifudin Syarifudin, Husnawadi Husnawadi


The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about unprecedented global impacts, particularly in the ELT sector. Empirical evidence has shown that English language teachers and students face several challenges, namely the inadequacy of technological skills, learning hours, motivation, and engagement, to mention a few. However, a few studies offer an applicable learning framework that provides theoretical and practical insights for L2 or English writing instructors, particularly in the Higher Education (HE) context amid the pandemic. Therefore, this paper proposes an applicable learning framework, “Online Collaborative Flipped Writing Classroom” (OCFWC), for L2 writing instruction in HE as a remedy for remote learning conditions and beyond. The initial section of this paper sheds light on the rationale for establishing the learning framework, followed by a brief overview of the theoretical underpinnings of this framework. Second, it presents the step-by-step procedures for implementing this learning framework by drawing on an English language writing classroom in an Indonesian HE context during the Covid-19 pandemic. The final section of this paper discusses the pedagogical benefits, limitations, and implications for future studies.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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