Attitudes towards error correction

Although the results of this study demonstrate teachers and students have some common preferences related to written error correction, there are some important discrepancies. Journal of Second Language Writing, 1 3 Error correction in the L2 writing classroom: It might be one main positive point to improve their writing and it might give them self-confidence.

The findings from teachers and students show positive attitudes towards written error correction. Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 1 3 A new direction in feedback. Asian EFL Journal, 9 4 The Role of Language Institutes. Focus on form in classroom second language acquisition.

The case against grammar correction in L2 writing classes. This study indicates many students does not have any problems in rewriting their paper after getting feedback.

Implications for Second Language Students. On explicit and negative data effecting and affecting competence and linguistic behavior. Dealing with English majors written errors in Chinese universities. Principles and practice in second language acquisition.

Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 15, Research Methods in Education, Routledge. Error correction, teacher feedback, preferences. In this study, 80 students and 12 teachers were asked to answer the questionnaire.

Language Learning, 46 2 The preferences of ESL students for error correction in college-level writing classes. Wacana, 10 1 Coaching student writers to be more effective peer evaluators. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, This study considers a number of difficulties regarding students and teachers in written error correction processes with some suggestions.

ESL student reaction to written comments on their written work. Response to Student Writing: Correcting and giving feedback to writing. Assessing Writing, 8, For example; students prefer all error be corrected, but teachers prefer selecting some.

Foreign Language Annals, 24, This study shows many teachers might believe written error correction takes a lot of time and effort to give comments.

Error correction in ESL: Language Learning Style Rreferences: The role of the linguistic environment in second language acquisition. Journal of Second Language Writing, 17, Then data were collected and analyzed by descriptive method.

English Language Teaching, 4 3 A study of students and teachers preferences and attitudes towards correction of classroom written error in Saudi EFL context.The present study investigates students’ and teachers’ preferences and attitudes towards correction of classroom written errors in Iranian EFL context by using questionnaire.

In this study, 80 students and 12 teachers were asked to answer the questionnaire. PDF | Comparing student and teacher attitudes toward various aspects of language and instruction including the way writing errors are corrected is a fruitful activity in langage education and SLA. correction to extensive correction, from immediate to delayed correction, and from implicit to explicit correction.

Language learners also have their own opinions on how and whether they. 48 Journal of Social Science for Policy Implications, Vol. 5(1), June issn e-issn issn e-issn 5 1.

Introduction Mistakes and errors are an inevitable side effect of all learning, and yet so much learning time is spent denying or correcting them.

Attitudes towards error correction
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