ديدگاه دبيران و دانشجويان زبان انگليسي در مورده دريافت بازخورهاي اصلاحي نوشتاري
Language Teachers and Students’ Perceptions on Provision of Written Corrective Feedback
Error correction in general education and in language education in particular has always been a serious concern for applied linguists, researchers, language teachers, and learners. Literature is replete with studies dealing with feedback and its different forms (recast, metalinguistics, explicit, implicit, provision of hints and codes, selective correction of errors). Some studies support the provision of corrective feedback (Lalande, 1982; Ferris, 1999, 2003; Bitchener and Knoch, 2008), while some others reject the efficacy of it (Truscott, 1996, 1999).
In this study 200 male and female students studying at Amir Kabir University majoring diverse engineering courses will be investigated to find out their perceptions on diverse error correction techniques. In addition, 30 teachers teaching IELTS in this international centre will take part in this study to share their opinions on the importance of the provision of certain correction techniques. The upshot of the study will shed light on the equality and unity of ideas between teachers and students on the error correction techniques and the frequency of their use.
Direct or Explicit Feedbackو Error Gravityو Electronic feedback و Feedbackو Feedback Typeو Handwritten feedbackو Indirect or Implicit Feedbackو