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Advances in Language and Literary Studies, v6 n1 p26-30 Feb 2015

The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of two types of corrective feedback on EFL learners' writing skill. Thirty five advanced learners in three groups participated in this study. Structures of written texts were taught in all three classes during fourteen sessions of treatment; and each session, a related topic was given and the learners were asked to write about it. In class A, the learners had to deliver their assignments to the teacher in classroom; then the teacher wrote the corrective notes on their papers and gave their papers back the next session. In class B, students had to write their assignments on their electronic instruments, and after that send written tasks via email to the teacher, and he also sent the corrective comments on their errors through email. In class C, as control group, no corrective feedback was given to learners' errors in their written tasks. Moreover, in class C, learners were free to deliver their writings whether in class or by email. The obtained results showed both methods to be effective since the scores of both experimental groups were significantly higher than the scores of control group, but electronic feedback was more effective and profitable than traditional type; because scores of the learners in group B (Electronic feedback) were significantly higher than class C (Traditional feedback).

Descriptors: Error Correction, Feedback (Response), Control Groups, Comparative Analysis, Scores, Advanced Students, Electronic Mail, Teacher Student Relationship, Writing Skills, Writing Assignments, Pretests Posttests, Foreign Countries, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Statistical Analysis

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Autor: Farshi, Sina Soltanabadi; Safa, Saeedeh Khalili

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2753&id=EJ1128056



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