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Effects of Different Types of Written Corrective Feedback on Korean High School Students’ Writing

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Authors
Choi, Jungeun
Issue Date
2017-12-31
Publisher
서울대학교 외국어교육연구소
Citation
외국어교육연구, vol.21, pp. 21-40
Keywords
written corrective feedbackfocused feedbackEnglish verb tenseEnglish articlesKorean high school student
Abstract
This paper examined effects of three types of written corrective feedback (CF) on L2 learners’ grammatical accuracy in writing, focusing on the use of verb tense and articles. Within Ellis’ (2008) typology of CF, the present study focused on direct, indirect, and metalinguistic CF. The feedback was provided at each stage of writing, and the participants were to write three new pieces of writing. Changes in the accuracy of the grammatical targets were measured. Results indicated that despite the limitations of the small number of the participants, positive changes in the grammatical accuracy were found with metalinguistic CF for verb tense and with indirect CF for articles in new pieces of writing. In addition, unlike previous studies, a negative role of direct written feedback was observed in the present study.
ISSN
1229-5892
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/139754
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