Corrective Feedback and Linguistic Ideologies

By Jihoon Kim and Melissa Enns The scholarly discussion surrounding corrective feedback (CF) has mainly focused on how to correct, when to correct, what to correct, and who should correct errors (for an overview, see Elllis, 2017). What is often missing in this discussion is the social dimension of CF. That is, when a teacher …

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Giving Corrective Feedback on Spoken Language Production

By Melissa J. Enns Recently, guest contributor Yerim Lee shared an insightful post on giving effective written feedback (you can read it here). Today, I'd like to continue in that vein and discuss verbal corrective feedback. Written feedback has its challenges, but it also has the benefit of premeditation; we can take time to put some …

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Dialogues Between Teachers and Students Through Written Feedback

Guest contributor: Yerim Lee Yerim is a master's student in Second Language Education through McGill University's Department of Integrated Studies in Education. Yerim is doing her thesis work on instructors' and students' perceptions of written and audio feedback in graduate classrooms.  I believe that many students have experienced confusion at least once from teachers’ written …

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