A Comparison of Corrective Feedback Used in International and EFL Contexts

  title={A Comparison of Corrective Feedback Used in International and EFL Contexts},
  author={Julia Simhony and Natthapong Chanyoo},
  journal={Journal of Language Teaching and Research},
The current study aims to investigate types of corrective feedback used in two classroom settings (i.e. EFL and international school classrooms) and to compare the frequency of corrective feedback types used in the two classrooms. The participants of this study were 31 students from two classrooms (6 international and 25 in EFL classrooms) and their respective teachers; one in each classroom. Data was collected through four classroom observations and one semi-structure interview conducted with… Expand

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