Correcting students’ written grammatical errors: The effects of negotiated versus nonnegotiated feedback

@inproceedings{Nassaji2011CorrectingSW,
  title={Correcting students’ written grammatical errors: The effects of negotiated versus nonnegotiated feedback},
  author={Hossein Nassaji},
  year={2011}
}
A substantial number of studies have examined the effects of grammar correction on second language (L2) written errors. However, most of the existing research has involved unidirectional written feedback. This classroom-based study examined the effects of oral negotiation in addressing L2 written errors. Data were collected in two intermediate adult English as a second language classes. Three types of feedback were compared: nonnegotiated direct reformulation, feedback with limited negotiation… CONTINUE READING

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