Explicit Feedback, Implicit Feedback and Learner Beliefs on Corrective Feedback: Does Cultural Factor Influence Learner’s Preference of Corrective Feedback?
DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2017.12003 | Downloads: 61 | Views: 3974
Yi Wang 1
1 College of Foreign languages, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
Corresponding AuthorYi Wang
This study compared the learner preferences for particular types of error correction between two distinct cultural groups in the foreign language learning context. The learners of English from a Chinese university and L2 Chinese Learners from an American university participated in the study. Repeated measures ANOVAs and Pairwise comparison revealed that certain background factors that may predict beliefs and some beliefs about feedback may be shared across the cultures.
KEYWORDSLearner’s belief, Explicit corrective feedback, Implicit corrective feedback
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Yi, W. (2017) Explicit Feedback, Implicit Feedback and Learner Beliefs on Corrective Feedback: Does Cultural Factor Influence Learner’s Preference of Corrective Feedback? Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2017) Vol.1, Num. 2: 44-49.
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