Noticing Oral Corrective Feedback in the Second Language Classroom: Background and Evidence contributes to the accumulated knowledge regarding the noticeability of corrective feedback (corrective responses to learner ill-formed productions) in the field of second language teaching and learning. The book provides a comprehensive overview of research into the role of noticing of form, details several original studies on the phenomenon, and outlines language teaching plans and strategies to augment noticing of errors in the language classroom. This volume will appeal to researchers and graduate students of applied linguistics as well as to language teachers and teacher educators interested in furthering their understanding and knowledge of this important area of second language acquisition and education.
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About the Author
Eva Kartchava is associate professor of applied linguistics and TESL in the School of Linguistics and Language Studies at Carleton University.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: What is corrective feedback?
Chapter 2: Noticeability and effectiveness of oral corrective feedback
Chapter 3: Training learners to notice corrective feedback
Chapter 4: Learner beliefs and corrective feedback
Chapter 5: Nonverbal behavior and corrective feedback
Chapter 6: Conclusion