Attitudes and Preferences of ESL Students to Error Correction

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1983
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Chenoweth, N. Ann
Day, Richard R.
Chun, Ann E.
Luppescu, Stuart
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This article presents the findings of a survey of ESL students' attitudes toward and preferences for the correction of spoken errors by native speaker friends. The 418 subjects reported generally positive attitudes toward error correction, and claimed to prefer even more correction than their friends did. They saw correcting errors as facilitating--even being necessary--for the improvement of their oral English.
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