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The role of oral correction in Spanish as a foreign language students’ (de)motivation
|Title:||The role of oral correction in Spanish as a foreign language students’ (de)motivation|
|Authors:||Gatón Gabriel, Fátima Magdalena|
|Date Issued:||15 Apr 2020|
|Abstract:||Oral correction is a common element in L2 classes associated with linguistic improvement and (de)motivation. To investigate the relationship between oral feedback, (de)motivation and students’ language proficiency, the answers to a questionnaire and the observations of four groups of SFL students with different proficiency were compared. The relationship of feedback as a (de)motivator in the L2, the different (de)motivation factors according to the proficiency and the students’ perceptions of the corrections, are discussed, as well as their effect on teaching.|
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MA and AGC Scholarly Papers|
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