Actitudes y creencias de estudiantes universitarios checos y eslovacos ante la corrección de sus errores en la expresión oral en espaňol

Title in English Attitudes and beliefs towards error correction in oral Spanish by Czech and Slovak college students


Year of publication 2017
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Revista redELE : Red Electrónica de Didáctica del Espanol como Lengua Extranjera
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Field Linguistics
Keywords applied linguistics; errors; interlanguage; language learning; methodology; oral production; Spanish as second language
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Description The aim of this paper is to reflect briefly on the corrective feedback given in Spanish class seen from the perspective of a group of college students from the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Considering the role of errors within Applied Linguistics and the range of corrective feedback strategies (Balcárcel, 2006) that we can use as teachers, we will present the study carried out at our department, the goal of which was to discover the students’ beliefs and attitudes towards error correction. The results will allow us to know the real impact of our corrections, specifically to what extent they are useful and appropriate or, on the contrary, if we must reconsider our methodology regarding corrective feedback.
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