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Les représentations des élèves et des professeurs d'anglais sur la correction des erreurs à l'oral

Abstract : Given that the research has shown that output is crucial to develop second language abilities, students must be encouraged to take risks and express themselves orally as much as possible. There is a delicate balance between orally correcting students with the objective that they will learn from the corrections and the risk of discouraging them by these corrections. Furthermore, the long-term effect of oral corrections on learner uptake is unknown. Student and teacher representations of oral error correction were studied. Of particular interest, is the believed effect on students’ willingness to communi-cate, specifically their oral participation. Both students and teachers expressed a strong belief that teachers should correct students. Due to the fleeting nature of oral corrections, we suggest further research to determine the true impact of oral error correction and how it affects learner participation, willingness to take risks and uptake.
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Margaret Stanley. Les représentations des élèves et des professeurs d'anglais sur la correction des erreurs à l'oral. Education. 2018. ⟨dumas-01809348⟩

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