The Perceptions of Students about Oral Corrective Feedback

Pardi Karliza, 150203069 (2019) The Perceptions of Students about Oral Corrective Feedback. Skripsi thesis, UIN AR-RANIRY.

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Oral corrective feedback practices undoubtedly have been very crucial to develop students’ English speaking skills and to enrich their comprehension in constructing correct sentences when speaking. Some research about the benefits of oral corrective feedback practices in English language classrooms had been carried out. The research were conducted to investigate teachers’ beliefs on the effective methods of correcting students’ errors. However, rarely did the previous researchers examine students’ perceptions on the application of oral corrective feedback methods and students’ preferences in the ways their errors were corrected in the Department of English Language Education, State Islamic University of Ar-Raniry. The research aimed to explore students’ perceptions of the prior practices of oral corrective feedback in the Department of English Language Education at the State Islamic University of Ar-Raniry and their personal preferences to oral corrective feedback methods. The researcher collected data by using an interview instrument and analyzed them through the thematic analysis technique. The findings revealed that most of the students perceived that the practices of giving corrections and feedbacks orally were properly done by applying recast, repetition, and clarification methods. Moreover, they preferred and demanded that the following practices of providing correction and feedback should be more focused on students’ detailed errors to expand their English language skills. In conclusion, the previous practices of oral corrective feedback were advantageously conducted but the teachers should address more on detailed errors.

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi)
Additional Information: Main Supervisor : Siti Khasinah, M.Pd Co-Supervisor : Rahmi Fhonna, MA
Uncontrolled Keywords: Oral Corrective Feedback; Students’ Perceptions; Error.
Subjects: 200 Religion (Agama) > 297 Islam > 2X7 Filsafat dan Perkembangan > 2X7.3 Pendidikan > 2X7.38 Pendidikan tinggi (Universitas, Institut, Sekolah Tinggi, Akademi) > 2X7.388 Mahasiswa
Divisions: Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > S1 Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Pardi Karliza Pardi
Date Deposited: 13 Jan 2021 02:14
Last Modified: 13 Jan 2021 02:14

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