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Query:   Recasts as Corrective Feedback
Author:  Yue Li
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Applied Linguistics

Summary:   HI EVERYONE,

ON MAY 18, I ASKED A QUESTION ABOUT RECASTS AS A CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK. MR
RON SHEEN REPLIED TO ME AND GAVE ME SOME USEFUL SUGGESTIONS. HE SAID THAT
DIRECT TEACHING IS NOW RECEIVING INCREASING ATTENTION, SO THE COMPARATIVE
WORK MUST INCLUDEA GROUP RECEIVING DIRECT TEACHING METHOD. HE ALSO SENT ME
A BOOK ON INSTRUCTED SLA, INCLUDING A CHAPTER NAMED ''FOCUS ON FORMS AS A
MEANS OF IMPROVING ACCURATE ORAL PRODUCTION''. ALL THAT HELPED ME A LOT.
THANKS VERY MUCH.

BEST REGARDS,

LI YUE

LL Issue: 18.2004
Date Posted: 03-Jul-2007
Original Query: Read original query