Dr. Jiang Jingyang discusses the issues of whether the negative feedback from teachers will improve the accuracy and language ability of students in a English class.This systematic research provides a comparatively convincing conclusion of what the common oral errors are, what negative feedbacks are and what solutions we have.It is a valuable reference for first line Chinese teachers.
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Book Description paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. Pages Number: 166 Publisher: ; 1 (2011111). Contents : AbstractList ofAbbreviationsList ofFiguresList ofTablesChapter I Introduction 1.1 The Orientation ofthe Present Study 1.2 The Rationale ofthe Present Study 1.3 The Organization ofthe DissertationChapter 2 Literature Review 2.1 Input.Intake and Uptake 2.2 InterlanguageComprehensible Output and Modified Output 2.3 Interaction Hypothesis and Neg~ive Feedback 2.4 Aaention and Second Language Acquisition(SLA) 2.5 Cognitive and SLA F. Bookseller Inventory # MA2295