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Schmidt, Anthony 
Is Corrective Feedback Effective? 
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    2016, 23 de diciembre   
Corrección, investigación 
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During the past decade or so, error correction has become a more prominent subject in language education and second language acquisition. In particular, there has been a great emphasis on oral corrective feedback (correcting spoken production through oral feedback, usually in real-time). Both qualitative and quantitative studies have looked at corrective feedback. In some ways, the amount of research and the various conclusions that have been drawn can be overwhelming. Luckily, a meta-analysis (a combined analysis of the individual analyses) was completed by Shaofeng Li in 2010. This meta-analysis examined 22 articles and 11 dissertations on oral corrective feedback. Among many findings, Li found that corrective feedback is overall effective, and that both explicit correct and recasts are effective in different situations. This article will focus on the most relevant and interesting information Li found. 
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