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The Cambridge Handbook of Corrective Feedback in Second Language Learning and Teaching

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Hossein Nassaji, Eva Kartchava, ZhaoHong Han, Rebekha Abbuhl, Ronald Leow, Meagan Driver, Alison Mackey, Lara Bryfonski, Özgür Parlak, Ashleigh Pipes, Ayşenur Sağdıç, Bo-Ram Suh, Shawn Loewen, Susan M. Gass, Antonella Valeo, Daniel Brown, Rhonda Oliver, Rebecca Adams, John Bitchener, Trude Heift, Phuong Nguyen, Volker Hegelheimer, Kimi Nakatsukasa, Noriko Iwashita, Phung Dao, Catherine van Beuningen, Paul Gregory Quinn, Rod Ellis, Helen Basturkmen, Mengxia Fu, Nobuhiro Kamiya, Tatsuya Nakata, Kazuya Saito, Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig, Yucel Yilmaz, Elaine Tarone, Maria de Pilar Garcia Mayo, Ruth Milla, Luis Cerezo, Susan Ballinger, YouJin Kim, Tamanna Mostafa, Neomy Storch, Reiko Yoshida, Alyssa Vuono, Shaofeng Li, Lauren Ross-Feldman, Beatriz Lado, Cristina Sanz, Jaemyung Goo, Takaaki Takeuchi, Miroslaw Pawlak, Gisela Granena, Pauline Foster, Martyn McGettigan
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  • Date Published: June 2021
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  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108499101

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  • Corrective feedback is a vital pedagogical tool in language learning. This is the first volume to provide an in-depth analysis and discussion of the role of corrective feedback in second and foreign language learning and teaching. Written by leading scholars, it assembles cutting-edge research and state-of-the-art articles that address recent developments in core areas of corrective feedback including oral, written, computer-mediated, nonverbal, and peer feedback. The chapters are a combination of both theme-based and original empirical studies carried out in diverse second and foreign language contexts. Each chapter provides a concise review of its own topic, discusses theoretical and empirical issues not adequately addressed before, and identifies their implications for classroom instruction and future research. It will be an essential resource for all those interested in the role of corrective feedback in second and foreign language learning and how they can be used to enhance classroom teaching.

    • Presents an accessible yet thorough and up-to-date overview of corrective feedback theory and research in the field
    • Examines recent developments in core areas of corrective feedback including oral, written, computer-mediated, nonverbal, and peer feedback
    • Bridges the gap between research and pedagogy by demonstrating how to employ feedback strategies effectively to support language development in second language classrooms
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    • Date Published: June 2021
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108499101
    • length: 820 pages
    • dimensions: 250 x 180 x 51 mm
    • weight: 1.56kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction. Corrective feedback in second language teaching and learning Hossein Nassaji and Eva Kartchava
    Part I. Theoretical Perspectives on Corrective Feedback:
    1. Corrective feedback from behaviorist and innatist perspectives ZhaoHong Han
    2. Interactionist approach to corrective feedback in second language acquisition Rebekha Abbuhl
    3. Cognitive theoretical perspectives of corrective feedback Ronald Leow and Meagan Driver
    4. Corrective feedback from a sociocultural perspective Hossein Nassaji
    Part II. Methodological Approaches in the Study of Corrective Feedback:
    5. Tools to measure the effectiveness of feedback Alison Mackey, Lara Bryfonski, Özgür Parlak, Ashleigh Pipes, Ayşenur Sağdıç and Bo-Ram Suh
    6. Laboratory-based oral corrective feedback Shawn Loewen and Susan M. Gass
    7. Classroom-based research in corrective feedback Antonella Valeo
    8. Meta-analysis and research synthesis Daniel Brown
    Part III. Different Delivery Modes of Corrective Feedback:
    9. Oral corrective feedback Rhonda Oliver and Rebecca Adams
    10. Written corrective feedback John Bitchener
    11. Technology-mediated corrective feedback Trude Heift, Phuong Nguyen and Volker Hegelheimer
    12. Gestures, corrective feedback, and second language development Kimi Nakatsukasa
    Part IV. Feedback Provider, Feedback Focus, and Feedback Timing:
    13. Peer feedback in second language oral interaction Noriko Iwashita and Phung Dao
    14. Focused versus unfocused corrective feedback Catherine van Beuningen
    15. Corrective feedback timing and second language grammatical development: research, theory, and practice Paul Gregory Quinn
    16. Explicit versus implicit oral corrective feedback Rod Ellis
    Part V. Corrective Feedback and Language Skills:
    17. Corrective feedback and the development of second language grammar Helen Basturkmen and Mengxia Fu
    18. Corrective feedback and the development of second language vocabulary Nobuhiro Kamiya and Tatsuya Nakata
    19. Effects of corrective feedback on second language pronunciation development Kazuya Saito
    20. Corrective feedback in instructional pragmatics Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig and Yucel Yilmaz
    21. Alphabetic print literacy level and the noticing of oral corrective feedback in SLA Elaine Tarone
    Part VI. Contexts of Corrective Feedback and their Effects:
    22. Corrective feedback in second versus foreign language contexts Maria de Pilar Garcia Mayo and Ruth Milla
    23. Corrective feedback in computer-mediated versus face-to-face environments Luis Cerezo
    24. Corrective feedback in mobile technology-mediated contexts Eva Kartchava and Hossein Nassaji
    25. Corrective feedback in content-based contexts Susan Ballinger
    Part VII. Learners' and Teachers' Feedback Perspectives and Preferences:
    26. Teacher and student beliefs and perspectives towards corrective feedback YouJin Kim and Tamanna Mostafa
    27. Written corrective feedback and learners' objects, beliefs and emotions Neomy Storch
    28. The role of training in feedback provision and effectiveness Eva Kartchava
    29. Perceptions and noticing of corrective feedback Reiko Yoshida
    Part VIII. Individual Differences, Tasks, and Other Language and Learner-Related Factors:
    30. Age and corrective feedback Alyssa Vuono and Shaofeng Li
    31. Gender effects Rebecca Adams and Lauren Ross-Feldman
    32. Feedback, aptitude, and multilingualism Beatriz Lado and Cristina Sanz
    33. Corrective feedback and affect Jaemyung Goo and Takaaki Takeuchi
    34. Corrective feedback, developmental readiness and language proficiency Miroslaw Pawlak
    35. Corrective feedback and grammatical complexity: a research synthesis Gisela Granena and Yucel Yilmaz
    36. The role of task in the efficacy of corrective feedback Pauline Foster and Martyn McGettigan.

  • Editors

    Hossein Nassaji, University of Victoria, British Columbia
    Hossein Nassaji is Professor of Applied Linguistics in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Victoria, Canada. He maintains active research agenda across various areas of second language teaching and learning and has authored numerous publications on these topics.

    Eva Kartchava, Carleton University, Ottawa
    Eva Kartchava is Associate Professor in the School of Linguistics and Language Studies at Carleton University, Canada. She has published research on the relationship between corrective feedback and second language learning, noticeability of feedback, and the role of individual differences in the language learning process.

    Contributors

    Hossein Nassaji, Eva Kartchava, ZhaoHong Han, Rebekha Abbuhl, Ronald Leow, Meagan Driver, Alison Mackey, Lara Bryfonski, Özgür Parlak, Ashleigh Pipes, Ayşenur Sağdıç, Bo-Ram Suh, Shawn Loewen, Susan M. Gass, Antonella Valeo, Daniel Brown, Rhonda Oliver, Rebecca Adams, John Bitchener, Trude Heift, Phuong Nguyen, Volker Hegelheimer, Kimi Nakatsukasa, Noriko Iwashita, Phung Dao, Catherine van Beuningen, Paul Gregory Quinn, Rod Ellis, Helen Basturkmen, Mengxia Fu, Nobuhiro Kamiya, Tatsuya Nakata, Kazuya Saito, Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig, Yucel Yilmaz, Elaine Tarone, Maria de Pilar Garcia Mayo, Ruth Milla, Luis Cerezo, Susan Ballinger, YouJin Kim, Tamanna Mostafa, Neomy Storch, Reiko Yoshida, Alyssa Vuono, Shaofeng Li, Lauren Ross-Feldman, Beatriz Lado, Cristina Sanz, Jaemyung Goo, Takaaki Takeuchi, Miroslaw Pawlak, Gisela Granena, Pauline Foster, Martyn McGettigan

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