Stimulating Outcomes of CF: A Multipurpose Plan for Iranian ELT Learners' Attitude

Mustapha Hajebi, Seddiq Taheri


The purpose of this paper is at determining of the high school students’ perceptions, teachers’ perceptions and attitudes about corrective feedback. This study was the relationship between corrective feedback and ELT students' attitude. The study utilized both a quantitative and qualitative research. The author find that the study indicates the students have positive attitudes about using corrective feedback and the use of corrective feedback is more effective in improving students’ learning and their attitude. Practically, the authors make suggestions for the design and delivery of a course that the findings of this research would provide the reason why the corrective feedback should not be neglected when teaching a foreign language rather it should be looked upon as a resource for foreign language learning EFL students. This study takes into account teachers' perspectives and learners' perceptions. It may inform both sides regarding corrective feedback. More specifically, based on this study, teachers and learners could gain a better understanding of their perceptions of different types of corrective feedback. Also, teachers would find out their weaknesses in providing appropriate kinds of corrective feedback.


attitude, corrective feedback, ELT, proficiency

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