The Application of Corrective Feedback Theory in Integrated English Course

Jiayu Zhuo (Foreign Language Department, Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages)


Integrated English Course in Chinese universities serves a group of non-English major students for the main educational training purpose of second language learning together with language learning skills development under different unit themes. In the process of learning another language, as language leaners, making mistakes is natural and inevitable. This procedure of making mistakes and correcting mistakes contribute to the gradual improvement from a starter to an advanced learner. Encountering mistakes made in various conditions in the classroom, teachers need to form proper awareness, and give appropriate feedback.


Corrective feedback; Assessing; Integrated course; ESL learning

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