The Effectiveness Of Error Correction In Efl Classroom Discussions At University Level

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Walid Salameh


As a rule, all the universities working in the UAE require that all students have either a TOEFL or an IELTS certificate as an admission requirement for any course to be taken. This research paper attempts to find out if language progress is a consequence of error correction and its impact on learner motivation, and to suggest ways of bridging the gap between the research and implementation of error correction in EFL classroom. The qualitative method was used in this research, the interview method which was conducted in this study was semi-structured in particular. The findings of this study reveal that the common errors that the students committed can be categorized under: subject-verb agreement, /prepositions, /articles / pronouns / verb tense / as per the observations results.

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