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Ask students to tape-record their own oral language. Then listen to these tapes on your own time and discuss the errors you hear during student-teacher conference time.
a) yes, teachers should do this b) no, teachers should avoid doing this c) d)
Make note of students' speech errors and incorporate the correct form in instruction.
a) yes, teachers should do this b) no, teachers should avoid doing this c) d)
Correct errors made in conversations as soon as they happen.
a) no, teachers should avoid doing this b) yes, teachers should do this c) d)
Create a learning environment that consists of a community of learners who will help each other in correcting their mistakes.
a) yes, teachers should do this b) no, teachers should avoid doing this c) d)
Correct the different forms of errors that they make all at the same time.
a) no, teachers should avoid doing this b) yes, teachers should do this c) d)
Have the student compare his own taped oral reading to a model tape or a tape produced by a more proficient peer.
a) yes, teachers should do this b) no, teachers should avoid doing this c) d)
Correcting form is more important than correcting meaning, so correct form.
a) no, teachers should avoid doing this b) yes, teachers should do this c) d)
Who thinks this: Errors in L2 production should not be corrected. They will go away naturally as acquisition proceeds. Actually, correcting errors may have a negative effect: raising the Affective Filter.
a) Krashen b) Skinner, Chomsky, and Lado c) Schumann d) Ausubel
Errors in L2 production should be corrected. Since attention should be paid to detail, TESOLs don't want S to practice incorrect forms. However, mistakes probably won't happen if attention was paid to the details during the learning process.
a) Bialystok and McLaughlin b) Ausubel c) Schumann d) Krashen
Who thinks this: The only 2 types of feedback that should be given about errors in L2 production are (1) to let the NNS know whether or not he was understood and (2) indirect feedback that supplies vocab, grammar structure, or pronunciation help.
a) Pask b) Ausubel c) Skinner, Chomsky, and Lado d) Bialystok and McLaughlin
Who thinks this: No specific stance on correcting L2 production errors; however, LL should always be recalling what they already know (e.g., if they have learned a grammar rule already, remind them of it).
a) Ausubel b) Pask c) Schumann d) Skinner, Chomsky, and Lado
Who thinks this: It might be a good idea to correct L2 production errors. It may affect the rate of acculturation. In other words, a LL might feel more confident interacting with the new culture if he feels he has control over the language.
a) Schumann b) Bialystok and McLaughlin c) Krashen d) Pask
Who thinks this: L2 production errors should be corrected in order to avoid fossilization and to help students become aware of differences between their NL and the TL.
a) Skinner, Chomsky, and Lado b) Schumann c) Krashen d) Bialystok and McLaughlin
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