The Effects of Different Corrective Feedback Methods On Improving Writing Skills of Teenage Efl Students
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This study aims to investigate the effects of different corrective feedback methods on improving writing skills of teenage EFL students, and it adopted a mixed method research design. 45 teenage low level (A1-A2) 11th graders, selected through convenient sampling, participated in this study. In the process, the participants were provided with written corrective feedbacks based on google translate, self-revision, teacher indirect feedback. The data were collected through picture story focused texts produced by the participants, a Likert type questionnaire, an interview form, and teacher observation logs. The obtained quantitative data were analyzed using Pearson Chi-Square, Fisher's Exact Test and Continuity Correction Tests, One Way ANOVA analysis, LSD post hoc tests, the Paired Sample T Test. The qualitative data were analyzed via a thematic analysis. The results obtained from all data collection tools were triangulated and revealed that SR method is not effective in developing writing skills of the target group whereas indirect teacher feedback method is a trusted and possibly an effective method, and GT can be an effective method with correct implementations.