HomeADDU-SAS Graduate School Research Journalvol. 7 no. 1 (2010)

Effectiveness of Oral Corrective Feedback on the Students’ Oral Communicative Competence In English

Ersweetcel C. Camansi

Discipline: Languages

 

Abstract:

This study identifies the level of performance of the Notre Dame of Dadiangas University students’ and their communicative competence in English in the structured and unstructured oral corrective feedback. It also determines the significant difference of the performance of the experimental and control groups in pronunciation, grammar, sentence structure, content and fluency. Findings show that the group exposed to the structure and unstructured oral corrective feedback had the same level of proficiency, pronunciation and grammar skills, fluency and content. However, the experimental group performed better than the control group in sentence structure.