Persian Speakers’ Recognition of English Relative Clauses: The Effects of Enhanced Input vs. Explicit Feedback Types

Nastaran Nosratzadegan; Zohreh Seifoori; Parviz Maftoon

Volume 5, Issue 2 , December 2016, , Pages 232-211

  Despite consensus in focus on form (FOF) instruction over the facilitative role of noticing, controversy has not quelled over ways of directing EFL learners’ attention towards formal features via implicit techniques like input-enhancement or explicit metacognitive feedback and interactive peer-editing ...  Read More

The Role of Textual vs. Compound Input Enhancement in Developing Grammar Ability

Gholam-Reza Abbasian; Nazilsa Yekani

Volume 3, Issue 1 , June 2014, , Pages 134-113

  The present study investigated comparatively the impact of two types of input enhancement (i.e. textual vs. compound enhancement) on developing grammar ability in Iranian EFL setting. Sixty-five female secondary high school students were selected as a homogenous sample out of about a 100-member population ...  Read More