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Interactional Feedback for SLA Researchers and Those with a TESOL Background
Recent second language acquisition (SLA) research has demonstrated a need for instructional activities that integrate form-focused instruction with communicative interaction in L2 classrooms. However, how this need should be addressed has been the focus of much debate in the literature. There are different ways of integrating focus on form into a classroom communicative context. In this talk, I will examine one way of doing so, which is through interactional feedback, which is, feedback generated through various negotiation and modification strategies that occur in the course of communicative interaction. I will begin by presenting a taxonomy of interactional feedback. Then, drawing on recent theory and research, I will explore some of the key issues and controversies surrounding its role in language acquisition, including how it is used, the different ways in which and the extent to which it affects L2 acquisition, the cognitive mechanisms utilized in its processing, and the role of various factors that can impact its effectiveness. I will conclude by discussing the insights that can be derived from such examination for how to provide effective feedback in L2 classrooms.
Hossein Nassaji 先生（University of Victoria)
Hossein Nassaji is Professor of Applied Linguistics in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Victoria, Canada. His teaching and research interests include second language acquisition, corrective feedback, form-focused instruction, task-based teaching, classroom discourse, and the application of sociocultural theories to second language research and pedagogy. His research has been published in numerous leading journals in the field such as Applied Linguistics, Applied Psycholinguistics, Language Learning, Modern Language Journal, and TESOL Quarterly.
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