Abstract

Purpose of the study: Investigating the effect of corrective feedback on Indonesian students' writing accuracy was the aim of this present study.

Methodology: The methods used were a true experiment with a pretest-treatment-posttest-delayed posttest design was employed to address the research questions and a two-way ANOVA to examine.

Main Findings: The data collected was the grammatical accuracy scores from the three groups (comprehensive corrective feedback/CCF, selective corrective feedback/SCF, and non-grammatical feedback/NGF).

Applications of this study: Indonesian EFL students’.

Novelty/Originality of this study: EFL writing teacher is suggested to accommodate the integrated teaching of grammatical features in a communicative context.

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