Many English-language errors
English as a foreign-language student makes a lot of mistakes in class, right? Speech, writing, grammar and spelling mistakes are virtually a lifestyle with both teachers and students. This is a "healthy" problem because errors come with corrections. And learning comes with correction. (JD Brown, 1988) The more problems the students are, the more corrections they make. The more corrections you make, the more prone they will be. Most often, we learn more about our mistakes than our success. True or false?
Why use bug fixes?
When students create language classes, whether speech or writing, they usually want to know when they make serious mistakes in their production. Students ask, "Teacher, okay?" Of course they probably do this. In this case, some form or form of error correction techniques may prove useful. Although it is generally not recommended correcting learning disabilities during speech, the correction of speech or pronunciation should be done immediately after the discourse. If a majority of students result in consistent speech or pronunciation mistakes, a particular lesson should be asked. English or other foreign language learners are capable of writing and reading classes on their own or on an equal footing.
Debugging has basically three basic forms:
o Peer Correction
o Teacher Correction  Among these, the most effective acquisition of English or foreign language skills is self-correction. When students notice and correct their own mistakes, they better internalize the language. The next most desirable and most effective form is equal correction. When students are able to jointly recognize and correct their mistakes, they effectively help each other develop their English language skills with the lesser interference of their relevant Sensitive Filters. (Krashen-Terrell, 1983) Finally, the teacher corrects mistakes. It is an effective tool, but the last and the least used English or other foreign language correction. In cases where the EFL teacher can not speak mother tongue or close mother tongue, grammar or pronunciation problems, severe accent or speech, or otherwise, use fixed audio or video material for correction modeling. (B. Kashru, 1983)
Error Identification and Correct
Just entertaining, try some interesting examples. Can you identify and correct the tag's issue, modalities, and other bugs in the following sentences? Correct sentences must also be true.
It's Wednesday, is not it?
Rain falls today, is not it?
No books, right?
Do you like coffee?
Students must be allowed to pass the exams failed.
Teachers need to learn every day.
Students fail to pass their exams and pass the course, right?
You do not have to pay the university registration fee, right?
Yesterday was Monday, right?
So how well do you think? If you have any doubts or questions, please contact me. Keep in mind that the more bugs your students are, the more corrections they make. The more corrections you make, the more prone they will be. Let your students know that mistakes in English are wrong. Errors can be very effective learning tools. We often learn a lot more about mistakes than our successes, right now?
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