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The Effect of Intensive Planned Focus on Form on the Implicit L2 Knowledge of Iranian EFL Learners (Research Article)
|Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning|
|دوره 13، شماره 27، شهریور 2021، صفحه 137-162 اصل مقاله (868.61 K)|
|نوع مقاله: Research Paper|
|شناسه دیجیتال (DOI): 10.22034/elt.2021.44074.2339|
|Imam Khomeini International University|
|Attention to form in input now seems to have found its way into second language acquisition (SLA), and it is recommended that language learners’ consciousness be raised for language learning to occur and become intake. Input enhancement and output have received considerable attention in recent SLA as two attention-drawing devices. In the present study, we chose visual input enhancement to examine its effect on noticing and acquisition. To that end, two classes were randomly assigned to experimental and control groups. Both groups were exposed to ten different short stories for ten sessions for five weeks, but the type of exposure was different for each group. The English third person singular was highlighted for the experimental group through formatting techniques such as underlining, italicizing, and capitalising. Language learners in the experimental group were supposed to answer the questions following each short story and write a summary for it. Both groups were post tested one week after the treatment on both Noticing Test and a Written Production Test. The results of two independent t-tests showed the superiority of experimental group over the control group in noticing and learning the third person singular. Implications of the findings are discussed.|
|Input؛ Intake؛ Planned Focus on Form؛ Noticing|
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