Kicking off our new series of Learning Tips & Tricks, we’re talking about Corrective Feedback (the feedback we receive when we make grammatical errors and vocab mistakes).
Why does this matter? In order to make progress in your target language, you need to (1) get good corrective feedback and (2) know how to use it. Problem is - we don’t always get the corrective feedback we need - and even when we do get it, we don’t always make the best use of it.
If any of that sounds familiar, then stay tuned because this podcast is for you. Join your language guide Emily (linguist at Mango Languages) as she shares 5 simple tips that’ll help you get better corrective feedback and use it more effectively!
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*1 Boyd, R. (2008). Do people only use 10 percent of their brains. Scientific American, 7.