This research is a narrative teacher and student perceptions of corrective feedback on speech production in English. Research on examining perceptions and understandings of corrective feedback on speech production had not been highlighted individually within teachers and students nor specifically given a voice in terms of a narrative study. Most of the available research on corrective feedback focuses mainly on statistics which do not create a rich description of how teachers and students perceive and understand it. The study investigated the perceptions of corrective feedback of teachers and students in an English learning classroom. The participants used for the research were graduate students who are English language learners. Four questions were used for the research to examine teacher and student perceptions regarding English language learning in terms of corrective feedback on speech production. The research provided formal information on teacher and student-centered perceptions aimed at corrective feedback.
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