Garmsar Azad University , Iran
As many studies show, different corrective feedbacks have different effect on second language learning, hence this study is focused on the impact of different types of recast which are full and partial recast on noticing of the learners, in other word, the researcher intended to see which kind of recast resulted in better noticing on the part of learners. In doing so, it aims to help teachers to better understand the effectiveness of full recast and partial recast on noticing of learners. 32 EFL learners at the elementary level participated in the current research. They were divided in two different groups, one included 18 and the other 14 learners. Regarding data analysis, Paired-Samples t-test was run to analyze the data. The hypothesis of this study was retained, thereby showing there is no difference between full and partial recast in improving the learners’ noticing ability.
Corrective Feedback, Recast, Noticing