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Although a large number of studies have focused on oral corrective feedback in communicative classes, comparatively, few have focused on the corrective feedback devices used in writing classes. Whenever emphasis has been placed on the corrective feedback employed in writing classes, the focus has primarily been on the written corrective feedback. Where oral corrective feedback employed in writing classes serves as the research focus, the context has mostly been teacher-student conferences. This study attempts to shed more light on the usage of the different kinds of corrective feedback devices during teacherfronted class sessions. It investigates the corrective feedback usage of a teacher in a Thai EFL writing class and aims to answer the following three research questions: 1) What kinds of corrective feedback are employed?; 2) To what extent does the participant use corrective feedback devices?; and 3) How does the participant utilize corrective devices?



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