Influence of peers' feedback on the students of tertiary level in second language learning
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This research attempts to find out which type of feedback is more influential on students at the tertiary level. Both teacher’ and peers’ feedback are important for second language learning but the influence by peer’s feedback than their teachers’ feedback in a second language classroom at the tertiary level. To test the hypothesis a survey was conducted in four private universities. After analyzing the findings of the study, the hypothesis has been proven true. The paper concludes with some pedagogical suggestions on how to make feedbacks more effective.