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Correction TechniquesWhen learning a new language, naturally you?re going to make mistakes. As an English as a Second Language teacher it is hard to know when and how to correct those mistakes. Kenneth Beare of About.com suggests there are four different kinds of mistakes a student is likely to make. These are mistakes in grammar, pronunciation, meaning, and in writing. Mistakes made in grammar include using incorrect verb tenses and other parts of speech. Mistakes in pronunciation include mistakes with word stress, basic pronunciation, rhythm and pitch. Mistakes in meaning include incorrect vocabulary and phrasal usage. Finally mistakes in writing are simply, mistakes in completing written assignments. Noticeably all of the mistakes involve descriptive skills. This stresses the need for descriptive skills in the classroom; they are the only way a teacher can observe mistakes and provide feedback. Another article from TEFL Boot Camp categorizes the type of mistakes that need to be corrected. It suggests students? mistakes come in the form of ?high frequency errors, stigmatizing errors, and errors that block understanding by the listener?. As an esl teacher, one needs to understand what a mistake or error is before