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The purpose of this study was to identify the impact of immediate corrective feedback in classroom discussions on the level of knowing and applying the rules of Quran recitation among tenth grade students. To achieve this, researchers used two tools: a written test, and a verbal test. After confirming the validity and reliability of the tools, they were administered to 84 tenth grade female students. The results revealed that the second experimental group outperformed the first experimental group and the control group in the application of the rules of Quranic recitation. Also, the two experimental groups outperformed the control group in the knowledge of rules of Quranic recitation. The study puts forward a number of recommendations. The most important of which is the need to provide corrective feedback as it is one of classroom practices that provide the learner with information about the accuracy of her performance, and to modify underperformance or error. Also, there is a need to use a variety of methods of active corrective feedback in classroom.