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Page 1374 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 29, Issue 3 [page]

1995 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
/ conceptual model use; 9506010 Pribbenow, S., Raumliche Konzepte in Wissens- und Sprachverarbei- tung: Hybride Verarbeitung von Lokalisierung (Spatial Concepts in Knowledge and Linguistic Processing:  ...  pro- posal; 9505988 expert system natural language explanation generator, knowledge ac- quisition/documentation system based strategies use, DIAMOD project report; 9506024 formal dialogue model, ontological  ... 

The Effects of Construct Redundancy on Readers' Understanding of Conceptual Models

Palash Bera, Geert Poels
2017 Journal of Database Management  
The clarity of such models can be compromised if they are constructed using a conceptual modelling grammar exhibiting construct redundancy where one real-world phenomenon maps to two or more grammar constructs  ...  They introduced a theory of ontological expressiveness (1993) that predicts that if a conceptual modeling grammar does not have a one-one mapping between its constructs and the constructs of an ontological  ...  Second, ontological predictions might need to be differentiated for separate groups of target users of the grammar and/or scripts.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jdm.2017070101 fatcat:6qbrtpn57nhcpodcbztk6oc6fy

The First Corpus-Driven Lexical Database of Lithuanian as L2

Jolanta Kovalevskaite, Loïc Boizou, Agne Bielinskiene, Laima Jancaite, Erika Rimkute
2020 Human Language Technology - The Baltic Perspectiv  
The article presents a new resource for A2-B2 learners of Lithuanian as L2 to improve their lexical competence and language production skills.  ...  For this study, we adopt the inductive procedure of Corpus Pattern Analysis which was partly automated using the Lithuanian Sketch Grammar in Sketch Engine.  ...  ) and neutral gender for adjectives playing an auxiliary role.  ... 
doi:10.3233/faia200630 dblp:conf/hlt/KovalevskaiteBB20 fatcat:iagrocmaazbddgxg7tkb4ravve

A Critical Review of Consciousness-Raising Approaches: Applied Linguistics vs. Systemic Functional Linguistics

Aiyoub Jodairi Pineh
2016 International Journal of Linguistics  
It has also implications for the English language teaching and learning in EFL contexts. </span></p>  ...  (GM) in SFL as a compatible resource for consciousness-raising.  ...  While the mainstream AL extended the domain of consciousness-raising from traditional approaches to language teaching and learning from grammar for the sake of grammar to grammar as an aid for learning  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijl.v8i2.9273 fatcat:yk5gbsty7zbevl624y7bfqu2r4

Intuitive Theories as Grammars for Causal Inference [chapter]

Joshua B. Tenenbaum, Thomas L. Griffiths, Sourabh Niyogi
2007 Causal Learning  
Our work on intuitive theories has been guided by an analogy to the linguist's project of working out generative grammars for natural languages and accounting for the use and learnability of those grammars  ...  Indeed, many words in English bear such dual identities (including the words "fish" and "people").  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195176803.003.0020 fatcat:p2ht7xcejfdzfjrey5kqd5nz7y

A Spider's Approach To STEAM

Stefan Haesen
2019 STEAM  
In this paper we present an overview of different approaches towards STEAM education, including the choices in methodology and pedagogy.  ...  From these various viewpoints we build up a framework for STEAM education and relate it to a real-world problem, namely, how a small spider can catch a prey.  ...  others is an integral part of the design process.  ... 
doi:10.5642/steam.20190401.09 fatcat:6jvixiaomrgynh5zj7padchqh4

A Multilingual Perspective on Translanguaging

Jeff MacSwan
2017 The American Educational Research Journal  
I argue that the political use of language names can and should be distinguished from the social and structural idealizations used to study linguistic diversity, favoring what I call an integrated multilingual  ...  model of individual bilingualism, contrasted with the unitary model and dual competence model.  ...  In this context, I distinguish three views of multilingualism-a unitary model, a dual competence model, and an integrated multilingual model-arguing that evidence supports the integrated perspective, which  ... 
doi:10.3102/0002831216683935 fatcat:3djtqxpdwzabjad6ajupfey4mi

Teaching through urban sensorium: urban spatiality as a smart learning environment

Gaana Jayagopalan, Sweta Mukherjee
2022 Smart Learning Environments  
spatial urban ontologies both digitally, and in real-world experiences of learning, furthering learner autonomy and reflection.  ...  By drawing from a range of transdisciplinary and experiential modes of learning, this paper maps how an undergraduate course on Bangalore city in India served learners to critically engage with and experience  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the students enrolled in this course for their engaged learning and reflections.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40561-022-00186-x fatcat:msd7el56xzcbllbodbkvmmqfqq

Role of Philosophy of Education in India

Kiran Srivastava
2017 Tattva - Journal of Philosophy  
Such an approach could help in developing an integrated approach of teachers towards education and assist in strengthening their role in shaping the inner potential of a learner in a constructive manner  ...  and Swami Vivekananda.  ...  The scheme of education, according to him, has two integral senses as it is simultaneously an integral part of five aspects of the individual being and is also integral for the nation and to the humanity  ... 
doi:10.12726/tjp.18.2 fatcat:dqjzeknx5bchnoka2rjcqf52gm

Integrated, Not Isolated: Defining Typological Proximity in an Integrated Multilingual Architecture

Michael T. Putnam, Matthew Carlson, David Reitter
2018 Frontiers in Psychology  
On the surface, bi-and multilingualism would seem to be an ideal context for exploring questions of typological proximity.  ...  Following an initial proposal from Hsin (2014), we conjecture that bilingual grammars are neither isolated, nor (completely) conjoined with one another in the bilingual mind, but rather exist as integrated  ...  Here we discuss the fundamental ontology of an integrated grammar and how typological similarities and differences can be accounted for in a clear and systematic way.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02212 pmid:29354079 pmcid:PMC5758582 fatcat:3uo4dvqyajh4xhapachao3f5pu

Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition edited by ROBINSON, PETER, & NICK C. ELLIS

GRETCHEN SUNDERMAN
2009 The Modern Language Journal  
to matters of general interest to members of the profession; (c) are intended primarily for use as textbooks or instructional aids in classrooms where foreign and second languages, literatures, and cultures  ...  MLJ Review Policy The MLJ reviews books, monographs, computer software, and materials that (a) present results of research in-and methods of-foreign and second language teaching and learning; (b) are devoted  ...  Nonetheless, Dalton-Puffer's efforts point to the need for a theoretical basis for CLIL programs, and this, of course, could lead to practice that is theory driven or, perhaps more interesting, an integration  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-4781.2009.00946.x fatcat:4w3nj6g67jct3crfghh3nk5wum

Formal Ontology Learning on Factual IS-A Corpus in English using Description Logics [article]

Sourish Dasgupta, Ankur Padia, Kushal Shah, Prasenjit Majumder
2016 arXiv   pre-print
We introduce a learner tool, called DLOL_IS-A, that generated such ontologies in the owl format.  ...  Ontology Learning (OL) is the computational task of generating a knowledge base in the form of an ontology given an unstructured corpus whose content is in natural language (NL).  ...  OL measures the number of concepts that are extra in the engineered ontology in comparison to the learner generated ontology. OL is a dual of Lexical Recall (LR) in the sense that OL = 1 -LR.  ... 
arXiv:1312.6947v2 fatcat:2zmhans7xrg6bmlfy46thcp5pu

Organising information for multimedia learning

David Bickerton
1994 ASp  
Tous droits réservés Organising information for multimedia learning ASp, 4 | 2012 INDEX Mots-clés: apprentissage des langues, bibliothèque, classification, multimédia, projet Melodi  ...  I have heard being called "documents intégrés".  ...  record for an authoritative answer.  ... 
doi:10.4000/asp.4146 fatcat:i6ywt4vpd5dwncjcytnb4e2ag4

Methodological bases of a progressive mentalism

Rudolf P. Botha
2012 Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics  
capacity of an ideal language learner (that is, the initial state of the language faculty).  ...  Lenneberg was quite right to take the trouble to emphasize that 'the discovery and description of innate mechanisms is a thoroughly empirical procedure and is an integral part of modern scientific inQuiry  ...  Again Chomsky fails to bring the absence of external evidence for this filter to bear on its correctness. NOTES TO CHAPTER 5 1.  ... 
doi:10.5774/3-0-121 fatcat:dnckrncokzdjzlj45kk2v243cq

Methodological bases of a progressive mentalism

Rudolf P. Botha
1980 Synthese  
capacity of an ideal language learner (that is, the initial state of the language faculty).  ...  Lenneberg was quite right to take the trouble to emphasize that 'the discovery and description of innate mechanisms is a thoroughly empirical procedure and is an integral part of modern scientific inQuiry  ...  Again Chomsky fails to bring the absence of external evidence for this filter to bear on its correctness. NOTES TO CHAPTER 5 1.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00413715 fatcat:q3rljcqs3fgexo62343krm4664
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