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MMoOn Core – the Multilingual Morpheme Ontology

Bettina Klimek, Markus Ackermann, Martin Brümmer, Sebastian Hellmann, Philippe Ciminiano
2020 Semantic Web Journal  
In this paper, we present the Multilingual Morpheme Ontology called MMoOn Core which can be regarded as the first comprehensive ontology for the linguistic domain of morphological language data.  ...  The aim of the MMoOn Core ontology is to serve as a shared semantic model for linguists and NLP researchers alike to enable the creation, conversion, exchange, reuse and enrichment of morphological language  ...  Acknowledgement We acknowledge support from Leipzig University for Open Access Publishing.  ... 
doi:10.3233/sw-200412 fatcat:po3f7xiqbvazzaldkan6dj7szy

What can speech production errors tell us about cross-linguistic processing in bilingual aphasia? Evidence from four English/Afrikaans bilingual individuals with aphasia

Diane Kendall, Lisa Edmonds, Anine Van Zyl, Inge Odendaal, Molly Stein, Anita Van der Merwe
2015 South African Journal of Communication Disorders  
One of the four participants (linguistically balanced) showed no between language accuracy difference.  ...  Research questions were directed toward the between language differences in lexical retrieval abilities, types of errors produced and degree of cognate overlap.Results: Three of the four participants showed  ...  Acknowledgements Competing interests The authors declare that they have no financial or personal relationships that may have inappropriately influenced them in writing this article.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajcd.v62i1.111 pmid:26304219 pmcid:PMC5842982 fatcat:4rrwtbm66vb77ocpmyebz7x6sa

Imbalanced literacy? How a US national educational policy has affected English learners and their teachers

Judy Sharkey
2011 Colombian Applied Linguistics Journal  
It is told through the perspectives and experiences of six English language teachers in three public schools in one urban school district in the Northeastern United States.  ...  How is policy enacted on a local level? How does such policy affect the needs and realities of students and teachers? How does listening to teacher concerns contribute to valid critiques of policy?  ...  Federal literacy reforms and English language learners One of the greatest impacts of NCLB has been on reading instruction.  ... 
doi:10.14483/22487085.153 fatcat:dzd4hpkglrg3nhlsxanpfbktma

SD-QA: Spoken Dialectal Question Answering for the Real World [article]

Fahim Faisal, Sharlina Keshava, Md Mahfuz ibn Alam, Antonios Anastasopoulos
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We provide baseline results showcasing the real-world performance of QA systems and analyze the effect of language variety and other sensitive speaker attributes on downstream performance.  ...  However, current benchmarks in QA research do not account for the errors that speech recognition models might introduce, nor do they consider the language variations (dialects) of the users.  ...  Our task of assessing speech input error is conceptually similar to their speech input assessment.  ... 
arXiv:2109.12072v1 fatcat:pyy66fqphjb3fnw2lsk52eeovq

Developing a dictionary culture through integrated dictionary pedagogy in the outer texts of South African school dictionaries: the case of Oxford Bilingual School Dictionary: IsiXhosa and English

Dion Nkomo
2015 Lexicography  
However, the success of these endeavours depends on whether the target users use dictionaries in the first place, which still makes the role of teachers indispensable.  ...  In spite of the acknowledged poor dictionary culture, it is shown that the school curriculum provides sufficient space for dictionary use as part of everyday teaching and learning as well as the nurturing  ...  Lemmatisation of isiXhosa words: Given the complexities of lemmatisation in Bantu and Nguni languages in particular (cf.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40607-015-0021-8 fatcat:bsv7exwf6rfuhnjz3unxbipybm

Un capítulo poco conocido del estudio diccionarístico: La terminografía lexicográfica. Estado y propuestas

Jesús Camacho Niño
2018 Revista de Lexicografía  
alphabetic(al) organisation The principled use of ALPHABETICAL ORDER for the placing and retrieval of information in REFERENCE WORKS.  ...  basic vocabulary Those words selected by FREQUENCY counts and similar means, which are considered essential for communication in a language and thus also for purposes of learning that language.  ...  Meanwhile subjective linguistic intuition is usage information One of the INFORMATION CATEGORIES presented by the compiler and consulted by the user of the dictionary, based on USAGE.  ... 
doi:10.17979/rlex.2016.22.0.3321 fatcat:f5vmdjukx5h4pki4sulc36aizi

Reading and writing

2005 Language Teaching  
After in introductory section on definitions and explanations of learning strategies, the review goes on to present three different models for reading comprehension strategy instruction: Reciprocal Teaching  ...  The final part of the review looks at the implications for teaching reading strategies, where it is suggested strategy instruction is useful for diverse groups of learners and that a flexible, strategy-rich  ...  The impact of bilinguality on the learning of English vocabulary as a foreign language (L3).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805232639 fatcat:pj2tub5eb5efdmxezo3df6mnyq

Bilingualism

2005 Language Teaching  
After in introductory section on definitions and explanations of learning strategies, the review goes on to present three different models for reading comprehension strategy instruction: Reciprocal Teaching  ...  The final part of the review looks at the implications for teaching reading strategies, where it is suggested strategy instruction is useful for diverse groups of learners and that a flexible, strategy-rich  ...  The impact of bilinguality on the learning of English vocabulary as a foreign language (L3).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805262638 fatcat:37qxyeyvujcepfoim3lu4hdgje

Language testing

2005 Language Teaching  
After in introductory section on definitions and explanations of learning strategies, the review goes on to present three different models for reading comprehension strategy instruction: Reciprocal Teaching  ...  The final part of the review looks at the implications for teaching reading strategies, where it is suggested strategy instruction is useful for diverse groups of learners and that a flexible, strategy-rich  ...  The impact of bilinguality on the learning of English vocabulary as a foreign language (L3).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805242635 fatcat:kanpftt7evd4ni72oncm72vafi

Sociolinguistics

2005 Language Teaching  
After in introductory section on definitions and explanations of learning strategies, the review goes on to present three different models for reading comprehension strategy instruction: Reciprocal Teaching  ...  The final part of the review looks at the implications for teaching reading strategies, where it is suggested strategy instruction is useful for diverse groups of learners and that a flexible, strategy-rich  ...  The impact of bilinguality on the learning of English vocabulary as a foreign language (L3).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805272634 fatcat:pfm2n3rkv5c5jnmwwzveudzcei

Language learning

2005 Language Teaching  
After in introductory section on definitions and explanations of learning strategies, the review goes on to present three different models for reading comprehension strategy instruction: Reciprocal Teaching  ...  The final part of the review looks at the implications for teaching reading strategies, where it is suggested strategy instruction is useful for diverse groups of learners and that a flexible, strategy-rich  ...  The impact of bilinguality on the learning of English vocabulary as a foreign language (L3).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805222632 fatcat:73nt2adkrffvfl64dmytz6s2zi

Language teaching

2005 Language Teaching  
After in introductory section on definitions and explanations of learning strategies, the review goes on to present three different models for reading comprehension strategy instruction: Reciprocal Teaching  ...  The final part of the review looks at the implications for teaching reading strategies, where it is suggested strategy instruction is useful for diverse groups of learners and that a flexible, strategy-rich  ...  The impact of bilinguality on the learning of English vocabulary as a foreign language (L3).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805212636 fatcat:rbu36s5conh7nassb5l5kfijsu

Teacher education

2005 Language Teaching  
After in introductory section on definitions and explanations of learning strategies, the review goes on to present three different models for reading comprehension strategy instruction: Reciprocal Teaching  ...  The final part of the review looks at the implications for teaching reading strategies, where it is suggested strategy instruction is useful for diverse groups of learners and that a flexible, strategy-rich  ...  The impact of bilinguality on the learning of English vocabulary as a foreign language (L3).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805252631 fatcat:2c4dkfbftbccrbe4janp2a7fli

Lexikos 11

Lexikos Lexikos
2012 Lexikos  
The modern corpora of Swedish can also be consulted on Internet at: http://spraakbanken.gu.se/. More information about the Swedish Academy can be found at: http://www.svenskaakademien.se/.  ...  Postscript The version of the dictionary on Internet can be visited at: http://g3.spraakdata. gu.se/saob/konk/.  ...  impact on the written language.  ... 
doi:10.5788/11-0-864 fatcat:dnyk3ptdebf63ihsfg5jvck2hq

Lexikos 30

Lexikos Lexikos
2020 Lexikos  
Centre for Digital Language Resources (SADiLaR).  ...  Endnote Acknowledgements This research is supported by the South African Centre for Digital Language Resources (SADiLaR). Findings and conclusions are those of the authors.  ...  Secondly, we lay the foundation for further discussion and development of a common scheme for storing lexical data not only for the South African Bantu languages, but for the Bantu language family as a  ... 
doi:10.5788/30-1-1610 fatcat:6eksuj2d6fef7ijdrvj64vb5zq
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