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USE OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIEST IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN SECONDARY EDUCATION ITS ROLE IN IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LESSONS

Ostonoqulov Navruzbek, Normurodov Bahrom Hayrullayevich, Qodirova Mukaddas Tog'ayevna
2022 Zenodo  
Annotation: This article is about using ICT in a classroom which is as a tool for language learning has a lot more benefit.  ...  In an ICT enabled language learning class, the students would conduct the activities on the computer software platform and they will not have any sorts of hesitations or inhibitions.  ...  Analyzing statistical data (number of errors, correct / incorrect responses, requests for help, time spent on individual tasks.), the teacher judges the degree and quality of students ' knowledge formation  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.7111271 fatcat:3gopcr5bovdzjdnllgkvka5tle

A Blended-learning Pedagogical Model for Teaching and Learning EFL Successfully Through an Online Interactive Multimedia Environment

Emerita Bañados
2013 CALICO journal  
The online software is an interactive multimedia environment which houses all the materials and ICT tools that learners need in one central web platform.  ...  The English program aims to develop integrated linguistic skills with a focus on learning for authentic communication.  ...  Manager of the Language Learning Environment Teachers have to orchestrate diverse variables in the learning environment to create favorable conditions for SLA.  ... 
doi:10.1558/cj.v23i3.533-550 fatcat:drho2p2mzfa3noiivzj4qfayei

Pronunciation learning environment: EFL students' cognitions of in-class and out-of-class factors affecting pronunciation acquisition

Magdalena Szyszka
2018 Theory and Practice of Second Language Acquisition  
The way a foreign language (L2) learner perceives his or her educational environment may affect their processes of L2 acquisition.  ...  exposure to multimedia that provide access to a broad range of L2 pronunciation varieties.  ...  In a foreign language learning context, where contacts with an authentic language and interactions with native L2 speakers are limited, a teacher usually performs a crucial role in the process of acquiring  ... 
doaj:6d41edbe57154ee28f03a9baeef5098a fatcat:n33rpf5kyfcjjda3pko56s6ame

Creating conversational interfaces for children

S. Narayanan, A. Potamianos
2002 IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio Processing  
Results of using these data in developing novel language and dialog models as well as in a unified maximum likelihood framework for acoustic decoding in ASR and semantic classification for spoken language  ...  Realistic conversational multimedia interaction data were obtained from 160 children who played a voice-activated computer game in a Wizard of Oz (WoZ) scenario.  ...  Riccardi for his work in language model adaptation for the "Carmen Sandiego" task; and to R. C. Rose for many useful discussions on speaker normalization and utterance verification.  ... 
doi:10.1109/89.985544 fatcat:kwb6q3u3fvaaxmvol3jywvaofu

Development of Listening Learning Multimedia Based on Metacognitive Strategies for Intermediate Indonesian for Speakers of Other Language (BIPA) Learners

2020 International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies  
Based on these findings, this learning multimedia can be used as an alternative of learning media for listening in the intermediate level of BIPA.  ...  This study aims to develop listening learning multimedia based on metacognitive strategies for intermediate BIPA students and to describe the feasibility of these products based on the validation of material  ...  Multimedia has been widely used in the process of learning a second language or a foreign language because this multimedia has various advantages or benefits.  ... 
doi:10.23918/ijsses.v7i3p154 fatcat:wwsypjlgy5b27bji24ogkhgyza

Explicit Pragmatic Instruction In Teaching English As A Foreign Language

Fauzul Aufa
2016 Journal of English and Education  
To achieve communicative competence in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) context, EFL learners need to develop their pragmatic competence which is better taught explicitly in the classroom.  ...  This essay argues that while the implicit instruction is reasonably applicable, the explicit pragmatic instruction is more effective to facilitate EFL learners in developing their pragmatic competence.  ...  Besides showing a sad face to show an error response, this technique also included repetition of learners' inappropriate sentences with rising intonation.  ... 
doi:10.20885/jee.vol5.iss1.art3 fatcat:xizzfmalcbae7btmr45pws5jii

Toward the Development of SMART Communication Technology: Automating the Analysis of Communicative Trouble and Repair in Dementia

Brooke-Mai Whelan, Daniel Angus, Janet Wiles, Helen J Chenery, Erin R Conway, David A Copland, Christina Atay, Anthony J Angwin
2018 Innovation in aging  
Notably, with disease progression comes an increase in the frequency of communication difficulty and a reduction in the effectiveness of attempts to remedy breakdowns in communication.  ...  The aim of the current research was to evaluate the utility of an automated discourse analysis tool (i.e., Discursis) in distinguishing between different types of trouble and repair signaling behaviors  ...  Speaker 1: I went to a party last night. TIB2: Requests for confirmation-Repetition with reduction Speaker 2: Last night?  ... 
doi:10.1093/geroni/igy034 pmid:30539162 pmcid:PMC6276976 fatcat:4si6wgwr7bep3l4zzid5u2mhce

A Look at the Status of Computer Assisted Language Learning and its Applications

Masoud Azizinezhad, Masoud Hashemi
2013 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The result yields a good guideline for those who are to make a judgment or decision on what's most congruent for their students and the teaching strategy they adopt.  ...  The only thing to be done then is to know the circumstances well and try to keep a balance between the old and new teaching traditions to remain successful in our professions.  ...  Programs embodying ASR normally provide a native speaker model that the learner is requested to imitate, but the matching process is not 100% reliable and may result in a learner's perfectly intelligible  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.09.163 fatcat:kpovdb4mvvabrhndbsv7ozfvci

The Road to Natural Conversational Speech Interfaces

Charles L. Ortiz
2014 IEEE Internet Computing  
To be practical, VPAs deployed in diverse, even noisy, environments must be robust.  ...  Utterance 3 is an example of an indirect speech act. 2 Although it is answerable with a simple yes or no, neither response would be particularly satisfying; this is, in fact, a disguised request to perform  ... 
doi:10.1109/mic.2014.36 fatcat:umfhquvygzgf3gyhhozdvfo7x4

User-centered modeling for spoken language and multimodal interfaces

S. Oviatt
1996 IEEE Multimedia  
Typically, they have relied on instruction, training and practice with the system to attempt to encourage users to speak in a manner that matches system processing capabilities.  ...  Research from this perspective currently represents a gap in our scientific knowledge, which is widely recognized as having generated a bottleneck in our ability to support robust speech for real commercial  ...  We also would like to thank our corporate supporters: Apple Computer, AT&T/NCR, ATR Intl., CIC, ETRI, GTE  ... 
doi:10.1109/93.556458 fatcat:s4wrmd2ifbglnbihttjnitgtry

Owóksape - An Online Language Learning Platform for Lakota

Jan Ullrich, Elliot Thornton, Peter Vieira, Logan Swango, Marek Kupiec
2020 Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages  
The Lakota language (Lak ȟótiyapi) is a Siouan language native to the United States with fewer than 2000 fluent speakers.  ...  This project grew out of various multimedia resources in order to combine their most effective aspects into a single, self-paced learning tool.  ...  These exercises provide a varied prompt asking for a response in the form of rearranging words in the correct order to produce a coherent Lakota sentence.  ... 
dblp:conf/sltu/UllrichTVSK20 fatcat:zmjrt377xrc47mbrvxwtntekxa

Assessing Learner Strategies Using Computers: New Insights and Limitations

Hsien-Chin Liou
2000 Computer Assisted Language Learning  
The findings and data collection techniques provide researchers in other fields with a new horizon where different sources of second-language learner data can be triangulated to help uncover the second  ...  It first reviews empirical studies, including two recent projects that have used the computer to record the interactive process where second language learners demonstrate different on-line language learning  ...  Some scholars (to be enumerated shortly) have used the computer to record learning process while learners are using the computer software for language learning purposes.  ... 
doi:10.1076/0958-8221(200002)13:1;1-k;ft065 fatcat:sg427uvtnjck5gv4oxqo46o5bm

Embedding Technology at the front end of the Human Translation Workflow: An NVTC Vision

Carol Van Ess-Dykema, Helen G. Gigley, Stephen Lewis, Emily Vancho Bannister
2008 Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas  
This paper describes the strategic vision for a new translation management workflow for the US Government's National Virtual Translation Center (NVTC).  ...  ., translation memory technology, specialized lexicons, and machine translation), technology-generated "seed translation", a new human work role called "paralinguist" to assess the "seed translation" and  ...  Acknowledgments NVTC acknowledges the Technology Development Group effort to develop the parallel corpora alignment proof-of-concept system.  ... 
dblp:conf/amta/Ess-DykemaGLB08 fatcat:sysgwyi3vjhi3g33ikvjkzmazu

Why machines should analyse intention in natural language dialogue

PAUL MC KEVITT, DEREK PARTRIDGE, YORICK WILKS
1999 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
In turn, the hypothesis provides evidence for a theory of intention analysis for natural-language dialogue processing.  ...  One of the most di$cult problems in Arti"cial Intelligence (AI) is to construct a natural language processing system which can interact with users through a natural language dialogue.  ...  In the latter multimedia systems, natural-language processing is used more for annotation through text generation whereas we are interested in analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1006/ijhc.1999.0271 fatcat:rb4dyl3x3bgqdlsyoczhfzpfc4

Foreign language teaching with WebCT support

Sarka Hubackova
2010 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
In language teaching the e-learning can offer in addition: an easy possibility to enclose original texts and to actualize them in a simple way, to use audio records and video records done by native speakers  ...  E-Learning represents a wide field of acquiring knowledge through information and telecommunication technologies.  ...  Of course, an effective use of the ICT in eLearning is influenced to a large extend by a responsible students´ attitude to the work on a given task.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.07.020 fatcat:lchdz6brwvgodkk2b54z6w23yi
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