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The experiment presented in the research (in which 57 students from 17 to 25 years of age participated) proved that grammar rules are comprehended easier, faster, and more effectively if visualized cues ... A methodology for teaching grammar with the use of comic books was developed as well as the methodological materials for teaching grammar to students of technical higher education institutions. ... Interesting classes with elements of technology of edutainment (education combined with entertainment) increase the learning motivation and help to focus on one grammar issue longer. ...doi:10.29051/el.v7iesp.2.15135 fatcat:kl63k62ujvhydir6ddd44gx7hy
We evaluate FlowSense by one case study with domain experts on a real-world data analysis problem and a formal user study. ... FlowSense employs a semantic parser with special utterance tagging and special utterance placeholders to generalize to different datasets and dataflow diagrams. ... The participant group includes visualization designers, data scientists, and software engineers who share data analysis interest but have different skill sets. ...doi:10.1109/tvcg.2019.2934668 pmid:31443010 fatcat:iwgiisiacrgxjgzshhqvwilob4
At the start of the study, there were no significant differences between readers and non-readers in vocabulary and grammar understanding, or in auditory and visual memory performance. ... group. ... Memory is clearly intimately tied to language and literacy development and interventions designed to improve any one of these abilities could benefit the others. ...doi:10.3104/reports.52 fatcat:edcligllhrb3xgkvzhkwk6da6u
Visual programming languages use pictures as programs. One approach to building a visual programming environment is to parameterlze a generic environment with a language specification. ... Our mechanism is a new type of grammar, called a picture layout grammar. We show how this type of grammar can describe the two-dimensional syntax of a visual language and give an example of its use. ... This grammar does not necessarily specify a unique decomposition of XOR-union, but since we are only interested in the group, we do not care how it is decomposed. ...doi:10.1016/s1045-926x(05)80013-8 fatcat:czamn52jmzcazgbabohei3msnu
Description of researched groups: Old = control group without visualizations on computers, in 2003; there were 20 students. ... The school was founded under the name of Secondary Grammar School Specialized in Natural Sciences and Mathematics for Gifted Students on April 22, 2003. ...doi:10.5485/tmcs.2009.0205 fatcat:pqralgaixbgknowbmyl4mmfysy
The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of Infographics-based learning on students' motivation on an English language grammar course. ... There are two groups including one experimental group (n = 30) that used the Infographics-based learning; and the other a controlled group (n = 30) which was instructed using non- Infographics-based learning ... Grammar is regarded as a highly significant level in English teaching. The language curriculum holds a special place. ...doi:10.46827/ejfl.v5i5.3919 fatcat:r4eia32b2rcrnfsq2sjvijrphq
Both groups studied a course of grammar by the same SLT under similar circumstances. ... The only exception was that while the first group studied the course using audio-visual aids and CALI, the second group did not (i.e., classical methods). ... An experimental study was used by Sadeghi & Dousti (2013) to measure the effects of the audio-visual aids and CALL on the performance of Iranian learners who study grammar. ...doi:10.5296/jsel.v1i2.4737 fatcat:bmfougthxzhilimkezucvewdni
Original papers are invited on all aspects of generative systems and grammars in design with particular emphasis on form-making. ... The Fall 1999 (Vol. 13, No. 4) special issue of AIEDAM will focus on "Generative Systems in Design." ... The editors are particularity interested in papers that introduce new ideas to this area of research. ...doi:10.1017/s0890060400003279 fatcat:3ral4i6rpfgnxerpjwwxqwt2t4
This is a survey of the main aims and results of the ESPRIT Basic Research W orking Group COMPUTING BY GRAPH TRANSFORMATION with main emphasize on COMPUGRAPH II, 1992 -1996, following up the rst phase ... Starting with an overview of the history of graph grammars and graph transformations the research goals and main results are presented within the following three research areas: Foundations, Concurrency ... Courcelle (Bordeaux) and an interesting extension of HR-grammars, called collage grammars, was studied in the Bremen group, where important decidability results and interesting applications to fractal ...doi:10.1016/s1571-0661(05)80185-9 fatcat:gwb5vskzgbe6jj3pny5n74bccm
Comparison of L2 laterality (as compared to L1 laterality) in auditory and visual groups failed to demonstrate greater RH lateralization for the visual versus auditory L2. ... Participants learning the auditory form exhibited decreasing reliance on bilateral PT sites across sessions. ... It is also interesting to note that this shift in lateralization occurred in both visual and auditory modalities. ...doi:10.1162/jocn.2006.18.12.1984 pmid:17129186 pmcid:PMC1868893 fatcat:zrvlt46nnffazb6tzluwmn5yku
The present study aimed at investigating the effect of using Infographics on teaching grammar for 6 th grade primary stage pupils and their attitude towards it. ... A group of sixty 6 th year primary stage pupils were randomly selected from Mansoura official Language School in the academic year 2018-2019, and divided equally into an experimental and a control groups ... . 7-Teachers should use effective and attractive teaching and learning tools specially the visual aids to develop and enhance students' attitude towards learning the subject. Suggestions for further ...doi:10.21608/maed.2020.177612 fatcat:msgbd4zqubfmbi7dpxol6nhiqq
One of the major goals of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments is to interpret human activity sensed by a variety of sensors. ... This is a special language with its own phonemes, its own morphemes (words) and its own syntax and it can be learned using machine learning techniques applied to gargantuan amounts of data collected by ... Special thanks to Abhijit Ogale who initiated the study of synergies in our laboratory. ...doi:10.3233/ais-2009-0002 pmid:21897837 pmcid:PMC3166625 dblp:journals/jaise/Aloimonos09 fatcat:lg5x63frr5a5rhchhjvi6ggtce
The Modern Language Journal
New textual materials specially designed for use in intensive courses, such as: a) Elementary grammars which avoid technica] terms, place less emphasis on translation, and present graded structural material ... More mechanical apparatus, in the nature of audio-visual aids, at reasonable cost, includ- ing: a) Records specially designed to teach pronunciation, and albums of records incorporating the drill material ...
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
One of the evolved images has been selected to illustrate the proceedings of the EvoStar conference in 2011. ... describes an Interactive Evolutionary system for generating pleasing 3D images using a combination of Grammatical Evolution and Jenn3d, a freely available visualiser of Cayley graphs of finite Coxeter groups ... In this study, an unmapped individual is replaced by its parent. a given discrete group, G, altering the generating set S can produce visually interesting geometric consequences for the Cayley graph representation ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-20520-0_38 fatcat:eadk6kmg2bfwtkjfrbc5lgsy4e
Both groups displayed a trend toward greater femininity over the 2-year period. 53-item bibliography.—G. G. Thompson. SPECIAL EDUCATION 451. De Prospo, Chris J. (Bureau CRMD, Brooklyn, N. Y.) ... (68 retested 2 years later on the Strong), and 63 second school juniors (34 retested 2 years later on the trong). ...
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