Titel: Intelligent Language Tutors: Theory Shaping Technology
Autor/en: Holland, U. S. Army Research Institute for the Be
ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL
September 1995 - gebunden - 402 Seiten
The techniques of natural language processing (NPL) have been widely applied in machine translation and automated message understanding, and recently in second language teaching. This book offers both an argument for and a critical examination of this new application.
Contents: V.M. Holland, Introduction: The Case for Intelligent CALL. Part I:Text-Based Language Tutors and Learning Environments. M.R. Sams, Advanced Technologies for Language Learning: The BRIDGE Project Within the ARI Language Tutor Program. A. Weinberg, J. Garman, J. Martin, P. Merlo, A Principle-Based Parser for Foreign Language Tutoring in German and Arabic. S. Kreyer, E. Criswell, Instructor as Author in an Adaptive, Multimedia, Foreign Language Tutor. M. Rypa, K. Feuerman, CALLE: An Exploratory Environment for Foreign Language Learning. L.S. Levin, D.A. Evans, ALICE-chan: A Case Study in ICALL Theory and Practice. C.H. Frederiksen, J. Donin, M. Decary, A Discourse Processing Approach to Computer-Assisted Language Learning. D. Loritz, GPARS: A Suite of Grammar Assessment Systems. Part II:Dialogue-Based Language Games. R.H. Sanders, A.F. Sanders, History of an AI Spy Game: Spion. W.H. DeSmedt, Herr Kommissar: An ICALL Conversation Simulator for Intermediate German. Part III:Graphics-Based Language Tutors and Learning Environments. H. Hamburger, Tutorial Tools for Language Learning by Two-Medium Dialog. S.A. Douglas, LingWorlds: An Intelligent Object-Oriented Environment for Second-Language Tutoring. R.S. Tomlin, Modeling Individual Tutorial Interactions: Theoretical and Empirical Bases of ICALL. J.H. Murray, Lessons Learned from the Athena Language Learning Project: Using Natural Language Processing, Graphics, Speech Processing, and Interactive Video for Communication-Based Language Learning. S. Felshin, The Athena Language Learning Project NLP System: A Multilingual System for Conversation-Based Language Learning. J.D. Kaplan, V.M. Holland, Application of Learning Principles to the Design of a Second Language Tutor. B. Dorr, J. Hendler, S. Blanksteen, B. Migdaloff, On Beyond Syntax: Use of Lexical Conceptual Structure for Intelligent Tutoring. Part IV:Theoretical Issues in Language Tutor Design and Assessment. B. MacWhinney, Evaluating Foreign Language Tutoring Systems. A. Bailin, AI and Language Learning: Theory and Evaluations. N. Garrett, ICALL and Second Language Acquisition. R.L. Oxford, Linking Theories of Learning with Intelligent Computer-Assisted Language Learning (ICALL).