Presentation 2011-06-24
Situated Evaluation of Written and Spoken Text
Kanako Maebo, Ayako Namba, Yasushi Tsubota, Masatake Dantsuji, Yasunari Harada,
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Abstract(in English) In schools and classrooms, spoken utterances and written texts are constantly being evaluated by the teachers, the students and other stake holders, explicitly and/or implicitly, regardless of the subjects being taught. When it comes to language classes, utterances and texts in the target language have to be evaluated, in their accuracy and fluency and with regard to the appropriateness of the choice of words, phrases and expressions based against the background of the context and situations of use being considered. In this article and presentation, we touch upon various criteria of text and utterance evaluation, automated evaluation systems implementing those criteria, and how those evaluation and feedbacks are to be used in language classes to promote interactions among students and motivate them to study autonomously.
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Keyword(in English) style / context / genre / appropriateness / automatic evaluation / mutual evaluation / autonomous learning / motivation
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Conference Date 2011/6/17(1days)
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Title (in English) Situated Evaluation of Written and Spoken Text
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Keyword(1) style
Keyword(2) context
Keyword(3) genre
Keyword(4) appropriateness
Keyword(5) automatic evaluation
Keyword(6) mutual evaluation
Keyword(7) autonomous learning
Keyword(8) motivation
1st Author's Name Kanako Maebo
1st Author's Affiliation Hitotsubashi University()
2nd Author's Name Ayako Namba
2nd Author's Affiliation Waseda University
3rd Author's Name Yasushi Tsubota
3rd Author's Affiliation Kyoto University
4th Author's Name Masatake Dantsuji
4th Author's Affiliation Kyoto University
5th Author's Name Yasunari Harada
5th Author's Affiliation Waseda University
Date 2011-06-24
Paper # TL2011-7
Volume (vol) vol.111
Number (no) 98
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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