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An Evaluation of Japanese CALL Systems on the WWW: Comparing a Freely Input Approach with Multiple Selection
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Computer Assisted Language Learning Volume 12, Number 1, ISSN 0958-8221

Abstract

Compares two Web-based systems. The Japanese writing computer-assisted language-learning system, the T system, enables learners to key-in sentences freely, detects learners' errors and displays appropriate feedback messages to guide learners to correct errors themselves. The M system enables learners to input their answer from a multiple selection and displays only the correct answer as feedback, regardless of the learners' response. (Author/VWL)

Citation

Yang, J.C. & Akahori, K. (1999). An Evaluation of Japanese CALL Systems on the WWW: Comparing a Freely Input Approach with Multiple Selection. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 12(1), 59-79. Retrieved December 8, 2019 from .

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