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ERIC Number: ED047527
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Sep
Pages: 153
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CUM LAUDE: A New Approach in Designing Computer-Assisted Language Programs.
Urion, Henry K.
CUM LAUDE (Computerized Understanding of Morphology--Language Acquisition under Development in Education) is a unique attempt to develop a system of computer programs enabling a machine to "understand" the grammatical relationships between the various parts of speech in a natural language. In response to an analysis of current computer-assisted language instruction (CALI) programs, it is argued that the full capability of a computer in drilling students on elementary language grammar will be attained when a greater understanding of the morphology of languages is built into the computer. Such an approach ultimately would enable a computer not only to instruct a language dynamically in an educational capacity, but also to make available its usefulness to those language teachers not well trained in machine languages. This project includes the exemplary development of a system of programs which teaches the verb formations of three languages: French, German, and English. The system is flexible in that the student has control over the selection of the verbs and tenses upon which he will be drilled. (Author)
National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Virginia 22151 (AD-716 420, MF $.95, HC $3.00)
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Sponsor: Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Arlington, VA.
Authoring Institution: Dartmouth Coll., Hanover, NH. Thayer School of Engineering.
Identifiers: Computer Assisted Language Instruction; Computerized Understanding of Morphology Language