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Second Language Studies: Acquisition, Learning, Education and Technology

Tokyo, Japan
22-24 September 2010

Teaching And Learning Environment

A resource for learning Swedish oral skills
Linda Ösp Heimisdóttir, Cecilia Ovesdotter Alm, Ian Alden Coots, Kateri Krantz-Odendahl

Bridging a gap between L2 research and classroom practice (1): English as a lingua franca (ELF) in asia and some assessment based on common european framework of reference for languages (CEFR)
Michiko Nakano, Eiichiro Tsutsu, Yusuke Kondo

Bridging the gap between L2 research and classroom practice (2): evaluation of automatic scoring system for L2 speech
Yusuke Kondo, Eiichiro Tsutsui, Michiko Nakano

Bridging the gap between L2 research and classroom practice (3) online assessment and practical teaching
Eiichiro Tsutsui, Yusuke Kondo, Michiko Nakano

Laying the groundwork for ongoing learning: a scaffolded approach to language education in Japanese elementary schools and beyond
Francesco Bolstad, Toshiyuki Kanamaru, Akira Tajino

Form-focused task-oriented dialogues for computer assisted language learning: a pilot study on German dative
Magdalena Wolska, Sabrina Wilske

Development of a system to assist simultaneous interpretation and shadowing
Michiko Watanabe, Youichi Tokioka, Keikichi Hirose

ARTICULA - a tool for Spanish vowel training in real time
William R. Rodríguez, Oscar Saz, Eduardo Lleida

A multilingual platform for building speech-enabled language courses
Manny Rayner, Pierrette Bouillon, Nikos Tsourakis, Johanna Gerlach, Claudia Baur, Maria Georgescul, Yukie Nakao

Visual articulatory feedback for phonetic correction in second language learning
Pierre Badin, Atef Ben Youssef, Gérard Bailly, Frédéric Elisei, Thomas Hueber

Cognitive effects of robot-assisted language learning on oral skills
Sungjin Lee, Hyungjong Noh, Jonghoon Lee, Kyusong Lee, Gary Geunbae Lee

Science And Technology Of Speech And Language For Education

A study of pitch patterns of sentence utterances by Japanese speakers of English in comparison with native speakers of English
Tomoko Nariai, Kazuyo Tanaka

Towards a computer-aided pronunciation training system for German learners of Mandarin - prosodic analysis
Hussein Hussein, Hansjörg Mixdorff, Hue San Do, Si Wei, Shu Gong, Hongwei Ding, Qianyong Gao, Guoping Hu

Effects of pitch cues on the identification of vowel length in L2 Japanese
Izumi Takiguchi

Examination of the relationship between L2 perception and production: an investigation of English /r/-/l/ perception and production by adult Japanese speakers
Kota Hattori, Paul Iverson

Consonant cluster production in Japanese learners of English
Yoshiho Shibuya, Donna Erickson

Can we predict who will benefit from computer-based phonetic training?
Valerie Hazan, Yoon Hyun Kim

Attention to critical acoustic features for L2 phonemic identification and its implication on L2 perceptual training
Yoon Hyun Kim, Jung-Oh Kim

Speech analysis for automatic evaluation of shadowing
Dean Luo, Yutaka Yamauchi, Nobuaki Minematsu

Synthesizing expressive speech to convey focus using a perturbation model for computer-aided pronunciation training
Fanbo Meng, Helen Meng, Zhiyong Wu, Lianhong Cai

Multimodal learning of words: a study on the use of speech synthesis to reinforce written text in L2 language learning
Kevin Dela Rosa, Gabriel Parent, Maxine Eskenazi

Automatic generation of cloze question distractors
Rui Pedro dos Santos Correia, Jorge Baptista, Nuno Mamede, Isabel Trancoso, Maxine Eskenazi

Automatic selection of collocations for instruction
Adam Skory, Maxine Eskenazi

Toward a chanting robot for interactively teaching English to children
Ryo Nagata, Tomoya Mizumoto, Kotaro Funakoshi, Mikio Nakano

Applications of the buckeye GTA corpus for L2 teaching and research
Jocelyn B. Hardman, Elizabeth McCullough

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Perception Of A Second Language

Teaching And Learning Environment

Automatic Pronunciation Assessment

Production Of A Second Language

New Technologies And Methodologies Help Language Learning (Demo Session)

Science And Technology Of Speech And Language For Education

Primary School English Education In Asia (Special Session)

Prosodic Training And Corrective Feedback