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CALICO Journal

1995 Volume 13, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Facing the Triple Challenge: You Can't Do It Alone

    Stephen C. Ehrmann

    Discusses the benefits and challenges of technology in the teaching of foreign languages. Benefits include accessibility in time and space and an accessible learning process. Challenges include... More

    pp. 5-25

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  2. Practical Design and Implementation Considerations of a Computer Adaptive Foreign Language Test: The Monash/Melbourne French CAT

    Jack Burston & Monique Monville-Burston

    Describes the academic context in which the "French CAT" was created and trialed and gives a detailed consideration of the test presentation platform and operating algorithms. Finally, the article ... More

    pp. 26-46

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  3. An Effective Application of Natural Language Processing in Second Language Instruction

    Noriko Nagata

    Presents an intelligent computer-assisted language instruction (CALI) system called "Nihongo-CALI" (Japanese Computer Assisted Language Instruction), which employs natural language processing to... More

    pp. 47-67

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  4. Machine Translation As a Tool in Second Language Learning

    Don D. Anderson

    Describes the evaluation of Computronics Corporations'"Targumatic" (Hebrew into English), a PC-based machine translation system running under DOS, and shows how each problem and potential... More

    pp. 68-97

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