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Allen, John Robin; Periyasamy, Kasilingam – CALICO Journal, 1997
Argues that when the principles of engineering are applied to development of computer-assisted language learning software, resulting products are more reliable, easier to maintain, and easier to modify later. Those principles were used in developing the Elementary Language Study Exerciser, a program that drills students and corrects their written…
Descriptors: College Instruction, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Software Development, Courseware
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Allen, John Robin – CALICO Journal, 1996
Discusses how computer-assisted language learning programs can generate error messages to help students in different ways. The article points out that an easier solution is to program a computer to recognize several different kinds of generic errors not related to any particular question but applicable to many situations, in order to generate…
Descriptors: College Students, Computer Assisted Instruction, Error Analysis (Language), Error Correction