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Spring 2008

Title: Automatic Analysis of Learner Language (LL)

What's New?

Aims

  • Review the cutting-edge research into an automatic analysis of learner language “Automatic”: natural language processing techniques applied for learner language analysis
  • Papers based on the resources presented at the preconference workshop at CALICO 2008 with the same title as above:
  • Only PPT slides are available, so understanding the slides may not be so easy, but we can try.
  • The major purpose is to get to know how learner text is analyzed and how much automatization can be possible. Let's evaluate the method critically

Activities

  • Find a partner.
  • Choose one paper with PPT (no poster, please).
  • Look at the PPT file and figure out the meaning:
    • If there is any important reference, read it.
    • If there is any technical information you need, list it.
    • Make your own comments and implications for SLA and ELT.
  • Present your report with your partner using PPT.
  • Discuss the paper with your classmate.

Schedule

  • April 17
  • April 24
    • Granger (2002): reading & discussion (A) + Wiki
  • May 1
    • Granger (2002): reading & discussion (B) + Wiki
  • May 8
    • No class: *Please attend G-COE Conference
  • May 15
    • Overview of AALL & presentation scheduling
  • May 22
    • No class: *I'll be away for Int. Sym on Lexicography (Denmark)
  • May 29
    • Pendar (Murakami); Marzena (Akimoto)
  • June 5
    • Xiaofei (Hashimoto & Kaneta);
  • June 12
    • Mathias (Aydana); Gamon (Kaneta)
  • June 19
    • Deryle (Kaneta); Su-Youn Yoon (Yamaguchi)
  • June 26
    • Oyama & Bailey (Hitomi & Yanai); Tetreault (Murakami)
  • July 3
    • No class: *I'll be away for TALC2008 (Lisbon)
  • July 17
    • Lecture on AALL & discussion

Autumn 2008


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