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Developing Adaptive Systems at Early Stages of Children's Foreign Language Development
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ReCALL Volume 18, Number 1, ISSN 0958-3440

Abstract

This paper describes the integration of hypermedia adaptive systems for foreign language learners at an early age. Our research project is concerned with exploring the relationship between language learning and information technology according to six different phases: a preliminary study of the plausible adaptive system; the development of lessons based on hypermedia and learners' needs; the examination of language learners' profiles; the definition of an adapted interface; the integration of the systems in schools; and the evaluation of the use of such systems. While the last three stages are still under way, we have already obtained some significant feedback from preliminary observation and approaches, which chiefly reveal the importance of accounting for interrelated factors at an early age, such as specific learning strategies, skills, and graphical design.

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Espada, A.B.C., Garcia, M.R., Fuentes, A.C. & Gomez, E.M.D. (2006). Developing Adaptive Systems at Early Stages of Children's Foreign Language Development. ReCALL, 18(1), 45-62. Retrieved January 29, 2020 from .

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