OBJECTIVE To see whether action and object processing across different tasks and modalities differs in brain-injured speakers of Chinese with varying fluency and lesion locations within the left hemisphere. METHOD Words and pictures representing actions and objects were presented to a group of 33 participants whose native and/or dominant language was… (More)
In this study, we offer some suggestions for the curriculum content design in teaching Mandarin Chinese as a second language based on our experimental works, with the aid of computational linguistics.
In this paper, we describe how to apply Adaptive Learning and a schedule-based flashcard in an e-learning system to enhance the quality of online self learning. Adaptive Learning is an important component of e-learning, as it offers flexible solutions to learners to fit their real-time learning needs. Meanwhile, the flashcard concept provides learners with… (More)