A Classification of Dialogue Actions in Tutorial Dialogue

  title={A Classification of Dialogue Actions in Tutorial Dialogue},
  author={Mark Buckley and Magdalena Wolska},
In this paper we present a taxonomy of dialogue moves which describe the actions that students and tutors perform in tutorial dialogue. We are motivated by the need for a categorisation of such actions in order to develop computational models for tutorial dialogue. As such, we build both on existing work on dialogue move categorisation for tutorial dialogue as well as dialogue taxonomies for general dialogue. Our taxonomy has been prepared by analysing a corpus of tutorial dialogues on… CONTINUE READING

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