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A VIEW of Russian: Visual Input Enhancement and Adaptive Feedback

@inproceedings{Reynolds2014AVO,
  title={A VIEW of Russian: Visual Input Enhancement and Adaptive Feedback},
  author={Robert Joshua Reynolds and Eduard Schaf and Walt Detmar Meurers},
  year={2014}
}
We explore the challenges and opportunities which arise in developing automatic visual input enhancement activities for Russian with a focus on target selection and adaptive feedback. Russian, a language with a rich fusional morphology, has many syntactically relevant forms that are not transparent to the language learner, which makes it a good candidate for visual input enhancement (VIE). VIE essentially supports incidental focus on form by increasing the salience of language forms to support… CONTINUE READING
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