Automated speech scoring for non-native middle school students with multiple task types

@inproceedings{Evanini2013AutomatedSS,
  title={Automated speech scoring for non-native middle school students with multiple task types},
  author={Keelan Evanini and Xinhao Wang},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2013}
}
This study presents the results of applying automated speech scoring technology to English spoken responses provided by non-native children in the context of an English proficiency assessment for middle school students. The assessment contains three diverse task types designed to measure a student’s English communication skills, and an automated scoring system was used to extract features and build scoring models for each task. The results show that the automated scores have a correlation of r… CONTINUE READING
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