Towards a Reading Coach that Listens: Automated Detection of Oral Reading Errors

@inproceedings{Mostow1993TowardsAR,
  title={Towards a Reading Coach that Listens: Automated Detection of Oral Reading Errors},
  author={Jack Mostow and Alexander G. Hauptmann and Lin Lawrence Chase and Steven F. Roth},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={1993}
}
What skill is more important to teach than reading? Unfortunately, millions of Americans cannot read. Although a large body of educational software exists to help teach reading, its inability to hear the student limits what it can do. This paper reports a significant step toward using automatic speech recognition to help children learn to read: an implemented system that displays a text, follows as a student reads it aloud, and automatically identifies which words he or she missed. We… CONTINUE READING

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