An excellent way of nurturing and encouraging a global outlook is by making learning a foreign language fun and rewarding to students. Through students are involved in a stimulating learning environment in class, when a student is alone at home, a feedback mechanism that compares the student's pronunciation to that of native speakers can provide some motivating reinforcement for the students. This project investigates the effects of such a built in feedback mechanism on the student's pronunciation for a group of beginning Chinese students in Australia.
|Short title||What contribution can an evaluative tool make to l|
|Effective start/end date||13/08/02 → 13/08/03|