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    Title: 非刻意語言學習 : 透過歌詞學習字彙
    Other Titles: Incidental language learning : learning vocabulary from lyrics
    Authors: 曾鼎雲;Tseng, Ding-Yun
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系碩士班
    Keywords: 多媒體;歌詞;推薦系統;回饋;行動學習;Web服務;multimedia;Lyrics;YouTube;Recommendation System;Feedback;m-learning;API;Web Service
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:57:06 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文的主要目標是設計一個推薦適合學習者程度歌曲,並找尋歌詞中值得學習的語文單元為目標的音樂學習工具。
    The purpose of this proposal is to design an English learning tool that is comfortable for the learner and is able to find targeted linguistic terms from lyrics.
    This tool will suggest music randomly based on the learner’s vocabulary level. During the music playback, the learner can view the lyrics simultaneously. In addition, to further the learner’s reading comprehension, certain key phrases are translated into Chinese, so that the learner can know the meaning of the phrase in the context of the song. The feedback mechanism tracks the learner’s progress and adjusts the recommended results accordingly.
    In this research, the use of information retrieval methodology assist this multimedia learning tool to retrieving meaningful linguistic terms through three features retrieve from corpus. The lyrics are available from the Internet. The linguistic terms within the lyrics are translated into Chinese using Google Translate. A YouTube embedded player is available for learners. With these features, the system can assist the learner to use the Internet more effectively to learn English.
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