The implementation of grammar in a hypermedia system for language learning
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In this paper an interactive video system for language learning will be discussed. The various parts and media contained in the system are connected by a multitude of links which lend themselves to explorative learning. Particular attention is given to the way the grammar section is incorporated and how it is accessed.
Key wordslanguage learning interactive video hypermedia explorative learning communicative approach learner strategies dynamic links customized grammar screens
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