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The extracted business vocabularies can also be used as a source of business knowledge to one of our ongoing developments--a tool for SBVR-based specification of business vocabularies and rules, i.
In her study, Pulido found that for learners with stronger passage sight vocabularies, the role of passage sight vocabulary in the perception of ease/difficulty in lexical inferencing depended on the degree of familiarity with the topic.
What can be added to the whole hosts of incidental vocabulary learning research is to differentiate between the notions of Receptive and Productive vocabularies in assessing learners' lexicon knowledge (Waring, 2000) by two forms of gloss during the incidental process of vocabulary learning.
In the Handbook of Reading Research (2000), there is discussion that the vocabularies of high and low ability learners show huge differences and the differences can be attributed to socioeconomic level.
Repeated readings of the text are essential for learners with more limited vocabularies and help them link the pronunciation of new words with their meanings.
The end-of-chapter vocabularies from Tu diras, Dicho, and Arriba present patterns similar to those observed in Puntos end-vocabulary in terms of the percentage of words in the one-to-one-thousand frequency range vs.
The age of children also seems to be a strong source of variation during shared storybook reading, perhaps because older children typically have larger vocabularies.
Thus, while considerable research reports the development of children's comprehension vocabularies in the home setting (e.
A series of coding schema were developed, and for each response, the following components were analyzed: accuracy of comprehension; use and accuracy of technical vocabularies that were introduced during the lesson; syntactic complexities; and the extent to which the students were able to form oral responses well.
In systems being used by children, as well as those designed specifically for children, there exist two fundamental representation problems: (1) the metadata or representation scheme of the system may not be designed with this specific user group in mind, and (2) few age-appropriate controlled vocabularies exist for use in creating metadata.
Enriching and developing pupil vocabularies should be a major goal in each academic discipline.