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System Flow

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Details of the entire system

There is no limit to the numbers of modules; however each module has 10 stages. Each module has a difficulty level which is greater than the previous module.

Each module consists of the followings learning components with the following stage breakdown:

  • Text association – stages 1 to 3
  • Speech recognition – stages 4 to 6
  • Grammar capability – stages 7 to 9
  • Module Assessment – stage 10

Each stage contains a resource to help learn its associated component e.g. a picture to learn text association, and this is reinforced at the later stages through the use of other resources.

Once the user has completed all the individual resources for the module, he will be subjected to a module assessment which will judge his absorption of the content. In order to move on to the next module the user has to obtain a certain percentage for his score (which was pre-set). As the user advances to the next module, the difficulty increases.

Module 0: Pre-course This is the first stage where the user starts to use the system. In this stage he will learn the fundamental requirements of the language. For example, the alphabets A to Z, phonics, numbers. Users should be able to speak read the alphabets, numbers and etc.

Alphabets:

  • Stage 1: Recognizing the alphabet
  • Stage 2: Reading the alphabet
  • Stage 3: Associate the alphabet with a picture

Numbers:

  • Stage 3: Recognizing the number
  • Stage 4: Reading the number
  • Stage 5: Spelling the number

Colours:

  • Stage 6: Recognizing the colour
  • Stage 7: Reading the colour
  • Stage 8: Spelling the colour
  • Stage 9: Associate the colour with a picture
  • Stage 10: Assessment

Details of the entire system

There is no limit to the numbers of modules; however each module has 10 stages. Each module has a difficulty level which is greater than the previous module.

Each module consists of the followings learning components with the following stage breakdown:

  • Text association – stages 1 to 3
  • Speech recognition – stages 4 to 6
  • Grammar capability – stages 7 to 9
  • Module Assessment – stage 10

Each stage contains a resource to help learn its associated component e.g. a picture to learn text association, and this is reinforced at the later stages through the use of other resources.

Once the user has completed all the individual resources for the module, he will be subjected to a module assessment which will judge his absorption of the content. In order to move on to the next module the user has to obtain a certain percentage for his score (which was pre-set). As the user advances to the next module, the difficulty increases.

Module 0: Pre-course This is the first stage where the user starts to use the system. In this stage he will learn the fundamental requirements of the language. For example, the alphabets A to Z, phonics, numbers. Users should be able to speak read the alphabets, numbers and etc.

Alphabets:

  • Stage 1: Recognizing the alphabet
  • Stage 2: Reading the alphabet
  • Stage 3: Associate the alphabet with a picture

Numbers:

  • Stage 3: Recognizing the number
  • Stage 4: Reading the number
  • Stage 5: Spelling the number

Colours:

  • Stage 6: Recognizing the colour
  • Stage 7: Reading the colour
  • Stage 8: Spelling the colour
  • Stage 9: Associate the colour with a picture
  • Stage 10: Assessment


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