Conference paper

Conference title

7th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies


Harmain, H.
Alshareif, A.


Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) has received a great research attention in the past three decades. This fact can be attributed to the wide spread of the educational technology tools. Numerous number of applications have been marketed to assist in language teaching and self-study. These applications can be classified into two main categories: Multimedia-based Applications and Language Technology Based Applications. This paper presents a Computer Assisted Language Learning tool for Arabic morphology. The tool is mainly intended to be used by non-native speaker who are learning Arabic. At the same time, it can also be used by high school and university native students to understand the complex nature of the Arabic language. It supplies a self-learning environment to the learners where they can experiment with Arabic word production and analysis at their own time with or without the supervision. We describe some aspects of Arabic morphology, the learning environment, and the underlying computational framework.

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