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Teaching and learning the nature of science in inquiryoriented college science courses. Presented at the 2000 AERA meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 24-28. S. D. Jarvis (2001). It's Fun, But is it Science? Goals and Strategies in a Problem-Based Learning Course. The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations. , & McNeal, A. P. (1997). Research for all students: Structuring investigation into first-year courses. In A. P. McNeal & C. ), Student-active science - Models of innovation in college science teaching.
Figure 3. 2 Conceptual Dictionary The natural language processing module is not specialized for animation generation, so it is difficult to generate animation from the only information generated by the module.
The Essential Talmud, Perseus Books, Basic Books, 1976, USA. , Peterfreund, A. & Rath , K. (2001). A General Platform for Inquiry Learning, Proc. of the Int 7 Conf. on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, France. U. Hoppe et al. ) IOS Press, 2003 29 A Method for Supporting English Composition by Animations as a Trigger for Reflection Hidenobu KUNICHIKA, Tsukasa HIRASHIMA andAkira TAKEUCHI Dept. ofAI, Kyushu Institute of Technology 680-4Kawazu, lizuka, Fukuoka, 820-8502 Japan Abstract. We present a method which generates animation from sentences in English composed by a learner in order to visualize errors in them.