Promoting Effects of Computer Scoring on English Learning of College Students
In the age of economic globalization, it is important for college students to master such an international language as English. The computer scoring is an effective tool to enhance their ability of English learning. Drawing on theories of formative assessment and structural learning, this paper mainly verifies the promoting effect of computer scoring on English learning among college students. The data were collected through a questionnaire survey, and a case study was carried out on a scoring website for English writing. The results show that: formative assessment and structural learning lay the theoretical basis for computer scoring; college students generally recognize that computer scoring system greatly enhances their ability and enthusiasm of English learning; the target computer scoring system (www.pigai.org) facilitates autonomous learning under teacher supervision, with the functions on student and teacher interfaces. The research findings greatly promote the development of computer scoring and English learning among college students.
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