Proceedings of the Ninth Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications

Joel Tetreault (Yahoo! Labs)
Jill Burstein (Educational Testing Service)
Claudia Leacock (CTB/McGraw-Hill)

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Automated Measures of Specific Vocabulary Knowledge from Constructed Responses (’Use These Words to Write a Sentence Based on this Picture’)
Swapna Somasundaran and Martin Chodorow
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pp. 1–11
Automatic Assessment of the Speech of Young English Learners
Jian Cheng, Yuan Zhao D’Antilio, Xin Chen and Jared Bernstein
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pp. 12–21
Automatic detection of plagiarized spoken responses
Keelan Evanini and Xinhao Wang
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pp. 22–27
Understanding MOOC Discussion Forums using Seeded LDA
Arti Ramesh, Dan Goldwasser, Bert Huang, Hal Daume and Lise Getoor
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pp. 28–33
Translation Class Instruction as Collaboration in the Act of Translation
Lars Ahrenberg and Ljuba Tarvi
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pp. 34–42
The pragmatics of margin comments: An empirical study
Debora Field, Stephen Pulman and Denise Whitelock
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pp. 43–53
Surprisal as a Predictor of Essay Quality
Gaurav Kharkwal and Smaranda Muresan
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pp. 54–60
Towards Domain-Independent Assessment of Elementary Students’ Science Competency using Soft Cardinality
Samuel Leeman-Munk, Angela Shelton, Eric Wiebe and James Lester
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pp. 61–67
Automatic evaluation of spoken summaries: the case of language assessment
Anastassia Loukina, Klaus Zechner and Lei Chen
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pp. 68–78
An Explicit Feedback System for Preposition Errors based on Wikipedia Revisions
Nitin Madnani and Aoife Cahill
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pp. 79–88
Syllable and language model based features for detecting non-scorable tests in spoken language proficiency assessment applications
Angeliki Metallinou and Jian Cheng
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pp. 89–98
Improving Peer Feedback Prediction: The Sentence Level is Right
Huy Nguyen and Diane Litman
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pp. 99–108
ArCADE: An Arabic Corpus of Auditory Dictation Errors
C. Anton Rytting, Paul Rodrigues, Tim Buckwalter, Valerie Novak, Aric Bills, Noah H. Silbert and Mohini Madgavkar
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pp. 109–115
Similarity-Based Non-Scorable Response Detection for Automated Speech Scoring
Su-Youn Yoon and Shasha Xie
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pp. 116–123
Natural Language Generation with Vocabulary Constraints
Ben Swanson, Elif Yamangil and Eugene Charniak
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pp. 124–133
Automated scoring of speaking items in an assessment for teachers of English as a Foreign Language
Klaus Zechner, Keelan Evanini, Su-Youn Yoon, Lawrence Davis, Xinhao Wang, Lei Chen, Chong Min Lee and Chee Wee Leong
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pp. 134–142
Automatic Generation of Challenging Distractors Using Context-Sensitive Inference Rules
Torsten Zesch and Oren Melamud
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pp. 143–148
Sentence-level Rewriting Detection
Fan Zhang and Diane Litman
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pp. 149–154
Exploiting Morphological, Grammatical, and Semantic Correlates for Improved Text Difficulty Assessment
Elizabeth Salesky and Wade Shen
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pp. 155–162
Assessing the Readability of Sentences: Which Corpora and Features?
Felice Dell’Orletta, Martijn Wieling, Giulia Venturi, Andrea Cimino and Simonetta Montemagni
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pp. 163–173
Rule-based and machine learning approaches for second language sentence-level readability
Ildikó Pilán, Elena Volodina and Richard Johansson
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pp. 174–184

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