Behaviorist language sites

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Teachers College • Columbia University

ITSF 4015 Intro to Computers, Language, & Literacy
(2-3 points)
Monday, Wednesday 2:00-4:05
234 Horace Mann

Instructor:
Prof. Jo Anne Kleifgen
jk217@columbia.edu
212-678-3994

Open Office Hours:
Tuesdays
4:00-6:00, 352 Macy

Course Assistant:
Matt Curinga

Here is a website that uses the Behaviorist approach (and is linear in nature) for grammar practice. [ESL Quiz] (contributed by Iwan & Heather)

Here is a website that contains a hybrid of behaviorism and innatist (nativist) approaches. It provides feedback in that it shows the percentage correct and then permits the user to continue correcting their grammatical errors. [English Page] (contributed by Iwan & Heather)

Here is a website about learning various early concepts varying from Pre K up to 6th grade. It has interactive games in areas such as letter knowledge, grammar, and preparation for emergent readers. Learning Planet. (Contributed by Alealeman 15:43, 23 May 2007 (EDT) and Lauren 15:44, 23 May 2007 (EDT))

This is an interactive anagram game to learn vocabulary - [Word Drop Game] It is behaviorist in terms of immediate feedback. (contributed by Iwan and Heather)


This website contains some of the Behavioristic approaches to learning. The feedback is not immediate however after completing the exercise the learner is shown the correct answers. The learner chooses their own topic they would like to review. [ESL Quiz Centre] Shb2112 15:56, 23 May 2007 (EDT)

Here's a website that Thy made that applies some of the qualities of Skinner's "7 Reasons". [[1]] (Contributed by Thy and Alyssa)

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