A Probe into Spoken English Recognition in English Education Based on Computer-Aided Comprehensive Analysis

Yongjuan Wang, Peng Zhao

Abstract


At present, computer-aided spoken English learning is becoming increasingly popular among learners. The computer-aided comprehensive analysis tech-nology can evaluate and correct learner's spoken pronunciation, thereby im-proving their pronunciation. Based on computer-aided comprehensive analy-sis, this paper aims to explore the automatic recognition and scoring methods of spoken English in English education. For this, it studies the effective matching of the feedback information with the known pronunciation scoring results, and then develops a computer evaluation plug-in consisting of dif-ferent modules such as user login, English spoken speech acquisition and recognition, voice evaluation, speech broadcast, and spoken dialogue. The research results show that the computer evaluation plug-in matches and compares the extracted feature parameters of input speech with the standard features, scores the spoken language input by the learner, and gives the cor-rect pronunciation so that the learner can get feedback in time. For different stages of English learning, the focus of recognition technology and the spo-ken recognition algorithms applied also vary. The research findings provide theoretical and technical support for oral English recognition, error correction and scoring.

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