Feature Request - Rocket Languages Rocket Record
I teach a language course. While all the games and interactive learning experiences help my students.
Is there any possible way you could have one feature similar to Rocket Languages Rocket Recorder?
Its basically the student listening to the audio first, then recording themselves second to see how well or how different they sound [to a native]. And they are scored 0 -100 on how good, close or bad they are. This will help them in knowing how well they've improved in pronunciation.
You can find a live example here: https://www.rocketlanguages.com/spanish/rocket-spanish-premium
The content type, Speak the Words Set, is the closest to this but it'll be even better if I could play in a native-speaking audio file rather than the default text as the "solution".
Mon, 10/25/2021 - 20:00
Hi smaoate,Thank you for
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Tue, 11/23/2021 - 11:32
Very interesting feature request
Hey smaoate! I also was quite impressed by the rocket language feature of student voice recording and the match to the native voice.
Did you find any solution to the problem? I would love to integrate this feature (or sth similar) in my German course.
Do you have right now a feature of recording your student voices and match to the text (or any feedback)?
Would love to hear about it.
Kind regards, Thomas.
Tue, 11/23/2021 - 21:34
Hi all!This would actually
This would actually not be complex to implement, it would just take some time.
Sun, 11/28/2021 - 10:29
I've once used the browser's
I've once used the browser's speech-to-text engine for a (school-internal) vocabulary studying site. The problem when using the engine with learners is that it's too tolerant for this context. You can have very bad phonetic pronunciations and it will still recognize the word as correct, as long as the leaner hasn't made a phonemic mistake. So getting a meaningful score that really checks if the learner can imitate the natural sound of a language might be much more difficult than just using the speech-2-text engine.
Mon, 11/29/2021 - 08:03
@Sebastian That's fully
@Sebastian That's fully correct. However, since the original posters both liked the solution shown on the other site, I didn't see the need to point that out.
Fri, 06/03/2022 - 11:47
Hi Oliver,Thank you for your
Thank you for your answer. It's really helpful.
May I ask that in your second point, you mentioned that 'what's left would be to compute the degree of matching between what was expected and what was understood', does this mean we need to customise to have this function? I mean H5P doesn't have this function yet, does it? Is it possible to have this function through editing the codes?
I sincerely apologise if my questions don't make sense.
Fri, 06/03/2022 - 12:28
Hi Wenjun!Yes, that's what I
Yes, that's what I meant. H5P Speak the Words does currently not have that functionality and its code would need to be changed. Step 1 would be getting confirmation of the H5P core team that they would want that feature if someone contributes the code. Otherwise, the code might be written in vain.
Fri, 06/03/2022 - 13:43
Thank you Oliver. I hope
Thank you Oliver.
I hope someday the function can be there.
For now I guess I will need to find another way to add this function onto my website.
Best wishes to you Oliver. Thank you for your help :)