The Role of AR in Language Acquisition Part 2

We posted our second  Augmented Reality experiment we conducted in Spanish 101 class (experiment 1). Dr. Socorro Zaragoza wanted to determine what effects does AR have on student language speaking, writing, reading, listening skills as well as the language comprehension. The second lesson/experiment was a scene of a typical coffee shop which contained the following components: blond girl (rubia), black guy (moreno), young person (joven), old person (vieja), poor person (pobre), rich person (rica), tall person (alto), short person (bajo), skinny (flaca), chubby (gordo), new (nuevo), old (viejo). For full description of all AR activities, click here.

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