Evald 2.0 for Foreigners
EVALD 2.0 for Foreigners is a software for automatic evaluation of surface coherence (cohesion) in Czech texts written by non-native speakers of Czech (click here for EVALD 2.0 that is designed for native speakers of Czech). For more information, visit the project web pages.
The software is created for assessing the surface coherence of authentic writing samples (essays) written by non-native speakers of Czech. In other words, it is trained to evaluate prosaic texts whose content and form correspond to the common essays created as a comprehensive piece of writing on a given topic, e.g. during the Czech language exam. When evaluating a different type of text (poems, journalistic texts etc.), the software may not work reliably. The minimum length of the inserted text is 300 words – the shorter texts do not provide enough linguistic material on which the real level of the text can be observed. The evaluation of shorter texts may be thus inaccurate.
|A1||basic user of Czech – lower level|
|A2||basic user of Czech – higher level|
|B1||independent user of Czech – lower level|
|B2||independent user of Czech – higher level|
|C1||proficient user of Czech – lower level|
|C2||proficient user of Czech – higher level|