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Understanding Language Support in Speakable

Austin Meusch
August 3, 2023

At Speakable, we offer a range of language functionalities to support diverse classroom needs. To help you determine if the language you're teaching is supported, here's a breakdown of the key features and how they work.

Key Functionalities

  1. Text-to-Speech (TTS)
    • Converts written text into spoken words.
    • Used in "Repeat" actions and media blocks added by teachers.
    • Amazon Polly: Provides high-quality voices for many languages.
    • Operating System Voices: Used when Amazon Polly voices are unavailable.
  2. Speech-to-Text (STT)
    • Converts spoken words into written text.
    • Used in "Repeat" actions to check pronunciation accuracy and in spoken responses for free response actions.
    • Google Chrome's Web Speech API: Supports many languages for STT in client-side applications.
  3. Translation
    • Provides translations of target language text in the student's native language.
    • Used in "Repeat" actions to display the translation after the student completes the action.
    • Google Translate: Supports a vast array of languages for text translation.
  4. Large Language Models (LLM)
    • Used for processing text and providing feedback.
    • Applied in free response actions for auto-grading and feedback.
    • OpenAI's Models: Support numerous languages for comprehensive feedback and auto-grading.

Language Support Table

Click here to view a detailed table showing the status of each service for each language:

If your language is not fully support and you would like for it to be, please contact support@speakableapp.com

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