Input hypothesis Archive

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Lecture by Stephen Krashen, November 17, 2000:

Comprehensible Input:  Still a Good Idea by Stephen Krashen, Professor, Division of Learning and Instruction Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California The Input (or Comprehension) Hypothesis claims that we acquire language and develop literacy in only one way:  When we understand messages.  There is overwhelming evidence that this hypothesis is correct.  It successfully…

Lecture, January 30, 1998: James Lantoff

Two Language Acquisition Theories, Krashen’s i+1 and Vygotsky"s ZPD: Incommensurable Discourses, Incommensurable Theories by James Lantoff, Professor of Applied Linguistics, Cornell University.