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Backing 1980, professor Krashen introduces a learning second language theory. The professor Krashen talks about five-type theory of second language, including the Acquisition-Learning hypothesis, the Monitor hypothesis, the Natural Order hypothesis, the Input hypothesis, and the Affective Filter
The Input hypothesis is Krashen's attempt to explain how the learner acquires a second language Second Language Acquisition and Second Language Learning.
. The Monitor hypothesis 3. Natural Order Hypotheis 4. Comprehensible Input Hypothesis Explanation of the hypothesis 5. Affective Filter Hypothesis
It will be seen that this view is in opposition to Krashen's input hypothesis. Critique of Krashen :The Acquisition/Learning Hypothesis
The Affective Filter in Second Language Teaching Xiaoyan Du Affective filter hypothesis is first proposed by Dulay and Burt (1977),
Monitor Hypothesis (Stephen Krashen Krashen's Monitor Hypothesis should be limited in a second language learners and used when correcting errors from
Krashen's 5 Hypotheses Learning/Acquistion Learning: a conscious process of breaking down information into more manageable chunks resulting in good test scores but bad communication skills.
A Summary of Stephen Krashen's One result of this hypothesis is that language students should be given a