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Here are the presentations that we have prepared for the Krashen discussions this Saturday.

The entire presentation is divided into four (4) parts.

The first presentation (ELT 501) covers the Introduction and the first 3 of the 5 Krahsen Hypotheses on Language Acquisition.

Due to its scope, I have decided to separate the Input (Input Hypothesis and Input Hypothesis for Second Language Learning) and Affective Filter (The Affective Filter Hypothesis) presentations.

To view, you first need to BUFFER the presentation (yes, like YouTube). You can do this by clicking the PLAY button.  Don’t worry, it’s a lot quicker than YouTube.

Once downloaded, you can start browsing through the presentation by clicking the LEFT and RIGHT buttons.

NOTE: this is still a work in progress. Any typographical errors or misspelled words will be evaluated before Saturday. Rest assured that proper editing shall be done accordingly.

Please don’t hesitate to post your questions or feedback in the COMMENTS section.

Tags : affective filter hypothesisenglish language teachingenglish language teaching methodologiesinput hypothesislearning-acquisition distinctionmonitor hypothesisnatural order hypothesisphilippine normal universitypnu-eltsecond language acquisition theoriesstephen krashenstephen krashen's hypotheses in second language acquisitionteaching of english as a second languagetechniques in teaching english
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Orly has been writing for The Jellicle Blog since 2008. He is a training and development consultant by day and an art enthusiast by night. He lives in Parañaque with his mom.

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