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COMPRENSHIBLE INPUT (INPUT HIPOTHESIS)

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Gloria Maldonado Mancilla

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Transcript of COMPRENSHIBLE INPUT (INPUT HIPOTHESIS)

1.- Natural Communicative input.
2.-Grammatical syllabus.

Input (i)
+1
input is just beyond learner current level
LEARNER
i 1
Learner makes progress

COMPREHENSIBLE INPUT (INPUT HIPOTHESIS)
BY STHEPHEN KRASHEN
Professor Emeritus of University of Southern California
Born in Chicago in 1941
He is an expert in the field of linguistics, specializing in theories of language acquisition and development.

Learner
Understanding via hearing or reading.

3.-A grammaticalsyllabus
assumes we know
the order of acquisition.
4.-A grammatical focus
will usually prevent real
communication using the
second language.

ACQUISITION
UNDERSTANDING LANGUAGE
COMMUNICATION ENOUGH
LEARN STRUCTURES
PRACTICE USING THEM IN COMMUNICATION
FLUENCY DEVELOPS
PRODUCTION ABILITY EMERGES


Input Hypothesis
Humans acquire language
in only one away-by
understanding messages
or by receiving comprehensible
input.
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