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The TEFLology Podcast

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A Podcast about Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics (by TEFLology Podcast)
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Covering interviews with important figures, methods, and aspects of history of (English) language teaching

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Van Patten talks to Krashen: Tea With BVP

Van Patten talks to Krashen: Tea With BVP | TELT | Scoop.it
*The* call-in talk show with a touch of comedy for those interested in
second language acquisition and language teaching. Hosted by Bill VanPatten
and the Center for Language Teaching Advancement at Michigan State
University.
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Latest episode is an interview with Krashen at ACTFL.

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abinaya's curator insight, November 23, 2015 6:50 AM

 I am wondering what your thoughts on this Tea with BVP are? .....  http://goo.gl/Z7yG70

Alenka Andrin's curator insight, November 24, 2015 6:54 AM

Latest episode is an interview with Krashen at ACTFL.

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Krashen’s Monitor Model: It’s Crap

Krashen’s Monitor Model: It’s Crap | TELT | Scoop.it
In the light of Krashen’s reply to my criticisms, I’m sorry to say that my opinion of what is known as “The Monitor Model” has not changed in any significant way.
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Follow this link to a series of exchanges between Geoff Jordan and Stephen Krashen on the latter's 1980s theory of second language learning which probably helped the Communicative Language Teaching approach more than any other.  Big at the box office though not a critical success, as Jordan demonstrates again here.

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Newsflash: Hoey Well; Monitor Theory and Lexical Approach Still Dead

Newsflash: Hoey Well; Monitor Theory and Lexical Approach Still Dead | TELT | Scoop.it
On April 4th, 2014, Michael Hoey in his plenary address to the IATEFL conference made the following claims: Michael Lewis’ Lexical Approach and Krashen’s Monitor Model are true. Krashen’s & Lew...
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The kindest comment is "the theory is ... very young."  Geoff Jordan applies Occam's razor like George RR Martin

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Krashen unplugged: TESOL Academic video

Prof. Stephen Krashen talks about a wide range of issues including comprehensible input, explicit teaching methods, excessive testing, standardisation, commo...
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Twenty minute interview on language/literacy and the politics of education.  Recommends http://www.susanohanian.org/ and http://dianeravitch.net/

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Krashen on "Technology: useful tool if used to create and enhance comprehensible input"

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Marisa Constantinides on TEFL Matters analyses a recent talk by Krashen on technology.

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Links and quotes from Krashen's recent talk in Turkey.

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The wrong and right way to learn a foreign language

The wrong and right way to learn a foreign language | TELT | Scoop.it
"Linguist Stephen Krashen takes issue with the notion that people who want to learn a foreign language need to go through a grammar and vocabulary boot camp."
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Chaîne de NFLRChawaii - YouTube

Chaîne de NFLRChawaii - YouTube | TELT | Scoop.it

The National Foreign Language Resource Center at the University of Hawai'i has over one hundred videos on its YouTube channel for those interested in issues of language acquisition, learning and teaching.

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International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching

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Some ten years of issues of this online journal (one PDF with 5-10 articles per year). Plugged by Stephen Krashen on Tea wtih BVP

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Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, November 30, 2015 5:45 AM

I have followed these TESOL resources for years and have a great slide share on

"The Natural Approach" 

http://www.slideshare.net/AjaanRobCMU/the-natual-approach-teaching-methodology-presentation

Janet McQueen's curator insight, December 11, 2015 6:19 AM

Quick link to the online journal index. 

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Krashen at TESOL France: Paris, Nov

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14-16 novembre 2015 ; Carol Read and Stephen Krashen are speaking

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Jordan vs Krashen on The Monitor Model: an update

Jordan vs Krashen on The Monitor Model: an update | TELT | Scoop.it
Here's "the story so far". I've edited both my questions and Krashen's responses to make the threads, I hope, easy to follow. All the references can be found in previous posts dealing with The Moni...
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Interesting to follow this debate

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Is CALL Obsolete? Jarvis & Krashen, 2014

Is CALL Obsolete? Jarvis & Krashen, 2014 | TELT | Scoop.it
Is the term CALL still appropriate?"The implications of the research presented here are clear: The term CALL is obsolete, because its focus is limited to the computer, and because of its emphasis on conscious learning. Alternative acronyms such as Technology Enhanced Language Learning (TELL) or Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) account for some changes in the field, but continue to focus on conscious learning. It is time to move beyond CALL. MALU (Mobile Assisted Language Use) as defined by Jarvis and Achilleos (2013) is a significant improvement when discussing electronic devices: MALU covers more than desktop and even laptop computers, and makes it clear that more than language instruction and/or learning is involved."
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Two main reasons to reject the CALL label involving the L of CALL: Krashen's well-known objection to the role of conscious "learning" and the C of CALL: L2 speakers'  patterns of internet access in English via mobile rather than desktop devices.

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Stephen Krashen (1 of 2)

Stephen Krashen Professor Emeritus at the University of Southern California “Six questions about language acquisition and language teaching, and six answers”
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jillyfrees's curator insight, February 18, 2013 1:52 AM

Thanks Shona Whyte: interesting and amusing catchup with Krashen's latest musings.

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Stephen Krashen interview: British Council Turkey (Dec 2012)

British Council is proud to present an interview with Professor Stephen Krashen. Professor Krashen was kind enough to speak to us on camera during his visit to Istanbul…
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Stephen Krashen on Language Acquisition: Input and the affective filter

A 15 minute excerpt from a television lecture by Stephen Krashen on second language acquisition, recorded in the late 1980s. 

 

The Monitor Model in a nutshell: "we acquire language when we get comprehensible input in a low-anxiety environment."  The input hypothesis, the silent period, the affective filter, all presented in non-technical language using low-tech props.

 

Many communicative language proponents would still go along with much of what Krashen has to say; take away the reference to Chomsky's LAD (language acquisition device) and add a little focus on form and we're not so far from contemporary second language teaching methodology.


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