Steven Krashen is a very interesting figure in the field of Second Language Acquisition. In Language Teaching Bloggers we have undertaken the task of examining how the five-hypothesis comprising his Monitor Theory are holding up 44 years after he came up with them. In this occasion, we are covering the Input Hypothesis, considered by the own Krashen as the...

Toc, toc, May we Come in? We are the Input

Steven Krashen is a very interesting figure in the field of Second Language Acquisition. In Language Teaching Bloggers we have undertaken the task of examining how the five-hypothesis comprising his Monitor...

Just a Spoonful of Sugar Helps the Lesson go Down

The hypotheses in Krashen’s Monitor Model have endured and we still talk about them. They made an impact on EFL teaching and, in spite of the criticism arisen, the benefits of...

Great Things Happened in 1977

It was 1977. Sadly, the worst accident of the history of aviation took place in Tenerife. 583 people died. But that year was also magnificent when the United Nations proclaimed March...

Managing Academic Coordination Without Struggling

Academic coordination is often seen as a very difficult task to say the least. The work of the academic coordinator can generate days of stress and frustration that discourage many teachers...

Spanish can Offer a Myriad of Possibilities

In this series we have been presenting various options language teachers can pursue in order to diversify or attempt other niche opportunities available in the areas where they perform their activities....

Could Translation be a Good Job Alternative?

Historically speaking, in our career ladder translation was reserved for the most experienced teachers. It was usual that, after having taught different language levels and courses, some chosen teachers were then...
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