Sources and Methods #20: Stephen Krashen

 
 

Stephen Krashen’s website

Stephen Krashen’s Wikipedia entry

Stephen Krashen’s blog / record of public commentary

Stephen Krashen on Twitter

Stephen Krashen on Facebook

01:53 - TPRS (Wiki) - TPRS Mandarin instruction

10:50 - Frank Smith - Ken Goodman - “The Goodman/Smith Hypothesis, the Input Hypothesis, the Comprehension Hypothesis, and the (Even Stronger) Case for Free Voluntary Reading” by Stephen Krashen

12:09 - Stephen Krashen’s letters to the editor

16:05 - Stephen Krashen speaking on language acquisition

18:10 - “The Power of Reading” by Stephen Krashen

  • 3-step plan
    • Lots of stories
    • Lots of light reading of stuff you like
    • Find an area you really like, read deeply and thoroughly in it to answer questions you have

20:30 - “Extensive Reading In English As A Foreign Language” by Beniko Mason / Stephen Krashen

24:00 - TPRS and the Turkish military

25:30 - Linda Li TPRS

27:15 - Lisa See - “Read a thousand books, and your words will flow like a river.” (quote)

28:04 - “TPRS with Chinese Characteristics” by Terry Waltz - Terry Waltz (TPRS Mandarin teacher) - Where are your keys? - Language Hunters - TPR Storytelling - Blaine Ray - Fluency Fast // Karen Rowan - Judy Dubois

31:11 - The Natural Approach (wiki)

32:15 - “Susan you mafan!” by Terry Waltz - “TPRS with Chinese Characteristics” by Terry Waltz

38:10 - ESLPod (wiki) - ESLPod (official site)

40:30 - Ryan Higa videos

41:50 - “Shei haokan? Who’s Good Looking?” by Linda Li and Stephen Krashen

47:30 - Common Core (wiki) - “The Common Core: A Disaster for Libraries, A Disaster for Language Arts, a Disaster for American Education” by Stephen Krashen

48:00 - Opt-Out

56:00 - SD Krashen (site / blog) - Eric Herman