According to the studies of Dr. Stephen Krashen, which of these statements is true?
The Monitor hypothesis suggests that monitoring student language development through regular formal assessment opportunities will result in faster second language acquisition.
The Input hypothesis suggests that student language learning is most effective when the language input learners receive is at the same level as their current language understanding; to try to introduce language that is beyond his or her current stage will confuse the learner.
The Natural Order hypothesis suggests that there is no benefit to organizing or scaffolding the order of grammatical structures taught to language learners; grammatical rules and understanding can be learned regardless of the order in which they are presented as students will naturally learn the rules they need to know to access the language as they come across them.
The Acquisition-Learning hypothesis suggests that second language learners develop language skills through two independent systems: exposure to natural communication in the target language and learning about the language in the form of formal instruction.
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