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Stephen Krashen who is a linguist and educational researcher has developed a model of Second Language Acquisition (SLA) that is known as Krashen’s Monitor Model.

 

Monitor Model: The monitor model is an interesting set of five central hypotheses developed in late 1970s but accepted in 1980s. This is the most comprehensive model of SLA. Each of the hypotheses is summarized here so that Krasens views on motivative or causative variables can be considered.

 

The Acquisition-Learning Hypothesis

 

This hypothesis or theory of Krashen claims that there are two ways of second language development which are acquisition and learning. He differentiates between acquiring and learning language. He asserts that learning language is not really similar to spoken language.

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