The Implications of the Monitor Theory for Foreign Language Teaching

@inproceedings{Bahrani2011TheIO,
  title={The Implications of the Monitor Theory for Foreign Language Teaching},
  author={Taher Bahrani},
  year={2011}
}
The most motivating as well as the most controversial theory which attempts to provide an overall account for second language acquisition is Krashen’s Monitor Theory. This theory has had a huge effect on second language research and teaching since its emergence in the 1980s. However, despite this impact, it also received a great deal of criticism. Accordingly, the present paper attempts to provide a critical analysis of the theory’s five main hypotheses. In addition, it aims at addressing the… CONTINUE READING

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