Teaching Languages | Pleasurable language learning | Week One

Over the next 5 weeks, we talk about pleasurable language learning for independent learners, enrichment and teaching languages.
Today, we are in the first week of five weeks of pleasurable language learning week, and we’ll talk about research in learning new languages and effective techniques.

Dr. Stephen Krashen

He has dedicated his life to assisting people in learning languages and has shared much of his research with language teachers worldwide.

The theory of second language acquisition and its five central hypotheses

The hypothesis of the monitor

Nature’s Order

Grammar does not have to be learned in a specific order.

Adjective gender blunders

The hypothesis of the input

Comprehensible input

An effective filter can significantly impact how quickly you learn a language.


The combination of learning and acquisition is ideal.

Cultures: As viewed through the eyes of the perspectives, people, and products of a target language or culture.

How to learn languages through reading
If you teach languages, you probably love languages, too. However, our students don’t always love it so much. With all of the hard parts, who can blame them? In this free guide, I share 25 activities that can be used to teach any language and can be adapted to any level. Get yours here https://real-life-language.ck.page/200491762e

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Teaching Languages | Pleasurable language learning | Week 3

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