This video, filmed in 1994, is the first of the McGraw-Hill Satellite Teleconferences on Topics in Second Language Acquisition. The focus of this video is on the theoretical underpinnings and the practical application of the Natural Approach. The Natural Approach is an inductive method of language teaching, developed by Stephen Krashen and Tracy Terrell, that has among its hypotheses that language is acquired in stages, that comprehension precedes production, and that language is best learned in a low anxiety atmosphere. Participants include moderator Gerard L. Ervin, Ohio State University; Emeritus Jeanne Egasse, Irvine Valley College; Magdalena Andrade, California State University--Long Beach; Elías Miguel Muñoz; Mary B. Rogers, Friends University Wichita; and Erwin Tshirner, University of Iowa.
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