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BOOKS ON-LINE

Summer Reading: Program and Evidence (Allyn and Bacon 2007)
Fay Shin and Stephen Krashen
Posted: 2015-06-03

A short, narrow and biased introduction to statistics
Stephen Krashen
Posted: 2015-06-10

Under Attack: The Case Against Bilingual Education (Culver City: Language Education Associates (Out of Print))
Stephen Krashen
Posted: 2015-04-13

Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition
Stephen D. Krashen
Posted: 2004-03-20

Second Language Acquisition and Second Language Learning (1981)
Stephen Krashen
Posted: 2003-02-16


ARTICLES ON-LINE (TOPICS)

Literacy: Phonemic Awareness and Phonics

Literacy: Free Voluntary Reading

Literacy: Writing

Common Core, National Reading Panel, NCLB

Bilingual Education

Language Acquisition

Other

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BOOKS IN PRINT

Summer Reading: Program and Evidence (2007)
Stephen Krashen with Fay Shin
Posted: 2013-10-31

English Learners in American Classrooms (2007)
Stephen Krashen with James Crawford
Posted: 2013-10-31

Free Voluntary Reading (2011)
Stephen Krashen
Posted: 2013-10-31

The Power of Reading (Second Edition, 2004)
Stephen Krashen
Posted: 2004-09-22

Explorations in Language Acquisition and Use: The Taipei Lectures. (2003)
Stephen Krashen
Posted: 2003-02-16


HANDOUTS

88 Generalizations about Free Voluntary Reading
Stephen Krashen
Posted: 2004-11-21

Articles By Topic

Literacy: Phonemic Awareness and Phonics
The effect of prenatal instruction on reading achievement (Education Digest, 31 (1). p. 46. 1965)
Edward Sipay      Posted: 2016-04-29

Defending whole language: The limits of phonics instruction and the efficacy of whole language instruction. (Reading Improvement 39 (1): 32-42. 2002)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-12-29

Read-Alouds: Let's Stick to the Story (Language and Language Teaching, issue 3, (Azim Premji University and the Vidya Bhawan Society) pp.1-7. 2013)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-06-02

Is spelling acquired or learned? A re-analysis of Rice (1897) and Cornman (1902). (ITL: Review of Applied Linguistics 91-92: 1-48. 1991,)
Stephen Krashen and Howad White      Posted: 2015-03-07

The white stuff. (Language Magazine 8 (6): 16-17. 2009)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-18

Literacy Education: Need We Start Early? (Language and Language Teaching, Vol 3, number 2, issue 6: pp 1-7. 2014)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-07-10

Whole Language and the Great Plummet of 1987-92. An urban legend from California (Phi Delta Kappan 83 (10): 748-753. 2002.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-01-29

Does Intensive Decoding Instruction Contribute to Reading Comprehension? (Knowledge Quest 37 (4): 72-74, 2009)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-01-06

Low PA can read OK (Practically Primary 6(3): 17-20. 2001.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-11-24

Is Phonemic Awareness Training Necessary in Second Language Literacy Development? Is it Even Useful? (International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 7(1). 2011)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-11-24

Does "pure" phonemic awareness training affect reading compehension? (Perceptual and Motor Skills, 93: 356-358. 2001.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-11-24

Phonemic Awareness Training: Both Boring and Ineffective? (2003; Talking Points)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Basic Phonics (2004; TexTESOL III Newsletter, November 2004, 2-4)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

The Phonics Debate: 2004 (2004; Language Magazine)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Defending Whole Language: The Limits of Phonics Instruction and the Efficacy of Whole Language Instruction (2004; Reading Improvement 39 (1): 32-42)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Literacy: Free Voluntary Reading
Junk Food is Bad For You, but Junk Reading is Good for You (International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 1,3: 5-12. 2005)
Stephen Krashen and Joanne Ujiie      Posted: 2016-09-04

We acquire vocabulary and spelling by reading: Additional evidence for the input hypothesis. (Modern Language Journal 73: 440-464. 1989)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2016-07-02

Learn with Book (In: Hills, Phillip J., ed. The Future of the Printed Word. Greenwood Press, 1980.)
R. J. Heathrn      Posted: 2016-04-28

The Great Fiction/Nonfiction Debate. Published as: Fact or fiction? The plot thickens. (Language Magazine, 15(3): 22-27. 2015)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2016-04-03

Free Voluntary Web-Surfing (In Myers, J and Linzmeier, J. (Eds), The Proceedings of 2007 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, Department of Applied English, Ming Chuan University, Taiwan. Taipei: Crane Publishing Company. pp. 7-14, 2007 Reprinted in Krashen, S Free Voluntary Reading, 2011, Libraries Unlmited)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-12-18

Can Second Language Acquirers Reach High Levels of Proficiency Through Self-Selected Reading? An Attempt to Confirm Nation's (2014) Results (International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 10 (2): 10-19.)
Stephen Krashen and Beniko Mason      Posted: 2015-11-05

The incredible Frog-Boy is on the Loose Again: When Adult Second language Acquirers Read the National Enquirer. (The International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 10,2: 20-23, 2015.)
KS Cho and S. Krashen      Posted: 2015-11-04

The Naruto breakthrough: The home run book experience and English language development. (2015. Language Magazine 15(1): 32-25.)
Vinnie Jordan Henkin and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-09-03

Reading Aloud: What To Do and What Not to Do (Language Magazine, July 2015)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-07-18

Interactive computer books: Do children make use of the "special effects"? (Journal of the California School Library Association 19,1: 38-39. 1995)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-07-06

Need all children read "proficiently" by grade 3? (Language Magazine 11(2):24-27. 2011.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-05-18

Self-reported reading as a predictor of vocabulary knowledge (Perceptual and Motor Skills 2013, 117, 2, 442- 448.)
N. Pratheeba and S. Krashen      Posted: 2015-04-30

Are readers nerds? (Reading Improvement 47, 3: 151-153. 2010.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-04-30

Protecting Students Against the Effects of Poverty: Libraries (New England Reading Association Journal 46 (2): 17-21, 2011.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-04-18

A longitudinal study of the effects of two reading methods on leisure-time reading habits (Reading: What of the future? ed. D. Moyle. London: United Kingdom Reading Association. Pp. 107-114. 1973.)
Greaney, V., and M. Clarke, M.      Posted: 2015-04-13

Reading English as a foreign language: What a mother can do. (Reading Improvement 39(4): 158-163. 2002)
Cho, K.S. and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-04-12

Is there a decline in the reading romance? (Knowledge Quest 30(3): 11-17. 2002.)
Krashen, S. and Von Sprecken, D.      Posted: 2015-04-09

From Sweet Valley Kids to Harlequins in one year. (California English 1,1; 18-19. 1995.)
Cho, K.S. and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-03-09

The impact of one trip to the public library: Making books available may be the best incentive for reading. (The Reading Teacher 51(7): 614-615.)
Francisco Ramos and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-27

Do students read during sustained silent reading? (The California Reader 32(1): 11-13. 1998)
Debra Von SPrecken and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-25

The effect of free reading on language and academic development: A natural experiment. (Mosaic 4,4: 13-15. 1997.)
Jin Sook Chang and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-24

The cure for English fever? Stories and self-selected reading in English. (KAERA Research Forum 1(4): 41-47. 2015.)
Cho, K.S. and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-02-22

Patterns in PIRLS performance: The importance of liking to read, SES, and the effect of test prep. (Asian Journal of Education and e-Learing 3(1).)
Loh, EKY, and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-02-22

Free voluntary reading as a predictor of TOEFL scores. (Applied Language Learning 8: 111-118. 1997)
Constantino, R., Lee, S.Y., Cho, K.S. & Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-02-12

Why don't language acquirers take advantage of the power of reading? (TESOL Journal 6,3: 26-29. 1997)
Heyoung Kim and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-11

Differences in print environment for children in Beverly Hills, Compton and Watts. (Emergency Librarian 24,4:4-5. 1997.)
Smith, C., Constantino, R., and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-02-10

Is comic book reading harmful? Comic book reading, school achievement, and pleasure reading among seventh graders. (California School Library Association Journal 19,2: 27-28. 1996.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-09

Comic book reading, reading enjoyment, and pleasure reading among middle class and chapter I middle school students. (Reading Improvement 33,1: 51-54. 1996.)
Ujiie, J. and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-02-08

Eating and reading in the library (Emergency Librarian 23:5 1996)
Trelease, J. and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-02-08

The effect of reading on the acquisition of English relative clauses. (ITL: Review of Applied Linguistics 113-114: 263-273.)
Lee, YO, Krashen, S. and Gribbons,B.      Posted: 2015-02-07

School libraries, public libraries, and the NAEP reading scores. (School Library Media Quarterly 23: 235-238. 1995)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-06

Cho, K.S. and Krashen, S. 1994. Acquisition of vocabulary from the Sweet Valley Kids series: Adult ESL acquisition. Journal of Reading 37: 662-667. (Journal of Reading 37(8): 662-667.)
Kyung-Sook Cho and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-05

How well do people spell? (Readng Imprvement, 30 (1): 9-20. 1993.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-04

Do we need to teach spelling? The relationship between spelling and voluntary reading among community college ESL students. (TESOL Quarterly 22: 141-146. 1988)
Polak, J. and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-02-04

Do we need to teach spelling? The relationship between spelling and voluntary reading among community college ESL students (TESOL Quarterly 22: 141-146. 1988)
Polak, J. and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-02-04

Case Histories and the Comprehension Hypothesis (TESOL Journal, 9(1), 2014.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-11-25

Reach out and read (aloud). (Language Magazine, 10 (12): 17-19, 2011)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-11-10

Immersion: Why not try free voluntary reading? (Mosaic, 3,1:1-4, 1995)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-10-16

Sophia's Choice: Summer Reading (Knowledge Quest, volume 4, (March/April), 2007)
Shu-Yuan Lin, Fay Shin, and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-06-17

Why invest in libraries?
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-05-23

Are prize-winning books popular among children? An anlaysis of public library circulation (Knowledge Quest 34 (3): 33-35. 2006.)
Joanne Ujiie and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-02-04

Is acclaimed children's literature popular among children? A secondary analysis of Nilson, Peterson, and Seafoss. (Knowledge Quest 34(1): 39-40. 2005.)
Joanne Ujiie and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-02-03

A comment on Accelerated Reader: The pot calls the kettle black. (Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy 47(6): 444-445. 2004.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-11-14

Is Self-Selected Pleasure Reading the Cure for the Long-Term ELL Syndrome? A Case History (Stephen Krashen and Connie Williams NABE Perspectives September-December 2012, p.26 )
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-03-11

Reading and Vocabulary Acquisition: Supporting Evidence and Some Objections. (Stephen Krashen, Iranian Journal of Language Teaching Research, 1 (1): 27-43, 2013.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-12-30

Late Intervention (Stephen Krashen Jeff McQuillan Educational Leadership October 2007 vol 65 (2))
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-12-24

The Goodman/Smith Hypothesis, the Input Hypothesis, the Comprehension Hypothesis, and the (Even Stronger) Case for Free Voluntary Reading
 (Stephen Krashen In: Defying Convention, Inventing the Future in Literacy Research and Practice: Essays in Tribute to Ken and Yetta Goodman. P. Anders (Ed.) New York: Routledge. 2010. pp. 46-60.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-12-08

Non-Engagement in Sustained Silent Reading: How extensive is it? What can it teach us? (Stephen Krashen Colorado Reading Council Journal 2011, vol 22: 5-10)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-11-26

Direct Instruction of Academic Vocabulary: What About Real Reading? (Stephen Krashen Reading Research Quarterly, 47(3): 233. 2012)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-11-22

The Comprehension Hypothesis Extended (Stephen Krashen, In T. Piske and M. Young-Scholten (Eds.) Input Matters in SLA. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. pp. 81-94.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-11-18

The Spectacular Role of Libraries in Protecting Students from the Effects of Poverty (Published in: iLeader: Journal of School Library Association of New South Wales 1(4): 3-6, 2012)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-11-11

Is The Library Important? Multivariate Studies at the National and International Level (Stephen Krashen, Syying Lee, and Jeff McQuillan)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-01-15

Why We Should Stop Scolding Teenagers and Their Schools
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2011-11-13

A moral dilemma and a solution (2005)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2011-08-28

Kindelizaton: Are Books Obsolete?
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2011-07-16

Protecting Students
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2011-01-15

Keeping Your Brain Young (Language Magazine, October, 2010)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2010-12-21

The Case For Libraries and Librarians (Invited Paper, Submitted to the Obama-Biden Education Policy Working Group, December, 2008)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2009-03-15

Literacy Campaigns: Access to Books is the First Step (Literacy Network News, Spring, 2007, page 7 (Literacy Network of Greater Los Angeles))
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2007-06-09

Read-Alouds are Good for Literacy Development: A Comment on Freakonomics (Reading Today, vol 23 (2) Dec 2005/Jan 2006, p. 19)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

The Case for Narrow Reading (1981; TESOL Newsletter 15:23)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Comic Book Reading, Reading Enjoyment, and Pleasure Reading Among Middle Class and Chapter I Middle School Students (1996) (1996; Reading Improvement 33,1: 51-54)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

The Home Run Book: Can One Positive Reading Experience Create a Reader? (2000; California School Library Journal 23 (2): 8-9)
Debra Von Sprecken, Jiyoung Kim and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Another Home Run (2000; California English 6(2): 25 Knowledge Quest 31(1): 36-37)
Jiyoung Kim and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

More Smoke and Mirrors: A Critique of the National Reading Panel (NRP) Report on "Fluency" (2001; Phi Delta Kappan 83: 119-123, October)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Is In-School Free Reading Good for Children? Why the National Reading Panel Report is (Still) Wrong (2001; Phi Delta Kappan, 86(6): 444-447)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

The Lexile Framework: Unnecessary and Potentially Harmful (2001) (2001; CSLA (California School Library Association) Journal 24(2): 25-26)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

The Lexile Framework: The Controversy Continues (2002) (2002; CSLA Journal (California School Library Association) 25(2): 29-31)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Home Run Books and Reading Enjoyment (2002) (2002; Knowledge Quest 31(1): 36-37)
Joanne Ujiie and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

The Impact of Reading the Bible and Studying the Bible on Biblical Knowledge. (2002) (2002; Knowledge Quest, 31(2): 50-51)
Robert Filback and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Does Accelerated Reader Work? (2003; Journal of Children's Literature, 29 (2): 9,16-30)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Children’s Literature: Very Good News and Very Bad News (2004; The Sampler (Children’s Literature Council of Southern California). Fall, 2004: pp. 2-3)
Stephen D Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

The "Decline" of Reading, poverty and access to books, and the use of comics in encouraging reading (2005; Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 14, 2005; http://www.tcrecord.org)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Free Voluntary reading: New Research, Applications, and Controversies
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Free Voluntary reading: New Research, Applications, and Controversies (2005; In G. Poedjosoedarmo, (Ed.) Innovative Approaches to Reading & Writing Instruction. Republic of Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, Anthology Series 46, pp. 1-9)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2004-07-05

Literacy: Writing
The composing process and the academic composing process. (2005. Selected Papers from the Fourteenth Interntional Symposium on English Teaching. English Teachers' Association/ROC, Taipei. Taipei: Crane Publishing Company. pp. 66-77.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2016-01-13

Predictors of success in writing in English as a foreign language: reading, revision behavior, apprehension, and writing. (The College Student Journal 36(4): 532-543. 2002.)
Lee, SY and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-03-04

Writing apprehension in Chinese as a first language. (ITL: Review of Applied Linguistics. 115-116:27-37. 1997.)
Lee, SY and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-02-23

The Composing Process (Research Journal: Ecolint Institute of Teaching and Learning. International School of Geneva. 2: 20-30. 2014.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-07-07

Teaching Grammar ... Why Bother? (1988)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2011-07-04

Incubation: A Neglected Aspect of the Composing Process? (2001; ESL Journal 4(2): 10-11)
S. Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Optimal Levels of Writing Management: A Re-Analysis of Boice 1983 (2002; Education 122(3): 605-608)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Competence in Foreign Language Writing: Progress and Lacunae (2004; Literacy across Cultures 12(2): 10-14)
Stephen Krashen and Sy-Ying Lee      Posted: 2006-12-28

Common Core, National Reading Panel, NCLB
The Common Core: A Disaster for Libraries, A Disaster for Language Arts, a Disaster for American Education (Knowledge Quest 42(3): 37-45.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-06-03

The Common Core: Ignoring Education's Real Problems (Talking Points 28 (1): 26-28, 2014)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-11-05

Why invest in libraries?
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-05-23

Multiple-choice quiz on US Education (The Progressive, Jan 26, 2013)
Susan Ohanian and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-11-13

Children Giving Clues (English Journal 103.2 (2013) pp. 15-20.)
Susan Ohanian      Posted: 2013-11-05

Access to books and time to read versus the common core state standards and tests (English Journal 103.2 (2013) pp. 21-29.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-11-01

The US Department of Education reassures the public about funding: The new tests will survive, even if school doesnt. (Language Magazine 12 (3): 19, 2012.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-03-24

How much testing? (Stephen Krashen, July 25, 2012. Posted on Diane Ravitch’s blog: http://dianeravitch.net/2012/07/25/stephen-­‐ krashen-­‐how-­‐much-­‐testing/ Posted on The Answer Sheet, Valerie Strauss’ Washington Post blog: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-12-16

PISA 2009 Reading Test Results: The US does quite well, controlling for SES. And maybe American scores are “just right.” (Stephen Krashen)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-11-27

Our Schools Are Not Broken (Commencement Speech, Graduate School of Education and Counseling, Lewis and Clark College, June 5, 2011)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2011-06-13

Protecting Students
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2011-01-15

NUT No Unnecessary Testing
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2010-12-24

Comments on the LEARN Act (January, 2010)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2010-01-31

Does Intensive Decoding Instruction Contribute to Reading Comprehension? (Knowledge Quest (in press))
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2008-12-14

False Claims about phonemic awareness, phonics, skills vs. whole language, and recreational reading. (2003)
S. Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Did Reading First Work? (2006)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Bilingual Education
The ameliorating effects of high socioeconomic status: A secondary analysis (Bilingual Research Journal 29(1): 185-196.)
Stephen Krashen and Clara Lee Brown      Posted: 2016-08-27

Development of the first language is not a barrier to second-language acquisition: Evidence from Vietnamese immigrants to the United States. (International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 4(3): 159-164. 2001.)
Nguyen, A., Shin, F., and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-01-27

Three roles for reading for language-minority students. (In G. Garcia (Ed.) English Learners: Reaching the Highest Level of English Proficiency. Newark, Delaware: International Reading Association. Pp. 55-70. 2003.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-02-07

Krashen, S. 2005. The acquisition of English by children in two-way programs: What does the research say? In V. Gonzales and J. Tinajero (Eds.) Review of Research and Practice, National Association for Bilingual Education, vol 3: 1-19.
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-05-24

Is Self-Selected Pleasure Reading the Cure for the Long-Term ELL Syndrome? A Case History (Stephen Krashen and Connie Williams NABE Perspectives September-December 2012, p.26 )
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-03-11

Keeping Your Brain Young (Language Magazine, October, 2010)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2010-12-21

"Comments on a recent critique" (From Krashen, S. 1996. Under Attack: The Case Against Bilingual Education, Culver City: Language Education Associates)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2009-11-29

Remarks on C. Rossell, 'Does bilingual education work? The case of Texas' (2009)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2009-11-29

Comments on Johanna Haver, Structured English Immersion (2003)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

PROPOSITION 227 AND SKYROCKETING TEST SCORES: AN URBAN LEGEND FROM CALIFORNIA (2004; Educational Leadership 62(4): 37-39)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Did Immersion Triumph in Arizona? (2004; The ELL Outlook (Course Crafters)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

What Do We Know about Heritage Languages? What Do We Need to Learn About Them? (2004; Multicultural Education, 11(4): 23-26)
Cho, G., Shin, F. and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2006-12-28

When Evidence Supporting Bilingual Education is Interpreted as Evidence for Dropping Bilingual Education: The Case of Bali (2001)
Stephen D Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

The Acquisition of Academic English by Children in Two-Way Programs: What does the Research Say? (2005: In V. Gonzales and J. Tinajero (Eds.) Review of Research and Practice, National Association for Bilingual Education, vol 3: 1-19)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Let's Tell the Public the Truth about Bilingual Education (2005; In V. Gonzales and J. Tinajero (Eds.) Review of Research and Practice, National Association for Bilingual Education, vol 3: 165-173)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

How much do parents know about bilingual education and immersion? Reasons for optimism (Multilingual Education)
Augustine Garcia and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

There Was No "Oceanside Miracle" (2006)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Bilingual Education Accelerates English Language Development (2006)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

The Impact of English Immersion for English Learners in California, Arizona, and Massachusetts (2006)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Improvement in California? What CELDT Scores Really Tell Us (2006)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Omissions and Distortions from The Lexington Institute: Comments on Torrance (2006)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Language Acquisition
The potential of technology: in language acquisition (In Leung, Yin-nam (Ed.) Epoch Making in English Language Teaching and Learning. 25th Interntional Symposium on English Teaching, English Teachers Association, Republic of China, pp 255-263.)
Krashen, S., Wang, F.Y. and Lee, S.Y      Posted: 2016-12-26

Applying the Comprehension Hypothesis: Some Suggestions (International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 1:23-29, 2004.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2016-11-18

Factors in the acquisition of the present subjunctive in Spanish: The role of reading and study. (ITL: Review of Applied Linguistics 121-122:19-25. 1998.)
Stokes, J., Krashen, S., and Kartchner, J.      Posted: 2015-09-24

TPRS: Contributions, Problems, New Frontiers, and Issues (Presentation, NTPRS, July 20, 2015)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-07-21

The end of motivation (New Routes, vol 55: 34-35. 2015)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-06-19

The Ecstacy Hypothesis (Peerspectives, 14: 7-9, 2015.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-04-14

Does Duolingo Trump University-Level Language Learning? (International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 9(1):13-15, 2014)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-04-11

Does SIOP research support SIOP claims? (International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching. 8,1: 11-24. 2013.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-03-12

Review of: Research Summary and Bibliography for Structured English Immersion Programs of the Arizona English Language Learners Task Force (In Ariaz, B. and Faltis, C. (Eds.) Implementing Educational Language Policy in Arizona. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. pp: 107-118. 2012.)
Krashen, S., MacSwan, J. and Rolstad, K.      Posted: 2015-03-02

Is first language use in the foreign language classroom a good idea? It depends. (International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 2(1): 9. 2006)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-23

Notes on a polyglot: Lomb Kato (System 24: 207-210, 1996.)
Natalie Kiss and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-09

Response to McLaughlin, "The Monitor Model: Some methodological considerations." (Language Learning 29: 151-167. 1979)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-02-05

Is CALL Obsolete? Language Acquisition and Language Learning Revisited in a Digital Age (TESL-EJ 17(4), 2014)
Jarvis, H. and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-02-04

Individual variation in the use of the Monitor. (In W. Ritchie (Ed.) Principles of Second Language Learning. New York: Academic Press. pp. 175-183. 1978.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-01-29

Letter to the editor: The Din in the Head hypothesis: A response to de Bot (2008). (Modern Language Journal 92(3): 349. 2008.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-01-29

The din in the head, input, and the language acquisition device. (Foreign Language Annals 16: 41-44. 1983.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-01-29

Involuntary rehearsal of second languages in beginning and advanced performers. (System 14: 275-278.)
Parr, P. and Krashen, S.      Posted: 2015-01-29

TPR: Still a very good idea (novELTy (A Journal of English Language Teaching and Cultural Studies in Hungary) 5(4): 82-85. 1998.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-01-27

Language Shyness (In S. Krashen, L. Tse, and J. McQuillan (Eds.) Heritage Language Development. Culver City: Language Education Associates. pp. 41-49. 1998.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2015-01-23

The Pleasure Hypothesis (In J. Alatis (Ed.) Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press. pp. 299-322. 1994.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-12-16

Remarks on Language Acquisition and Literacy (Prepared for the Roundtable Discussion on English Teaching in Hong Kong. Bring Me a Book, Hong Kong, October 13, 2014)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-10-16

Can we increase the power of reading by adding communicative output activities? (RELC Journal 45(2): 211-212)
S. Krashen, B. Mason, and K. Smith      Posted: 2014-09-07

Second Language Acquisition: Theory, Applications, and Some Conjectures (Cambridge University Press)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-05-28

Newmark's 'Ignorance hypothesis' and current second language acquisition theory (In: S. Gass & L. Selinker (Eds.) Language Transfer in Language Learning. Newbury House. 1983. pp. 135-153/e)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-05-28

The comprehension hypothesis and animal language
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-02-28

The Case for Non-Targeted, Comprehensible Input (Journal of Bilingual Education Research & Instruction)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2014-02-25

The Compelling (not just interesting) Input Hypothesis. (The English Connection (KOTESOL). 15, 3: 1 (2011))
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-12-31

A conjecture on accent in a second language (in Z. Lengyel, J. Navracsics, and O. Simon (Eds.) 1997. Applied Linguistic Studies in Central Europe, vol 1. Department of Applied Linguistics, University of Veszprem, Hungary.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-12-17

The effect of direct instruction on pronunication: Only evident when conditions for Monitor use are met? (GIST Education and Research Journal 7: 271-275. 2013)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-12-17

Does SIOP research support SIOP claims? (International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 8(1):11-24, 2013))
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-11-19

Dupuy, B. and Krashen, S. 1998. From lower-division to upper-division foreign language classes: Obstacles to reaching the promised land. (ITL: Review of Applied Linguistics 119-120: 1-7.)
Beatrice Dupuy and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-11-12

The Case for Narrow Listening (S. Krashen, 1996, System 24 (1): 97-100)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-01-27

How much comprehensible input did Heinrich Schliemann get? (S. Krashen, 1991, System, vol. 19 (3): 189-190.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-01-27

Rosetta Stone: Does not provide compelling input, research reports at best suggestive, conflicting reports on users’ attitudes. (Stephen Krashen; International Journal of Foreign Language Education, 2013, vol. 8,1)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-01-27

Seeking a Justification for Skill-Building (S. Krashen. In: Proceedings of the 19th Annual KOTESOL International Conference, Seoul, Korea, 2011)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-12-01

The Comprehension Hypothesis Extended (Stephen Krashen, In T. Piske and M. Young-Scholten (Eds.) Input Matters in SLA. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. pp. 81-94.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-11-18

How is Cosmo Acquiring English? (Stephen Krashen Language Magazine, July 2012)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-10-28

The Compelling Input Hypothesis
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2011-08-06

The Din in the Head hypothesis: Comments on de Bot (2008)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2008-06-03

What is Academic Language Proficiency? (In press, STETS Language and Communication Review (Singapore Tertiary English Teachers' Society))
Stephen Krashen and Clara Lee Brown      Posted: 2007-08-05

Comprehensible Output (1998; System 26: 175-182)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

What Does it Take to Acquire Language? (2000; ESL Magazine 3(3): 22-23)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Dealing with English Fever (2003; In Selected Papers from the Twelfth International Symposium on English Teaching. English Teachers' Association/ROC, a. Taipei: Crane Publishing Company. pp. 100-108)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Why support a delayed-gratification approach to language education? (2004; The Language Teacher, 28(7), 3-7)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Applying the Comprehension Hypothesis: Some Suggestions (2004; International Journal of Language Teaching. 1: 21-29)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Second Language "Standards For Success": Out Of Touch With Language Acquisition Research (2005; International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 1(2): 12-16)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Other
Compelling Readng and Problem-Solving: The Easy Way (And the Only Way) to High Levels of Language, Literacy, and Life Competence. (In Leung, Yiu-nam (Ed.), Epoch Making in English Language Teaching and Learning, Twenty-fifth International Symposium on English Teaching, English Teachers' Association, Republic of China. pp. 115-125.)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2016-11-24

Krashen publications 1971-2016
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2016-11-02

From lower-division to upper-division foreign language classes: Obstacles to reaching the promised land. (ITL: Review of Applied Linguistics 119-120: 1-7.)
Beatrice Dupuy and Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2013-11-12

Academic Jibberish (Stephen Krashen RELC Journal. 43 (2): 283-285)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-11-13

A Short Paper Proposing That We Need to Write Shorter Papers (Stephen Krashen Language and Language Teaching (Azim Premji University) 1,2: 38-39. 2012)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2012-11-12

Remarks on Race to the Top (RTTT) (Expanded version of comments submitted to regulations.gov on Race to the Top)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2009-08-30

The Failure of Reading First (Reading Today (August/September, 2008))
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2008-07-28

The Testing Movement and Delayed Gratification (2001; Educators for Urban Minorities 2(1): 48-50)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Don't trust Ed Trust (2002; Substance 27 (6): 3)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

The Hard Work Hypothesis: Is Doing Your Homework Enough to Overcome the Effects of Poverty? (2005; Multicultural Education 12(4): 16-19)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

Advocacy in Language Education (2006; In R. Freeman and E. Hamayan (Eds.) Educating English Language Learners: A Guide for Administrators. Philadelphia: Caslon. pp. 227-229)
Stephen Krashen      Posted: 2006-12-28

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