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Stephen Krashen is professor emeritus at the University of Southern California, and is a linguist, educational researcher, and activist. Stephen Krashen has contributed to the fields of second language acquisition (SLA), bilingual education, and reading.[1] [2] He is credited with introducing various influential concepts and terms in the study of second language acquisition, including the distinction between acquisition and learning, the Input Hypothesis, Monitor Theory, the Affective Filter, and the Natural Order Hypothesis.Template:Fact

Krashen was inducted into the International Reading Association's Reading Hall of Fame in 2005. [3] Krashen is a member of the National Association for Bilingual Education and was elected to the NABE Executive Board in 2005. [4]

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  1. District Administration: the magazine for K-12 education leaders. The Pulse: education's place for debate. "Stephen Krashen Bio". Retrieved from http://www.districtadministration.com/pulse/commentpost.aspx?news=no&postid=16805
  2. National Association for Bilingual Education. 2005 NABE Executive Board Election, Regional Representatives, West Region —Candidates’ Statements & Biographies. PDF downloaded from http://www.nabe.org/documents/elections/west.pdf
  3. International Reading Association. (2007). Reading hall of fame. Retrieved from http://www.readinghalloffame.org/members.html
  4. NABE. Press release: "NABE ELECTS REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES TO EXECUTIVE BOARD". Retrieved from http://www.nabe.org/press/press7.html
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