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By Hanaakhs | Last updated: Jul 30, 2011
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each of the following assumptions to the appropriate teaching methodology it
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of how animals learn greatly guides our knowledge about human learning.
learn L2 in the same way children learn L1.
language learners learn through practice. Explicit knowledge of the rules is
languages is an innate biological capacity in human beings so their way of
learning is genetically predetermined.
correction is useless in language acquisition; thus, it should be kept to a
minimum in foreign language classes.
learners can become fluent in L2 without necessarily being taught explicit
language learners should not be forced to speak before they are ready to do so,
since fluency emerges naturally if they are exposed to L2 ample time.
L2 errors are immediately corrected, they become permanent habits.
need controlled practice before they can freely produce new structures and
forms in L2.
grammar instruction in L2 is unnecessary if teachers organize learning so that
learners can induce rules for themselves.