Affective Filter hypothesis
The affective filter, part of Stephen Krashen's theory of second language acquisition, is a hypothesised impediment to learning brought about by a negative emotional state - such as embarrassment or self consciousness.
- Acquisition-Learning hypothesis
- ELT game
- Input hypothesis
- Monitor hypothesis
- Natural Order hypothesis
- Lin, G.H.C. (2008). "Pedagogies proving Krashen's theory of affective filter", Hwa Kang Journal of English Language & Literature, Vol, 14, 113-131 ERIC Collection as ED503681