Difference between revisions of "I (representation of language level)"

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*"''i''" is the language level.
 
*"''i''" is the language level.
 
* "''i'' + 1"  is language a level harder, not well understood in the given context.
 
* "''i'' + 1"  is language a level harder, not well understood in the given context.
* "''i'' - 1" is language a level easier, and well understood in the given context.
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* "''i'' - 1" is language a level easier, and well understood in the given context.  Most [[extensive reading]] should be conducted at this level.
  
 
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Revision as of 07:51, 17 November 2019

i (/aɪ/), always lowercase, can be used in algebraic notation to represent language level, following Krashen, in the context of his comprehensible input hypothesis:

  • "i" is the language level.
  • "i + 1" is language a level harder, not well understood in the given context.
  • "i - 1" is language a level easier, and well understood in the given context. Most extensive reading should be conducted at this level.


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