Krashen, Stephen D.
KRASHEN, Stephen D.
KRASHEN, Stephen D. American, b. 1941. Genres: Language/Linguistics, Writing/Journalism. Career: U.S. Peace Corps, Washington, DC, volunteer in Ethiopia, 1964-66; University of California, Los Angeles, postdoctoral fellow at Neuropsychiatric Institute, 1972-73; Queens College of the City University of New York, Flushing, NY, assistant professor of linguistics, 1973-75; University of Southern California, Los Angeles, associate professor, 1975-81, professor of linguistics, 1981-, professor of education, 1993-. Publications: Second Language Acquisition and Second Language Learning, 1981; Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition, 1982; (with H. Dulay and M. Burt) Language Two, 1982; (with T. Terrell) The Natural Approach: Language Acquisition in the Classroom, 1983; Writing: Research, Theory, and Application, 1984; The Input Hypothesis: Issues and Implications, 1985; (with D. Biber) On Course: Bilingual Education's Success in California, 1988; Foundations of Language Education, 1992; The Power of Reading, 1993; Under Attack, 1996; (foreign language ed.) The Easy Way, 1997; Condemned without Trial, 1999; Three Arguments against Whole Language and Why They Are Wrong, 1999; Explorations in Language Acquisition and Use, 2003. Address: c/o A. R. Evans, Academic Study Associates Inc., 10 New King St. Ste 201, White Plains, NY 10604-1211, U.S.A.