The development of language proficiency acquisition is promoted by face to face interaction and communication.
Two forms of the interaction hypothesis: Strong: the position that the interaction itself contributes to the language development. Weak: the position the interaction simply the way learners find opportunities, wheater or not they make productive use of them.
Dialogue Leidy:Chi monyi gogo? Oscar David: David Leidy: Chui cuguo? Oscar David: Mande yo go Leidy:mande yii go Leidy: Ma maño te go cuguo Oscar David: Na be 28 años Oscar David:Gusteita el futbol? Leidy: Gustatan
Oscar David: Mande yi go Leiyd :leidy Oscar David: chui cuguo? Leidy: Yastao Silvia Oscar David :Yastao Popayan Oscar David:ungue Leidy: ungua
The effectiveness of the comprehensible input is greatly increased when learners have to negotiate for meaning Modification Checks-Do I need to word something differently? Should I paraphrase? Clarification Requests- When a learner does not understand a work being used, they ask for clarification. Confirmation Checks- When a learner reacts to a particular sentence, and utters a word or phrase that may be confusing in their second language. Slowing down the speech.
ADVANTAGES Interlocutors may model the correct language form.The learners receive feedback on their production and on grammar Learners receiving more input than the interlocutors When learners stop to clarify something they do not understand, they may have more time to process the input they receive.