On my 300th day of 100-word journalling, I discuss day 20 of GUTI.
I talk about the adverse effects on learning of pressure. I invite people to give the Shuffled Sentence System a go. And they write about any interest that they might exploit.
I saw a Japanese physiotherapy student under pressure, and it was discussed in Frank Smith’s book, Reading Without Nonsense. Pressure leads to tunnel vision.
Another interesting concept—of many—is that we all carry about a theory of the world inside of our heads. Frank Smith is deep. I can see where Krashen got his start.