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Helen Basturkmen
University of Auckland
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#2Ana Bocanegra-Valle (UCA: University of Cádiz)H-Index: 3
This chapter focuses on English for specific purposes (ESP) teachers’ materials design processes and their beliefs and practices about teaching and learning. It reports a case study of experienced ESP teachers in two Spanish university settings and draws on data from interviews collected as part of that study. In the interviews the teachers discussed samples of materials they had developed for their lessons and which they perceived to be particularly successful. They also responded to direct que...
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#1Helen Basturkmen (University of Auckland)H-Index: 21
Teaching English for academic purposes (EAP) and for specific purposes (ESP) are demanding areas in which to work. Teaching in these areas typically includes a range of tasks, such as investigating learner needs and specialist discourse, developing courses and materials in addition to classroom teaching. Therefore, teachers face a range of tasks which often require additional knowledge and skills. To date, the literature in EAP and ESP has tended to foreground the needs of learners and backgroun...
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#2Neil Matheson (University of Auckland)
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#2Nick Shackleford (Unitec Institute of Technology)H-Index: 2
Abstract This paper reports a study conducted as part of an ESP/language specialist consultation for an Accounting Department in a tertiary education context. Observations were made of the interaction in first year accounting classrooms in order to provide an understanding of the extent to which and how the accounting lecturers addressed language incidentally during their teaching. Eight hours of classroom interaction were recorded and transcribed. Language-related episodes (transitory shifts of...
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