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Issue 38

Issue 37

Issue 36

  1. Titles in Food Science Posters: A preliminary Survey from the ChimAlsi_2012 Book of Abstracts
    Eugenio Cianflone
  2. Preliminary study on the partnerArticles_36/ship between students and teacher in a French LANSAD-science master context
    Claire Chaplier
  3. Teaching English for human rights in France
    Corina Veleanu
  4. Using Extempore as a Task to Improve Oral Communication Skills
    Deepa S
  5. Needs Analysis and Situational Analysis: Designing an ESP Curriculum for Thai Nurses
    Josiane Gass
  6. Integrating a Mind Mapping TechArticles_36/nique and Information Gap Activities in Teaching Academic Reading in English
    I Made Sujana
  7. Challenges in ESP: Teaching Millennials
    Galina Kavaliauskienė
  8. Personal Pronouns in English and Persian Medical Research Articles
    Masoumeh Tayyebi
  9. Using Literature in the Business and Medical English: A Case Study
    Moussa Traore
  10. The DNA of Officialese: Feasibility of Legal Genre Analysis in Official English to Persian Translation
    Parviz Ahmadi DaraniI
  11. Referral Trends among Students of the Communicative Skills Course in a Ghanaian University
    Wincharles Coker and Francis M. Abude
  12. Investigating EAP of Tourism in Iran: a Case Study of Students’ Perception
    Abbass Eslami Rasekh and Shahla Simin
  13. Correlation between Level of Communication Apprehension and Development of Communication Skills in Engineering Students
    Ms. Sunanda Patil (Shinde) and Tripti Karekatti
  14. A Discursive Approach to Interactions at Job Interviews and its Implication for Training
    Teoh Mei Lin, Rachel S. K. Tan, Fauziah Taib, Choo Wee Ling
  15. ESAP courses: An innovative vista in language learning. From needs analysis to evaluation
    Stavroulla Hadjiconstantinou and Eleni Nikiforou      
  16. Prefixation in computer science terminology: English-Spanish contrastive analysis  
    (in Spenish, La prefijación en terminología informática: análisis contrastivo español-inglés)
    Begoña Montero-Fleta y Mª José Labrador Piquer
  17. ESP Learners’ Needs: A case Study of Medicine Students at Some Sudanese Universities
    Fatah-ELrahman Dafa-Allah .A.M.

3 October 2012

 

 

 

Issue 35 ( June 30, 2012)

 

Issue 33

English for Researchers: A Study of Reference Skills
Ravindra B. Tasildar

Interlingual Subtitling as a Mode of Facilitating Incidental Foreign Language Acquisition
Slavica Čepon

Relevant and Student-Friendly Course Materials for Distance Education Programmes:  A Case Study
Dr. G. Venkatraman

Second Language Acquisition through Task-based Approach – Role-play in English Language Teaching
A. Anne Dorathy, Dr. S.N. Mahalakshmi

Enhancing Language and Communication Skills through Project-Based Learning: A Study in a Workplace Communication Classroom
Faridah Musa, Rozmel Abdul Latiff, Norlaila Mufti, Maryam Mohamed Amin

Is it EAP or ESP? The Wind of Change
Zarina Othman, Taufik Rashid

Is ESP (EAP) a Composite or Simple Construct?
Spec- Reverse Engineering of a Specific Purpose Language Test

Razieh Rabbani Yekta, Mansoor Tavakoli, Abbas Eslami Rasekh

Genre-based Instruction

Genre-based Writing Instruction: Implications in ESP Classroom
M. Mojibur Rahman

Can genre-based instruction be ‘promising’ for transferability?
Wen-hsien Yang

Needs

The Linguistic needs of Textile Engineering students: A case study of National Textile University
Ansa Sattar, Saira Zahid, Muhammad Asim Mahmood, Muhammad Abrar Tahir, Nasir Ali

The Linguistic Needs and Preferences of Undergraduate Students of Zoology: A Case Study of Government College University
Farhat Jabeen, Muhammad Asim Mahmood

EAP Needs Analysis in Higher Education: Significance and Future Direction
Soo Ruey Shing, Tam Shu Sim (Dr.)

Learning Needs – A Neglected Terrain: Implications of Need Hierarchy Theory for ESP Needs Analysis
Adnan Tahir

Teacher Training

Training teachers with English teaching methods
Dr. Corina Veleanu

Teacher Training in ESP: A Historical Review
Santosh Kumar Mahapatra

 

December 28, 2011

 

Issue 32

A preliminary description of conference abstracts and poster presentations in Food Science
Eugenio Cianflone

Student attitudes and intercultural communication studies
Troy B. Wiwczaroski

Principles and methods of teaching foreign languages to dyslexic learners
Judit Tánczos, Katalin Mónos, Troy B. Wiwczaroski

United Doubts: Grammar Teaching in Pakistan. Teachers & Learners’ Perspective
Muhammad Asim Mahmood, Farhat Jabeen

English for Medical Purposes Course Design for Arab University Students
Mohamad Abdulhamed Molhim

Teaching English for Specific Purposes: A no man's land area of activity: Investigating ESP courses administered in Iranian Universities
Abbass Eslami Rasekh, Shahla Simin

Key Roles of ESP Practitioners: A Study at ISM, Dhanbad
Priya Kumari, M. Mojibur Rahman

Tunisian Business Students’ Handling of the Complaint Letter Rhetoric across, Arabic, French and English: Interdependence Revisited
Mhamdi Faycal

The Attitude of ESP Learners towards the Role of Self-Access Language Learning Centres in Improving their Reading Comprehension
Farzane Javdani, Naser Ghafoori, Hamid Reza Mahboudi

Teaching English as a Foreign/Second Language in Nepal: Past and Present
Krishna Bista

September, 30, 2011

 

Issue 31, Volume 10, 2011

  1. Are English and Persian Distinct in their Discursive Elements: An Analysis of Applied Linguistics Texts
    Gholam Reza Zarei and Sara Mansoori
  2. How to Create a Learning-Centered ESL Program
    Krishna Bista
  3. Investigating Iranian MA Students’ Perceptions of their Academic English Language Needs, Abilities and Problems
    Yaser Khajavi & Yahya Gordani
  4. A Survey of Oral Communication Apprehension in English among ESP Learners in an Engineering Course
    Noor Raha Mohd Radzuan1 and Sarjit Kaur
  5. Temporal Function of Research Process Nominal Groups in the English Titles of Chinese Journal Articles
    Alex Rath
  6. BLENDED LEARNING IN ESP LISTENING
    Galina Kavaliauskienė
  7. Investigating the English Language Needs of Engineering Students
    Mohammad Salehi
  8. The Development of an “English for Tourist Guides” Course Using a Task-based Approach to Enhance the Oral English Communication Ability of Chiang Mai Rajabhat University Undergraduates
    Nittaya Sanguanngarm
  9. A Review on the Effectiveness of Using Authentic Materials in ESP Courses
    Zahra Zohoorian Vahid baghban and Pandian Ambigapathy
  10. An Evaluation of a University Level English for Tourism Program
    Jenna Lee Thompson
    Thesis. Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  11. EIL and Foreign Accent in ELT
    Abdullah Coşkun and Abdullah Arslan
  12. Changing General to Specific: On the Outcome of Using Special English Materials in University English Courses
    Abbass Eslami Rasekh, Mehdi Jafarzadeh, Shahla Simin

April 30, 2010

Issue 30, Volume 9, 2010

ESP writing: weblogs or wikis?
Galina Kavaliauskienė

Academic difficulties for L2 medical students in Hungary
Ildiko Tar, Judit Tanczos and Troy B.Wiwczaroski

Designing communicative needs based syllabus for EST students to meet their demands of professional communication
J.Al Muzzamil Fareen

Developing a teaching model based on wisdom approach for developing environmental values through teaching of English
N. Satsangee, Vasundhara Saxena, S. Paul

Communicative competence of science students: an illustration with UNAAB
Helen Bodunde and Bolanle Akeredolu-Ale

Criticizing ourselves as teachers through observation: from reflective to effective teaching
İsmail Çakir

Scientific titles in Veterinary Medicine research papers
Eugenio Cianflone

Class V Hindi textbooks: materials analysis in the perspective of language teaching principles
M.Mojibur Rahman and Richa Sinha

The Construction of Multiple Identities in the Acknowledgement Section of a Masters Dissertation
Dr. Joseph B. A. Afful, Mr. Isaac N. Mwinlaaru 

December 31, 2010

Issue 3 (29), Volume 9, 2010

CLIL: Preparing for Central Asian Students to Study Animal Husbandry in English
Troy B. Wiwczaroski - Hajdú Zita - Tar Ildikó

The Impact of ESP Materials on Medical Students’ Reading Proficiency
Masoud Khalili Sabet, Iraj Daneshvar

Factors of Code Switching among Bilingual English Students in the University Classroom: A Survey
Krishna Bista

Tunisian science and technology students' perceptions of ESP courses: a step towards a program design  
Abdelfatteh Harrabi

Terminology Translation in Teaching Legal English
Victoria Mishchenko

September 30, 2010

Issue 2 (28), Volume 9, 2010

WRITING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES: PROBLEMS FACED
BY ARAB POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS OF THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, UUM
Fadi Maher Saleh Al-Khasawneh

Food Specifications as a Language learning Tool in ESP Classes
Eugenio Cianflone - Giuseppa Di Bella - Giacomo Dugo

Promoting Vocabulary Knowledge of Law Students through Video: A Sample Lesson
Sasan Baleghizadeh, Elnaz Oladrostam

Issues in education of English for specific purposes in the Tunisian higher education
Abdelfatteh Harrabi

Language Needs Analysis of Art and Design Students: Considerations for ESP Course Design
Sarjit Kaur and Alla Baksh Mohd Ayub Khan

Reflections on ESP

Thoughts on Portfolio Assessment in TESOL
Paul Rogers

A WINDOW INTO ESP: TEACHING MEDICAL ENGLISH TO ITALIAN NURSES AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
Silvia Tropea

May 27, 2010

Issue 1 (27), Volume 9, 2010

Harmonizing (L2/SP) competencies with labour market needs 
Julianna Mocsáriné Fricz - Hajdú Zita - Juhász Csaba - Troy B. WiwczaroskiTroy B. Wiwczaroski

High-Level Scientific Communication as Teaching Material:
An Exercise in Discourse Adjustment.
Claude Sionis

Using ICT in English for Specific Purposes classroom
Galina Kavaliauskienė and Ligija Kaminskienė

Whose English should we teach? Reflections from Turkey
Abdullah Coskun

Education in English for Specific Purposes in Tunisia: The case of the Higher
Institute of Commerce of Sousse

Abdelfatteh Harrabi

Getting on with Corpus Compilation: from Theory to Practice..
Camino Rea Rizzo

Development of a Writing Curriculum for Academic Purposes at Tertiary Level: the Case of Algerian EFL University Students
Dr Hafida HAMZAOUI – ELACHACHI,

Language Learning with Internet-based Projects: a Student-centered Approach for Engineering Students
Gurleen Ahluwalia

Commonality and Individuality in Academic Writing: An Analysis
of Conference Paper Titles of Four Scholars
Dr. Joseph B. A. Afful Mr. Isaac N. Mwinlaaru

Teaching Oral Communication Skills: A Task-based Approach
M. Mojibur Rahman

March 2, 2010

Issue 5 (26), Volume 8, 2009

Troy B. Wiwczaroski
Resistances and Barriers to the Introduction of CLIL Courses (pdf)
Abstract

Joseph Benjamin Archibald Afful
RHETORICAL ANALYSIS OF INTRODUCTIONS IN AN UNDERGRADUATE ENGLISH STUDIES COURSE (pdf)
Abstract

R. Kannan
Difficulties in learning English as a Second Language (pdf)
Abstract

Mehrnoosh Fakharzadeh
Abbass Eslami Rasekh
WHY's OF PRO-FIRST LANGUAGE USE ARGUMENTS IN ESP CONTEXT (pdf)
Abstract

Ratchadaporn Janudom
Punchalee Wasanasomsithi
Drama and Questioning Techniques: Powerful Tools for the Enhancement of Students’ Speaking Abilities and Positive Attitudes towards EFL Learning
Abstract

December 31, 2009

Business Englsh

Issue 4 (25), Volume 8, 2009

AN EVALUATION OF HOTEL EMPLOYEES' ATTITUDES TO GENERAL AND SPECIFIC ENGLISH IN THEIR COURSEWORK

Michael William Cameron Brunton
Abstract doc-file pdf-file

An ESP Course for Tourism Students
Abdullah Coskun
Abstract doc-file pdf-file

DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS' ENGLISH FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES COMPETENCE IN TOURISM STUDIES AT TERTIARY LEVEL
Ineta Luka
Abstract doc-file pdf-file

Development of a Competency-based English Oral Communication Course for Undergraduate Public Relations Students
Fasawang Pattanapichet
Associate Professor Sumalee Chinokul, PhD
Abstract doc-file pdf-file zip-archive

Developing academic English Vocabulary through Podcasts.
Eugenio Cianflone

doc-file pdf-file

September 28, 2009

Issue 3 (24), Volume 8, 2009

On "Yes, We Can": Linguistics Power and Possibility
Krishna K. Bista

Analysing the English language needs of human resource staff in multinational companies
Sarjit Kaur and Candice Marie Clarke

English for Specific Purposes and Content Teacher Collaboration: Report on a pilot Project.
Eugenio Cianflone - Raffaella Coppolino

An account of ESP ЁC with possible future directions
Mike Brunton

Business English in Asian ESP Journal
Vitaly Ashkinazi

Issue 2 (23), Volume 8, 2009

L2 Skills Preparation for Scholarship Students
Hajdu Zita Magdolna Silye - Troy B. Wiwczaroski

Reassessing the ESP Courses Offered to Engineering Students in Iran (A Case Study)
Zahra Amirian, PhD in TEFL nd Mansoor Tavakoli, PhD in TEFL

DICTATION IN THE ESP CLASSROOM: A TOOL TO IMPROVE
LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

Galina Kavaliauskiene and Irena Darginaviciene

April, 23, 2009

Issue 1 (22), Volume 8, 2009

ROLE OF MOTHER TONGUE IN LEARNING ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES  
Galina Kavaliauskiene, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania

Paragraph Structure in Social Sciences: A Cross-Disciplinary Study  
Masoomeh Tayebi, Islamic Azad University Savadkooh Branch and Davood Borzabadi Farahani, Tehran University , Iran 

A comparative study of L2 readers' performances on general purpose and academic purpose texts
R. Sahragard, Assistant Professor at Shiraz University, A. Rahimi, Assistant Professor at Kashan University, M. Shams, MA graduate in TEFL

ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES: ITS MEANING AND IMPORTANCE IN PRESENT INDIAN SCENARIO
Archana Shrivastava, Birla Institute of Management Technology

Mobility and Individuality: Two Concepts ESP Students Should Know about American Culture
Ozgur Yildirim, Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey

L1 use in English Courses at University Level, a survey of literature on students and teachers' perspectives
Eugenio Cianflone

Improving ESP Teaching through Collaboration: The Situation in Hungary  
Ildiko Tar, Katalin Csob an Varga and Troy B. Wiwczaroski Debrecen University Department of Agrotechnical Languages and Communication Studies  

Evaluation of Highly Recommended: A textbook for the Hotel and Catering Industry
Michael Brunton, Payap University, Chiang Mai, Thailand

A needs analysis survey: The case of tourism letter writing in Iran
Katayoon Afzali, Mehrnoosh Fakharzadeh, Sheikhbahaee University

11 February 2009

Issue 5 (21), Volume 7, 2008

Authentic audio materials in ESP
Galina Kavaliauskiene (Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania)

Analysis of the Discussion section of Research Articles in the field of Psychology
Maria Marcela Puebla (Argentina)

Age as an Affective Factor in Second Language Acquisition
Krishna K. Bista (Troy University, Alabama, USA)

19 November 2008

Issue 4 (20), Volume 7, 2008

Developing Engineering Students' Communication Skills by Reducing their Communication Apprehension
Albert P'Rayan
PhD Scholar, Centre for Advanced Study in Linguistics, Annamalai University, India &
Ramakrishna T. Shetty
Director, Centre for Advanced Study in Linguistics, Annamalai University, India

Developing an ESP Speaking Course Framework for the Foreign Postgraduates
in Science and Technology at National University of Malaysia

Md. Momtazur Rahman, Thang Siew Ming, Mohd Sallehhudin Abd Aziz and Norizan Abdul Razak

Developing Academic Competency for Studies in English: The Malaysian ESL Teachers' Perspective
Wong Fook Fei & Thang Siew Ming
School of Language Studies & Linguistics
The National University of Malaysia

A Course in English for Students of Engineering with Emphasis on Problem Solving Methods
G.Venkatraman
Senior Lecturer in English, School of Humanities and Sciences
SASTRA University, Thanjavur 613 402, Tamil Nadu
B. Krishnamurthy
Professor of English, School of Humanities and Sciences
SASTRA University, Thanjavur 613 402, Tamil Nadu

A critical analysis of the literature review section of graduate dissertations at the university of Botswana
Olufemi Akindele, Communication Studies Department, University of Botswana

Introduction to Needs Analysis
Mehdi Haseli Songhori

Employer Perceptions on Graduate Literacies in Higher Education in Relation to the Workplace
Koo Yew Lie, Vincent Pang, Fadhil Mansur Biodata

18 October 2008

Issue 3 (19), Volume 7, 2008

THE EFFCTIVE TEACHING OF THE GENRE OF HOTEL BROCHURE pdf- file doc-file
Zhao Ning

DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW CHECKLIST FOR EVALUATING READING COMPREHENSION TEXTBOOKS pdf-file doc-file
Fatemeh Mahbod Karamoozian, Abdolmehdi Riazi

ASPECTS OF MOTIVATION WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN ESP COURSE pdf-file doc-file
Ourania Katsara

ESP IN A SECONDARY ITALIAN SCHOOL pdf-file doc-file
Eugenio Cianflone

MANAGING RELATIONS: A STUDY OF POSITIONING STRATEGIES IN BRITISH INTERNATIONAL DISCOURSE pdf-file doc-file
References pdf-file doc-file
Cinzia Spinzi

08 July 2008

Issue 2 (18), Volume 7, 2008

TEACHING LISTENING SKILLS AT TERTIARY LEVEL
Galina Kavaliauskiene

THE USE OF FOCUS GROUP INTERVIEWS IN ORDER TO DEFINE STUDENTS' VIEWS OF THE ESP COURSE
Ourania A. Katsara

DO ENGLISH FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES (ESP) TEXTBOOKS PREPARE STUDENTS FOR WRITING RESEARCH ARTICLES (RAS)
A CASE OF METADISCOURSE ANALYSIS

Gholam Reza Zarei

FACULTY PERCEPTIONS OF EFL STUDENT WRITING
David Camps, Tom Salsbury

MAKING ENGINEERING STUDENTS SPEAK:
MAP FORMULA AND COMMUTAINMENT ACTIVITIES

Albert P'Rayan

MEDICAL STUDENTS' EMP LEARNING THROUGH INTERACTIVE SMS PLATFORM
Jafar Asgari Arani
Removed (January, 27, 2010)
See: http://www.eife-l.org/publications/proceedings/ilf08/contributions/designing-learning-spaces-with-advanced-learning-technologies/Arani.pdf

LESSON PLAN

THE MAN WHO BECAME RICH THROUGH A DREAM
Michael Berman

CALL FOR PAPERS

International Conference on Language for Specific Purposes

Issue 1 (17), Volume 7, 2008

Correlations of L2 strategy selection with L2 experience and anxiety (.pdf)
Ildiko Tar

ESP Teaching: A Matter of Controversy (.pdf)
Ataollah Maleki

ESP, An Evaluation of Available Textbooks: Medical Terminology' (by Barbara Johnson Cohen) (.pdf)
Ramin Rahimy

On the Relationship between ESP & EGP (.pdf)
Mohammad Mohseni-Far

The effect of strategies-based instruction on student's reading comprehension of ESP texts (.pdf)
Majid Kh. Moghadam

Collaborative Learning in the EAP Classroom: Students' Perceptions (.pdf)
Faith A. Brown

Issue 3(16), Volume 6, 2007

Editor's Commentary

Responding to Change: Three Chinese Textbooks of Written Business Communication in English
WANG Meiling (China)

English Language Skills for Engineering Students: A Needs Survey
G.Venkatraman (India), P. Prema (India)

Assisting L2 Students in the ESP Classrooms with Specialised Vocabulary Acquisition Skills
Rebecca Ranjan (Botswana)

Thou Shall Use PowerPoint: Students' Use and Abuse of PowerPoint in an ESL Oral Presentation Course
Dele Femi Akindele (Botswana)

A corpus-driven study of non-equivalence in the language of finance: credit or debit?
Denise Milizia (Italy)

English for Satirical Purposes:
Humour, Culture and Language Learning at the Faculty of Political Science [1]
Cristina Pennarola (Italy)

Urdu-English Code-Switching:
The Use of Urdu Phrases and Clauses In Pakistani English
(A Non-native Variety)

Behzad Anwar

Issue 2(15), Volume 6, 2007
19.08.2007

A Coursebook Evaluation
Ramin Rahimy

Students' reflections on learning English for Specific Purposes
Galina Kavaliauskien
ė

EAP and communicative use of language
Giti Karimkhanlui

Learner participation in the design of English for Biotechnology
Albert P'Rayan

Issue 1(14), Volume 6, 2007
21.04.2007

The Native Speaker in the (Inter)Cultural Classroom: Cultural Consciousness Raising to Students in 'Broken Cultures' Abstract
Dr. Troy B. Wiwczaroski

PRESERVICE ESP TEACHER TRAINING IN AN AFRICAN FRENCH- SPEAKING COUNTRY: THE CASE OF COTE D'IVOIRE
By Dr. Zoumana KONE

ESP/EAP classes for Sociology students: establishing learning priorities
Vida Zorko

ESP COURSE DESIGN: MATCHING LEARNER NEEDS TO AIMS
Sarjit Kaur

Developing a Set of Competencies for Teachers of English in Engineering Colleges
G. Venkatraman, Dr.P.Prema

Issue 2(13), Volume 5, 2006
25.12.2006

QUALITY ASSESSMENT IN TEACHING ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
Galina Kavaliauskiene

GOOD PRACTICE IN DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILLS
Galina Kavaliauskiene

Learning Strategies of English Medical Terminologies in the Students of Medicine
Jafar Asgari Arani

THE USE OF CONNECTORS IN SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES BY NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE WRITERS
Mª Luisa Carrio Pastor

Issue 1(12), Volume 5, 2006

Analysing Workplace Oral Communication Needs in English among IT Graduates
Sarjit Kaur and Lee Siew Hua

English for Specific Purposes: ESL and the Nursing Assistant
Matthew Currier

Managing Talk: The Role of the Chairperson in a Teachers' Meeting
Andrew Boon

Issue 3(11), Volume 4, 2005 (version date: 05.12.2005)

On the Effects of Globalization on ESP:A Thought Paper on Preparing a Place for Ourselvesin Hungarian Higher Education
Troy B. Wiwczaroski and Silye Magdolna

A pragmatic account of aviation manuals
Simone Sarmento

Teaching Writing and Reading English in E S P through a Web-Based Communicative Medium: Weblog
Jafar Askari Arani
Removed (January, 27, 2010)

Ontological Approach to the Producent's Authorship in Academic Writing
K.B. Svoikin

Towards a Process-genre Based Approach in the Teaching of Writing for Business English
Dr. Sarjit Kaur and Ms. Poon Sook Chun

 

Issue 2(10), Volume 4, 2005
November,10, 2005

Communication theory applied to the professional development of the communication student
Troy B. Wiwczaroski and Silye Magdolna

An ESP Course for Employees at the American University of Beirut
Kassim Shaaban

Scaffolding Reading of Engineering Texts
Scaffolding Reading Activities in a Content-Based Course for Students of Engineering, Architecture and Design

Tom Salsbury

Student engineers, ESP courses, and testing with Cloze Tests
Joseba M. Gonzalez Ardeo

Designing an ESP Program For Multi-Disciplinary Technical Learners
Chen, Yong

Integrating content-based tasks into a language classroom
Jolita Butkiene and Lilija Vilkanciene

ESP: A local report
Alireza Bonyadi

Effectively Implementing a Collaborative Task-based Syllabus (CTBA) in EFL Large-sized Business English Classes
Pi-Ching Chen

Issue 1(9), Volume 4, 2005

Research into Reading -Writing connections in English for Specific Purposes
Galina Kavalaiauskienė

Reading strategies of Greek University students learning English in an academic context
Eleni Griva

A survey of writing needs and expectations of Hotel Management and Tourism students

Siti Hamin Stapa
Ismie Roha Mohd Jais

Testing the validity of small corpus information
Sylvana Krausse

Examining the Importance of EST and ESL Textbooks and Materials: Objectives, Content and Form

Dr. Nooreen Noordin
Dr. Arshad Abdul Samad

Issue 2(8), Volume 3, 2004

Two Models Compared: Problem-Based Learning and Task-Based Learning
Mehdi Haseli Songhori

Homework in English for Specific Purposes: Is it effective?
Galina Kavaliauskien
ė

Theoretical Base and Problems in Business English Teaching in China
Lixin Li

Internet-based Medical Articles in EMP
Jafar Askari Arani

Issue 1(7), Volume 3, 2004

Syntactic Discontinuity in the Language of UK and EU Legislation
Jana Mackinlay University of Bahrain

Teaching Impromptu Speaking: a Short Talk before a Presentation
Galina Kavaliauskienė

Issue 3(6), Volume 2, 2003. Corpus Linguistics. Idea of Alejandro Curado Fuentes

Small Corpora as Assisting Tools in The Teaching of English News Language: A Preliminary Tokens-Based Examination of Michael Swan’s Practical English Usage News Language Wordlist.
Pascual Pérez-Paredes

Using parallel corpora in the bilingual classroom
Pernilla Danielsson & Michaela Mahlberg

Corpus Linguistics in the teaching of ESP and Literary Studies
Maria Jose Pereira de Oliveira

Using Corpus Resources as Complementary Task Material in ESP
Alejandro Curado Fuentes, Patricia Edwards Rokowski

Issue 2(5), Volume 2, 2003

Role of self -correction in learning ESP
Galina Kavaliauskien
ė

Modality in English and Hungarian Drug Information Leaflets
Anita Hegedűs

English for Specific Purposes on the World Wide Web – a proposal for a Web-based coursebook supplement
Jaroslaw Krajka

Projects Developing ESP Students’ Writing Skills
Lyudmila Kuznetsova

Critical thinking in ESL for postgraduate engineers: negotiating a discipline
Gavin Melles

Travel and Tourism Students Needs in Valencia (Spain): Meeting their Professional Requirements in the ESP Classroom
Jesús García Laborda

Issue 1(4), Volume 2, 2003

SP Students Learning Preferences : Are the Teachers Aware?
Dr. Siti Hamin Stapa

Asynchronous Discussions in ESP courses
Helder Fanha Martins

Learning ESP on the Internet: Learners Attitude
Galina Kavaliauskiene

Reading and Speaking on Biology and Medicine with a Special Textbook
Natalya Snytnikova

Developing small team communication skills in teaching ESP
Anissimova Lyubov

What is it like to Be a PP?
Olga Obdalova, Elena Osipova

Issue 3, Volume 1, December, 2002

A HISTORY OF ESP THROUGH ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
Martin Hewings

EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY SYLLABUS
Charles Elerick

AN OVERVIEW OF MODAL AUXILIARY VERBS IN E.S.T.
Jean-Claude Viel

MUTUAL INSTRUCTION IN THE GLOBAL CLASSROOM
Yuri P. Tretyakov

MUSIC IN THE ESP CLASSROOM
Galina Kavaliauskiene

INCIDENTAL ASPECTS IN TEACHING ESP FOR TURISMO IN SPAIN THE TURISMO LEARNER: ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH
Jesús García Laborda

EAC PROJECT IN BULGARIA
Keith Kelly

CURRENT TRENDS IN ESP TEACHING IN RUSSIA. (A VIEW FROM TOMSK POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY)
Inna Cheremissina, Tamara Petrashova

Issue 2, Vol. 1, July 2002

A cognitive experience in ESP: teaching vocabulary to Telecommunications Engineering students.
Dr. Natalia Carbajosa Palmero, Spain

An ESP Curriculum for Greek EFL Students of Computing: A New Approach
Thalia Hadzigiannoglou Xenodohidis, Greece

Promoting the fifth skill in teaching ESP
Violeta Januleviciene and Galina Kavaliauskiene, Lithuania

Aspects of teaching adult learners
Galina Kavaliauskiene and Daiva Uzpaliene, Lithuania

Bridging the gap between English for Academic and Occupational Purposes
Guadalupe Acedo Dominguez and Patricia Edwards Rokowski, Spain

Issue 1, Vol. 1, May 2002

Tasks for Business Science and Technology English: Evaluating Corpus-driven Data for ESP
Alejandro Curado Fuentes, Spain

Teaching Thinking Through ESP
Olga Almabekova, Russia

E-zines and E-Textbooks: Applications for Teachers
Kevin McCaughey, Russia

The Vocabulary of English for Scientific and Technological Occupational Purposes
Jean-Claude Viel, France

Colour Words
Vitaly Ashkinazi, Elena Severinova, Russia

ESP in Slovenian Secondary Technical and Vocational Education
Marija Potočar, Slovenia

Aspects of Learning ESP at University
Galina Kavaliauskiene, Lithuania

Material Design for Computer Science
Maria Cristina Quisbert Quispe, Bolivia

QALSPELL Project: Quality Assurance in Language for Specific Purposes
Mari Uibo, Estonia

 
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