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An approach to the teaching of medical English. Holden Ed. Oxford: Modern English Publications. Allwright, R. What do we need materials for? ELTJournal, 36, Perceiving and pursuing learners' needs. Sturtridge Eds. Andrews, S. The effect of Arabicization on the role of service English. Bacha, N. Contrasting needs of business students' writing needs in an EFL environment. English for Specific Purposes, 27, Bachman, L. Formative evaluation in specific purpose program development. Palmer Eds. Rowley, MA: Newbury House. The development and use of criterion-referenced tests of language ability in language program evaluation.
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Teaching EAP: Bibliography
Nottingham: Nottingham University Press. Legal and general: Towards a genre analysis of newspaper law reports. English for Specific Purposes, 22 , Baker, M. Sub-technical vocabulary and the ESP teacher: An analysis of some rhetorical items in medical journal articles. Re ading in a Foreign Language, 4 , Barber, C. Some measurable characteristics of modern scientific prose. Behre Ed. Gothenburg: Almqvist and Wiksell.. Barnard, R. Materials for special purposes.
London: Continuum. Interpretation of "information transfer" from a diagram.
Selinker, E. Hanzeli Eds. Basturkmen, H. Discourse in MBA seminars: Towards a description for pedagogical purposes. English for Specific Purposes, 18, Negotiating meaning in seminar-type discussion and EAP. English for Specific Purposes, 21, Specificity and ESP course design. Ideas and options in English for specific purposes.
London: Routledge. Developing courses in English for specific purposes. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. The practice of LSP. Elder Eds. Oxford: Blackwell. Bates, M. Writing 'Nucleus'. Batstone, R. Teachers and course design: The case for a modular approach. ELT Journal, 42 , Bavelas, J. The social psychology of citations. Canadian psychological Review, 19, Bazerman, C. What written knowledge does: Three examples of academic discourse. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 11, Beaumont, S. An investigation into the role of spoken English competence in an assessed business discussion in an ELF context.
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Towards a definition of disciplinary cultures. Studies in Higher Education, 6, Belcher, D. How professors initiate non-native speakers into their disciplinary discourse communities. Texas Papers in Foreign Language Education, 1, Trends in teaching English for specific purposes. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 24, English for specific purposes: Teaching to perceived needs and imagined futures in worlds of work, study, and everyday life. Problem-solving for nursing purposes. Belcher, Ed. What ESP is and can be: An introduction.
The future of ESP research: resources for access and choice. Starfield Eds. The handbook of English for specific purposes pp. London: Wiley-Blackwell. Belcher , D. Identity in the ESP context: Putting the learner front and center in needs analysis. Belcher, A. Paltridge Eds , New directions in English for specific purposes research pp.
Benesch, S. Needs analysis and curriculum development in EAP: An example of a critical approach. Critical English for academic purposes. Bebb, P. Taking language training out of the classroom: Overcoming the problems of shifts and rosters for on-site language training. Khoo Ed. Berkenkotter, C. You are what you cite: Novelty and intertextuality in a biologist's experimental article.
Thralls Eds. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Berwick, R. Needs assessment in language programming: from theory to practice. Johnson Ed. Bhatia, V. Textual mapping in British legislative writing.
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