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My article. The profile of EAP and ESAP is often very low key and under the radar of many academic departments. It is often seen as remedial and an afterthought. As EAP teachers we are aware of the difficulties non-native and indeed native speakers face in becoming familiar with the academic culture and acquiring an academic voice of their own. This article shows a way that as EAP teachers we can raise our own profile and by doing so can help to raise awareness that we are not just a remedial service or a basic study skills provider. It helps to show that we are professional members of the uni
Candidates often face a lot of difficulty in OET reading sub-test. This happens because they do not pay more attention to some essentials required to pass through it. It should be mentioned here that reading skills required to get through are needed to be developed. In this article, we have talked about what candidates can do to improve their skills to get their desired grade in their OET reading sub-test. Get yourself acquainted with the basics of reading Reading for pleasure and reading for profession are two different things. When you read for pleasure, for instance, a novel or a short stor
English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is a course designed to meet specific needs of the learners and helps them to accomplish their English skills. They get the possibility to use the language for their needs, for example, for tourism purposes. The students will be able to understand and use the vocabulary they will use in the class and will acquire knowledge that would help them develop their future careers as hotel manager, tourist guide, holiday representa
The field of ESL for adults is booming. Even so, it is barely able to keep pace with the ever-growing needs of today’s world. Registration for English courses at international language institutes Wall Street, Berlitz etc.) is at an all-time high. Locally owned language schools and chains are mushrooming all over the globe.
Language teaching and language learning focus on four skills: Reading Comprehension, Aural Comprehension, Writing and Speaking. Most course books authors organize their materials so as to teach these skills in an integrated way. This seems eminently reasonable, but is it?
Our student is a little nervous about the course he’s about to start. English is all very well, and he can see why the boss has insisted he go to these lessons, but it’s so complicated. He’s heard it on the TV and even at the cinema, and there are words that are familiar to him: coca-cola, Microsoft, Tony Blair, Love, Yes, No and some swearing!