New developments in ESP teaching and learning research

Edited by Cédric Sarré, Shona Whyte.


DOI: 10.14705/rpnet.2017.cssw2017.9782490057016
Publication date: 2017-12-05
Licence: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Language: English

© 2017 Cédric Sarré, Shona Whyte.

New developments in ESP teaching and learning research

Book description

In this collective volume, we seek to bridge gaps between research and practice in the teaching and learning of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) with a set of strong research-based contributions drawing on a wide range of ESP contexts. It offers new theoretical and pedagogical insights for ESP practitioners and researchers alike, going beyond descriptions of ESP situations and programmes to bring in sound research design and data analysis which are firmly anchored in previous ESP research. The nine papers in this collection cover a variety of ESP domains, from medicine, technical science, and engineering to social sciences and the humanities, in order to encapsulate current trends and new developments in ESP teaching and learning research in Europe.

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Notes on contributors
Sarré, Cédric; Whyte, Shona.
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Sarré, Cédric; Whyte, Shona.
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Douglas, Dan.
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Introduction to new developments in ESP teaching and learning research
Whyte, Shona; Sarré, Cédric.
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Using video materials in English for technical sciences: a case study
Milosevic, Danica.
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Dynamic and complex system approach to needs analysis, course development and evaluation of LANSOD courses in a French musicology undergraduate programme
Labetoulle, Aude.
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Designing and implementing ESP courses in French higher education: a case study
Birch-Bécaas, Susan; Hoskins, Laüra.
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Towards a dynamic approach to analysing student motivation in ESP courses
Schug, Daniel; Le Cor, Gwen.
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Teaching compound nouns in ESP: insights from cognitive semantics
Fries, Marie-Hélène.
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When storytelling meets active learning: an academic reading experiment with French MA students
Beaupoil-Hourdel, Pauline; Josse, Hélène; Kosmala, Loulou; Masuga, Katy; Morgenstern, Aliyah.
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The SocWoC corpus: compiling and exploiting ESP material for undergraduate social workers
Johnson, Jane Helen.
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Identifying and responding to learner needs at the medical faculty: the use of audio-visual specialised fiction (FASP)
Franklin-Landi, Rebecca.
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The effect of form-focussed pre-task activities on accuracy in L2 production in an ESP course in French higher education
Starkey-Perret, Rebecca; Belan, Sophie; Lê Ngo, Thi Phuong; Rialland, Guillaume.
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  • Editors: Cédric Sarré, Shona Whyte.
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  • Print length: 214 pages
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