Jeremy Day gave the plenary talk Two Approaches to Course Design at E-merging Forum 3 in Moscow.

As a writer, editor and teacher of ESP courses, Jeremy Day has identified two very different approaches to ESP course design, which he labels English through and English for. In this talk, he shows how this distinction affects every aspect of ESP course design, from needs analysis to final assessment.

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Jeremy Day is series editor of Cambridge English for..., a series of short ESP courses. He has written over ten teacher’s books for ESP and business skills, including International Legal English, Flightpath (Aviation English) and Dynamic Presentations (Cambridge). He co-authored Active Grammar 3 (Cambridge) and New Success Upper Intermediate (Pearson). He is Editorial Director at English360 (www.english360.com), a blended learning platform specialising in Business English and ESP.
 
Topic: Two Approaches to Course Design
 
As a writer, editor and teacher of ESP courses, Jeremy has identified two very different approaches to ESP course design, which he labels English through … and English for …. In this talk, he will show how this distinction affects every aspect of ESP course design, from needs analysis to final assessment.
 
Video recording of the plenary session
 
You can watch the full recording of Jeremy Day’s talk on British Council Russia’s YouTube channel by clicking the link below:
 
Interview
 
Jeremy Day gave an interview at the E-merging Forum 5. Watch the recording here:
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