Day, J. and M. Krzanowski. 2010. English for Specific Purposes: An Introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
ISBN: 9781107910768
Summary: The purpose of this publication is to provide a short introduction to the teaching of ESP to those ELT practitioners who wish to add ESP as their new chosen specialism. The advice given focuses, inter alia, on, the nature of ESP; needs analysis; finding appropriate materials; lesson planning; assessment.
Entered by: University of Westminster (Centre for English Learning and Teaching)
Krzanowski, M. 2009. ‘Foreword from the editor’ in Current Developments in English for Academic and Specific Purposes in Developing, Emerging and Least-Developed Countries. Reading: Garnet
Book editor(s): Krzanowski, M.
ISBN: 9781901095173
Summary: The foreword to this book provides the rationalisation why the focus of the publication is particularly on these countries. Contributions, authored mostly by the members of the IATEFL ESP SIG, include papers from Angola, Bangladesh, Brazil, Burma, Cambodia, China, Ghana, India, Iran, Kenya, Nepal, Nigeria, Palestine, Philippines, Thailand, South Africa, Yemen and Zambia.
Entered by: University of Westminster (Centre for English Learning and Teaching)
Shrestha, P. 2009. ‘ELT, ESP & EAP in Nepal: whose interests are served?’ in Current Developments in English for Academic and Specific Purposes in Developing, Emerging and Least-Developed Countries. Reading, UK: Garnet Education, pp. 181 - 200
Book editor(s): Krzanowski, M.
URL: http://oro.open.ac.uk/16274/1/ESP_SIG2_Ch13_Nepal.pdf
ISBN: 9781901095173
Summary: This paper gives an overview of the state of English Language Teaching in Nepal in general and draws a link between ELT and English for Academic Purposes and English for Specific Purposes (ESP). The researcher briefly examines the current situation at primary, secondary and tertiary level from a critical applied-linguistics perspective.
Country of research: Nepal
Entered by: The Open University (Faculty of Education and Languages)
Krzanowski, M. 2009. ‘Foreword from the editor’ in Current Developments in English for Academic and Specific Purposes in Developing, Emerging and Least-Developed Countries. Reading: Garnet
Book editor(s): Krzanowski, M.
ISBN: 9781901095173
Summary: The foreword to this book provides the rationalisation why the focus of the publication is particularly on these countries. Contributions, authored mostly by the members of the IATEFL ESP SIG, include papers from Angola, Bangladesh, Brazil, Burma, Cambodia, China, Ghana, India, Iran, Kenya, Nepal, Nigeria, Palestine, Philippines, Thailand, South Africa, Yemen and Zambia.
Entered by: University of Westminster (Centre for English Learning and Teaching)
Krzanowski, M. 2008. ‘Foreword from the editor’ in Current Developments in English for Academic, Specific and Occupational Purposes. Reading: Garnet Education
Book editor(s): Krzanowski, M.
ISBN: 978 1 85964 439 3
Summary: Foreword to a collection of papers which reflect the diversity and multiplicity of strands that international EAP and ESP practitioners are engaged in across all the continents. Contributions, authored mostly by members of the IATEFL ESP SIG, include papers from the UK, the US, Italy, Turkey, Kenya, Pakistan, Austria, Cuba, Russia, Taiwan, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Croatia, and Montenegro.
Entered by: University of Westminster (Centre for English Learning and Teaching)
Krzanowski, M. 2008. ‘Foreword from the editor’ in Current Developments in English for Academic, Specific and Occupational Purposes. Reading: Garnet Education
Book editor(s): Krzanowski, M.
ISBN: 978 1 85964 439 3
Summary: Foreword to a collection of papers which reflect the diversity and multiplicity of strands that international EAP and ESP practitioners are engaged in across all the continents. Contributions, authored mostly by members of the IATEFL ESP SIG, include papers from the UK, the US, Italy, Turkey, Kenya, Pakistan, Austria, Cuba, Russia, Taiwan, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Croatia, and Montenegro.
Entered by: University of Westminster (Centre for English Learning and Teaching)
Krzanowski, M. 2008. ‘Teacher and trainer training via videoconferencing in ESP, EAP and EFL’. Professional and Academic English: Journal of the English for Specific Purposes Special Interest Group (IATEFL) 33: 19-28
Summary: The paper demonstrates how video-conferencing can be successfully exploited as an online tool for teaching and teacher training in EFL, ESP and EAP. The author describes in detail the delivery of a teacher training project to Al-Quds Open University in Palestinian Territories, and recommends video-conferencing for similar projects in low-income countries.
Entered by: University of Westminster (Centre for English Learning and Teaching)