Wednesday, 12 Aug 2020
Category: English for Specific Purposes

SYLLABUS

In view of the amount of work that goes into syllabus design and the considerable weight of authority that syllabus have we might usefully consider whether they are necessary. a. Language is complex entity -The syllabus, in defining the constituent parts of language knowledge, thus provides a practical basis for the division of assessment, textbook […]

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Reflection About PH Constitution

Deductive Approach: One of the approaches to Grammar

There are two approaches in teaching Grammar, first is the deductive approach which entails that the learners were given a general rule and then applied to a specific language examples wherein they honed by giving them various practice exercises for their own improvement. While, inductive approach involves the learners through sensing, distinguishing such patterns and […]

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Types of Communication

What does communication mean?Two-way process of reaching mutual understanding, in which participants not only exchange (encode-decode) information, news, ideas and feelings but also create and share meaning. In other words, communication is the exchange of conversation or establishing connection between two or more through communicating with each other. In communication, there are always a sender […]

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English for Specific Purposes Final Examination By Ruel

English for Specific Purposes Final Examination By Ruel

An information leaflet about the Brazilian ESP Project summarises its aims as follows: “The specific purpose” most common within the participant universities is the reading specialist literature in English. Consequently, there is a consensus within the project to focus on the teaching of reading strategies with the use of authentic materials and the use of […]

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Six main stages of language development

Classical or Traditional Grammar Descriptions of English and other languages were based on the grammars of the classical languages, Greek and Latin. These descriptions were based on an analysis of the role played by each word in the sentence. Languages were described in this way because the classical language were case based language where the […]

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Discourse (Rhetorical) Analysis

Discourse (Rhetorical) Analysis

Discourse analysis is gradually becoming more established in family practice. Using rigorous methods and techniques, discourse analysis can offer a sophisticated insight into the complex world of family practice. Discourse analytic studies often start with a general problem area, developing more focused research questions as the research progresses so that researchers can remain genuinely open […]

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The Development of ESP

The Development of ESP

From its early beginnings in the 1960’s ESP has undergone three main phases of development. It is now in a fourth phase with a fifth phase starting to emerge. We shall describe each of the five phases in greater detail in later chapters, but it will provide a useful perspective to give a brief summary […]

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