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Tag Archives: Kevin Knight
Global Resources in ESP: Current Developments in English for Academic, Specific, and Occupational Purposes
At the TESOL convention in Dallas in March 2013, the academic session of the ESP IS created by the current chair, Yinghuei Chen, was titled “Developments in ESP Pedagogy Around the Globe.” As a member of the audience and a … Continue reading
Global Resources in ESP: The Impact of Professional Communication Research on Organizational Communication
Hello, ESPers worldwide! I would like to share with you an outstanding book chapter that addresses issues in organizational communication from the point of view of the professional communication researcher (in contrast to the view of the trainer).
Hello ESPers worldwide! With the growing importance of the intellectual property (IP) system in trade agreements, international relations, business strategy, law, etc., it seems possible that one day you may need resources to help your students to learn IP English.
Hello, ESPers worldwide! Are you looking for a great site to teach the content and language of entrepreneurship? The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) offers free online courses for starting a business. I also recommend checking out the following free … Continue reading
Hello ESPers worldwide! I am sure that many of you have heard the famous quote that goes something like, “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him … Continue reading
Hello ESPers worldwide! In Japan, it really feels like spring is here. The weather is warm, the trees are green, and the birds outside my window are . . . My apologies for getting off track. It’s just the effect … Continue reading
Hello ESPers worldwide! One of the main types of “principled ESP” training that I have done in Japan is with very small classes (of one or two students). The students are of a very high level (e.g., attended graduate school … Continue reading
Hello ESPers worldwide! In the TESOL ESP IS, we are grateful for the opportunity to publish in the journal of the IATEFL English for Specific Purposes Special Interest Group titled Professional and Academic English that Mark Krzanowski, Prithvi Shrestha, and the … Continue reading
At the ESP IS Open Meeting at TESOL 2012, Sarah Sahr, TESOL professional development manager, announced that the TESOL Resource Center (TRC) would make some resources available free of charge to everyone in the world – members and nonmembers of … Continue reading
Hello ESPers worldwide! This will be a short communication as TESOL 2012 is nearly here, and I know that some of our colleagues have already left for Philadelphia. Before I make the long trip myself, I wanted to share with … Continue reading