ERIC Number: ED395458
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
ESP in Southeast Asia.
Crooks, Tony, Ed.
Seven conference papers discuss English language training and political development in Asia, including language project design and evaluation, counterparting, sustainability, appropriate technology, and languages and the politics of development. Papers included are: "Linguistic and Cultural Considerations of Writing ELT Texts for Use in Asia" (Richard Colebrook); "Keeping a Cool Heart: Designing for Change at the Vientiane School of Law" (Steve Epstein); "Reconciling Stakeholders' Perspectives in Designing a University ESP Programme" (Wanpen Tubtimtong); "ESP Methodology for Science Lecturers" (Angela Rogers and Cukup Mulyana); "Language Teacher Education by Distance Mode: A Pilot Programme in Thailand" (Rachanee Senisrisant); "Study Mode Negotiation" (Mani Le Vasan and Rajeswary Sargunan); and "Quality Communication in Hospitality: Language Skills or Culture Transfer?" (Peggy Leung and Terence Lo). (Contains chapter references.) (NAV)
Descriptors: Cultural Context, English for Special Purposes, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Hospitality Occupations, Instructional Materials, Language Teachers, Legal Education (Professions), Needs Assessment, Professional Development, Reading Improvement, School Restructuring, Second Language Instruction, Staff Development, Teacher Education, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Student Relationship, Teaching Methods, Textbook Content, Writing Skills
Indonesia Australia Language Foundation, Jalan Kapten Agung 17, Denpasar 80232, Bali, Indonesia (U.S. $10 plus postage and handling).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Information Analyses
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Indonesia Australia Language Foundation, Bali (Indonesia).
Identifiers: Asia (Southeast)
Note: Chapters were originally presented as papers at the International Conference on Language in Development (2nd, Bali, Indonesia, April 10-12, 1995). For individual papers, see ED 394 289, FL 023 777-781, and ED 388 037 under the title, "Building Up a Unified ESP Programme."