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    • ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES Tony Dudley-Evans 2009
    • Definition Teaching and materials are founded on the results of needs analysis
    • FEATURES OF ESP COURSES
      • Limited duration
      • Adult learners
      • May be designed for specific disciplines
      • Generally designed for intermediate or advanced students. Most ESP courses assume basic knowledge of the language system, but it can be used with beginners.
    • CLASSIFICATION
      • English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
      • English for Occupational Purposes (EOP)
      • English for General Business Purposes (EGBP)
      • English for Science and Technology (EST)
      • English for Vocational Purposes (EVP)
      • English for Occupational Purposes (EOP)
    • RESEARCH
      • Beyond Needs Analysis : Target situation analysis, learning situation analysis, present situation analysis
      • Text Analysis : Identify the text key features and devises teaching materials that will enable learners to use the texts effectively (business letters).
      • Genre analysis: From specific language use to material production
      • Business English: The effect of culture
      • Academic writing : Making use of genre analysis findings
    • CURRENT AND FUTURE TRENDS AND DIRECTIONS
      • Awareness of the importance of cross cultural issues and a need for further research in the area
      • The importance of genre analysis: From needs analysis to material production and lesson planning
      • Collaborative work between the ESP teacher with the subject teacher