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E.S.P.

(English for Specific
Purposes)

By: Lic. Gilberto Armando
Oceguera Rodriguez.
ABBREVIATION STUDENTS MUST
KNOW……
EBE:
English for Business and Economics.



EFB:
English for Business (LCCIEB).


EFC:...
ELT:
English Language Teaching.


EOP:
English for Occupational Purposes.


ESOL:
English for Speakers of Other Language...
 EAP:

English for Educational or Academic
Purposes.
 GE:
General English.
 EMP:
English for Medical purposes.
 EVP:
E...
E.S.P.

(English for Specific Purposes)

ORIGINS




At the end of the Second World War in 1945.
Enormous and extraordin...
What was demanded by this
new brave world?
 After

the war ended. It started to happen
 The demand for an international
...
Why was English chosen?
 The

notable power the USA had after the
war.
 That’s why this role fell to English.
 English ...
What was the effect when
English was chosen?






A new mass of people wanting to learn English.
It was not just for ...
Who were the people eager
to learn English, now?
 Businessmen

or women.

 Engineers
 Scientists
 Mechanics
 Doctors
...
The reasons. why was this
development accelerated?
 The

oil crisis in the 1970s.
“This resulted a massive flow of founds...
What did these new demand
create?
 Specific

needs.
 Influential new ideas.
 The pursue of fulfillment in the study of
...
What was the traditional and
formal way of teaching
linguistics?
 Describing
 Focus

the usage of English.

on the Gramm...
What was one of the findings
of the new study research?
 That

the language we speak and write
varies considerably in man...
So, in the knowledge of the
analysis, What did they notice
about teaching English?
 That

there are important differences...
What was the main idea of
creating ESP?
 If

language varies from one situation of to
another, it should be possible to
d...
When did we really see the
expansion of ESP, into the nature
of particular varieties of English?
 In

the late 1960s and ...
Between the times WE JUST
mention, In what area was the
ESP most base on?
 Most

of the work at this time was in the
area...
What was then notice about
the learners of different
specialties?
 Learners

were seen to have different
needs and intere...
What were the three
important factors that were
brought about in the growth
of ESP?
 1.

The expansion of demand for Engl...
In what phase is ESP
considered to be going
through at this time?
 In

the 1960s was submitted to three main
phases.
 In...
According to the register analysis
in the 1960s and early 1970s, who
was the work mainly made by?
 Peter

Strevens (Halli...
What did Ewer and Hudges-Davies
find out with some of the text
books students used(1971)?
 The

found out that the school...
Beyond analysis, What had
ESP focused on?
 On

sentence grammar.
Soon, the idea of teaching ESP
shifted. In what direction?
 How

sentences were combined in
discourse analysis.
What did the typical teaching
materials based on discourse
approach taught students?
 To

recognize textual patterns.
 D...
What is needs analysis?
 It

is a process in which is first used:
 A) Target situation.
 B) A rigorous analysis of ling...
What did John Munby brought
us in Communicative Syllabus
Design(1978)?
 The

Munby model produces a detailed
profile of l...
What is the main idea behind
the skill-centered approach?
 Underlying

all language use.
 Common reasoning.
 Interpreti...
According to learning –
centered approach, What is
the concern of ESP?
 It

is not with language use.
 The concern is on...
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Esp unit 1

  1. 1. E.S.P. (English for Specific Purposes) By: Lic. Gilberto Armando Oceguera Rodriguez.
  2. 2. ABBREVIATION STUDENTS MUST KNOW…… EBE: English for Business and Economics.  EFB: English for Business (LCCIEB).  EFC: English for Commerce (LCCIEB).  EFL: English as a Foreign Language. 
  3. 3. ELT: English Language Teaching.  EOP: English for Occupational Purposes.  ESOL: English for Speakers of Other Languages  ESS: English for Social Sciences.  EST: English for Science and Technology. 
  4. 4.  EAP: English for Educational or Academic Purposes.  GE: General English.  EMP: English for Medical purposes.  EVP: English for Vocational purposes.  ESP: English for Specific Purposes.
  5. 5. E.S.P. (English for Specific Purposes) ORIGINS   At the end of the Second World War in 1945. Enormous and extraordinary expansion in: Scientific Technical Economic activity   The growth was world wide. The expansion created a more united world dominated by two forces: Technology and commerce
  6. 6. What was demanded by this new brave world?  After the war ended. It started to happen  The demand for an international language: ENGLISH
  7. 7. Why was English chosen?  The notable power the USA had after the war.  That’s why this role fell to English.  English became the International Language of technology and commerce.
  8. 8. What was the effect when English was chosen?     A new mass of people wanting to learn English. It was not just for the pleasure. Nor for the prestige of knowing the language. Because English was the key for : International Currencies of Technology and commerce.  Previously the reasons for learning English had not been well defined.
  9. 9. Who were the people eager to learn English, now?  Businessmen or women.  Engineers  Scientists  Mechanics  Doctors  And of course Commerce.  It created a new generation of learners, students wanted to learn more but books were written in English.
  10. 10. The reasons. why was this development accelerated?  The oil crisis in the 1970s. “This resulted a massive flow of founds and westerns expertise into the oil-rich countries.”
  11. 11. What did these new demand create?  Specific needs.  Influential new ideas.  The pursue of fulfillment in the study of English with new necessities.
  12. 12. What was the traditional and formal way of teaching linguistics?  Describing  Focus the usage of English. on the Grammar usage.
  13. 13. What was one of the findings of the new study research?  That the language we speak and write varies considerably in many different ways from one context to another.
  14. 14. So, in the knowledge of the analysis, What did they notice about teaching English?  That there are important differences between , say, of commerce that of engineering.
  15. 15. What was the main idea of creating ESP?  If language varies from one situation of to another, it should be possible to determine the features of specific situations and then make these features the basis of the learners course
  16. 16. When did we really see the expansion of ESP, into the nature of particular varieties of English?  In the late 1960s and the early 1970s.
  17. 17. Between the times WE JUST mention, In what area was the ESP most base on?  Most of the work at this time was in the area of English for science and technology(EST).  And for a time ESP and EST were considered as almost Synonymous.
  18. 18. What was then notice about the learners of different specialties?  Learners were seen to have different needs and interest which influence in learning proses.  The motivation to learn was different.
  19. 19. What were the three important factors that were brought about in the growth of ESP?  1. The expansion of demand for English to suit particular needs.  2. The developments in the fields of linguistics.  3. Educational Psychology.
  20. 20. In what phase is ESP considered to be going through at this time?  In the 1960s was submitted to three main phases.  In the fourth and starting the fifth phase.
  21. 21. According to the register analysis in the 1960s and early 1970s, who was the work mainly made by?  Peter Strevens (Halliday, McIntosh and Strevens,1964).  Jack Ewer (Ewer and Latorre,1969).  John Swales(1971).
  22. 22. What did Ewer and Hudges-Davies find out with some of the text books students used(1971)?  The found out that the school text books neglected some of the language forms commonly found In Science texts.  In conclusion was that the ESP course should therefore, give priority to these forms (Compound nouns, passives, conditionals, modal verbs)
  23. 23. Beyond analysis, What had ESP focused on?  On sentence grammar.
  24. 24. Soon, the idea of teaching ESP shifted. In what direction?  How sentences were combined in discourse analysis.
  25. 25. What did the typical teaching materials based on discourse approach taught students?  To recognize textual patterns.  Discourse markers (Mainly by means of text-diagramming exercises.
  26. 26. What is needs analysis?  It is a process in which is first used:  A) Target situation.  B) A rigorous analysis of linguistic features of the situation.
  27. 27. What did John Munby brought us in Communicative Syllabus Design(1978)?  The Munby model produces a detailed profile of learners’ needs in terms of:  A) Communication Purposes.  B) Communicative settings.  C) The means of communication.  D) Language skills.  E) Functions.  F) Structures, etc…
  28. 28. What is the main idea behind the skill-centered approach?  Underlying all language use.  Common reasoning.  Interpreting processes. “Regardless of the surface forms, enable us to extract meaning from discourse”.
  29. 29. According to learning – centered approach, What is the concern of ESP?  It is not with language use.  The concern is on language learning.

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