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close this bookEnglish for Specific Purposes (ESP): Teaching English for Specific Purposes (Peace Corps, 1986, 110 p.)
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View the documentIntroduction
close this folderChapter One The teacher, the student, and English for specific purposes
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View the documentThe Role of the Teacher
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close this folderChapter Two: Analyzing needs
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close this folderChapter Three: Developing language skills
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View the documentListening
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View the documentWriting GRAMMAR
View the documentSpeaking
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close this folderChapter Four: Program design
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View the documentSetting Goals
View the documentDesigning Units
View the documentPlanning Lessons
close this folderChapter Five: Materials selection and development
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View the documentAssessing Reading Difficulty
View the documentSelecting Materials
View the documentDeveloping Your own Materials
View the documentUsing Commercial Materials
View the documentGroup work
View the documentError Correction
View the documentTesting
View the documentHelping students learn outside the classroom
View the documentFor Teachers whose Students are U.S.-Bound
close this folderAppendices
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View the documentAppendix B Training modules for peace corps esp programs
View the documentAppendix C: Training modules for peace corps ESP programs