Dee BROUGHTON

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– ESP differs in different parts of the world and at different levels of language.

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Dee BROUGHTON

English Language Specialist

placed by US Embassy in Tashkent at UzSWLU

— ESP differs in different parts of the world and at different levels of language. Within the framework of our ESP Materials Design Partnership Project, our approach to it was to say that if students who want study in any field, engineering, chemistry or science in English, they are going to need to know the first thousand words of English, then second thousand words of English and academic English. If they have those, they can read in any of those fields. We have developed a book, particularly to build that level. So, what I tell my designers is that we are not creating engineers, but we are creating engineering students. 86 % of academic journals are published in English in the world and 70 % of medical journals are in English and free online. So, it is really important that we get students up to the level where they can read that information in English. There is another issue that there is a shortage of textbooks sometimes, but so many of these books are available free online in English. If we get people to read in English, they will work for any specific purposes that they want to study.[/wpex]

 

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