Category: Teaching English for Specific Purposes
Articles about teaching English in specialised contexts or for special purposes
Medical English should be taught from the perspective of medicine and health care first and foremost while reinforcing vocabulary acquisition, grammar and structure secondly.
Everyday English for medical jargon, to be used by patients, doctors, nurses and other people using or studying Medical English.
Starting courses for people who need to write essays and academic papers in English.
A short guide to the why, what and how of teaching students studying or working in technical areas.
New technologies as a stimulating and useful topic for ESP and General English classes.
Although most people who become specialist Business English or ESP (English for Specific Purposes, such as Medical English or Financial English) teachers enjoy it and its professional benefits so much they never look back, the first time you face students
How is English for Specific Purposes (ESP) different from English as a Second Language (ESL), also known as general English?
Tips for teaching learners who will be travelling
A look at the importance of technical writing in the sciences.
What employers are looking for in a Business English teacher
How to create an Internet-based lesson, with links to sample lessons.
How Is The Design Of Curriculum For English For Medical Purposes Decided?