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Subjective perceptions of ESP (English for Specific Purposes) university teachers’ professional beginnings: Quantitative research into pedagogical content knowledge

., KINGTON, A., & QUING, G. (2007). Teachers matter: Connecting lives, work and effectiveness. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill. FAR, M. M. (2008). On the relationship between ESP & EGP: A general perspective. English for Specific Purposes World, 7(1), 1-11. FESSLER, R., & INGRAM, R. (2003). The teacher career cycle revisited: New realities, new responses. In Davies, B. & West-Burnham, J. (Eds.), Handbook of educational leadership and management (s. 584-590). Edinburgh: Pearson Education Limited. FIORITO, L. (2005). Teaching English

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References Akbari, Z. (2011). Vocabulary comprehension and learning in an ESP context: Strategy use and knowledge sources. The Asian ESP Journal , 7 (2) , 5-27. Camiciottoli, B. C. (2010). Meeting the challenges of European student mobility: Preparing Italian Erasmus students for business lectures in English. English for Specific Purposes 29 , 268-280. doi: 10.1016/j.esp.2010.01.001. Cohen, L. & Manion, L. (1994). Research Methods in Education . London. Routledge. Deutch, Y. (2003

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Culture in Esp Syllabus: Why and How

, and Myths: Language Learning and Cultural Awareness.” ELT Journal 46(1):29-38. Boyd, Frances. 2002. “An ESP Program for Students of Business.” English for Specific Purposes. Thomas Orr (Ed.). Alexandria: TESOL, pp. 41-56. Byram, Michael, Morgan, Carol et al. 1994. Teaching-and-Learning Language-and-Culture . Clevedon, Philadelphia, Adelaide: Multilingual Matters. Byram, Michael and Zarate, Geneviève. 1998. “Definitions, objectives and assessment of sociocultural competence” in Sociocultural Competence in Language

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Perspectives in Legal English in-Service Education: Needs Analysis in Lithuanian Context

References Cheng, W., Cheng, L. 2014. Epistemic modality in court judgments: A corpusdriven comparison of civil cases in Hong Kong and Scotland. English for Specific Purposes, 33, 15-26. Chovancova, B. 2013. Legal Minds Think Alike: Legal English Syllabus Design and the Perceived Language Needs of Present and Former Students of Law. ACC Journal, Technical University in Liberec, 2013, Vol. 19, No. 3: 54-60. Communication From The Commission To The European Parliament, The Council, The European Economic And Social

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Using authentic materials for students of tourism in Slovenia: English language acquisition for students of the Faculty of Tourism of the University of Maribor

References Balič, Tina (2009). Using Authentic Materials in Teaching English as a Foreign Language . Vienna: DAAM International Publishing. Chou, Peter Tze-Ming (2010). Advantages and disadvantages of ESL coursebooks. The Internet TESL Journal , Vol. XVI, No. 11, November 2010. ( , accessed 15 November 2014) Corbett, John (2003). An Intercultural Approach to English Language Teaching. London: Cromwell Press Ltd. Harding, Keith (2007). English for Specific Purposes . Oxford: Oxford

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Overview of English for Specific Purposes in a Technical High School “Lutfi Musiqi” in Vushtrri

References Candlin, C. N., Kirkwood, J.M., & Moore, H.M. (1978). Study skills in English: Theoretical issues and practical problems. In R. Mackay & A. Mountford (Ed.). English for specific purposes (page 190-219). London: Longman. Dudley - Evans, T. (1997) Developments in English for Specific Purposes: A multidisciplinary Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Dudley-Evans, T. & St. John, M. (1998). Development in ESP: A multi-disciplinary approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Analysing ESP Texts, but How?

, (Ed.), Academic discourse (pp. 57-75). Harlow: Longman. Bunton, D. (2005). The structure of PhD conclusion chapters. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 4 , 207-224. Connor, U. (1996). Contrastive rhetoric: cross-cultural aspects of second-language writing . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Connor, U., & Mauranen, A. (1999). Linguistic analysis of grant proposals. European Union research grant. English for Specific Purposes , 18 (1), 47-62. Connor, U., Precht, K., & Upton, T. (2002). Business English: Learner data from Belgium, Finland

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ELP Teachers as Researchers. On the Benefits of Conducting Needs Analysis

REFERENCES Bailey, K., Curtis, A. and Nunan, D. 2001. Pursuing Professional Development: The Self as Source . Boston, Massachusetts: Heinle and Heinle. Benesch, S. 2001. Critical English for Academic Purposes: Theory, Politics, and Practice . London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Belcher, D. 2009. ‘What ESP is and can be: An introduction’ in D. Belcher (ed.) English for Specific Purposes in Theory and Practice , 1–20. Michigan: University of Michigan Press. Bhatia, Vijay K. 2004. Worlds of Written Discourse. A Genre-Based View

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. Belcher, D. (2009).What ESP Is and Can Be: An Introduction. In D. Belcher (Ed.), English for Specific Purposes in Theory and Practice . Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Borg, S. (2003). Teacher cognition in language teaching: A review of research on what language teachers think, know, believe, and do. Language Teaching , 36 , 81-109. Borg, S. (2006). Teacher Cognition and Language Education . London: Continuum. Dudley-Evans, T., & St. John, M. (1998). Developments in English for Specific Purposes . Cambridge

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Investigating Student’s Needs for English Language as Foundations for Syllabus Design

-Evans, T. & St. Johns, (1998) Developments in AQS: A multidisciplinary approach. 4th ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Gatehouse, K., 2001. “Key Issues in English for Specific Purposes (ESP)”, Curriculum Development”, The Internet TESL Journal, 7(10), available at: Graves, K. (2000). Designing language courses: A guide for teachers. Boston: Heinle and Heinle Thomson Learning Hutchinson,T. and Waters, A. (1987). English for Specific Purposes: A learning-centred approach

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