Needs Analysis for Language Course Design

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Needs Analysis for Language Course Design
Author : Marjatta Huhta
File Size : 51,9 Mb
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 21 February 2013
ISBN : 9780521128148
Pages : 272 pages
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Needs Analysis for Language Course Design by Marjatta Huhta Book PDF Summary

An essential toolkit for language teachers who need to design language courses for working professionals, vocational schools, undergraduate and graduate students. Needs Analysis for Language Course Design is a handbook for those who prepare and teach courses in ESP. The book shows the reader how needs analysis can be used to create a detailed profile of the professional learner and how this profile can then be used to tailor make a course in language and communication for working professionals and for those studying towards a professional or vocational qualification.

Needs Analysis for Language Course Design

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