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  1. Week 1: What is Language for Specific Purposes 2 items
    1. English in the Disciplines: Arguments for Specificity

      Webpage Required Hyland, 2017 English in the disciplines: arguments for specificity. ESP today, 1, 5-23.

  2. Week 2: Some debates in LSP 3 items
    1. English for academic purposes: an advanced resource book - Ken Hyland, Ebooks Corporation 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Hyland, K. 2006. Study skills or academic literacy? In K. Hyland English for Academic Purposes: An advanced resource book. New York: Routledge. 16-23. This is an e-book in the VUW library

  3. Week 3: Needs Analysis 3 items
    1. Woodrow, L. (2017). Needs analysis and ESP course design. In Teaching English for specific purposes (Chapter 2, pp21-31). Routledge. - Lindy Woodrow, ProQuest (Firm) 2017

      Book Required Read Chapter 2 Needs analysis and ESP course design pp21-31.

    2. Developing courses in English for specific purposes - Helen Basturkmen 2010

      Book Required Basturkmen, Helen. 2010. Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposes. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Chapter 2 (Needs Analysis pp 17-35). This is an e-book in the VUW library

    3. Jordan, R. R. 1997. English for Academic Purposes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Chapter 2

      Chapter Recommended Jordan, R. R. 1997. English for Academic Purposes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Chapter 2

  4. Week 4: Curriculum Design 2 items
    1. Needs analysis: Planning a syllabus for a series of intensive workplace courses at a leading Japanese company - Jeremy David Cowling 2007-1

      Article Required Cowling, J. 2007. Needs analysis: Planning a syllabus for a series of intensive workplace courses at a leading Japanese company. English for Specific Purposes, 26, 426–442.

    2. Developing courses in English for specific purposes - Helen Basturkmen 2010

      Book Required Basturkmen, Helen. 2010. Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposes. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Chapter 4 Developing the Curriculum pp 52-68. This is an e-book in the VUW library.

  5. Week 5: Corpus approaches to investigating LSP 3 items
    1. English for airport ground staff - Joan Cutting 2012-1

      Article Required Cutting, J. 2012. English for airport ground staff. English for Specific Purposes, 31, 3-13.

  6. Week 6: Genre in LSP 3 items
    1. Parkinson, J. 2017 Teaching Writing for Science and Technology. In J Flowerdew & T. Costley. Discipline-specific writing: theory into practice

      Chapter Required Parkinson, J. 2017 Teaching Writing for Science and Technology. In J Flowerdew & T. Costley. Discipline-specific writing: theory into practice. Routledge. Chapter 7. pp 96-114

  7. Week 7: Ethnographic approaches to investigating LSP 2 items
  8. Week 8: Methods in LSP 3 items
  9. Week 9: Materials in LSP 3 items
  10. Week 10:Assessment in LSP 2 items
    1. ESP and Assessment. by Dan Douglas

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  11. Developing courses in English for specific purposes - Helen Basturkmen 2010

    Book  This book is available as an e-book in the VUW library: Basturkmen, Helen. 2010. Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposes. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Please read Chapter 1 (Introduction) pp1-13 for this week.

  12. Developing courses in English for specific purposes - Helen Basturkmen 2010

    Book  Basturkmen, H. 2010. Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposes. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Chapter 3 (Investigating Specialist Discourse pp36-51). This is an e-book available in the VUW library

  13. John, A. English for Specific Purposes in Theory and Practice (p 41-59).

    Chapter  Johns, A. 2009. Tertiary undergraduate EAP: Problems and possibilities. In D. Belcher (ed.) English for Specific Purposes in Theory and Practice (p 41-59). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

  14. Demystifying institutional practices: critical pragmatism and the teaching of academic writing - Nigel Harwood, Gregory Hadley 2004-1

    Article  Harwood, N. & Hadley, G. (2004). Demystifying institutional practices: critical pragmatism, and the teaching of academic writing. English for Specific Purposes, 23, 4, 355-77.