LINGUIST List 5.1385

Sun 04 Dec 1994

TOC: English for Specific Purposes

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ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES - An International Journal
Editors: T. Dudley-Evans, UK; Liz Hamp-Lyons, USA; John Swales,
USA; Ann N. Johns, USA
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CONTENTS - Volume 13 (1994)
S. Thomas Reporting verbs in medical journal articles.
M.S. Martinez Spanish-English cognates in the subtechnical
 vocabulary found in engineering magazine texts.
L. Bilton Stylistic variations in science lectures:
 teaching vocabulary.
I. Okoye Teaching technical communication in large
 classes.
D. Belcher The Apprenticeship approach to advanced academic
 literacy: graduate students and their mentors.
A. A. Amer The effect of knowledge-map and underlining
 training on the reading comprehension of scientific
 texts.
P. Webber The function of questions in different
 medical journal genres.
M.H. Tahirian The methodology factor in teaching ESP.
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