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Genre analysis has become a key approach within the field of English for Specific Purposes and helps students understand particular language use patterns in target contexts.
Introducing Genre and English for Specific Purposes provides an overview of how genre has been conceptualized and applied in ESP, as well as the features that distinguish ESP genre research and teaching from those of other genre schools. The macro and micro aspects of ESP genre-based pedagogy are also analysed and include: different possibilities for planning and designing an ESP genre-based course; the concrete, micro aspects of materials creation; and how genres can be learned through play.
Introducing Genre and English for Specific Purposes is essential reading for students and pre-service teachers who are studying Genre, English for Specific Purposes or language teaching methodologies.
Part I. Introduction
Chapter 1. Genre in English for Specific Purposes
Part II. ESP Genre Analysis
Chapter 2. Analyzing Genre Moves
Chapter 3. Analyzing Genre Lexicogrammatical Features
Chapter 4. Analyzing Genre Contexts
Part III. ESP Genre-based Learning and Teaching
Chapter 5. Designing Genre-based Courses
Chapter 6. Creating and Assessing Genre-based Teaching Materials
Chapter 7. Exploring Future Issues: Genre Play, Learning, and Transfer
Routledge Introductions to English for Specific Purposes provide a comprehensive and contemporary overview of various topics within the area of English for specific purposes, written by leading academics in the field. Aimed at postgraduate students in applied linguistics, English language teaching and TESOL, as well as pre- and in-service teachers, these books outline the issues that are central to understanding and teaching English for specific purposes, and provide examples of innovative classroom tasks and techniques for teachers to draw on in their professional practice.