ESP Across Cultures 2013, n.10

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ISBN: 978-88-7228-721-7
Rivista: ESP Across Cultures - Rivista in Open Access
A cura di: Christopher Williams, Marina Bondi
Edizione: 2014 17,00 × 24,00 cm.
Pagine: 168
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Siân Alsop, Emma Moreton & Hilary Nesi
The use of storytelling in university Engineering lectures

Marie-Lise Assier
Using medical fiction to motivate students in public health fields

Mahmood Reza Atai & Seyyed Asadollah Asadi
Assessing academic and professional English language needs of Iranian railway engineering students: a triangulated evaluation study

Donna Bain Butler, Yalun Zhou & Michael Wei
When the culture of learning plays a role in academic English writing

Shahabaddin Behtary & Mehran Davaribina
Genre variation and its impact on EFL students’ reading comprehension

Oana Maria Carciu
Formulating identity in academic writing across cultures: n-grams in Introduction sections

Shirley Carter-Thomas & Elizabeth Rowley-Jolivet
Citation from a cross-linguistic perspective: the case of French researchers publishing in English

Carmel Heah & Sujata S. Kathpalia
Conventional and culture-specific metaphor in Singapore financial discourse

Maria Grazia Sindoni
English for Linguistics and multimodal peer-assessment at university postgraduate level

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