Презентация на тему: 4.Оксфорд.Панкова

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4.Оксфорд.Панкова
Developing EAP reading materials for teaching and publication
Abstract
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Essential elements
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Слайд 2: Developing EAP reading materials for teaching and publication

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The talk will look at developing EAP reading materials for teaching and publication. The main elements covered will be: the criteria used for choosing reading materials for teaching purposes; what the considerations are for publishing reading materials for the materials writer; whether there is any conflict between both these purposes; and possible future developments for the delivery of EAP reading materials.

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Meaning-focused Output Reading should be related to other language skills. (Nation, I.S.P. (2009). Teaching ESL/ EFL Reading and Writing. New York. Routledge.)

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Growing class size, standardized tests, pressure from licensing boards to introduce a certain number of topics, and the speeded-up climate of the information age limit dialogue and the depth of presentation of academic material. Benesch, S. (2001). Critical English for Academic Purposes: Theory Politics, and Practice. Abingdon New York: Routledge.

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Time relationships Problem and solution Cause and effect Classification Comparison and contrast Argumentation Description- processes/ sequencing Narrative Instruction

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Definition Explanation Exemplification Generalization and specificity Drawing conclusions Rhetorical organization (Jordan, R.R. (1997). English for Academic Purposes: A guide and resource book for teachers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.)

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Time Course design – test/ classroom vs. course/ course book The types of questions No questions The topic Teacher-centred materials Student-centred materials Unlike newspapers, academic texts do not present information for interest and entertainment; they aim to present information in a way that will advance the understanding of that topic,... (Alexander, O., Argent, S. & Spencer, J. (2008). EAP essentials: A teacher's guide to principles and practice. Reading: Garnet.)

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Independent learning Sources Length The level of the students and text complexity Complexity – simplification of the text Glossaries Topics- (unlimited?) vs. organization (range finite?)

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Vocabulary Wordlists- Basic 2000 words AWL ( Coxhead, A. 2000. A new Academic Word List. TESOL Quarterly, 34 (2): 213–38.) AKL ( Paquot, M. 2010. Academic Vocabulary in Learner Writing: From Extraction to Analysis. London & New-York: Continuum.) AWL tool

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The skills that students need to navigate reading texts efficiently -prediction -skimming -scanning -distinguishing between: -factual and non-factual information -important and less important items -relevant and irrelevant information -explicit and implicit information -ideas examples and opinions

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-drawing inferences and conclusions -deducing unknown words -understanding graphic presentation (data, diagrams, etc.) -understanding text organisation and linguistic/ semantic aspects, e.g. relationships between and within sentences (e.g. cohesion) recognising discourse/ semantic markers and their function (Jordan, R.R. (1997). English for Academic Purposes: A guide and resource book for teachers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.)

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Other skills Switching reading ‘gears’ Learning what not to read/ look at Studying/ learning/ testing/ leisure Noticing/ recognizing function/ language/ Nominalisation vs. denominalization Activating schemata Predicting organization Surveying

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‘Teacher skills’ Not ‘killing students’ interest in reading by ‘doing a text to death’ Creating interest in the text/ reading (text without comprehension questions) Comprehension of structure etc vs. content Lexical priming Deciding what to focus on

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References Alexander, O., Argent, S. & Spencer, J. (2008). EAP essentials: A teacher's guide to principles and practice. Reading: Garnet. Benesch, S. (2001). Critical English for Academic Purposes: Theory Politics, and Practice. Abingdon New York: Routledge. Coxhead, A. (2000). A new Academic Word List. TESOL Quarterly, 34 (2): 213–38. Jordan, R.R. (1997). English for Academic Purposes: A guide and resource book for teachers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Nation, I.S.P. (2009). Teaching ESL/ EFL Reading and Writing. New York. Routledge. Nuttall, C. (2005). Teaching Reading Skills in a foreign language ( 2 nd Edition). Macmillan: Oxford. Paquot, M. (2010). Academic Vocabulary in Learner Writing: From Extraction to Analysis. London & New-York: Continuum.

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