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Der Mensch und seine Sprachen

Festschrift für Professor Franciszek Grucza- Unter Mitarbeit von Ewa Bartoszewicz, Monika Płużyczka und Justyna Zając

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Edited By Magdalena Olpinska-Szkielko, Sambor Grucza, Zofia Berdychowska and Jerzy Zmudzki

Diese Festschrift ist Ausdruck der Anerkennung für das monumentale Werk und die allseitige Leistung von Professor Dr. Franciszek Grucza. Der hervorragende Wissenschaftler, Linguist von Weltformat, Lehrmeister für Generationen von polnischen Germanisten und Linguisten, unvergleichlicher Organisator und Integrator der polnischen Germanistik, Begründer der Angewandten Linguistik und Translatorik in Polen, spiritus movens von zahlreichen wissenschaftlichen Initiativen, Mittler zwischen Deutschland und Polen und einer der größten Germanisten Polens, erfreut sich in diesem Jahr seines 75. Geburtstages. Dieser Anlass vereinigte viele namhafte Wissenschaftler aus der ganzen Welt und aus unterschiedlichen Forschungsrichtungen, um Professor Grucza mit ihren Beiträgen zu ehren.

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Towards Better Instruction in Englishfor Specific Purposes (ESP) at III Degree Studies. Beata Pichla-Grucza

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464 Grzegorz Paw�owski Schefer, Jean-Louis (1969): Scenographie d'un tableau. Paris. Siemi�ska, Ewa (1970): Connotation and Denotation in a Work of Film Art. In: Greimas, A. J./ Jakobson, R./ Mayenowa, M. R. et. al. (Hg.): Sign, Language, Culture. The Hague. Walther, Elisabeth (1974): Allgemeine Zeichenlehre. Einführung in die Grundlagen der Semiotik. Stuttgart. Towards Better Instruction in English for Specific Purposes (ESP) at III Degree Studies Beata Pichla-Grucza (Warszawa) 1. This article deals with some practical issues of teaching English for Specific Pur- poses (ESP) as a second language at III Degree Studies, as exemplified by PhD programmes offered by the Polish Academy of Science and Arts (PASA), or – to be more specific – run by (most of) its over seventy research institutes. These issues are discussed in a broad context of relevant legal arrangements and using selected theoretical linguistic and glottodidactic approaches conducive to a better under- standing of the nature of the teaching process. Under the Academic Degrees and Academic Title Act, 2003 (as upheld by the 2011 amendment of the Act), to obtain the academic degree of doctor (PhD) the participant of the doctoral programme (= PhD student) must (1) pass three doctoral examinations: his/her major, in an additional discipline, and in a foreign modern language, (2) submit and successfully defend a doctoral thesis (see Article 12). Un- der the Law on Higher Education Act, 2005 (amended in 2011), other relevant rules (see Article 201) are provided in the ordinance(s) of the Minister for Science and Higher...

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