Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt/M., New York, Wien, 2004. 225 pp., num. fig. and tables
Contents: Tony Dudley-Evans: Thoughts on the past and the future of EAP – Ron White: The ivory tower in the marketplace –
Jeanette Littlemore: Conceptual metaphor as a vehicle for promoting critical thinking amongst international students – Ros
Richards: Presenting critical thinking as a study strategy for UK higher education – David Catterick: Mapping and managing
cultural beliefs about language learning of Chinese EAP learners – Andy Curtis: Working with advanced Chinese students: EAP
at the doctoral level – Fiona Cotton: ‘The lecturer doesn’t want my opinion’. Mismatched expectations: pedagogical approaches
– Martha A. Jones/Roger Bird: Campus language: helping students to understand academic spoken language in the EAP classroom
– Zoe Kantaridou: Steps to autonomy: curriculum design for a long-term EAP course – John Straker: What makes a good EAP tutorial?
– Kenneth Anderson/Cathy Benson/Tony Lynch: Feedback on writing: attitudes and uptake – Johnson A. Kalu: Writing: an assessment
of students’ learning outcomes – Siân Preece: Language and identity issues with home students on EAP writing programmes
at the University of Westminster – Irene Turner/Val Godwin/Lynda Wilks: A measure of success: changes in vocabulary usage
on intensive EFL courses – Alan Tonkyn/Juliet Wilson: Revising the IELTS speaking test – Jo McDonough: Patterns of change
in EAP research methodology – Keith Morrow: Getting published in an academic journal.