Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 132-302 (December 2017)

Special Issue

Current Research and Practice in Teaching Disciplinary Literacies


TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Pages

EDITORIAL: CURRENT RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
IN TEACHING DISCIPLINARY LITERACIES
Zuocheng Zhang & Eveline Chan

132-147

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ARTICLES


FROM DIAGNOSIS TOWARD ACADEMIC SUPPORT:
DEVELOPING A DISCIPLINARY, ESP-BASED WRITING TASK
AND RUBRIC TO IDENTIFY THE NEEDS OF ENTERING
UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING STUDENTS

Janna Fox & Natasha Artemeva

148-171

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FROM EFL TO EMI:
DEVELOPING WRITING SKILLS FOR THE HUMANITIES

Birna Arnbjörnsdóttir & Patricia Prinz

172-195

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GENRE-BASED STRATEGIES FOR INTEGRATING CRITICAL
AND CREATIVE THINKING IN ENGINEERING AND JOURNALISM

Ruth Breeze & Carmen Sancho Guinda

196-221

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DISCIPLINARY LITERACY IN ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN
LANGUAGE IN BIOTECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING: READING PRACTICES AND STRATEGIES IN A HIGHER EDUCATION SETTING

Milevica Bojović

222-243

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ESP IN CLIL DEGREE PROGRAMMES

Monika Woźniak

244-265

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EMI LECTURER TRAINING PROGRAMMES
AND ACADEMIC LITERACIES: A CRITICAL INSIGHT FROM ESP

Guzman Mancho-Barés & Elisabet Arnó-Macià

266-290

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BOOK REVIEWS


DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC WRITING AT UNIVERSITY,
FOR ESP AND BEYOND

John Flowerdew and Tracey Costley (Eds.)
DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC WRITING: THEORY INTO PRACTICE
Reviewed by Margaret Cargill

291-296

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CLIL: COMBINING LANGUAGE AND CONTENT

Tarja Nikula, Emma Dafouz, Pat Moore and Ute Smit (Eds.)
CONCEPTUALISING INTEGRATION IN CLIL
AND MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION
Reviewed by John Airey

297-302

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