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Original article | International Journal of Research in Teacher Education 2019, Vol. 10(2) 28-33

English for Academic Purposes: Perspectives and Pedagogical Implications at College level

Navodita Bhatt

pp. 28 - 33   |  Manu. Number: MANU-1903-22-0003

Published online: June 26, 2019  |   Number of Views: 14  |  Number of Download: 66


Abstract

The current paper discusses about one of the significant aspects of higher education today that is academic language. The paper briefly drafts the conceptual framework and anatomical aspects of academic English language. In addition to this, the paper throws light on the features of academic language and the issues of teaching academic language in higher education context. The paper is theoretical in nature.  On the other hand, it introduces some of the issues of teaching Academic English language followed by some practical implications of teaching. After addressing the teaching-learning issues, the paper concisely highlights on the possible strategies of teaching academic language and designing teaching-learning materials for students through which the current academic language standards can be developed. The strategies suggested in the paper involve use of textual, technical as well as practical aids of instructions to arise the interest and balance of pedagogical methods.

Keywords: anatomical aspects, language standards, pedagogical


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Bhatt, N. (2019). English for Academic Purposes: Perspectives and Pedagogical Implications at College level . International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 10(2), 28-33.

Harvard
Bhatt, N. (2019). English for Academic Purposes: Perspectives and Pedagogical Implications at College level . International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 10(2), pp. 28-33.

Chicago 16th edition
Bhatt, Navodita (2019). "English for Academic Purposes: Perspectives and Pedagogical Implications at College level ". International Journal of Research in Teacher Education 10 (2):28-33.

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