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EAP Listening and Speaking: From Needs Analysis to Evaluation

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Title: EAP Listening and Speaking: From Needs Analysis to Evaluation
Authors: Chan, Elisa
Ham, Koeun
Keywords: needs analysis
English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
L2 listening/speaking
curriculum development
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: This project intends to obtain information about students’ needs at an English intensive program at a university, especially a listening and speaking curriculum area. Fourteen undergraduate students who enrolled in an intermediate listening/speaking class completed survey asking about the skills they needed to fulfill their academic requirements. These include general listening skills as well as in-class discussion skills, vocabulary strategies, and note-taking skills, and these suggestions can be adopted in creating materials and developing in-class activities. This paper further provides possible activities to be incorporated to meet students’ needs.
Pages/Duration: 43 pages
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