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Zbornik radova Filozofskog fakulteta u Prištini
2018, vol. 48, br. 3, str. 79-87
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
doi:10.5937/ZRFFP48-18666

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Neophodnost redefinisanja položaja engleskog za posebne namene u visokom obrazovanju u Srbiji
aUniversity of Niš, Faculty of electronic engineering, Department of general education
bFaculty of sport and physical education, Department of theoretical-methodological sciences

e-adresa: nadezda.stojkovic@elfak.ni.ac.rs, danicapirsl@gmail.com

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Engleski za posebne namene predaje se i uči na svim univerzitetima u Srbiji, na većini fakulteta (ne na svim), bilo kao obavezan ili ređe kao izborni predmet na osnovnim studijama, a ponekad i u okviru doktorskih studija. Predmet se najčešće zove Engleski jezik, ali sadržaj je koncipiran tako da prati oblast studija i u suštini predstavlja engleski za posebne namene. Međutim, engleski za posebne namene nigde ne postoji kao zaseban predmet na departmanima za anglistiku, što je samo po sebi paradoks. Mada su elementi engleskog za posebne namene prisutni u okviru drugih predmeta na filološkim departmanima, to svakako nije dovoljno i ostavlja buduće nastavnike bez obuke da se sami snalaze kada se zaposle na radnom mestu koje zahteva znanje jezika iz određene oblasti. Takođe, ovo nije logično za zemlju koja teži boljem ekonomskom statusu, koji podrazumeva dvosmernu komunikaciju u pogledu stručne i naučne ekspertize.

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