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Breaking the routine: A possible new technique in ESP teaching
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College of Applied Technical Sciences, Niš

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Ključne reči: innovation; technique; ESP; in-class project presentations
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ESP practitioners need to have different skills and competencies so as to be able to show good performances in the classroom. Research skills in finding new ESP materials and methodology awareness are just some of the important requirements that are essential in the teaching practice of ESP practitioners who therefore should constantly work on expanding their knowledge in order to develop themselves professionally. Although teaching ESP is not always easy, the learning process should never be made difficult for students. On the contrary, it should be an enjoyable experience which will motivate students, arouse their critical thinking and make them reveal their creative side. That is why it is necessary to refresh the learning environment now and then in order to create more ideal working conditions both for teachers and their students. ESP practitioners need to be ready to embrace novelties in teaching methods and techniques and search for original study materials which will be inspiring for the students. This paper aims to present one such case when novelty has been introduced in the classroom of Environmental protection students at the tertiary level of education. A small scale in-class project, as it turned out, had a big impact on learning the language and proved to be beneficial for the learners, thus qualifying for one teaching experience that should be shared with other practitioners.

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jezik rada: engleski
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objavljen u SCIndeksu: 02.01.2016.

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