Browsing by Author "Bruce, Ian"

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  • EAP

    Bruce, Ian (2017)
    EAP is a discipline that is famously needs-driven, centrally focused on meeting the needs of students seeking to study or undertake research in English-medium university contexts. However, a significant lacuna in the ...
  • The EAP teacher knowledge base: Current affordances and future challenges

    Bruce, Ian (2018)
    During the last three decades, there has been rapid growth in the numbers of English for Academic Purposes (or EAP) courses in many countries around the world. These are courses that prepare students for future English-medium ...
  • English for academic purposes: A bridge to the University

    Bruce, Ian (2017)
    Because of current worldwide demand for academic English courses that prepare students for university education, many TESOL teachers are now being asked to take on the teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP), often ...
  • English in the mainstream: Heritage language or lingua franca?

    Bruce, Ian (New Zealand Association for the Teaching of English, 2006-07)
    This article examines fundamental assumptions that relate to the nature and role of the English language in Aotearoa New Zealand, including its use in society generally and in the school curriculum specifically. As a ...
  • Evolving genres in online domains: the hybrid genre of the participatory news article

    Bruce, Ian (Springer, 2011)
    The genre modelling and research presented in this chapter originate from the sub-branch of Applied Linguistics concerned with theorising and designing courses for the teaching of academic literacy skills. Specifically, a ...