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Title: THE ATTITUDCS OF STUDENTS AND OF ESP TEACHING MATERIAL IN TECHNICAL SCHOOLS IN ADDIS ABABA.
Authors: Haile, Mehari
Advisors: Dr. Tilahun Gamta
Keywords: use of ESP teaching materials
Copyright: Jun-1989
Date Added: 25-Nov-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: The main purpose of this study is to investigate the Current attitudes of students and teachers in technical schools towards the use of an ESP (English for specific purposes) teaching material, 159 students and 72 teachers from three government technical schools in Addis Ababa, were the subjects of the study. To achieve the aim intended, the researcher implemented two samples of t o.ich.i.ng mcterie.ls, GPE (General purpose English) and ESP (English for specific purposes). All subjects were exposed to both teaching materials. In the Cases of the students, the researcher taught them both teaching materials for five days each. Subsequently, to obtain dat2 for the study, observation (activities observed during the five days of teaching period) And two questioners were tallied coded and percentages were computed for each item. To compare students' and teachers' response, 5 paired questions or statements having two contracting Features were selected and cross tabulated; in addition, inter-school comparisons with regard to the distribution of ESP teaching material response were made. The analyses of the result show that, all in all, students’ and teachers’ attitude towards the use of ESP teaching material are positive
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3982
Appears in:Thesis - Teaching English as a Foreign Language

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