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Routledge Introductions to English for Specific Purposes
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Section One - Getting ready to do an ESP Needs Analysis 1. Defining needs analysis in English for specific purposes (ESP) 2. Focusing the ESP needs analysis 3. Selecting and sequencing ESP needs analysis data collection procedures Section Two - Doing the ESP Needs Analysis 4. Collecting ESP needs analysis data 5. Analyzing and Interpreting ESP needs analysis data Section Three - Using the Needs Analysis results 6. Using the NA results in the rest of the ESP curriculum 7. Reporting on the ESP needs analysis project
James Dean Brown is Professor in the Department of Second Language Studies at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. He has spoken and taught courses in places ranging from Brazil to Yugoslavia, and has published numerous articles and books on language testing, curriculum design, program evaluation, and research methods.