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2008 | 1 | 1 | 54-62
Article title

Creative E-Course Model in English for Engineering Students

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Introduction A topical task is to research the methodology of designing an online course in English for Specific Purposes (ESP) to foster students' communicative and creative thinking skills in their integrity.Aim of the Study To design a creative online course model in ESP for engineering students.Materials and Methods Ministry of Education and Science of Latvia, and Riga Technical University project "Development of Online Course Design and Delivery Approach in Creative Learning of ESP".Results The set of criteria developed in designing a creative online ESP course may be also applied in other languages, and includes specific course content, creative process support and corresponding course administration.Conclusions The suggested model is integrated and complex, and enables development of students' professional, communicative and thinking skills.
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1
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54-62
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2008-03-01
online
2011-10-19
Contributors
  • Riga Technical University, Latvia
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