• Engineering
  • Published 2005

Developing the English oral competency of tourism industry students by means of a genre-based ESP approach

@inproceedings{Kunyot2005DevelopingTE,
  title={Developing the English oral competency of tourism industry students by means of a genre-based ESP approach},
  author={Taweesak Kunyot},
  year={2005}
}
The purpose of this study is to establish a theory-based process for the improvement of the English oral competency of Thai tourism industry students and determine how far practical needs superseded theoretical demands. It was done firstly, by examining an{: blending genre and ESP theories in order to establish a genre-based ESP oral English teaching method, and secondly, identifying the specific features of the most common genres in the target language used by Thai tourist guides by means of… CONTINUE READING

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