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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 9 / 2006 (504)

Academic Curricula Models of Teaching Foreign Languages and Economic Profession Standards

Violeta Negrea
Universitatea Crestina „Dimitrie Cantemir” Bucuresti

Abstract. The development of academic training in Romania is a must for our country to adapt to the European Union professional standards. The article makes reference to the late evolution of English for Special Purposes (ESP) training in several universities in the country and to the case-study of ESP learning in the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest. English for Special Purposes is an academic subject based on the long-term professional and social needs of the specialised labor force in market economy. Its authentic content and learning/teaching tasks are selected and adapted to the curriculum subjects that the students attend to make their access autonomous to original professional sources.

Keywords: ESP (English for Special Purposes): Curriculum subject used for teaching specialists to communicate in the domain of their profession; original contents: selection of texts in a professional domain used to teach ESP; communication pedagogy: pedagogical ways and methods of teaching ESP effectively; autonomous studying: ability of specialists to study professional materials in a foreign language; linguistic behaviour/competence: communication skills in a professional domain

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