A collection of papers on the profession of teaching English for special purposes includes: "Scenes of Endless Science: ESP and Education" (A. Crocker); "Some Problems of a World-Wide Profession" (T. Johns); "The EST Teacher: A Negative View" (G. Greenall); "The Helpful EST Teacher" (W. Robinson); "A Way Forward: A Fusion of Two Cultures" (M. Jackson, J. Price); "The ESP Teacher's Role -- Implications for the 'Knower-Client' Relationship" (P. Early); "The Contribution of Discourse Analysts to ESP and of ESP Practitioners to Discourse Analysis" (P. Robinson); "Self-Directed Learning Systems and the Role of the ESP Teacher" (G. Blue); "The First Five Seconds: The ESP Teacher and 'Out-of-the-Blue' Language" (O. Farrington); "How Many People? Opposing Views on the Function and Preparation of the ESP Teacher" (F. Chambers, J. McDonough); "Leading the ESP Teacher to the Literature" (J. Swales); "The Potential Benefits to the ESP Profession from Greater Awareness of Developments and Practices in L1 Communication Skills Learning" (R. Williams); "The Uses of an Analytic Generator: The Computer as Teacher of English for Specific Purposes" (T. F. Johns); "ESP Teachers, Computers and Research" (P. Skehan); and a report of four working groups at a 1981 conference of the Special English Language Materials for Overseas University Students group. (MSE)
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British Council, London (England). English Language and Literature Div.