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Research Paper | Language Research | Bangladesh | Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019
ESP to Achieve Engineers Desired Skills: A Bangladeshi Classroom Perspective
Abstract: This study tries to show that at the middle of a language course when the students do not respond to the activities practiced in the classroom and tries to become a passive learner, then activities using digital tools ensure students active participation and consequently can become a way of removing their reticence. Many activities ensure students active participation but the author choose only one digital activity based on the students needs to practice in the classroom. This exercise with the practice of students autonomy to some extent to achieve English language for a specific purpose can really be fruitful for tertiary level students. It brought change in the percentage rate of Bangladeshi tertiary level students who had many issues regarding their previous education system. Course moderation at the middle of course duration and inclusion of a particular digital activity sometimes can be beneficial for classroom of reticent engineering students.
Keywords: Tertiary level students, ESP, Learner Autonomy, Active Participation, needsanalysis, English for Specific Purpose
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019,
Pages: 1290 - 1298