English for Specific Purpose and English Teachers’ Devlopment: An Examplary Research on Binzhou University

Guixia SONG


This paper investigates into ESP (English for Specific Purposes) and the development of specified teachers and concerns about their relationship on Binzhou University. For this, we make a questionnaire and interview for specified teachers in Binzhou University. According to the results of the questionnaire and interview this paper analyzes the merits and faults on this aspect for surveyors and suggests the directions for the specified teachers of ESP. I hope this paper could enrich the concerning research for ESP and specified teacher development and provide a certain experience for the same level universities.


English for specific purposes; Development for specified teachers; English teachers

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10146


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