The Integration and Cohesion of EGP and ESP

Jing LI


In recent years, more and more teachers recognized that the purpose of English teachers is to cultivate students' language ability of practical application in the workplace, and to adapt to the requirements of special purpose in occupation. In this context, focusing on the integration and cohesion of general English teaching (English for General Purpose) and ESP (taught English for Specific Purposes) is very important. This paper outlines the development of EGP and ESP, under the guidance of the necessity of the integration and cohesion of EGP and ESP teaching then elaborated and actively explores effective ways of both integration and cohesion


ESP; EGP; integration; cohesion

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