Research on the Specialized Independent Developing Model for Non-English Major ESP Teachers
Based on analyzing the necessity of transforming from EGP teachers to ESP teachers and the social demand for talents, abilities and qualities which the qualified ESP teachers should have are summarized. Meanwhile, combining with the current situation of ESP teachers, independent developing strategies for ESP teachers are proposed, which provide rational reference for successful transformation to ESP teachers.
Key words: ESP teaching; ESP teachers; Transformation; Specialized independent development
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