DEVELOPING ENGLISH FOR GENERAL ACADEMIC PURPOSES (EGAP) COURSE IN AN INDONESIAN UNIVERSITY
AbstractThis paper discusses the methodology and findings of a needs analysis survey which was carried out in 2005 by English Language Teaching Center (ELTC) of a private university in East Java, Indonesia. Based on the survey of 1,450 students' and 34 teachers' language needs, some implications related to course type, teaching methodology and course materials were made.
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