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Originally published in 1987, this book aimed to address teachers’ needs according to context.

This book, from 1986, provides a snapshot of developments in ESP teaching at university level during the 1970s and early 1980s.

This is, of course, as much a key topic in the UK as it was in 1985 when this book was originally published.

Very different to the other ELT documents, this volume focuses on the work of a single institution: the Modern Language Centre at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE).

This document, from 1983, offers a selection of project case studies and commentaries from various African contexts.

 

This is a delightful read, which attempts to provide an introduction to latest thinking in 1982 on a wide range of humanistic topics.

Published in 1981, this slim volume is concerned with helping teachers to develop the commitment to and capacity for professional development.

Dating from 1980, this book was written in response to a major study by the International Evaluation Association of achievement by education syllabuses worldwide in six key school subjects, including English.

This volume dates from 1979 and is a gem for anyone interested in the early days of university level ELT qualifications, especially in the UK.

 

This publication, from 1978, provides a useful introduction to pioneer approaches to self-directed learning and individualisation in ELT at the time.

This concise volume from 1978 is pre-‘World Englishes’ and before the acceptance of Kachru’s model of the inner, outer and expanding circles of English language use.

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