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SOURCE:   Philological Sciences. Issues of Theory and Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2013. № 12. Part 1. P. 165-168. ISSN 1997-2911.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Pedagogical Sciences
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LINGUISTIC ASPECTS OF COURSE DESIGNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES

Polyakov Oleg Gennadievich
Tambov State University named after G. R. Derzhavin


Abstract. The article considers factors which influence the designing of English language course for specific purposes and are related to its description. Special attention is given to explicit and implicit ideas on the language nature and its use from different linguistic schools and traditions that have pedagogical relevance.
Key words and phrases: английский язык для специальных целей, проектирование курса, описание языка, природа языка, использование языка, English language for specific purposes, course designing, language description, language nature, language use.
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