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Construction and application of the training and teaching mode of medical bilingual document design from the perspective of ESP

Ruan Junbin (阮俊斌) Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences

 

About 90 students who participated in the medical document design project were grouped by major to conduct experiments, and a case was introduced to show the students’ training results. The students’ mastery of term management ability, layout design knowledge, relevant medical knowledge, and the enterprise’s recognition of document projects were evaluated. From the perspective of teaching experiment results, students’ evaluation indexes improved on the original foundation. For one thing, the training platform combines the needs of training medical students with the principles of accurate translation, information application, and appellative function. For another, digital terminology management methods are advantageous for cultivating students’ text re-creation ability. Not only do these factors stimulate students’ desire for professional knowledge, but they also improve their awareness of their own medical majors.

 

Ruan Junbin works at Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences. He is head of the ESP Collaborative Group, and vice secretary of the Shanghai Science & Technology Translation Society. He has won the title of Excellent Teacher of the Ministry of Foreign Language Teaching on many occasions and won the Shanghai Yucai Award in 2019.


A development of MALL materials to support English oral communicative learning of Thai airport immigration police officers

Zhang Yujiao (张玉娇), Changsha WES Academy, Hunan

 

Mobile-assisted language learning (MALL) creates more opportunities for learners to access learning resources more quickly and directly without time and location limitations. This study aimed at developing MALL materials to support the English oral learning of Thai airport immigration officers based on needs analysis and exploring the quality of MALL materials to support English verbal communicative learning.

The instruments of this study were the semi-structured interviews with the officers in order to analyze their needs, the IOC (Item-Objective Congruence) form for experts to validate the materials developed, and a questionnaire to assess the officers’ opinions after using the materials. The ADDIE model was applied to guide the overall process of developing the materials. The findings indicated that the self-instructional MALL materials laded around WeChat were in accordance with the airport immigration officers’ needs. Moreover, the evaluation based on the officers’ opinions revealed that the MALL materials contained high-quality content, rational organization, pleasant presentation, and convenient platform functions.

The use of reporting verbs within EAP research article introductions

Jiang Jiani (蒋佳妮), Communication University of China, Beijing

 

In research articles, a large body of research surrounds citation practices. One device frequently employed in citation practices is reporting verbs (RVs). Reporting verb refers to a verb that signals the attribution of information to an external source. Novice writers have been found to experience difficulties in using RVs appropriately. Therefore, to familiarize novice writers with how to use RVs in academic writing is of great significance. This study examines the use of RVs in EAP research articles (specifically the introduction chapters) to demystify the characteristics of RV usage in academic discourse, in the hope that it would offer writers some practical guidance concerning the choice of RVs in academic writing.


The development of a U-Learning model of academic English for Chinese SEMs

Liu Qin (刘芹), University of Shanghai for Science and Technology

Bi Zhiwei (毕志伟), University of Shanghai for Science and Technology

Zhang Le (张乐), University of Shanghai for Science and Technology

Chen Zheng (陈征), University of Shanghai for Science and Technology

 

Ubiquitous learning (shortened as U-learning) regards learners as the center of the teaching-learning process. Though U-learning models have been set up at home and abroad, their ability to meet the requirements of teachers and learners and their effectiveness during implementation are yet to be fully explored. This current research project focuses on Chinese university students of science and engineering majors (SEMs). It first conducted questionnaire surveys among 6825 students and 719 teachers in 30 sci-tech universities across China and gathered their opinions on academic English and the U-learning model of EAP learning and teaching. This data was analyzed through descriptive statistics and Mann-Whitney U analysis, and the results showed that teachers and students shared opinions on most items, with only slight differences in certain aspects. This initial investigation helped the design and implementation of the U-learning model in the present study. 

 

Liu Qin Ph.D. is a professor, dean, and master's supervisor at the College of Foreign Languages attached to the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. Her main research areas are language assessment, corpus linguistics, and TESOL. She recently completed a series of research by integrating the above areas to enhance students' learning autonomy. 

 

Bi Zhiwei Ph.D. is an associate professor and master's supervisor at the College of Foreign Languages attached to the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. His research interests focus on grammar and pragmatics assessment, self-regulated learning, and L2 learners' strategic processing in language use and test-taking. 

 

Zhang Le Ph.D. is an associate professor and master's supervisor at the College of Foreign Languages attached to the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. His primary research fields are corpus linguistics, phraseology, academic discourse, and foreign language teaching. 

 

Chen Zheng Ph.D. is an associate professor and master's supervisor at the College of Foreign Languages attached to the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. Chen specializes in pragmatics, discourse study, and English education; currently, she researches academic English teaching and learning.

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