Cases on Teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP) During COVID-19 : Insights From Around the World
Lucas Kohnke

The COVID-19 outbreak has changed the educational landscape as higher education institutions around the world were forced to close their physical campuses to slow or contain the spread of the virus. The rapid, unexpected, and forced transition to emergency remote teaching has been especially challenging for second- and foreign-language learners who rely on English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses to help them transition from secondary school to higher education and succeed in their academic studies. To ensure these learners are receiving the best education possible, additional study on the difficulties, opportunities, and strategies of teaching English for Academic Purposes courses is required. Cases on Teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP) During COVID-19: Insights From Around the World explores the effect of emergency remote teaching in offering quality EAP education to second- and foreign-language students and preparing them for their university studies in response to COVID-19 from a variety of contexts around the world. This book also contributes to developing effective practices for supporting and sustaining EAP teaching in an English-medium instruction environment during and after a pandemic. Covering topics such as remote teaching, writing instruction, and breakout rooms, this reference work is ideal for teachers, administrators, policymakers, scholars, practitioners, academicians, researchers, instructors, and students.

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