Borowska & Enright (Eds.) (2016)

Yay! There is a whole new book dedicated to Aviation English training, and it is free!

Borowska, A. & Enright, A. (Eds.) (2016). Studi@ Naukowe 29: Changing perspectives on Aviation English training. Warsow: Uniwersytet Warszawski.

The e-book collects papers presented at the ICAEA Conference in Warsaw in June 2015, which explains its European focus (except for one article by a New Zealander). Great initiative, though. Just check out the variety of topics in the table of contents!

 

Part I. Aviation English Training Theoretical Issues

Aviation English for the Next Generation – HENRY EMERY

Defining meaningful material for the teaching of English for aeronautical communications – NEIL BULLOCK

Effective Aviation English Teaching Catering to the Various Needs of AbInitio, Trainee and Operational Pilots and Controllers – COLIN DAVIS

Training Needs Beyond the ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements – PEGGY WEGLER

Do Expert Speakers Need to Practice a Language? – ANNA BOROWSKA

Defining Competency Qualification of Aviation English Instructor – OLENA PETRASHCHUK

Modern technologies in teaching specialised languages – MARCIN ŁĄCZEK, PAWEŁ SZERSZEŃ

Part II. Aviation English Training Practical Issues

ICAO Circular 323: Guidelines for Aviation English Training Programmes – TERENCE GERIGHTY

Designing an Aviation English Instructors Training Course – OLENA PETRASHCHUK

Aviation English Games – COLIN DAVIS

Specialised Language Teaching and Learning through Modern Technologies – ANNA BOROWSKA, MARCIN ŁĄCZEK, PAWEŁ SZERSZEŃ

About Natália Guerreiro

English language teacher from Brazil, working with teaching and testing air traffic controllers
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2 Responses to Borowska & Enright (Eds.) (2016)

  1. Rob says:

    A very welcome, useful and interesting publication for Aviation English Teachers. Thank you very much. Rob Walton, Aviation English Instructor, QAC, Doha, Qatar

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