English for Engineers and Technologists: A Skills Approach
Orient Blackswan, Nov 1, 2003 - 178 pages
English for Engineers & Technologists is in two volumes and has been written by teachers. It has been produced by the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Anna University and is a British Council-aided project. The writing of the book was supervised by three specialists from the Ealing College of Higher Education, London. The contents of the books are based on eight real-life topics which are interesting and relevant to engineering/technical students. Each unit is in turn divided into three sub-topics (eg. the Resources unit has water , gold and human resources ). The exercises in each of the lesson units are aimed at developing in the students, skills in listening, discussion, reading, writing and presentation.
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