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dc.contributor.authorDavis, Randy
dc.descriptionThis article is a case study that analyses the problems that many ESL and EFL students face when they transfer from ESL/EFL classes to academic classes in university level. It presents a revision of some of the present and past advanced English programs, followed by an Advanced English Program Model at the University of Specialties Holy Spirit in Guayaquil, Ecuador. We will make a thorough analysis of the three kinds of advanced English, which include: Accuracy and Fluency, English Structure (Grammar), Principles of Writing. Plus there will be a discussion on why and how a program of advanced English has to be developed. In conclusion, we will find the successful principles of an advanced English program not only for the students, but also for the institution.en-US
dc.descriptionEste artículo es un caso de estudio que analiza los problemas que enfrentan los alumnos de ESL y de EFL al pasar de clases ESL/EFL a clases académicas de nivel universitario. Presenta una revisión de algunos de los Programas presentes y pasados de los Programas de Inglés Avanzado, seguido de un modelo de Programa de Inglés Avanzado en la Universidad de Especialidades Espíritu Santo en Guayaquil, Ecuador. Se verá un análisis profundo de las tres clases de Inglés Avanzado que incluyen: Accuracy and Fluency (Fluidez en Conversación), English Structure (Gramática), y Principles of Writing (Principios de Escritura). Además habrá una discusión del por qué y cómo se debe desarrollar un Programa de Inglés Avanzado en una institución. En conclusión, encontraremos los beneficios exitosos de un Programa de Inglés Avanzado no solo para los estudiantes, sino también para la instituciónes-ES
dc.publisherUniversidad Libre Sede Cartagenaes-ES
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dc.sourceSaber, Ciencia y Libertad; Vol 10 No 1 (2015): know, Science and Freedom Journal; 181-188en-US
dc.sourceSaber, Ciencia y Libertad; Vol. 10 Núm. 1 (2015): Revista Saber,Ciencia y Libertad; 181-188es-ES
dc.titleBridge Programs: A Link between ESL and Content based courses. A Case Studyen-US
dc.titleBridge Programs: A Link between ESL and Content based courses. A Case Studyes-ES
dc.rights.licenseAtribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 2.5 Colombia*
dc.relation.ispartofjournalRevistas - Ciencias Sociales y Humanasspa
dc.subject.proposalESL(Inglés como segunda lengua)es-ES

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