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Book chapter

Customizing an EFL Course to Meet the Needs of Key Stakeholders.

P. 418-428.

Academic environment constraints, i.e. limited amount of EFL hours for non-majors, call for a careful consideration of the stakeholders' needs in curriculum design in higher education context of a non-English speakign country. Tailoring an EFL course to those needs lands itself into an integrated program, comprising several study areas. This article discusses a case of syllabus design, combining a traditional EFL component, academic skills training and major-specific content (Country Studies for International Affairs majors). The author discusses the application of a solf systems methodology (SSM) in the academic environment. 

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Customizing an EFL Course to Meet the Needs of Key Stakeholders.
Н. Новгород: Нижегородский институт управления - филиал Российской академии народного хозяйства и государственной службы, 2014.