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Constructivist Blended Learning Approach: to Teaching English for Specific Purposes

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Constructivist Blended Learning Approach: to Teaching English for Specific Purposes
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open Ltd
ISBN/ASIN: 8376560026
Number of pages: 256

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This monograph describes, analyzes, and discusses an innovative constructivist blended learning approach to teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP)/professional communication to EFL students at tertiary educational institutions outside English-speaking countries.

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