Teaching legal english as a second language
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BUTUCEL, Lia. Teaching legal english as a second language. In: Noi tendinţe în predarea limbajelor de specialitate în contextul racordării învăţământului superior la cerinţele pieţii muncii. 12 martie 2016, Chişinău. Chişinău: Tipografia Print-Caro, 2016, pp. 35-39. ISBN 978-9975-71-790-8.
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Chişinău, Moldova, 12 martie 2016

Teaching legal english as a second language

CZU: 37.02:811.111:34

Pag. 35-39

Butucel Lia
 
State University of Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 6 septembrie 2021


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In the last two decades, legal English has attracted increasing interest and awareness, especially because English is predominantly the language of international legal practice. Legal English must be seen in the overall context of English for Specific Purposes, as it shares the important elements of need analysis, syllabus design, course design, and materials selection and development which are common to all fields of work in ESP. As with other varieties of ESP, Legal English implies the definition of a specific language corpus, usages of various teaching strategies and emphasis on particular kinds of communication in a specific context. The article aims to highlight some aspects of teaching legal English by a non-native teacher who is not an expert in law. It particularly focuses attention on the development of basic communication skills and the use of lexical approaches in successful language acquisition in legal English.

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language acquisition, context, teaching strategies, specific communication