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Cambridge English for engineering / Mark Ibbotson.

By: Ibbotson, Mark.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Cambridge Professional English.Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2008Description: 112 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm. +.ISBN: 9780521715188 (pbk.); 0521715180 (pbk.).Subject(s): English language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers | English language -- Business English | Engineering -- TerminologyDDC classification: 428.2402462 Online resources: Table of contents only | Publisher description | WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents UNIT 1. Technology in use -- UNIT 2. Materials technology -- UNIT 3. Components and assemblies -- UNIT 4. Engineering design -- UNIT 5. Breaking point -- UNIT 6. Technical development -- UNIT 7. Procedures and precautions -- UNIT 8. Moniting and control -- UNIT 9. Theory and practice -- UNIT 10. Pushing the boundaries.
Summary: A short self-study or classroom course (40-60 hours) for engineers who need to use English in the workplace. Cambridge English for Engineering develops the communication skills and specialist English language knowledge of engineering professionals, enabling them to communicate more confidently and effectively with colleagues and customers. The ten standalone units cover topics common to all kinds of engineering - including civil, electrical and mechanical - such as procedures and precautions; monitoring and control; and engineering design. Authentic activities - from describing technical problems and suggesting solutions to working with drawings - make the course relevant and motivating. The course requires no specialist knowledge on the part of the teacher and comprehensive teacher's notes are available online. It is also ideal for self-study. Cambridge English for... is a new series of short courses for different areas of English for Specific Purposes. Written for professionals by professionals they combine the best in ELT methodology with real professional practice. Other titles in the series include Job-hunting, the Media and Nursing.
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Table of contents UNIT 1. Technology in use --
UNIT 2. Materials technology --
UNIT 3. Components and assemblies --
UNIT 4. Engineering design --
UNIT 5. Breaking point --
UNIT 6. Technical development --
UNIT 7. Procedures and precautions --
UNIT 8. Moniting and control --
UNIT 9. Theory and practice --
UNIT 10. Pushing the boundaries.


A short self-study or classroom course (40-60 hours) for engineers who need to use English in the workplace. Cambridge English for Engineering develops the communication skills and specialist English language knowledge of engineering professionals, enabling them to communicate more confidently and effectively with colleagues and customers. The ten standalone units cover topics common to all kinds of engineering - including civil, electrical and mechanical - such as procedures and precautions; monitoring and control; and engineering design. Authentic activities - from describing technical problems and suggesting solutions to working with drawings - make the course relevant and motivating. The course requires no specialist knowledge on the part of the teacher and comprehensive teacher's notes are available online. It is also ideal for self-study. Cambridge English for... is a new series of short courses for different areas of English for Specific Purposes. Written for professionals by professionals they combine the best in ELT methodology with real professional practice. Other titles in the series include Job-hunting, the Media and Nursing.

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