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소방방재 영어 교육에 관한 기초 요구조사

Title
소방방재 영어 교육에 관한 기초 요구조사
Other Titles
An exploratory needs analysis of English for fire and emergency management
Author
윤성원
Keywords
특수목적영어; 소방방재영어; 요구분석; ESP; English for fire and emergency management; needs analysis
Issue Date
2015-08
Publisher
현대영어교육학회
Citation
현대영어교육, v. 16, NO 3, Page. 163-183
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to explore English communicative needs for Korean fire and emergency officials of National Emergency Management Agency. In particular, this study focuses on their English communicative events, situations, and tasks in their work and study settings related to the officials who participated in a master’s course called FEMP (Fire and Emergency Management Program) taught by American professors. A total of 45 students participated in the study. The data sources included preliminary interviews with three former students and a survey questionnaire with open-ended questions. The responses were categorized, coded, and analyzed qualitatively and the frequencies were also calculated. The findings indicate that most frequent English needs include 1) occupational English needs for 119 call responses, rescue and paramedic services, and international administrative tasks 2) academic English needs for the participants to complete academic tasks, using complex logical and critical thinking skills and expressive language abilities in integrated all four skill areas, in particular, focused on productive skills of speaking and writing as well as spoken English skills of listening and speaking, and 3) their demands for developing and implementing specific English training courses for fire and emergency operators.
URI
http://scholar.dkyobobook.co.kr/searchDetail.laf?barcode=4010024684579#http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/26741
ISSN
1598-0782
DOI
10.18095/meeso.2015.16.3.08
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CENTER FOR CREATIVE CONVERGENCE EDUCATION[S](창의융합교육원) > ETC
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