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Vrednotenje učbenikov angleščine za posebne namene: Primer učbenikov za letalsko angleščino
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Abstract
V letalstvu kot mednarodni dejavnosti v okolju, ki se hitro spreminja, igra komunikacija med člani posadke, kontrolorji zračnega prometa in ostalimi letališkimi delavci ključno vlogo. Skozi zgodovino letalstva se je način komunikacije med naštetimi udeleženci spreminjal in izpopolnjeval, da bi le-ta dosegla optimalno obliko in s tem pripomogla k večji varnosti udeleženih. Pomembno je tudi izobraževanje posadk (še posebej pilotov in kontrolorjev zračnega prometa) na področju letalske angleščine (angleščina za posebne namene) in radiotelefonije (standardne frazologije), saj lahko le z njuno pravilno uporabo dosežemo dovolj veliko stopnjo varnosti na področju komunikacije. Prav zato je bilo na temo letalske angleščine in frazeologije napisanih veliko učbenikov, člankov in konferenčnih prispevkov. Magistrska naloga raziskuje področje letalske angleščine (in frazeologije) in njeno uporabo v štirih učbenikih, in sicer z analizo strukture učnih enot oz. lekcij v izbranih učbenikih, ter  po revidirani Bloomovi taksonomiji ‒ tudi kognitivno stopnjo učenja, ki je zahtevana v učbeniških nalogah. Namen naloge je potrditi ali ovreči hipotezo, da imajo izbrani učbeniki letalske angleščine podobno zgradbo učne enote oz. lekcije, in da v učbenikih prevladujejo naloge mehanske vadbe oz. takšne, ki so na nižjih kognitivnih ravneh zahtevnosti. Rezultati raziskave kažejo, da hipotezo naloge ne moremo potrditi, pa tudi ne v celoti ovreči, saj se tako enote učbenikov, kot tipi nalog, uporabljeni v izbranih učbenikih, med seboj razlikujejo.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:angleščina kot jezik stroke, učbenik, letalska angleščina, standardna frazeologija, Bloomova taksonomija, zgradba učne enote
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2020
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Language:English
Title:An Evaluation of ESP Coursebooks: The Case of Aviation English Coursebooks
Abstract:
Aviation is a rapidly changing international activity in which communication between crew members, air traffic controllers and other airport employees plays an important role. Throughout the history of aviation, the way of communicating between all those involved changed and improved in order to reach its optimal form and ensure greater security to its users. It is also important to train crews (especially pilots and air traffic controllers) in the field of Aviation English (ESP) and radiotelephony (standard phraseology), as only their correct use can help reach a sufficiently high level of safety in the field of communication. This is why Aviation English and radiotelephony phraseology are the subject of several coursebooks, articles and conference contributions. This MA thesis researches the field of Aviation English (and phraseology) and its use in four coursebooks, namely by analysing the unit structures of the chosen units of the coursebooks selected, and, according to the revised Bloom's taxonomy, also the level of cognitive learning required in the exercises the coursebooks included. The purpose of this MA thesis is to either confirm or refute the hypothesis that all of the selected Aviation English coursebooks have a similar unit structure and predominantly include exercises that are mechanical drills or those that are aimed at lower cognitive levels of difficulty. The results of the analysis show that the hypothesis cannot be confirmed, nor rejected completely, as the coursebook units and the types of exercises included differ from one of the selected coursebooks to another.

Keywords:English for Specific Purposes (ESP), coursebook, Aviation English, standard phraseology, Bloom's taxonomy, coursebook unit structure

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