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AVIATION ENGLISH CD2 by Henry Emery

Title AVIATION ENGLISH CD2
Author Henry Emery
Publisher Macmillan Elt
Release 2008
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 127
ISBN 9780230027572
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Aviation English has been specifically designed by the authors to teach English language communication skills to pilots and air traffic controllers, and to help them achieve and maintain Operational Level 4 (now an international requirement enforced by ICAO - International Civil Aviation Organisation).The course can be used as an inclusive self study course or as part of a class room situation. Aviation English offers about 130hrs of learning content.The Students book covers 12 ""non-routine

Title Flightpath Aviation English for Pilots and ATCOs Student s Book with Audio CDs 3 and DVD
Author Philip Shawcross
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release 2011-07-14
Category Foreign Language Study
Total Pages 192
ISBN 0521178711
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Flightpath is the definitive course for pilots and Air Traffic Controllers who need an ICAO4 level of English to work in the industry. Flightpath is the only Aviation English course to offer a thorough grounding in the full range of communication skills needed by aviation professionals to communicate in non-routine situations. With regular focus on ICAO criteria, learners are given full support in reaching industry standards, including case studies, analysis of their own communication skills, exposure to authentic in-flight communication, and communicative tasks. Flightpath is the most accurate preparation course available for any ICAO4 language test, and includes authentic industry training video. Flightpath has been reviewed and endorsed by a panel of leading aviation communication and safety professionals.

Aviation English by Henry Emery

Title Aviation English
Author Henry Emery
Publisher
Release 2008
Category
Total Pages 127
ISBN 9783190328840
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Aviation English by Michelle Haworth

Title Aviation English
Author Michelle Haworth
Publisher
Release 2012-07
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 9780997307016
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Expedite Level 4 prepares Aviation professionals to reach ICAO 4 and 5. It is intended to provide English language instruction in an aviation context.. It is heavily audio driven to more closely mimic real-life situations.

English in Global Aviation by Eric Friginal

Title English in Global Aviation
Author Eric Friginal
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2019-11-14
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1350059323
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Taking readers step-by-step through the major issues surrounding the use of English in the global aviation industry, this book provides a clear introduction to turning research into practice in the field of English for Specific Purposes (ESP), specifically Aviation English, and a valuable case study of applied linguistics in action. With both cutting-edge research and evidence-based practice, the critical role of English in aviation is explored across a variety of contexts, including the national and global policies impacting training and language assessment for pilots, air-traffic controllers, ground staff, and students. English in Global Aviation teaches readers how to apply linguistic research to real world, practical settings. The book uses a range of corpus-based findings and related research to provide an effective analysis of the language needs of the aviation industry and an extended look at linguistic principles in action. Readers are presented with case studies, transcriptions, radiotelephony, and a clear breakdown of the common vocabulary and phrasal patterns of aviation discourse. Students and teachers of both linguistics and aviation will discover the requirements and challenges of successful intercultural communication in this industry, as well as insights into how to teach, develop, and assess aviation English language courses.

Title The Handbook of English for Specific Purposes
Author Brian Paltridge
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2012-11-28
Category Foreign Language Study
Total Pages 592
ISBN 0470655321
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Featuring a collection of newly commissioned essays, edited by two leading scholars, this Handbook surveys the key research findings in the field of English for Specific Purposes (ESP). • Provides a state-of-the-art overview of the origins and evolution, current research, and future directions in ESP • Features newly-commissioned contributions from a global team of leading scholars • Explores the history of ESP and current areas of research, including speaking, reading, writing, technology, and business, legal, and medical English • Considers perspectives on ESP research such as genre, intercultural rhetoric, multimodality, English as a lingua franca and ethnography

Aviation English by Stephanie Grayston

Title Aviation English
Author Stephanie Grayston
Publisher RMIT Training
Release 2017
Category
Total Pages 34
ISBN 9781922016430
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Pilot English Language Proficiency and the Prevalence of Communication Problems at Five U S Air Route Traffic Control Centers
Author O. Veronika Prinzo
Publisher
Release 2008
Category Aeronautics
Total Pages 28
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Air traffic control (ATC) voice communication is built upon a readback-hearback loop: Controllers send messages to pilots who listen and then recite back their contents. Successful communication requires participants to conduct and understand ATC radiotelephony in the same language. Since inadequate language proficiency was involved in some aviation accidents (e.g., 1996 Charkhi Dadri; 1995 Cali; 1977 Tenerife), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is requiring its contracting states to ensure that ATC personnel and flight crews are proficient communicators of the English language when operating in airspace where the English language is required. This report presents communication problems involving readback errors, breakdowns in communication, and requests for repetition by commercial airline pilots.--P. i.

Title U S Airline Transport Pilot International Flight Language Experiences
Author O. Veronika Prinzo
Publisher
Release 2010
Category Aeronautics
Total Pages 17
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"In 1998, the International Civil Aviation Organization took a heightened interest in the role of language in airline accidents. Member states agreed to take steps to ensure air traffic control personnel and flight crews involved in flight operations in airspace where the use of the English language is required were proficient in conducting and comprehending radiotelephony communications in English. This report is a compilation of written responses and comments by U.S. pilots from American, Continental, Delta, and United Airlines of their difficulties in international operations. In this report, the pilots' responses to questions 46-53 are presented as a compiled narrative. Their responses had eight major thrusts from which we derived the following five recommendations: (1) Adopt a standard dialect for use in ATC communications. (2) All trainees and current certified professional controllers successfully complete instruction and training in the principles of voice production and articulation as it relates to ATC communication. (3) Define an optimal rate of speech for use by certified professional controllers when communicating with pilots. Research is needed to provide guidance on the optimal rate of speech for different populations of speakers - U.S., Foreign. (4) Develop new standard phraseology for non-routine events. Generally, the controller needs to have the pilot answer one question, "What do you need from me?" The controller would coordinate the appropriate actions to provide the pilot with what is needed. (5) Controllers should be discouraged from using local jargon, slang, idiomatic expressions, and other forms of conversational communications when transmitting messages to pilots. Although colorful and fun, they have no place in air traffic control and diminish situational awareness, can lead to requests for repeat, and otherwise disrupt information transfer."--Report documentation page.