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TARGET SKILLS: note-taking 9. SB/TB/WB/cassette/ audiocassette video/CD/free tests: 6. CD. intermediate. 1 1. upper. 4. 1987 3.g. software. External criteria: Description. TITLE STUDIES 2. (lower) intermediate intermediate. TARGET TEACHERS: Non-native & native PURPOSE/RATIONALE cadets / qualified personnel at 10. video. AUTHOR(S): T. …) out-dated 68 . LENGTH (units x hours): 14units / 8-10 hours each 7. lower-intermediate. (designed for the students of/ trainees in …) nautical and naval establishments AVAILABILITY 11. (clear. Textbook/coursebook: ESP series supporting/back-up material) COMPONENTS: SB=TB 5. readily available) LEVEL + USER DEFINITION (beginners. Reading/Writing/Comm. attractive print. advanced) LAYOUT/GRAPHICS Clear. TARGET LEARNERS: Non-native speakers. well modelled. Comment 1. Blakey ENGLISH FOR MARITIME 1. pp. 44 & + # * Evaluation of Maritime English Materials Material No. Scalar Rating. 289 TYPE (textbook. ISBN: (total pages: ) 0-13-281379-3. Out of print (e. 8.N. some a little 13. PUBLISHER: YEAR: Prentice-Hall. skills. 12. CHECKLIST – EXTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Yes/No.

referencing to textual sources regulations. (e. conventions.6) / technology) 69 .upgrading needed (content-wise OVERALL VALUE FOR MONEY and modern learning methodology (rating: 1 . and content-based learning exercises. subject textbooks. yes/no) REFERENCE TO OTHER MATERIALS Acknowledgements. …) ASSESSMENT OF THE MATERIAL 5 (rating: 1 . key to exercises video. (vocabulary. lack of 18. reading text.6) 6 . tables. 3 national/cultural/lingual crews/students. …) PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 15. (maritime reference books. parts. etc. additional reading.g. space to write notes. (arrangement of sections. Tapescripts. ACCESSIBILITY / ORGANISATION Arranged for competence-based 14. fill out exercises) 5 (1-6) SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS 16.) CULTURAL BIAS (1-6) (meeting the requirements of multi- 17.

task-based. YES AND TOPICS AUTHENTICITY 26. COVERAGE OF SUBJECT CONTENTS 27. modified texts) Basic STCW 95. 6 (to provide for different learner levels. engineering. negation) 70 . spoken communication. communication. probability. Comment 19. Authentic + modified (plenty of authentic language. 0 . styles) (1 – 6) DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE: (1 – 6) 30 fluency in communicative functions: requests. genre-oriented. GUIDANCE TO LEARNER (in introduction.layout 24. compulsion. GME. maritime authorities. needs supplementing (IN THE CURRICULUM) and upgrading 28. PURPOSE / OBJECTIVES – explained in introduction YES APPROACH YES . YES (content clearly organized into units) SEQUENCED GRADING OF CONTENT THEMES 25. asking 4 questions. oriented. …) CONTENT PRESENTATION 23. competence. etc. 2. (Comprehensive/General Maritime English. register. obligation. CHECKLIST – INTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Yes/No.). (content-based. denial. Scalar Internal Criteria Rating. 21.STCW 78/95 20. Description. (acceptable to course curriculum. units) 6 INTERESTING & VARIED TOPICS & TASKS 29.ISM maritime industry) Comprehensive. All four based. skill-based. prohibition. …) Spoken VHF communication (insufficient) THE NATURE OF LEARNING 22. permission. possibility. YES (systematic coverage of syllabus) ORGANISATION . different registers TYPE OF MARITIME ENGLISH (nautical.

32. EGP lexical items in specialized use GRAMMAR (explanation and practice): (1 – 6) modals. PRONUNCIATION listening skills - cassette 5 (Listening. CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS for exercises (1 – 6) 6 40. AVAILABLE (audio cassette. reading. not to heavy preparation load) ASESSMENT (1 . WRITING) (1 – 6) writing) VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (1 – 6) (explanation and practice): 34. 33. cohesion) level) EXERCISES (1 – 6) 37. CD. THE FOUR SKILLS (LISTENING. video. syntax of complex sentences) DISCOURSE ELEMENTS – TEXTUALITY (1 – 6) 2 (not required for the 36. final test) ASSESSMENT (rating: 1 . SEQUENCED GRADING OF EXERCISES (1 – 6) 4 39. nominalizations. software . 5 STRATEGIES – INDEPENDENT LEARNING (1-6) GUIDANCE TO TEACHER 43. guided SPEAKING. tenses. etc. insufficient (totally. passive.6) 5 OVERALL VALUE FOR MONEY (rating: 1 -6) 5-6 71 .6) 44 2 (in exercises. note-taking. READING. coherence. 5 (relevant. multi-word lexical units. 5 prepositional/adverbial phrases. 35. practicing) 38. to-the-point. SMCP-BASED TEXT & EXERCISES 31. revision/review.) STUDENTS CAN DEVELOP OWN LEARNING 42. multi-media. KEY TO EXERCISES YES SUPPLEMENTARY (VISUAL/AUDIO) MATERIALS 41. (discourse markers. 6 (adequate. 6 terminology. partly. Partly. none) Lack of exercises.

Comment F. SB/TB/WB/cassette/ cassette video/CD/free tests: 7. upper. (clear. Oxford. Weeks. …) 72 . not user-friendly 14. CD. Strevens SEASPEAK TRAINING 2. …) in places ACCESSIBILITY / ORGANISATION Good arrangement of sessions. (arrangement of sections. ISBN: (total pages: ) 0 08 031555 0. Glover. software. External criteria: Description. Essential English for International Maritime Use 3. Readily available (e. PUBLISHER: YEAR: Pergamon Press. 1. TARGET TEACHERS: Non-native + native PURPOSE/RATIONALE Trained seafarers 11. 13. too elaborate in places exercises. lower-intermediate. TARGET SKILLS: Speaking/listening 10. TITLE MANUAL. LENGTH (units x hours): 6 sections / one term (45 hrs) Non-native + native English 8. Evaluation of Maritime English Materials 1. AUTHOR(S): P. video. Intermediate + upper-intermediate intermediate.g. supporting/back-up material) Training manual COMPONENTS: SB=TB 6. CHECKLIST – EXTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Rating scale: 1 to 6 (where applicable) Yes/No. (designed for the students of/ trainees in …) Students engaged in training AVAILABILITY 12. 197 TYPE (textbook. E. intermediate. 15. reading text. 9. Scalar Rating. 1988 4. Johnson. parts. attractive print. advanced) LAYOUT/GRAPHICS Too elaborate. 5. A. TARGET LEARNERS: speakers Communicative skills. readily available) LEVEL + USER DEFINITION (beginners.

…) SMCP 1978/85 OVERALL VALUE FOR MONEY 4-5 (rating: 1 . fill out exercises) 2 (1-6) SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS 17. SEASPEAK Reference Manual. additional reading.g. (vocabulary. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 16. tables. (maritime reference books. subject textbooks. (e. cassette video. space to write notes.) CULTURAL BIAS (1-6) (meeting the requirements of multi- 18. etc. conventions. regulations.6) 73 . yes/no) REFERENCE TO OTHER MATERIALS SEASPEAK Project 19. 6 national/cultural/lingual crews/students.

negation) 74 .layout 25. asking 5 questions. 3 (to provide for different learner levels. authentic (plenty of authentic language. 2. (Comprehensive/General Maritime English. 3 (content clearly organized into units) SEQUENCED GRADING OF CONTENT THEMES 26. YES (systematic coverage of syllabus) ORGANISATION . obligation. task-based. 5 CURRICULUM) 29. …) CONTENT PRESENTATION 24. conversations COVERAGE OF SUBJECT CONTENTS (IN THE 28. Scalar Rating. YES –SMCP 2001 maritime industry) (partly) TYPE OF MARITIME ENGLISH Genre: Spoken 22. Internal Criteria Description. Competence-based based. maritime authorities. PURPOSE / OBJECTIVES – explained in introduction YES YES – STCW 1978/ APPROACH partly 1995 21. …) THE NATURE OF LEARNING 23. units) 3 INTERESTING & VARIED TOPICS & TASKS 30. skill-based. modified texts) Modified VHF phrases Modified maritime VHF exchanges. competence. prohibition. probability. genre-oriented. fluency in communicative functions: requests. permission. (acceptable to course curriculum. Comment 20. 6 AND TOPICS Standardised maritime VHF phrases – therefore reasonably not always AUTHENTICITY 27. styles) (1 – 6) DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE: (1 – 6) 31. denial. compulsion. possibility. register- communication oriented. CHECKLIST – INTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Yes/No. spoken communication. (content-based. GUIDANCE TO LEARNER (in introduction.

READING. 36. PRONUNCIATION skills THE FOUR SKILLS (LISTENING. NA STRATEGIES – INDEPENDENT LEARNING (1-6) GUIDANCE TO TEACHER 44. multi-word lexical units. partly. practicing) 39. EGP lexical Glossary items in specialized use GRAMMAR (explanation and practice): (1 – 6) Use of modals in modals. 6 (totally.) STUDENTS CAN DEVELOP OWN LEARNING 43. SEQUENCED GRADING OF EXERCISES (1 – 6) 6 40. CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS for exercises (1 – 6) 4 41. video. WRITING) (1 – 6) VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (1 – 6) (explanation and practice): 4 35. SMCP-BASED TEXT & EXERCISES 32. MATERIALS AVAILABLE Glossary (audio cassette. passive. cohesion) EXERCISES (1 – 6) 38. terminology. 6 (relevant. speaking SPEAKING. syntax of complex Otherwise NA sentences) DISCOURSE ELEMENTS – TEXTUALITY (1 – 6) 37. revision/review. KEY TO EXERCISES YES SUPPLEMENTARY (VISUAL/AUDIO) Cassette 42.6) 4-5 75 . multi-media. to-the-point.6) 5 45. (in exercises. software . not to heavy preparation load) ASESSMENT (1 . etc. coherence. NA (discourse markers. 3 (adequate. SMNV/SEASPEAK. tenses. nominalizations. 34. prepositional/adverbial phrases. final test) ASSESSMENT (rating: 1 . CD. Listening. none) Via Listening & speaking 33.

(designed for the students of/ trainees OOW (Marine Engineering) in …) AVAILABILITY 12. 3. Pritchard ENGLISH TEXTBOOK FOR MARINE 2. less attractive due to low quality 14. Readily available (e. video. 243 TYPE (textbook. HND Course in 8. 5. TARGET SKILLS: technical texts 10. (clear. 13. ISBN: (total pages: ) No. advanced) LAYOUT/GRAPHICS Clear. CHECKLIST – EXTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Rating scale: 1 to 6 (where applicable) Yes/No.g. TARGET TEACHERS: Non-native PURPOSE/RATIONALE Engineering cadets. Intermediate & upper intermediate intermediate. Evaluation of Maritime English Materials 1. STCW 95 trainees - 11. TARGET LEARNERS: Marine Engineering Reading/writing. External criteria: Comment 1. Description. comm. PUBLISHER: YEAR: 1999* 4. Spin i & B. SB/TB/WB/cassette/ Key to exercises video/CD/free tests: 7. software. supporting/back-up textbook material) COMPONENTS: SB=TB 6. readily available) LEVEL + USER DEFINITION (beginners. TITLE ENGINEERS 2 Rijeka College of Maritime Studies. CD. AUTHOR(S): A. Scalar Rating. LENGTH (units x hours): 20 units/lessons x 3 hours 2nd year students. skills in 9. upper-intermediate. lower-intermediate. attractive print. …) print paper 76 .

yes/no) REFERENCE TO OTHER MATERIALS 19. (vocabulary. exercises (vocabulary) + grammar + reading text.6) 77 .) + Q&A + 15. (arrangement of sections.6) OVERALL VALUE FOR MONEY (rating: 1 . fill out 4 exercises) (1-6) SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS 17. …) ASSESSMENT OF THE 20. MATERIAL (rating: 1 . (maritime reference books. …) translation PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 16. exercises. etc. parts. ORGANISATION illustrations.) CULTURAL BIAS (1-6) (meeting the requirements of multi- 18. NA national/cultural/lingual crews/students. diagrams. References in acknowledgements conventions. tables. video. regulations. etc.g. subject textbooks. (e. additional vocabulary reading. ACCESSIBILITY / Reading text + figures (drawings. space to write notes.

prohibition. Comment PURPOSE / OBJECTIVES – explained in 21 YES introduction YES. …) Complying with curriculum CONTENT PRESENTATION for 2nd year students of 25 (systematic coverage of syllabus) marine engineering (HND & BSc) ORGANISATION . permission. spoken engineering communication.layout 26 YES (content clearly organized into units) SEQUENCED GRADING OF CONTENT 27 YES THEMES AND TOPICS AUTHENTICITY All texts are authentic. 32 5 asking questions. probability. obligation. modified texts) modification COVERAGE OF SUBJECT CONTENTS YES. …) THE NATURE OF LEARNING Task-based. possibility. follows curriculum 29 (IN THE CURRICULUM) (marine engineering) GUIDANCE TO LEARNER 30 5 (in introduction. genre-oriented. denial. task-based.marine 23 register-oriented. units) INTERESTING & VARIED TOPICS & TASKS 31 (to provide for different learner levels. compulsion. no 28 (plenty of authentic language. competence-based competence-based. Internal Criteria Description. content-based. 24 (content-based. Register: technical . CHECKLIST – INTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Yes/No. negation) 78 . maritime industry) STCW requirements (OOW + Chief Engineer) TYPE OF MARITIME ENGLISH (Comprehensive/General Maritime English. maritime Engineering) authorities. Scalar Rating. skill-based. 2. Course of studies (HND APPROACH & BSc in Marine 22 (acceptable to course curriculum. styles) 6 (1 – 6) DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE: (1 – 6) fluency in communicative functions: requests.

6) 3 46 (in exercises. practicing) SEQUENCED GRADING OF EXERCISES 40 5 (1 – 6) 41 CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS for exercises (1 – 6) 5 42 KEY TO EXERCISES Separate booklet SUPPLEMENTARY (VISUAL/AUDIO) MATERIALS AVAILABLE 43 (audio cassette. multi-word lexical units. video. READING. revision/review. 33 (totally. nominalizations. multi-media. exercises for practicing 37 prepositional/adverbial phrases. 6 (to be combined with SMCP-BASED TEXT & EXERCISES another textbook. passive.6) 79 . 35 4 SPEAKING. syntax of complex structures of the technical text sentences) and genres in marine engineering DISCOURSE ELEMENTS – TEXTUALITY 38 (1 – 6) 5 (discourse markers. to-the-point. by A. final test) ASSESSMENT (rating: 1 . coherence.) STUDENTS CAN DEVELOP OWN LEARNING 44 STRATEGIES – INDEPENDENT LEARNING 4 (1-6) GUIDANCE TO TEACHER 45 5 (adequate. CD. WRITING) (1 – 6) VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (1 – 6) (explanation and practice): 36 6 terminology. cohesion) EXERCISES (1 – 6) 39 6 (relevant. tenses. none) Spin i : English for Marine Engineers 34 PRONUNCIATION In the vocabulary THE FOUR SKILLS (LISTENING. software . etc. not to heavy preparation load) ASESSMENT (1 . partly. EGP lexical items in specialized use 6 GRAMMAR (explanation and practice): (1 – 6) explanation (in Croatian) and modals.

starting or reversing the main engine. and implemented in the material 2. Are vocabulary and comprehensible input levels well-graded? 15. etc. Are instructions to students clear? clear instructions 14. 3. How ethnocentric is the material? 10. plenty of authentic language 13. Is the material socio-culturally appropriate? 8.) 7. CONTENT systematic coverage of syllabus. learning styles. Is the material gender-sensitive? 9. follows cognitive procedures of the subject-matter (e. Is the material learner-centered? learners. contingency planning. appropriate visual materials available 80 . Is the material age-appropriate? 16. follows rules of content-based learning 6. Is the material up-to-date? 12. Is the material interesting and visually attractive? Is it interesting? Is it challenging? varied topics and tasks so as to provide for different 17.g. content clearly organized and graded (by difficulty) 11. scripts and scenarios in ship handling. Does the material match learner objectives? Is the purpose clearly defined? Objectives explicitly laid out in an introduction. Does it contain distracting difficulties? 19. Is the material relevant to real life? 20. Is the material easy to use? Is the ratio of language given/student task economic? 18. Does the material facilitate interactive learning? 4. develops communicative skills 5. etc. 3. QUESTIONNAIRE 1. interests.

encourages learners to develop own learning strategies and to become independent in their learning 25. fluency practice in all four skills 24. Does the exercise type effectively and economically accomplish purpose? periodic review and test sections 22. Does the material provide assessment: revision/reviews/final? (Adapted from Sheldon 1988:242) 81 .21. adequate guidance for the teacher 26. vocabulary and grammar explanation and practice 23. good pronunciation.

PUBLISHER: YEAR: Marlins. readily available) LEVEL + USER DEFINITION (beginners. Edinburgh. Lower-intermediate 13. SB/TB/WB/cassette/ Audiocassette video/CD/free tests: glossary 7. TARGET LEARNERS: career. CD. E. Scalar Rating.g. video. TITLE STUDY PACK 2 3. TARGET TEACHERS: Designed for self-study Encouraged to be used seafarers at PURPOSE/RATIONALE sea. intermediate. Comment 1. supporting/back-up material) tapescripts COMPONENTS: SB=TB 6. CHECKLIST – EXTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Rating scale: 1 to 6 (where applicable) Yes/No. Audiocassette + 5. External criteria: Description. Textbook. lower-intermediate. advanced) 82 . A self-study programme for seafarers of all ranks Integrates language systems (grammar. software. practicing general language 11. 2. A. vocabulary. 300 TYPE (textbook. TARGET SKILLS: pronunciation) and the four language skills 10. Logie. AUTHOR(S): C. upper- intermediate intermediate. LENGTH (units x hours): 15 units x For students starting their seafaring 8. ISBN: (total pages: ) 0 9531748 1 6. Readily available (e. 1998 4. pp. (designed for the students of / trainees in …) communicative skills preferred to those in maritime subjects AVAILABILITY 12. 9. Vivers. Nisbet ENGLISH FOR SEAFARERS. Evaluation of Maritime English Materials 1.

yes/no) REFERENCE TO OTHER MATERIALS 19. 6 (clear. tables.6) 83 . (arrangement of sections. …) grammar and structural practice + vocabulary development PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 16. parts. 6 (rating: 1 .) CULTURAL BIAS (1-6) (meeting the requirements of multi- 18. conventions. (maritime reference books. cloze) + listening skills + basic exercises. Sources quoted in texts and clips regulations. (e. 15. space to write notes. LAYOUT/GRAPHICS 14. 6 national/cultural/lingual crews/students. …) ASSESSMENT OF THE MATERIAL 20. additional reading. attractive print.g. …) 6: Prediction + reading text(s) or clips + CBL + structure/cognitive ACCESSIBILITY / ORGANISATION functions + exercises (matching.6) OVERALL VALUE FOR MONEY 6 (rating: 1 . 6 video. subject textbooks. etc. reading text. fill out exercises) 6 (1-6) SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS 17. (vocabulary.

obligation. Comment PURPOSE / OBJECTIVES – explained in 21 YES introduction These requirements are met much more thoroughly in APPROACH Study Pack 1 22 (acceptable to course curriculum. Scalar Rating. prohibition. 32 6 asking questions. register. genre-oriented. possibility. permission. Internal Criteria Description. ORGANISATION . spoken communication. CHECKLIST – INTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Yes/No. competence- varied. probability.more specific study of oriented. units) 6 INTERESTING & VARIED TOPICS & TASKS 31 6 (to provide for different learner levels. …) Maritime English Basically skill. 2. maritime industry) language practice rather than Maritime English TYPE OF MARITIME ENGLISH Excellent introduction to a 23 (Comprehensive/General Maritime English. maritime Pack 2 focuses on general authorities. task-based. varied tasks and activities CONTENT PRESENTATION For students starting their 25 (systematic coverage of syllabus) shipboard careers. negation) 84 . skill-based. denial. styles) (1 – 6) DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE: (1 – 6) fluency in communicative functions: requests. modified texts) texts This requirements is met COVERAGE OF SUBJECT CONTENTS 29 much more thoroughly in (IN THE CURRICULUM) Study Pack 1 30 GUIDANCE TO LEARNER (in introduction.and competence–based All types THE NATURE OF LEARNING of learning successfully 24 (content-based. compulsion. An array of pair- based.layout 26 6 (content clearly organized into units) SEQUENCED GRADING OF CONTENT 27 6 THEMES AND TOPICS AUTHENTICITY Both authentic and modified 28 (plenty of authentic language. …) work.

etc. EGP lexical items in specialized use GRAMMAR (explanation and practice): (1 – 6) modals. nominalizations. multi-media. multi-word lexical units. CD.6) 6 85 . practicing) 40 SEQUENCED GRADING OF EXERCISES (1 – 6) 6 41 CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS for exercises (1 – 6) 6 42 KEY TO EXERCISES YES SUPPLEMENTARY (VISUAL/AUDIO) MATERIALS AVAILABLE 43 audiocassette (audio cassette.) STUDENTS CAN DEVELOP OWN LEARNING 6 – this is one of the primary 44 STRATEGIES – INDEPENDENT LEARNING purposes and values of the (1-6) textbook GUIDANCE TO TEACHER 45 6 (adequate. tenses. SMCP-BASED TEXT & EXERCISES 33 (totally. 35 6 SPEAKING. final test) vocabulary.) ASSESSMENT (rating: 1 . 37 6 prepositional/adverbial phrases. syntax of complex sentences) DISCOURSE ELEMENTS – TEXTUALITY (1 – 6) 38 6 (discourse markers. software .Three reviews ASESSMENT (1 . passive. partly. video. 46 (in exercises. to-the-point.6) (assessment of grammar. cohesion) EXERCISES (1 – 6) 39 6 (relevant. READING. WRITING) (1 – 6) VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (1 – 6) (explanation and practice): 36 6 terminology. pronunciation. coherence. not to heavy preparation load) 6 . revision/review. etc. none) 34 PRONUNCIATION 6 (lacking maritime terms) THE FOUR SKILLS (LISTENING.

readily available) LEVEL + USER DEFINITION (beginners. maritime 11. MET students Reading/writing/listening/speaking. SB/TB/WB/cassette/ SB=TB video/CD/free tests: 7. Clear though print too dense (clear. 13. …) 86 . video. Description. teacher of Maritime English. TARGET SKILLS: communicative skills in shipping & maritime law 10. attractive print. 9. TARGET LEARNERS: vessels. supporting/back-up Textbook material) COMPONENTS: 6. 2000 4. Bulgaria. upper-intermediate. commanding staff of merchant 8. Readily available (e.8 hours each Shipping. advanced) LAYOUT/GRAPHICS 14. TARGET TEACHERS: Non-native PURPOSE/RATIONALE Shipping. 5. CD. AUTHOR(S): V. Evaluation of Maritime English Materials 1. Petkova & S. ISBN: (total pages: ) 954 449 062 0. nautical studies. Upper intermediate. Scalar Rating. External criteria: Comment 1.g. lower-intermediate. CHECKLIST – EXTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Rating scale: 1 to 6 (where applicable) Yes/No. TITLE COMMUNICATIONS IN SHIPPING 3. 447 TYPE (textbook. Toncheva CORRESPONDENCE AND 2. (designed for the students of/ communications trainees in …) AVAILABILITY 12. PUBLISHER: YEAR: Izdatelska k’isha STENO. advanced intermediate. software. LENGTH (units x hours): 30 units / 6.

reports. (vocabulary. 5 national/cultural/lingual crews/students. records. MATERIAL 6 (rating: 1 . Part I Shipping: General introduction (definition of the ACCESSIBILITY / topic) + reading text (elaborate. regulations. yes/no) REFERENCE TO OTHER MATERIALS 19. up ORGANISATION to 8 different sub-topics) + notes + 15.6) OVERALL VALUE FOR 6 MONEY (rating: 1 . etc. …) vocabulary/terminology + short composition on a given topic + grammar Part 2 Maritime Communications PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 16. space to write notes. tables.g. Bibliography conventions. CULTURAL BIAS (1-6) (meeting the requirements of multi- 18. …) ASSESSMENT OF THE 20. long. fill out 4 exercises) (1-6) Appendixes: SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS IMO SMCP 17.6) 87 . subject textbooks. (arrangement of sections. exercises. additional Vocabulary (English – Bulgarian / reading. etc. (maritime reference books. video. parts. abbreviations. (e. exercises (translation + reading text. Forms.) Bulgarian – English).

competence-based competence-based. maritime shipping. skill-based. …) CONTENT PRESENTATION 25 YES (systematic coverage of syllabus) ORGANISATION . HND & BSc in authorities. permission. Comment PURPOSE / OBJECTIVES – explained in 21 YES introduction APPROACH YES – BSc and MSc in 22 (acceptable to course curriculum. CHECKLIST – INTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Yes/No.layout 26 YES (content clearly organized into units) SEQUENCED GRADING OF CONTENT 27 YES THEMES AND TOPICS AUTHENTICITY Mostly authentic. denial. genre-oriented. prohibition. probability. task-based. Internal Criteria Description. 23 register-oriented. Registers: Shipping and Law. 24 (content-based. modified texts) modified COVERAGE OF SUBJECT CONTENTS 29 YES and beyond (IN THE CURRICULUM) GUIDANCE TO LEARNER 30 6 (in introduction. spoken Maritime Communications communication. task-based. Scalar Rating. negation) 88 . obligation. maritime industry) nautical studies TYPE OF MARITIME ENGLISH (Comprehensive/General Maritime English. units) INTERESTING & VARIED TOPICS & TASKS 31 (to provide for different learner levels. styles) 6 (1 – 6) DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE: (1 – 6) fluency in communicative functions: requests. compulsion. …) THE NATURE OF LEARNING Content-based. possibility. 2. rarely 28 (plenty of authentic language. 32 5 asking questions.

cohesion) EXERCISES (1 – 6) 39 6 (relevant. not to heavy preparation load) ASESSMENT (1 . software . 35 5 SPEAKING. 37 6 prepositional/adverbial phrases. passive. partly.) STUDENTS CAN DEVELOP OWN 44 LEARNING STRATEGIES – INDEPENDENT 6 LEARNING (1-6) GUIDANCE TO TEACHER 45 6 (adequate. no revisions. READING. nominalizations. revision/review. coherence. SMCP-BASED TEXT & EXERCISES 33 6 (totally. syntax of complex sentences) DISCOURSE ELEMENTS – TEXTUALITY 38 (1 – 6) 6 (discourse markers. multi-media. etc. tenses. none) 34 PRONUNCIATION THE FOUR SKILLS (LISTENING. CD. to-the-point.6) 46 Within exercises. WRITING) (1 – 6) VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (1 – 6) (explanation and practice): 36 6 terminology. EGP lexical items in specialized use GRAMMAR (explanation and practice): (1 – 6) modals. multi-word lexical units. video.6) 6 89 . practicing) SEQUENCED GRADING OF EXERCISES 40 (1 – 6) 41 CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS for exercises (1 – 6) 6 42 KEY TO EXERCISES No SUPPLEMENTARY (VISUAL/AUDIO) MATERIALS AVAILABLE 43 (audio cassette. (in exercises. final test) no final test ASSESSMENT (rating: 1 .

Is the material socio-culturally appropriate? 8. interests. QUESTIONNAIRE 1. develops communicative skills 5. How ethnocentric is the material? 10. plenty of authentic language 13. and implemented in the material 2. scripts and scenarios in ship handling.g. Is the material interesting and visually attractive? Is it interesting? Is it challenging? varied topics and tasks so as to provide for different 17. Are vocabulary and comprehensible input levels well-graded? 15.) 7. follows rules of content-based learning 6. etc. Is the material easy to use? Is the ratio of language given/student task economic? 18. follows cognitive procedures of the subject-matter (e. Is the material learner-centered? learners. Does it contain distracting difficulties? 19. Is the material age-appropriate? 16. Is the material relevant to real life? 20. Is the material gender-sensitive? 9. Is the material up-to-date? 12. Are instructions to students clear? clear instructions 14. starting or reversing the main engine. content clearly organized and graded (by difficulty) 11. contingency planning. Does the material match learner objectives? Is the purpose clearly defined? Objectives explicitly laid out in an introduction. CONTENT systematic coverage of syllabus. Does the material facilitate interactive learning? 4. etc. 3. learning styles. 3. appropriate visual materials available 90 .

adequate guidance for the teacher 26. fluency practice in all four skills 24. encourages learners to develop own learning strategies and to become independent in their learning 25. Does the exercise type effectively and economically accomplish purpose? periodic review and test sections 22. vocabulary and grammar explanation and practice 23. good pronunciation. Does the material provide assessment: revision/reviews/final? (Adapted from Sheldon 1988:242) 91 .21.

TARGET LEARNERS: (Dutch etc. attractive (clear. Description. SB/TB/WB/cassette/ CD-ROM. Tasks and Projects COMPONENTS: Textbook (SB/TB/WB) 6. (designed for the students of/ trainees in & On-board training …) AVAILABILITY 12. TITLE students at Maritime Colleges and for on- board training. readily available) LEVEL + USER DEFINITION (beginners. van Kluijven The International Maritime Language Programme. 13. CD. Key video/CD/free tests: 8 units x appr. AUTHOR(S): Peter C. External criteria: Comment 1. The 3. software. supporting/back-up material) Texts. PUBLISHER: YEAR: Netherlands 4. ISBN: (total pages: ) TYPE (textbook. Clear. advanced) LAYOUT/GRAPHICS 14. upper-intermediate. Readily available (e. 7 sub-units 7. TARGET TEACHERS: PURPOSE/RATIONALE Students at maritime colleges (BSc). An English course for 2. lower-intermediate.. …) 92 . Textbook + CD-Rom Presentations. Alkmaar.) 9. video. LENGTH (units x hours): (x 3-4 hours each): Non-native English speakers 8. 5. Intermediate & upper intermediate intermediate. TARGET SKILLS: Communicative skills 10. Scalar Rating. 11.g. attractive print. SMCP included Alk & Heinen Pub. Evaluation of Maritime English Materials 1. CHECKLIST – EXTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION Rating scale: 1 to 6 (where applicable) Yes/No.

lexical tasks.6) OVERALL VALUE FOR MONEY 6 (rating: 1 . 6 (maritime reference books. exercises. 5 national/cultural/lingual crews/students. (vocabulary. Introductory reading text. role-play. 15. 6 (rating: 1 . Tasks and video. conventions. regulations. CD-ROM based exercises.6) 93 . reading structural tasks). additional reading. space to write notes. subject textbooks. tasks & exercises (cognitive & content-based ACCESSIBILITY / ORGANISATION learning.) Projects CULTURAL BIAS (1-6) (meeting the requirements of multi- 18. fill out exercises exercises) (1-6) SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS Practical Grammar. etc. project PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Sufficient space to write notes. Texts.g. (arrangement of sections. …) ASSESSMENT OF THE MATERIAL 20. CD-Rom Presentations. parts. fill out 16. notes (student’s text. …) workbook). (e. tables. 17. yes/no) REFERENCE TO OTHER MATERIALS 19.

2. CHECKLIST – INTERNAL FACTORS OF EVALUATION
Yes/No, Scalar
Internal Criteria Rating, Description,
Comment
21 PURPOSE / OBJECTIVES – explained in introduction YES
APPROACH
YES, completely
22 (acceptable to course curriculum, maritime authorities,
STCW-based
maritime industry)
Comprehensive/Gene
ral Maritime English,
TYPE OF MARITIME ENGLISH
register-oriented,
23 (Comprehensive/General Maritime English, register-
genre-oriented, rich
oriented, genre-oriented, spoken communication, …)
in spoken
communication
THE NATURE OF LEARNING content-based, skill-
24 (content-based, skill-based, task-based, competence- based, task-based,
based, …) competence-based
CONTENT PRESENTATION 6 – MarOff; 6 –
25
(systematic coverage of syllabus) Deck Officer
ORGANISATION - layout
26 YES (6)
(content clearly organized into units)
SEQUENCED GRADING OF CONTENT THEMES
27 YES (6)
AND TOPICS
Extracts and
AUTHENTICITY
28 transcripts of
(plenty of authentic language; modified texts)
authentic language
COVERAGE OF SUBJECT CONTENTS (IN THE STCW; BSc
29
CURRICULUM) (MarOff); SMCP

30 GUIDANCE TO LEARNER (in introduction, units) 6

INTERESTING & VARIED TOPICS & TASKS
31 6
(to provide for different learner levels, styles) (1 – 6)

DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE
COMPETENCE: (1 – 6)
32 fluency in communicative functions: requests, asking 6
questions, permission; possibility; probability;
compulsion, obligation, prohibition, denial, negation)

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SMCP-BASED TEXT & EXERCISES
33 6
(totally, partly, none)

34 PRONUNCIATION 5

THE FOUR SKILLS (LISTENING, READING,
35 6
SPEAKING, WRITING) (1 – 6)
VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (1 – 6)
(explanation and practice):
36 6
terminology, multi-word lexical units, EGP lexical items
in specialized use
GRAMMAR (explanation and practice): (1 – 6)
modals, tenses, passive; nominalizations,
37 6
prepositional/adverbial phrases, syntax of complex
sentences)
DISCOURSE ELEMENTS – TEXTUALITY (1 – 6)
38 5
(discourse markers, coherence, cohesion)
EXERCISES (1 – 6)
39 6
(relevant, to-the-point, practicing)
40 SEQUENCED GRADING OF EXERCISES (1 – 6) 6
41 CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS for exercises (1 – 6) 6
42 KEY TO EXERCISES -
SUPPLEMENTARY (VISUAL/AUDIO) MATERIALS
43 AVAILABLE CD-ROM
(audio cassette, video, CD, multi-media, software , etc.)
STUDENTS CAN DEVELOP OWN LEARNING
44 6
STRATEGIES – INDEPENDENT LEARNING (1-6)
GUIDANCE TO TEACHER
45 6
(adequate, not to heavy preparation load)
ASESSMENT (1 - 6)
46
(in exercises, revision/review, final test) 6

ASSESSMENT (rating: 1 - 6) 6

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3. QUESTIONNAIRE

1. Does the material match learner objectives? Is the purpose clearly defined?
Objectives explicitly laid out in an introduction, and implemented in the material

2. Is the material learner-centered? learners, learning styles, interests, etc.

3. Does the material facilitate interactive learning?

4. develops communicative skills

5. follows rules of content-based learning

6. follows cognitive procedures of the subject-matter (e.g. scripts and scenarios in ship
handling, contingency planning; starting or reversing the main engine, etc.)

7. Is the material socio-culturally appropriate?

8. Is the material gender-sensitive?

9. How ethnocentric is the material?

10. CONTENT systematic coverage of syllabus. content clearly organized and graded (by
difficulty)

11. Is the material up-to-date?

12. plenty of authentic language

13. Are instructions to students clear? clear instructions

14. Are vocabulary and comprehensible input levels well-graded?

15. Is the material age-appropriate?

16. Is the material interesting and visually attractive? Is it interesting? Is it challenging?
varied topics and tasks so as to provide for different

17. Is the material easy to use? Is the ratio of language given/student task economic?

18. Does it contain distracting difficulties?

19. Is the material relevant to real life?

20. appropriate visual materials available

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21. fluency practice in all four skills 24. adequate guidance for the teacher 26. Does the exercise type effectively and economically accomplish purpose? periodic review and test sections 22. Does the material provide assessment: revision/reviews/final? (Adapted from Sheldon 1988:242) 97 . good pronunciation. encourages learners to develop own learning strategies and to become independent in their learning 25. vocabulary and grammar explanation and practice 23.