It is argued that teaching Academic English at the university-level is presently confronted with a number tward galimybės obstacles due to the current global tendencies toward the spoken medium of language on the one hand, and, more locally, English curriculum cuts in Lithuanian higher education institutions.
To facilitate academic language learning, the author assumes a multifaceted approach and combines some of the US and Lithuanian methodological practices. A discussion of activities follows intended to raise awareness and stimulate tward galimybės of relevant academic vocabulary in Lithuanian learners of English.
The author believes that the activities proposed may be further extended for use in other L2 environments as well. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged.
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