Goals of the ETE Teacher's Guide

Each year more biblical and theological materials are published in English than in any other language. No matter which country our students come from or which language they speak natively, most non-native speakers of English find it moderately challenging to exceedingly difficult to read theological publications written for native English speakers.

The primary goal of our ETE Student Textbook is to help ESL/EFL learners become more proficient at reading theological publications written in English. Our secondary goal is to introduce important concepts and terminology used in theological writing.

The goal of our Teacher’s Guide is to provide you as the instructor with the help you need in order to teach ETE more effectively. This includes addressing the need for instruction in English for Bible and Theology (EBT) and Theological English (TE), helping you plan and implement instruction that is appropriate for your students’ needs, giving chapter-by-chapter teaching suggestions, and providing an answer key for all exercises.

For more information, see the Contents to the Teacher's Guide, the Preface, the Introduction, and Selected Sections.


Student Text
396 pages

Teacher's Guide
172 pages