Department of English Language  Pedagogy

School of English and American Studies - Eötvös Loránd University

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DELP History

 

 

Outstanding Thesis Awards (2007- )

Outstanding Trainee Award (2012- )

Centre for English Teacher Training (1990-2006)

The Self-access Centre

 

 

 

Outstanding Thesis Awards (2007- )

 

Congratulations to the winners of the Outstanding Thesis Award supervised by DELP colleagues:

 

 

 

Winner thesis title type supervisor
 

2016

Beregi Nóra

Informal Ways of Autonomous English Language Development in the Hungarian Context

BA

Király Zsolt

Horváth Kitti

The Impact of Colonisation on Australian Aboriginal Languages

BA

Gall Cecilia

Káli Dominika

The Predicitve Value of Proficiency Testing

BA

Dávid Gergely

 

2015

Hoffer Ildikó

One-to-one Teaching and Learning in Practice: How/Why to Adapt Materials and Tasks to Students’ Needs and Learning Styles

MA

Kimmel Magdolna 

Málnási Csizmadia Anna

Why English? English as a Foreign Language for Students with Special Needs

BA

Enyedi Ágnes

Váczi Zsombor Apród

Group Learning vs. One-to-one Learning: Students in the Spotlight

BA

Kimmel Magdolna

 

2014

Mártha Zsolt

Project Tableau — Project in the Secondary Classroom

BEd

Kimmel Magdolna

Páli András

The representation of Australia’s war-time contribution on screen and in fiction

MA

Gall Cecilia

Soproni Tamás

Pacific Solution: The most controversial immigration policy of the 2000s

MA

Gall Cecilia

Talhammer Anna

The role of Information and Communication Technologies in language acquisition

MA in ELT

Kimmel Magdolna

 

2013

Kardos Evelyn

Metaphorical Thought in Culture and Translation: A Comparative Analysis of English and Hungarian

BA

Károly Krisztina

Molics Bernadett

The effects of L2 on L1 in bilingual highschools

BA

Christopher Ryan

Pongor Magdolna

Cultural Differences between the English and the French: The Discrepancy of Values as Reflected in Everyday Life

BA

Halápi Magdolna

Kolozsvári Emese

Negative Effects of the L2 German on the Acquisition of English as L3

MA in ELT

Christopher Ryan

 

2012

Kiss Dorottya 

Britain in the 1970s Through the Work of Pink Floyd

BA

Enyedi Ágnes

 

2011

Molnár Judit

The Importance of Motivation in Language Learning: A Study on the Motivational Profiles of High-Achieving Students

BA

Király Zsolt

 

2010

Kisfaludi Csilla

The Relevance of Female Politicians in the last U.S. Presidential Elections — Gender vs. Political Ideology

BA

Kimmel Magdolna

Szabó Mátyás

The Impact of Post-World War II Immigration on Australian Legislation

BA

Holló Dorottya

Pozdena Emese

Foreign Business Presentations through the Eyes of Business People

MA

Rachel Appleby

Jankó-Brezovay Judit

The Making of a Hero — Ned Kelly and Jesse James

MA

Cecilia Gall

 

2009

Mátrai Márta

Language Use of Children in Bilingual Families

CETT

Enyedi Ágnes

Price Beatrix

The Formative Years in EFL Teaching: Movement Accompanied Language-Learning

CETT

Szesztay Margit

 

2008

Sárik Pál

Factors of Motivation in Adult Education

CETT

Christopher Ryan

 

2007

Kalocsai Beatrix

Instructions in the English Language Class

CETT

Dávid Gergely

 

 

 

 

Outstanding Trainee Award

 

DELP issues an award certificate to MA in ELT students for conscientious, creative and outstandingly high quality performance during teaching practice at secondary school on the proposal of their mentor teachers. The names of the awardees are published at:

http://delp.elte.hu/MAinELTstudentinfo.htm#Outstanding_Trainee_Award

 

 

The Centre for English Teacher Training (1990-2006)

 

The Department of English Language Pedagogy has relied heavily on the heritage of its predecessor, the Centre for English Teacher Training, widely known and referred to by its acronym CETT.

CETT was a most innovative centre for English teacher education established in 1990. It operated as a department till 2006, and the last graduates finished their studies in 2009. DELP – as its successor – owes a lot to the pioneering spirit, as well as the cooperative and reflective methods promoted by CETT both in teacher education and educational management. Click here to read about CETT and its programmes.

The names of our former colleagues at CETT are mentioned on the staff details page.

Click here to read an article looking back on CETT as a professional community. It appeared in IATEFL–Hungary's newsletter Melting Pot in May 2009.

(The article is stored in .pdf format. When you click on the link above the article will appear in a new window. Depending on the settings of your browser, you may have to save/download the file before opening it.)

 

 

 

 

 

The Self-access Centre

 

The Self-access Centre was also created by CETT and followed us through to DELP till its closing down for financial reasons in 2011.

 

Operated  by DELP, the Self-access Study Centre offered facilities for independent studies. Students could study using

        - language practice & teaching materials

        - reference books

        - journals, magazines

        - videos, tape-recorders

        - computers, the Internet

It was a cozy and welcoming place to prepare for classes and helped students become autonomous learners.

 

 

        

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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