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Department of English Language  Pedagogy

School of English and American Studies - Eötvös Loránd University

1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 5. tel.: (36-1) 485 52 00 extension: 4407, email: delp@seas3.elte.hu

 

 

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Rachel Appleby, resident lecturer / lektor

expertise 

English language teaching, Business English teaching and training, One-to-one teaching, Professional Skills training, Teacher Training 

classes taught

Language practice and development, Methodology, Academic Writing, Skills courses – Presentation skills;  Elective courses – Teaching one to one; Business English Methodology; Focus on Scotland; 

offers supervision in the following areas

Methodology; Business English; Teaching one-to-one

degrees

BMus, London University, 1983

Diploma in Business Studies, London School of Economics, 1984

M.A. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Aston University 1999

experience 

Language teacher since 1987 – for International House, British Council, Central European University

Teacher trainer / Staff trainer since 1993 – for International House, British Council 

functions

Director of Studies for Executive Courses - International House

Senior Teacher – British Council

IATEFL-Hungary – committee member, 1995-98 

languages 

English: native, Hungarian / French / German: intermediate+, Spanish: working knowledge, Polish / Slovak / Portuguese: basic

other projects and professional activities

Freelance writer – language teaching materials

publications

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/publications/ApplebyRachel.html   

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/ApplebyRachel.html 

 

Asbóth László assistant lecturer / tudományos segédmunkatárs 

expertise 

English language teaching, teaching culture through language, oral communication, using audio, video materials and computers in the Eng. lang. classroom, content based instruction, skills based instruction, translation

classes taught

language practice, language development, academic skills, essay writing, translation

offers supervision in the following areas

teaching language and culture, translation skills, computer assisted language teaching and learning, using audio, video materials and computers in the Eng. lang. classroom

degrees

M.A. in English and Italian language and literature - ELTE 1975

experience 

teacher and teacher trainer of EFL since 1975

functions

Co-ordinator of Language practice classes, formerly for DEAL now for DELP,

Co-ordinator of SEAS’ entrance exams 1991 - 2004

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, Italian: fluent, German, Spanish: basic

current research

Exploring the needs and efficient methods of different levels of language practice

selected publications

(1978). English Reader with notes and glossary. Budapest: KVIF.

Translations for Corvina Publishing House:

(1985). P. Douglas: Learn Tennis in a Weekend.

(1986). K. Bartelski and R. Neillands: Learn Skiing in a Weekend.

(1987). P. Jones: Learn Windsurfing in a Weekend.

(1988). C. Prew: The VW Beetle.

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/AsbothLaszlo.html  

 

Balogh Éva, librarian / könyvtáros

expertise 

Setting up a Self-Access Centre

degrees

BA in Pedagogy - Library, EKTF, 1980

experience 

1982-1987 Librarian, Eszterházy Károly College, Eger

1987-1991 Head of the Library, Neumann János Secondary School, Eger

1991-         Self-Access librarian, ELTE CETT/DELP

languages 

Hungarian, English, German (basic)

current research

Bibliotherapy

selected publications

(1999) Segített a könyv, a mese  Budapest:Magyar Olvasástársaság.

          (Co-author: Bartos Éva)

(2000) Önképző központ leendő angoltanárok számára

          Bemutatjuk az ELTE Angol Tanárképző Központ könyvtárát.

          Könyvtári Figyelő.

 

       Borbély Judit, PhD  lect./adj.

(retired in 2009)

DELP Honorary Staff Member

expertise 

English language teaching, teaching language through literature, oral communication, content based language development, 20th  century English literature

classes taught

Language practice, language development (skills based and content based), advanced academic writing

offers supervision in the following areas

Teaching vocabulary, the role of literature in language teaching

degrees

M.A. in English and Russian language and literature – ELTE 1976

Dr. Univ. (American literature) –ELTE 1987

Ph.D. (English Literature) –ELTE 2003

experience 

teacher of English since 1976

teacher of Russian until 1990

functions

member of the DEAL testing team since 1997-2006

member of the Faculty Council since Jan. 2005

Head of the Language Institute at Harsányi János College, Budapest, since 2003

Director of Studies of SEAS 2006-

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, Russian: fluent, French, Spanish, German: basic

current research

Literature and the fine arts, Henry James and his contemporaries, the language of irony

ESP

publications

 http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/publications/BorbelyJudit.html

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/BorbelyJudit.html

 

Boreczky Elemér, PhD, lecturer/adjunktus

(retired in 2008)

DELP Honorary Staff Member

 

expertise 

cultural studies, teaching language and culture, culture and theology, cultural discourse analysis, introduction to English and American literature, academic skills, academic writing, children’s literature and the culture of childhood

classes taught

English cultural studies, children’s literature and the culture of childhood, English and American cultural history through travelogues, language development, elective course in the doctoral programme

offers supervision in the following areas

Cultural studies, cultural discourse analysis, 14th century English history and literature, John Wyclif’s thought and influence

degrees

MA in English and Hungarian language and literature – ELTE, 1969

PhD in cultural studies and theology – Glamorgan, 2002

experience 

teacher and teacher trainer of EFL

co-ordinating and teaching English-spekaing cultures at CETT – 1992

developing programme in British Studies – 1996

developing programme in the culture of childhood – 1996

developimg programme in popular culture - 1995

teachimg Hungarian culture and language - 1997

child guidance and family therapy, social work – 1981-92

translation

functions

Lead tutor of English-speaking cultures – 1992

Member of SEAS Senate – 1995-6

Member of the Board of the Faculty of Humanities, ELTE, 1996-7

languages 

Hungarian: native; English: proficient

current research

working on a manuscript on John Wyclif’s thought and the law of love for Brill Publishers

other projects and professional activities

developing a programme for BA students of pedagogy in cultural discourses, developing a programme on Hungarian cultural discourses for US students

selected publications

(2000). Constructing Mythologies. Miskolc: HUSSE Cultural Studies

          Conference Proceedings.

(2001). The Order of Love; John Wyclif’s tract on more delightful love and

          the encounter of theology, politics and private life. A case for the

          relevance of cultural discourse analysis as a discipline of thought. 

         Eger: HUSSE Conference Proceedings.

(2002). Actor or author: John Wyclif’s teaching and fame as authorship of

          history.The Anachronist, Budapest, Department of English

          Studies. ELTE.

(2002). More Delightful Love and the Use of Nature’s Gifts.

          The Disruption of Order and its Rational Reconstruction

          in John Wyclif’s De civili dominio, PhD dissertation, University of

          Glamorgan, Wales.

(2007). John Wyclif's Discourse on Dominion in Community.

          Boston-Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers.

 

 

Dereráné Varga Éva, department secretary / tanszéki titkárnő

certificate

certificate in secretarial and IT skills, Advanced Level English State Exam

experience

has been working at ELTE English Dept. since 1983

expertise

office and people management

languages

English (proficient), Hungarian

 

Dávid Gergely, PhD, lecturer/adjunktus

expertise 

English language teaching, teacher training, applied linguistics, methodology, language assessment, evaluation, research methods 

classes taught

Language development, applied linguistics

offers supervision in the following areas

Applied linguistics, ELT methodology

degrees

PhD in language testing, University of Glamorgan, 2000

Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teacher Training in ELT (TTELT), University of Exeter, 1996

M.A. in History and English, Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, 1984

experience 

teacher and teacher trainer of EFL since 1985

lecturing in the Language Pedagogy PhD Programme since 2002

functions

Coordinatoor of language proficiency examination (filter test)

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient,

current research

Research into methods in foreign language assessment e.g. oral group testing, techniques for testing linguistic knowledge

Building and calibrating item banks

Statistical analysis of test performance (classical test theory and IRT)

Designing and running quality management (quality control) systems for language tests

Designing post-test quality management approaches for resource-poor contexts

The application of optical character recognition (OCR) in data management for language assessment and staff appraisal

Research and collection of interlanguage (learner language) samples and their application as data bases for test design, error analysis and discourse analysis

Standardisation and validation of language tests e.g. against the Council of Europe’s six-level scale (CEF)

other projects and professional activities

Founding the first national professional association to unite practitioners in the language testing and assessment field in Hungary (Hungarian Association of Language Examiners and Measurement Specialists), 2002. www.nyelvtudasmerok.hu

Consultant for the Council of Europe project „ Relating Language Examinations to the Common European Framework (CEF) of Reference for Languages” 2003-2004.

Coordinating a case study in relating the IH Euro examinations to the CEF, 2004-2005. 

publications

http://www.doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=192&sz_ID=2823

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/DavidGergely.html

   

 

Enyedi Ágnes, assistant lecturer / tanársegéd

expertise 

English language teaching, English teaching methodology, classroom studies, group dynamics, applied linguistics, in-service training

classes taught

Methodology, classroom studies

offers supervision in the following areas

Classroom research

degrees

MA equivalent in English, Librarian Studies and Scandinavian Studies, ELTE 1980

Post graduate degree in translating and interpreting, ELTE 1981

experience 

English teacher and school based trainer ELTE Radnóti Gimnázium,1981-1999

Working in teacher education in various programmes within ELTE 1987-

Teaching in the CETT programme 1999-

functions

Teaching Experience coordinator for CETT

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, German, Swedish: basic

current research

 

other projects and professional activities

Advisor and methodology supervisor for the Programme Development Centre at suliNova

Advisor and methodology supervisor for the National Vocation Training Institute

Trainer for the Budapest centre of Via-Lingua

selected publications

(1991). Methodology Mix. Budapest, Magyar Macmillan. Co-authors: Bodóczky Caroline, Gedeon Éva, Jilly Viktor, Rádai Péter, Szesztay Margit.

(1998). Criss Cross Beginner - Practice book. Hueber Verlag. Co-author: Cristopher Ryan.

(1999). Criss  Cross Pre-Intermediate - Practice book. Hueber Verlag.

(1998). ELT in Central and Eastern Europe, Language Teaching, 31, 1-12, Cambridge University Press. Co-author: Medgyes Péter.

(1988). Angol nyelvoktatás Közép és Kelet-Európában a rendszerváltozás óta Modern Nyelvoktatás, 4 (2-3), 12-32. Co-author: Medgyes Péter.

(2000). Culture shock in the classroom. Novelty 7 (1), 4-16.

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/EnyediAgnes.html

 

Cecilia Gall, lecturer in Australian Studies/ ausztrál lektor

expertise 

Australian Literature and Australian Literary History

classes taught

Various courses in the area of Australian Literary Studies

offers supervision in the following areas

Australian Studies

degrees

M.A. in English and Russian language and literature - ELTE 1990

experience 

Director of The Australian Centre for Education 1993-1996

Deputy Director of the C3 Cultural and Communications Centre, Soros Foundation 1997-1999

Lecturer in Australian Studies at ELTE 2001-2003

Postgraduate Studies at The University of Queensland 2004-2005

Lecturer in Australian Studies at ELTE 2006-current

functions

lecturer in Australian Studies

languages 

Hungarian, English, Russian.

selected publications

Review of Inside Outside: Life Between Two Worlds by Andrew Riemer. Imago (Brisbane) 4.3 1992.

Review of Who Do You Think You Are? Second Generation Immigrant Women in Australia, ed. by Karen Herne et. al.  Imago (Brisbane) 5.2 1993. 

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/GallCecilia.html

 

Halápi MagdolnaPhD, lecturer/adjunktus

expertise 

English language teaching, classroom studies, teacher training, testing, materials design and evaluation,

classes taught

language practice, skills development, classroom studies, elective seminars in methodology

offers supervision in the following areas

teaching language, testing and test design, textbook and resource analysis, classroom processes, teaching methods and teaching techniques, teaching language skills, educational policy

degrees

M.A. in English and Russian language and literature - ELTE 1982
Ph.D. (Pedagogy) – Glamorgan University, Great Britain, 2006

experience 

Teacher and teacher trainer of Russian as a Foreign Language (1982-1990),

teacher of EFL since 1982,

teacher trainer of EFL since 1992,

materials design and evaluation since 1989,

Hungarian Matura examination design since 1994

functions

Management member of the Centre for English Teacher Training

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, Russian: proficient, Modern Greek: intermediate

current research

Teaching and testing writing in English as a foreign language; Teachers’ perceptions of being efficient teachers of writing

other projects and professional activities

occasionally: methodology training for secondary-school teachers, trainer training and examiner training for the higher-level Matura examination,

currently: Matura examination test design

selected publications

http://seas3.elte.hu/cgi-bin/biblio.pl?name=HalapiMagdolna&method=rc

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/HalapiMagdolna.html

 

 

Hanzséros Mária, department secretary / tanszéki titkárnő

qualification

M.A. in English language and literature with teaching qualifications

experience

has been working at ELTE English Dept. since 1993

expertise

office and people management

SEAS responsibilities organising lectures and written exams

languages

English, Hungarian

 

Holló DorottyaPhD,  habil., associate professor / docens  

expertise 

English language teaching, teaching culture through language, oral communication, cross cultural rhetoric, classroom studies, teacher training, integrating area studies (Australian Studies) and language development, content based instruction, integrating intercultural awareness raising and foreign language teaching, materials design and evaluation, research methods and processes in applied linguistics and language pedagogy,

classes taught

language practice, language development, methodology, elective seminars in methodology and applied linguistics, doctoral research seminar, elective courses in the doctoral programme

offers supervision in the following areas

teaching language and culture, intercultural communication, textbook and resource analysis, classroom processes, teaching methods and teaching techniques, teaching language skills, public speaking and debating, educational trends and policies, Australian studies,

degrees

M.A. in English and French language and literature - ELTE 1983
Cert. TESOL - University of NSW, Australia, 1987
Dr. Univ. (English linguistics)- ELTE 1988
Ph.D. [C.Sc.](English linguistics) - Hungarian Academy of Arts and Sciences 1992

experience 

teacher and teacher trainer of EFL since 1983,
teaching in the Australian Studies Programme since 1992
lecturing in the Language Pedagogy PhD Programme since 1996

functions

Co-ordinator of the Australian Studies Programme since 1992

Director of Studies of the PhD in Language Pedagogy 2000-2003, 2005-
Head of the Department of English Applied Linguistics 1994-2005

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, French: fluent, Swedish: basic

current research

- Exploring the expectations of secondary education with particular focus on communication skills

- Needs analysis for curriculum development

- Exploring the intercultural learning experience of proficient FL speakers

- Exploring the possibilities of combining language teaching and tolerance education

other projects and professional activities

occasionally: communication and methodology training for teacher development and further education programmes

currently: writing a book on the role of culture in language teaching and learning, editing a volume of research papers in language pedagogy, co-editing a volume on group dynamics in language teaching

Co-editor of the online journal Working Papers in Language Pedagogy published by the PhD Programme in Language Pedagogy, Budapest: ELTE. since 2007.

publications

http://www.doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=192&sz_ID=2819

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/HolloDorottya.html

 

Károly Krisztina, PhD, habil., associate professor / docens

expertise 

Discourse analysis: theory and methodology of text analysis, research in the study of cohesion and coherence, contrastive rhetoric, corpus-based research.

Corpus linguistics: corpus design (design of FL learner and translation corpora) and analysis (investigation of language/text structure and use).

Writing research: product- and process-oriented L1/L2 writing research, analysis of English for Academic Purposes

Translation research: analysis of translation as text, universals of translation, translation strategies, explicitation in translation.

classes taught

M.A. courses: Academic Skills, Language Practice, Written Discourse Analysis, Activities that Work, Language through the Media, Translation Studies, English in the EU

Ph.D. courses: Research Seminar 1, Discourse Analysis, Research Models in the Analysis of Written Discourse and Translation, Researching ESP Discourse

offers supervision in the following areas

Discourse analysis, writing research, writing pedagogy, contrastive rhetoric, English for Specific Purposes (especially academic English, the language of diplomacy, the EU; issues of research, testing and teaching), corpus-based research, translation and interpretation research, translator training, research methods in text analysis.

degrees

M.A. in English and Spanish language and literature – ELTE 1993

Ph.D. in English linguistics – ELTE 1999

experience 

Teacher and teacher trainer of EFL at ELTE since 1993;

Researcher since 1991;

Journal editor since 2000 (Across Languages and Cultures);

Lecturer in the Language Pedagogy PhD Programme, ELTE, since 1999;

Lecturer in the Translation Studies PhD Programme, ELTE, since 2004;

Teacher of English for diplomacy and EU English since 1990;

Examiner of the Language Proficiency Test of English for Diplomacy at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

functions

Director of the Language Pedagogy PhD Programme since September 2005;

Director of Studies of the Language Pedagogy PhD Programme, February 2003—September 2005;

Co-editor of the translation and interpreting studies journal Across Languages and Cultures since 2000;

languages 

Hungarian: native; English: proficient; Spanish: fluent; Latin: basic

current research

(1)  A corpus-based and computer-aided investigation of EFL discourse competence;

(2) Analysis of English-Hungarian translation: translation operations, characteristics and assessment of translations as texts at various levels of translation;

(3) The investigation of translation universals and the phenomenon of explicitation in translation.

other projects and professional activities

Member of the Applied Linguistics Working Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences since 2000;

Member of the Hungarian Association of Applied Linguists and Language Teachers (MANYE);

Founding member of the Hungarian Association of Language Examiners and Measurement Specialists (Nyelvvizsgáztatók és Nyelvtudásmérési Szakértők Országos Egyesülete);

Head of the board of examiners of the Language Proficiency Test for Diplomacy at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs since 2000.

Co-editor of the online journal Working Papers in Language Pedagogy - published by the PhD Programme inLanguage Pedagogy. Budapest: ELTE since 2007.

 publications

http://www.doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=192&sz_ID=570

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/KarolyKrisztina.html

 

Kimmel Magdolna PhD, lecturer/adjunktus

expertise 

English language teaching, teaching language through culture, language teaching methodology, learner autonomy, portfolio assessment, classroom studies, research methods in education

classes taught

Language practice, language development, classroom studies, methodology elective

offers supervision in the following areas

Teaching language and culture, learner autonomy, self-access learning,

textbook and resource analysis, educational policy

degrees

MA in English language and literature, and History  KLTE 1981

MA in Teacher Training in ELT, Exeter University 1997

experience 

Teacher of English and History since 1981

Teacher of English and teacher trainer since 1997

functions

Coordinator of Second Degree Programme

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, French: basic, advanced reading skills

current research

reflective teacher education

other projects and professional activities

Doing further research into the role of beliefs in teacher education

publications

 http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/publications/KimmelMagdolna.html

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/KimmelMagdolna.html

 

Király Zsolt, PhD, lecturer/adjunktus

expertise

ELT methodology, testing in general and testing listening comprehension in particular, classroom studies, teacher appraisal, teacher training, materials design and evaluation

classes taught

ELT methodology, elective seminars in methodology, language practice

offers supervision in the following areas

general ELT methodology, classroom processes, teaching methods and teaching techniques, testing, textbook and resource analysis

degrees

M.A. in English language/literature and Geography - ELTE 1979
Ph.D. – University of Glamorgan, UK 2005

experience

secondary school teaching and teacher training

university teaching and teacher training

functions

Acting Head of the Department of English Language Pedagogy 2010 -

Thesis co-ordinator, DELP

Deputy Head of the Centre for English Teacher Training 2000-2006

languages

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, German: basic, Russian: basic

current research

Policies and techniques of secondary school teacher appraisal

other projects and professional activities

Coursebook writing

Országos Középiskolai Tanulmányi Verseny (English) – chairman

Responsible for the Listening Component of the two-level School Leaving Exams

Methodology training for teacher development and further education programmes

 publications

http://www.doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=192&sz_ID=8211

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/KiralyZsolt.html

 

Lázár Ildikó, PhD, lecturer / adjunktus

expertise 

English language teaching, intercultural communication training, teaching culture through language, teacher training, integrating area studies (American Studies) and language development, content based instruction.

classes taught

language practice, language development, academic writing, methodology, intercultural communication

offers supervision in the following areas

teaching methods and teaching techniques, teaching language and culture, intercultural communication, classroom research, learning styles and strategies, learner autonomy

degrees

M.A. in English and French language and literature - ELTE 1989

PhD - ELTE 2007

experience 

teacher of English since 1989

teacher trainer since 1995

coordinator of international research projects since 2000

functions

coordinator of teaching practice since 2004

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, French: fluent

current research

- the role of intercultural communication training in language teacher education

- benefiting from linguistic and cultural diversity in the classroom – research, training, and materials development - Council of Europe

other projects and professional activities

icEurope – intercultural communication in Europe, a multilateral Comenius web collaboration project on blended learning. For more information: www.iceurope-project.eu

Pestalozzi Programme - education for linguistic and cultural diversity, democratic citizenship and intercultural understanding. Trainer training and materials development. For more information: www.coe.int/pestalozzi

Teacher and trainer training in teaching intercultural competence through foreign language instruction, and materials development with a focus on intercultural learning. For more information: www.ecml.at/mtp2/Iccinte/html/ICC_E_Results 

 

selected publications

http://seas3.elte.hu/cgi-bin/biblio.pl?name=LazarIldiko&method=rc

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/LazarIldiko.html

 

James P. Leavey, resident lecturer/lektor

expertise 

English language teaching, teaching cultural awareness through language, literature, film and writing, academic writing, creating testing materials, curriculum design, language development and content based instruction.

classes taught

Language practice, language development, Academic and Business writing, English Speaking Cultures, American Civilization.

offers supervision in the following areas

Academic writing skills, language acquisition techniques, vocabulary expansion techniques, cross-cultural awareness (particularly within the Hungarian-American context).

degrees

M.A. New York University, TESOL, 1990

B.A. Brooklyn College, City University of New York, Comparative Literature, 1978

experience 

Teacher of American literature and composition, 1984-1990.

Teacher of ESL, 1990-1992.

Teacher of EFL, 1992 to the present.

functions

 

languages 

English: native, Hungarian: basic

current research

Discerning the interplay between language, perception and cultural identity through the analysis of travellogues and similar texts.

other projects and professional activities

Lecturer and teacher of ESP in a variety of venues ranging from business, arts, military and medicine, proofreader for numerous Hungarian authors and their publications, teacher of EFL for the physically challenged.

selected publications

 

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/LeaveyJames.html

 

  Magyarics Péter, language teacher / nyelvtanár

(retired in 2010)

DELP Honorary Staff Member

 

expertise 

English language teaching at all levels (especially secondary and tertiary), ELT methodology (especially the teaching of grammar, video in ELT, testing and examinations), classroom studies, teacher training, media-oriented education in ELT, cultural awareness in ELT, academic writing, content-based language teaching (especially in trade, hospitality and tourism, as well as in history), syllabus design, materials writing

classes taught

language practice/development, integrated skills, academic writing, methodology, classroom studies; elective seminars in language development, methodology and applied linguistics

offers supervision in the following areas

teaching language (grammar, lexis, skills etc.), classroom research, teaching methods and techniques, textbook / ELT materials / resource analysis and evaluation, testing, teaching culture, content-based teaching (ESP)

degrees

MA in English language and literature – ELTE 1972

MA in History – ELTE 1972

Master of Education in Teacher Training in English Language Teaching - The University of Exeter, England, 1997

experience 

Recent:

1990 – up to date - teacher and teacher trainer  - ELTE

Previous:

1972-1991 – teaching English, History and Tourism - ELTE Radnóti Miklós Gyakorló Iskola

1977-1991 - teacher trainer at the above school

1984-1988 - teaching English part-time at International House.

1987-1990 - teaching English part-time at Európai Nyelvek Stúdiója

1993-2006 - teacher and teacher trainer - Kodolányi János Főiskola

1997-1999 - teaching ELT methodology - Közgazdaságtudományi Egyetem

functions

1981-1984 - Assistant Director – ELTE Radnóti Miklós Gyakorló Iskola

1990-1994 - Assistant Director of Studies - CETT, ELTE

languages 

Hungarian: native; English: proficient; German: advanced

current research

 

other projects and professional activities

language teaching and methodology training for teacher development and further education (INSETT) programmes - ELTE

currently: revising and updating a grammar reference and a grammar practice book; revising and writing coursebooks in History for bilingual primary schools  

 publications

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/publications/MagyaricsPeter.html

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/MagyaricsPeter.html

 

Major Éva, PhD,  associate professor / docens

expertise 

English language teaching methodology, language testing and evaluation, examination development, teacher training, classroom studies, teaching practice, educational policy, educational reform strategies, collaborative on-line projects in teacher training

classes taught

ELT methodology, classroom studies, language practice, language skills development, applied linguistics lecture and options, elective class in the doctoral programme

offers supervision in the following areas

teaching methods and teaching techniques, classroom processes, teaching language skills, evaluation and testing, educational trends and policies, on-line communication

degrees

M.A. in English and Hungarian language and literature - ELTE 1983

M.A. in Dutch – ELTE 1985
Ph.D. (Pedagogy) - ELTE 2002

experience 

teacher of EFL since 1983 (teaching at both secondary and tertiary levels)

teacher trainer at ELTE CETT  (1992-2006)

functions

Head of the testing team at CETT (1994-96)

Acting head of department of CETT (2002-2005)

Deputy Head of the Faculty Methodology Centre (2008-)

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, Dutch: fluent

current research

Studying ‘The role of collaborative knowledge building in a CMS in a teacher training course’ within a large scale EC project called the Knowledge-Practice Laboratory (KP-Lab) project coordinated by the University of Helsinki and EVTEK University of Applied Sciences. (http://www.kp-lab.org )

other projects and professional activities

-member of the professional team working out the detailed requirements of the new English language matura examination (1996-98)

-coordinating surveys and research connected to the Baseline Study on English Language Education in Hungary project supported by the British Council (1998-99)

-questionnaire research examining the validity of the intermediate level matura examination, surveying the expectations and needs of employers, supported by the Soros Foundation (1998-99)

-consultant of the National Language Examination Accreditation Board (2000-03)

-head of the working team developing the English language matura examination; coordinating item writing (2002-03)

-preparing the national pilot examinations of the new matura examination (2003,2004); analyses and publication of results; planning and implementation of a national inset training programme connected to the introduction of the new matura examination (2003-05)

-subject head of an OKI (National Institute of Public Education) project (HEFOP-3.1.1) developing language competence. (2005- 2008)

-member of the Teacher Training Committee of the National  

    Bologna Committee set up by the Ministry of Education to

    work out the framework of teacher training within the Bologna

    system; preparing the Higher Education Law 2004-2006

 publications

http://www.doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=192&sz_ID=2830

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/MajorEva.html

 

Medgyes Péter DSc professor / egyetemi tanár

expertise

Applied linguistics and Language Pedagogy, esp.:teacher education, cognitive pedagogy, ELT methodology, comparative studies on differences between native and non-native teachers, language policy and curricular issues, the spread of the English language in the world, especially in Central and Eastern Europe

classes taught

currently in foreign service

offers supervision in the following areas

PhD research in language pedagogy

degrees

MA in English and Russian language and literature, ELTE 1968

University doctorate, ELTE 1979

PhD, MTA 1984

Doctor of Sciences, MTA 1994

experience

teacher of EFL (teaching at both secondary and tertiary levels)

teacher trainer (ELTE CETT  

educational policy maker in various university and ministerial positions

functions

Founder and head of ELTE-CETT (Centre for English Teacher Training) 1990-2002

Founder and Director of the PhD Programme in Language Pedagogy 1996 - 2005

languages

Hungarian, English, Russian

current research

English as an international language

other projects and professional activities

Soros and Fulbright Professorships in the US

several OTKA grants since 1991 

Széchenyi Grant 2000 - 2003

 

publications

http://www.doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=192&sz_ID=569

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications) http://seas3.elte.hu/cgi-bin/profile.pl?name=MedgyesPeter

 

 

 

Uwe Pohl, PhD,  associate professor / docens

expertise 

teacher training, trainer training, intercultural communication, classroom research, language awareness, curriculum/syllabus design, ELT materials writing

classes taught

language development, methodology, elective seminars in methodology and applied linguistics, elective courses in the doctoral programme

offers supervision in the following areas

ELT methodology, intercultural communication and intercultural learning, classroom-based research

degrees

B.A. in English and German language and literature - Leipzig University 1983

PhD in Sociolinguistics - Leipzig University 1989

MEd Teacher Training in ELT - Exeter University 1993

experience 

ELT teacher and teacher trainer since 1986; large variety of in-service workshops and training courses in Hungary, Poland, Germany, Ethiopia, Turkey, USA since 1994, teaching in the Language Pedagogy PhD programme since 1998

functions

Head of Department of English Language Pedagogy 2005 -

languages 

German: native, English: proficient, Hungarian: basic, French: basic

current research

Language educators becoming teacher educators

other projects and professional activities

Project member ‘Teacher training for language educators, European Centre of Modern Languages (ECML), Graz,Austria (2004-2006) 

publications

http://www.doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=192&sz_ID=2835

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/PohlUwe.html

 

Révész Judit, assistant lecturer / tanársegéd

expertise 

English language teaching, English teaching methodology, classroom studies, group dynamics, applied linguistics, in-service training

classes taught

Language practice and development, Methodology, Classroom studies, Applied lingustics, Skills courses , Elective courses – Drama techniques, Teaching young learners, Music and rhythm in the ELT classroom 

offers supervision in the following areas

Methodology; Classroom research

degrees

MA in English and Philosophy, ELTE, 1984

Person-Centered group facilitator, Person-Centered Approach Institute, Geneva, 1990

Psycho-drama group facilitator, Hungarian Psycho-Drama Association, Budapest, 2002

experience 

Language teacher since 1982 – for International House,

Teacher trainer since 1990 – for ELTE till 2005, Pázmány Péter Catholic University between2005-2008

International teacher training experience: Italy, Germany, Turkey

functions

Head of methodology ELTE-CETT 1998-2005, in-service teacher training co-ordinator ELTE-CETT 2002-2005

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient,  German: intermediate, French: basic

other projects and professional activities

in-service teacher training course design, mentor and trainer training.

Educational research

selected publications

(2006). with Kovács, E., Rádai,  P, Hazai osztálytermekben a világ Budapest: Tempus Közalapítvány

(2005). Az Angol Tanárképző Központ tündöklése … Pedagógusképzés, 2005/1

(2003). Tanártovábbképzés a School for International Training egyetemen. Vermont, USA,:  Interjú Szesztay Margittal.Pedagógusképzés  2003, 1-2

(2001). A Fling or the Love of my Life? Novelty 2001/1

(2001). The Teacher as Professional Atom  In: Mace, S. et al. (Eds.) Mentoring for the New Millennium. Kolozsvár: Napoca Star

(2000). The Teacher as Professional Atom. mELTing Pot , 2000/2

 

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/ReveszJudit.html

 

Christopher Ryan, resident lecturer / lektor

expertise 

Language teaching; pre- and in-service teacher training; mentoring and mentor-training; classroom-based research; language testing; curriculum and syllabus design; materials-writing.

classes taught

Language development; ELT methodology; classroom studies; Applied Linguistics

offers supervision in the following areas

All areas of ELT methodology; research (especially but not exclusively classroom-based) into teachers/teaching, learners/learning and professional development.

degrees

BA (Oxon.) Mediaeval French and Mediaeval History;

MSc (Edin.) Applied Linguistics

experience 

30+ years of language teaching (private schools, state secondary, tertiary); 15 years educational management (private and tertiary); 15+ years teacher training (ELTE BTK, TTK, freelance for British Council etc.)

functions

Co-ordinator, ANG 001/2 Language Proficiency Exam

languages 

English, French, Italian, Hungarian

current research

 

other projects and professional activities

Sub-editing ("lektoralas") of texts and translations, mainly in the fields of history, human rights and documentary film, as well as English language teaching, testing and methodology  materials, for various government bodies, quango's and ngo's.

selected publications

(1996). The delights and dangers of curricular reform. In: Medgyes, P. and A. Malderez (eds.), Changing perspectives in teacher education. Oxford: Heinemann.

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/RyanChristopher.html

 

Phil Saltmarsh, resident lecturer / lektor

expertise 

TEFL, TESL, ESP, EAP, one to one teaching. Exam preparation for Oxford, ARELS, TOEFL and Cambridge (FCE, CAE, CPE, IELTS). Materials design and language testing. Teacher training. Cultural studies. Literary translation. Music.

classes taught

Language Practice. Skills Development. English speaking cultures.

offers supervision in the following areas

British culture, using authentic materials, music and song in TEFL.

degrees

B.Sc. Geography, U.C. Wales, Aberystwyth 1975

R.S.A. Dip. TEFLA, I.T.T.C. Bournemouth 1986

experience 

Teaching EFL at all levels since 1981. Teacher training since 1989. University lecturer since 1991.

functions

Resident lecturer at ELTE since 1995.

languages 

English: native, Hungarian: reasonably proficient, Greek: moderate, French: moderate.

current research

Testing procedures

other projects and professional activities

Materials development for IELTS.

Literary translations of Hungarian folk songs and poetry.

selected publications

Language Editor:

(2004) Voices: A Collection of Working Papers. Zs. N. Tóth (Ed.). Budapest:

           ELTE.

 

Literary Translations of Hungarian Folk Songs:

(2001) Méta, Bétöltse szívedet… . Budapest: FECD 004.

(2002) Tükrös, Tükrös Tábor. Budapest: FECD 0005.

(2002) Zerkula és a Szigony zenekar. Budapest: FECD 006.

(2003) Nem megyünk a másvilágra. Győr: NDCD 001.

(2003) Zerkula János és… .Budapest: FECD 010.

(2004) Makám, Almanach. Budapest: FECD 018.

(2005) Majorosi Marianna, Jól gondold meg kislány… . Budapest: FECD 016.

(2005) Lakatos Róbert és a Rév, Hajnalodik. Budapest: FECD 019.

(2005) Szalóki Agi, Hallgató. Budapest: FECD 020.

(2006) Makám, Anzix. Budapest: FECD 009.

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/SaltmarshPhilip.html

 

 

   Szabó Éva, lecturer / adjunktus

expertise 

English language teaching, teacher training, teacher planning, classroom studies, syllabus use

classes taught

methodology, language practice, academic skills

offers supervision in the following areas

teaching language skills, classroom processes, textbook analysis, syllabus use

degrees

M. A. in English and Russian – ELTE 1989

Cert. of Advanced Studies – The Development and Management of English Language Education – University of Lancaster, UK, 1991

experience 

teacher and teacher trainer of EFL since 1990

assistant editor of  Hungarian-French Dictionary, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, 1997-1999

doctoral student at the ELTE Language Pedagogy Program since 1999

functions

coordinator of teaching practice  at Dept. of English for Teacher Education, 2004-2005

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, French: fluent, Russian: intermediate

current research

Researching the planning activity of Hungarian teachers of English at primary and secondary schools – PhD research

other projects and professional activities

 

publications http://seas3.elte.hu/cgi-bin/biblio.pl?name=SzaboEva&method=rc

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/cgi-bin/profile.pl?name=SzaboEva

 

Szabó Helga,  lecturer / adjunktus

expertise 

English language teaching, material and course design, one-to-one teaching, translation

classes taught

language practice,  grammar practice, listening and reading skills, conversation, language skills development, academic writing, translation, elective seminars in translation 

offers supervision in the following areas

translation, teaching EFL

degrees

M.A. in English and Russian language and literature - ELTE 1982

experience 

EFL teacher since 1982, (teaching at both secondary and tertiary levels)

teacher trainer at ELTE (DETE, CETT) since 1998

translator

functions

Co-ordinating language practice teachers and exams

Co-ordinator of the outgoing college degree programme

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, German: fluent, Russian: fluent

current research

Translation and ideology

other projects and professional activities

PhD course in Translation Studies

selected publications

 http://seas3.elte.hu/cgi-bin/biblio.pl?name=SzaboHelga&method=rc

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/SzaboHelga.html

 

 Szesztay Margit, PhD,   lecturer / adjunktus

expertise 

English language teaching, classroom observation, teacher training, professional language development for teachers, group dynamics, group facilitation, learning by heart

classes taught

language practice, language development, methodology, elective seminars in methodology and language pedagogy, classroom studies, group facilitation, professional language for teachers

offers supervision in the following areas

teacher development, group dynamics, group facilitation, teacher training, ELT methodology

degrees

M.A. in Hungarian and English language and literature – ELTE 1982

M.Ed. in Teacher Training for ELT – Exeter 1992

PhD in Education 2001 – Exeter

experience 

teacher and teacher trainer of ELT since 1982, work with teacher associations

functions

1996-1998 Coordinator of a network of teacher educators in Hungary

2003-2006 Associates’ Coordinator of IATEFL International

2001-2005 Committee member of IATEFL Hungary

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, Spanish: basic, German:basic

current research

 Group facilitation

other projects and professional activities

Designing and running courses on ‘Interactive Teaching in Higher Education’

Fulbright lecturer at the School for International Training, Vermont (2001-2002)

Course Director at British Council Summer Course for Teachers (Hungary 2003, Brazil 2005)

publications

http://www.doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=192&sz_ID=2834

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/staff/profiles/SzeszatyMargit.html

 

Trébits Anna assistant lecturer / tanársegéd

expertise 

English language teaching, teaching business and EU English, discourse analysis, corpus linguistics: corpus design (Corpus of EU English) and computer-aided corpus analysis, data-driven activities, individual differences in language learning, psycholinguistics, methodology, needs analysis,

EFL/ESP materials development

classes taught

BA courses: language practice

MA courses: content-based language development, EU Institutional English

Rethinking America – Social and cultural issues in the US; Methodology lecture series: Corpus linguistics and materials design

offers supervision in the following areas

psycholinguistic aspects of language learning and performance, individual differences in language learning, early linguistic and conceptual development, bilingualism, corpus linguistics, materials design, ESP course development

degrees

M.A. in English language and literature with TESOL qualification,   ELTE, 2001

M.A. In French language and literature, ELTE, 2001

European studies certificate, Université de Luxembourg, 1998

PhD in Language Pedagogy, ELTE, 2011

experience 

Teacher of EFL and French as a foreign language since 2001;

Researcher since 2006;

Teacher of EU English since 2003;

Examiner of the Language Proficiency Test of English for Diplomacy at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs;

Examiner of ITK-ORIGO between 2002 and 2006.

 

languages 

Hungarian:  native, English: proficient, French: proficient, Portuguese:  intermediate reading skills, Russian: intermediate reading skills, German:       basic, Latin: basic

current research

1., Bilingual linguistic and conceptual development in children – this is an unfunded research project that aims to uncover how bilingualism/early L2 learning affects language acquisition and cognitive development in young children. This research brings together two important lines of inquiry, namely the study of early cognitive development and early L2 learning in the under 7 set.

2., Task complexity and spoken and written task performance – as an extension of my PhD research, I continue to analyze the interaction of cognitive task complexity and individual differences in working memory, aptitude and anxiety in L2 task performance. 

3., The most frequent phrasal verbs in spoken and written English – this research focuses on one of the most difficult aspects of EFL/ESL learning/teaching.

other projects and professional activities

development of the EU English course book series published by Klett Publishing together with Marta Fischer

publications

http://seas3.elte.hu/cgi-bin/biblio.pl?name=TrebitsAnna&method=rc

link to "staff profile" on the seas3 page (contact, courses, publications)

http://seas3.elte.hu/cgi-bin/profile.pl?name=TrebitsAnna

 

 

 

 

Former CETT colleagues' contribution and influence has also helped form DELP. They are:

 

 

Árva Valéria                      

(1991 – 2005)

David Puddiford           

(1990 – 1992)

 

Balajtiné Fischer Andrea 

(1991 – 2005)

Ruth Petzold                

(1993 – 1997)

 

Caroline Bodoczky          

(1990 – 1996)

Rádai Péter                  

(1991 – 2005)

 

Csomay Enikö                 

(1992 – 1996)

Révész Judit                

(1990 – 2005)

 

Gál Éva                           

(1995 – 2002)

Róna Annamária          

(1990 – 2005)

 

Joy Griffith                       

(1991 – 1994)

Sillár Barbara               

(1992 – 2005)

 

Hudák Ilona                     

(1991 – 2005)

Trevor Shanklin           

(1992 – 1996)

 

Angi Malderez                   

(1991 – 1996)

Szigeti Ildikó                 

(1993 – 1994)

 

Brian McGuire                 

(1996 – 1998)

Szerdahelyi Judit          

(1991 – 1995)

 

Miklósy Katalin                

(1992 – 2005)

Takács Kati                  

(1990 – 1993)

 

Robert Meyer                   

(1991 - 1993)

Sarah Thurrell              

(1991 – 1997)

 

Sharon Moya                    

(1994 – 1997)

Vojtkó Eszter                

(1991 - 1993)

 

Bonita Plymale                

(1990 – 1991)

Walkó Zsuzsanna          

(1993 – 2005)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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