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Working Papers in Language Pedagogy

School of English and American Studies - Eötvös Loránd University

Rákóczi út 5, 1088 Budapest, Hungary  tel.: (36-1)4855200 / ext. 4424   langped@seas3.elte.hu

HU  ISSN  1789 - 3607

 

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Volume 10 - 2016

Volume   9 - 2015

Volume   8 - 2014

Volume   7 - 2013

Volume   6 - 2012

Volume   5 - 2011

Volume   4 - 2010

Volume   3 - 2009

Volume   2 - 2008

Volume   1 - 2007

Author Index

Content Index

Call for papers

Style sheet & sample

 

Link to:

PhD in Language Pedagogy

 

 

 

Content index by volume

 

Volume 10 - 2016:

 

Miklós Kontra: Ups and downs in English language teacher education in Hungary in the last half century

 

Juliana Patricia Llanes Sanchez: The emergence of cultural content in the professional development of in-service teachers of Spanish

 

Katalin Piniel, Kata Csizér, Sevda R. Khudiyeva, and Yuliya Gafiatulina: A comparison of Hungarian and Kazakh university students’ language learning profiles

 

Ágota Szűcs and Ármin Kövér: Reading skills involved in guided summary writing: A case study

 

Mehri Izadi and Mohsen Zare: Reticence in EFL speech production: A study of learners’ anxiety and vocabulary knowledge

 

 

Volume 9 - 2015:

 

Csaba Kálmán: The Teacher's Role in Generating and maintaining the motivation of Adult Learners of English in a corporate environment: a Pilot Study

 

Ármin Kövér and Ágota Szűcs: The Motivation Processes of MA in English Applied Linguistics Students

 

Dávid Smid: MA Students' Foreign Language Learning Motivation and Autonomy in an International Learning Context

 

David Juhasz: EFL Teacher Trainer Beliefs and Practices at a Hungarian University - Validating Instruments for a Pilot Study

 

Emese Boksay Pap: The Multilingual Inner Discourse of Vietnamese-Hungarian Bilinguals in Solving an L3 Problem-Solution Task: An Exploratory Study

 

 

Volume 8 - 2014:

 

Robert B. Kaplan: Is a Metaphor Merely a Metaphor?

 

Alexandra Bakó: Methodological Considerations in Constructing a Theoretical Framework of Terminological Awareness in Healthcare Communication

 

Kata Vadai: Possible Ways to Develop Foreign Language Learners' Critical Language Awareness: A Case Study

 

Adrienn Károly: Translating EU Texts in the English BA Programme: Exploring Teachers’ Views and Practice

 

Esther Gutierrez Eugenio: Assessing L3 Teachers’ Beliefs about Multilingualism: Building, Fine-tuning and Validating a Trilingual Questionnaire

 

Uwe Pohl and Judit Révész: Training to Become a Mentor: Hungarian EFL Teachers' Personal Discoveries

 

 

Volume 7 - 2013:

 

Mária Adorján: Explorations in Lexical Repetition Analysis: The Outcomes of Manual vs. Computer Automated Research Methods

 

Natália Borza: Register Analysis of English Biology Texts: A Corpus-Based Exploratory Study of Grammar

 

Emese Bukor: The Impact of Personal and Professional Experiences: Holistic Exploration of Teacher Identity

 

Krisztina Nagy-Váci: Alternative Learning Plots: A Narrative Inquiry into Teachers’ Competence Building in the Classroom

 

Viktória Lázár: Achievements and Attributions in the Context of Acquiring English as a Foreign Language: Learner Beliefs

 

Dávid Juhász: Re-routing in Europe: The Key to Successful Communication as a Truck Driver with Limited Language Competence

 

 

Volume 6 - 2012:

 

Rita Kóris: Adventures into the Unknown: A Pilot Interview Study on Business English Teachers' Specialized Competencies and Attributes

 

Bálint Feyér: Investigating Hungarian EFL Learners' Comprehension of and Attitudes towards Speech Varieties of English: A Two-phase Study

 

Andrea Koltai: Exploring Student Motivation: Teaching Students Specializing in EU English

 

Júlia Bosnyák and Nikolett Gáncs: The Motivational Disposition of English Language Teacher Trainees

 

Negah Allahyar and Ahmad Nazari: Potentiality of Vygotsky's Sociocultural Theory in Exploring the Role of Teacher Perceptions, Expectations and Interaction Strategies

 

 

Volume 5 - 2011:

Borbála Kálmos: Language Learner Errors and Dyslexia: A Tale of Unlikely Parallels

Francis J. Prescott: Validating a Long Qualitative Interview Schedule

Zsuzsa Tóth: Foreign Language Anxiety and Advanced EFL Learners: An Interview Study

Adrienn Károly: Exploring Learners’ Needs and Expectations: Translating EU Texts in an English Bachelor’s Programme at a Hungarian College

Andrea Juhász: Native EFL Teachers’ Self-Perception of their Teaching Behaviour: A Qualitative Study

Ágnes Kovács: The Role of Social Environment in the Formation of Adult English Language Learners’ Attitudes to Learning English: A Pilot Study 

Réka Asztalos: Students’ Disposition towards the Use of Computers and the Internet in Language Learning: The Results of a Pilot Study

Brigitta Dóczi: Comparing the Vocabulary Learning Strategies of High School and University Students: A Pilot Study

 

Volume 4 - 2010:

 

Éva Illés and Kata Csizér: Secondary School Students’ Contact Experiences and Dispositions towards English as an International Language – A Pilot Study

 

Uwe Pohl and Margit Szesztay: Understanding Group Energy in University Language Classes

 

Ildikó Szendrői: Teacher Talk in The ESP Classroom – The Results of a Pilot Observation Study Conducted in the Tourism Context

 

Éva Barta: Test Takers’ Listening Comprehension Sub-Skills and Strategies

 

Beatrix Henkel: Ukrainian and English Motivational Self System of Minority Learners in Transcarpathia

 

 

Volume 3 - 2009:

 

Réka Jablonkai: “In The Light Of”: A Corpus-Based Analysis of Lexical Bundles in Two EU-Related Registers

 

Mátyás Bánhegyi: The Translator’s Ideology and the Reproduction of Superstructure

 

Gyöngyi Boldog: Pronominal This: Deictic of Commitment

 

Helga Dorner and Éva Major: Evolving Collaboration among Teacher Trainees – Analysis of Collaborative Discourse

 

Borbála Rieger:  Hungarian University Students’ Beliefs about Language Learning: A Questionnaire Study

 

Dorottya Holló and Nóra Németh: Ten Years On: Applying the Lessons of a Research Project in Thinking about the Practicalities of Research Design

 

 

Volume 2 - 2008:

 

Gyula Tankó & Gergely J. Tamási: A Comprehensive Taxonomy of Argumentative Thesis Statements: A Preliminary Pilot Study

 

Ildikó Furka: The Curriculum Vitae and the Motivational Letter: A Rhetorical and Cultural Analysis

 

Anna Trébits: English Lexis in the Documents of the European Union – A Corpus-Based Exploratory Study

 

Zsuzsa Tóth: A Foreign Language Anxiety Scale for Hungarian Learners of English

 

Gabriella Mezei: Motivation and Self-regulated Learning: A Case Study of a Pre-intermediate and an Upper-intermediate Adult Student

 

Ilona Huszti: The Micro Level of Reading Miscues: Case Studies of Six Learners

 

Adrienn Menyhárt: Teachers or Lecturers? The Motivational Profile of University Teachers of English

 

 

Volume 1 - 2007:

 

Zsuzsanna Walkó: EFL Research Articles through the Lens of Pragmatic Politeness

 

Francis Prescott: Organizational Strategies in the Writing of Entry-Level University Students

 

Dávid Veljanovszki: Students’ Academic Speech Events as Seen by Students and Teachers in a

Hungarian EFL Setting

 

Jasmina Sazdovska: A Three-Phase Discourse Analysis of Student Business Presentations

 

Klára Bereczky: Marking Logical Connection in Presentations

 

Gordon Dobson: The Textual Representation of a Political Paradigm Shift: A Critical Discourse

Analysis of Two Election Manifestos

 

Stefka Barócsi: The Role of Observation in Professional Development in Foreign Language Teacher Education

 

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