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The courses in the 2017 spring term

are as follows:

 

 

Compulsory courses are marked in bold.

Classrooms are to be finalised in February.

The courses are held on Thursdays:

 

time

 

 

8.45 –10.15 /

8.55 –10.25

8.45-10.15

How to write and publish a research

paper? – Károly Krisztina  r. 440

8.55 –10.25

Focus on the Teacher - Illés Éva  r. 308

 

10.30-12

Advanced Statistics – Csizér Kata

r. 307

Qualitative Res – Kontra Edit r. 305

 

 

12.10-13.40

 

Research Seminar 2 -

Csizér Kata    r. 307

Research Seminar 4 - Holló Dorottya  r. 406

 

14.00 -15.30

 

Second language motivation 
Csizér Kata 
r. 307

 

 

15.30-17

- Focus on Listening – Király Zsolt r.  407  

 

 

Two further courses on different days are:

ESP discourse – Károly Krisztina → Wednesday, 10-11:30 r.408

Written Discourse – Tankó Gyula → Monday 8-9:30, r.430

Teaching starts on 16 February.

 

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Planned timetable for autumn 2017:

 

 

time

 

 

8.30 –10

Focus on the Learner   - Kontra Edit  r. 305?

 

 

10.15-11.45

Research Seminar 1   - Károly Krisztina  r. 444?

 Research Seminar 3

- Holló Dorottya  r. 406

 

12-13.30

 

Research Design and Statistics

- Csizér Kata r. 307

- English-Hungarian Interlanguage – Dávid Gergely r. 412

 

- Educational Policy – Major Éva r. 403?

 

- Investigating individual differences in language learning from a dynamic systems perspective – Brózik Piniel Katalin r. 430  

 

14.00 -15.30

 

- Structural equation modelling – Csizér Kata r. 307

- Group facilitation – Szesztay Margit

 

 

 

Electives planned for spring 2018:

How to give lectures - Medgyes

How to write and publish a research paper - Károly

Writing Professional ELT materials – Király

Researching English for Academic Purposes –Tankó

These may be subject to change!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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