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    SESSION 1

    (20 min + 10 min discussion)    

    Vállalati nyelvoktatás/

    Corporate ESP

    ESP research

    10:05-10:35

     

    10:35-11:05

     

     

    11:05-11:35

     

     

    11:35-12:05

    Muhi, Gabriella: Mi kell a munkahelynek?

     

    Seidl-Péch, Olívia: Szinonímák helyett ismétlés

     

    TBASazdovska,  Jasmina: Business ESP in the 21st century

                     

    Soproni, Zsuzsa: What can the companion to the CEFR do for you?

    Öveges, Enikő; Csizér, Kata; Albert, Ágnes: Investigation of foreign language education in Hungarian vocational schools

     

    Illés, Éva: ESP in the changing world

     

    Nagy, Nóra: Making semantic waves in art exhibition reviews

     

    Toptsi, Jamil: Engineering success

     

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    13:00-14:00 Plenary:  Sazdovska,  JasminaMacArthur,: ESP in the 21st centuryJen  (in English/angolul) (Room 414)

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    Room 431

    Room 438

    SESSION 2

    (20 min + 10 min discussion)

    Occupational ESP

    Vocational ESP

    14:00-14:30

     

    14:30-15:00

     

    15:00-15:30

     

    15:30-15:45

     

    15:45-16:15

     

    16:15-16-45

    Tankó, Gyula: English for diplomatic purposes
     
     

    TBAVandergraf, Colin:English for the military

    Borza, Natália: Tailoring English for Legal Academic Purposes

    Coffee break

     

    Tóth, Sabina; Vida, Nikolett: Teaching Maths in English

    Bakti, Mária: L2 motivation and ESP in primary CLIL

    Bakó, Alexandra: Including the ELF aspect in healthcare

     

    Szálteleki, Szilvia: T&E method

    Eszenyi, Réka; Dóczi, Brigitta: Buzz words in today’s translation industry

    Coffee break

     

    Götz, Andrea: The role of discourse markers in interpreted English

    Tartsay Németh, Nóra: MOOCs in translation studies

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    Version from 15:06, 12 Jul 2019

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      Room 431 Room 438

    SESSION 1

    (20 min + 10 min discussion)    

    Vállalati nyelvoktatás/

    Corporate ESP

    ESP research

    10:05-10:35

     

    10:35-11:05

     

     

    11:05-11:35

     

     

    11:35-12:05

    Muhi, Gabriella: Mi kell a munkahelynek?

     

    Seidl-Péch, Olívia: Szinonímák helyett ismétlés

     

    Sazdovska,  Jasmina: Business ESP in the 21st century

                     

    Soproni, Zsuzsa: What can the companion to the CEFR do for you?

    Öveges, Enikő; Csizér, Kata; Albert, Ágnes: Investigation of foreign language education in Hungarian vocational schools

     

    Illés, Éva: ESP in the changing world

     

    Nagy, Nóra: Making semantic waves in art exhibition reviews

     

    Toptsi, Jamil: Engineering success

     

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    13:00-14:00 Plenary: MacArthur, Jen (in English/angolul) (Room 414)

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    Room 431

    Room 438

    SESSION 2

    (20 min + 10 min discussion)

    Occupational ESP

    Vocational ESP

    14:00-14:30

     

    14:30-15:00

     

    15:00-15:30

     

    15:30-15:45

     

    15:45-16:15

     

    16:15-16-45

    Tankó, Gyula: English for diplomatic purposes

     

    Vandergraf, Colin:English for the military

    Borza, Natália: Tailoring English for Legal Academic Purposes

    Coffee break

     

    Tóth, Sabina; Vida, Nikolett: Teaching Maths in English

    Bakti, Mária: L2 motivation and ESP in primary CLIL

    Bakó, Alexandra: Including the ELF aspect in healthcare

     

    Szálteleki, Szilvia: T&E method

    Eszenyi, Réka; Dóczi, Brigitta: Buzz words in today’s translation industry

    Coffee break

     

    Götz, Andrea: The role of discourse markers in interpreted English

    Tartsay Németh, Nóra: MOOCs in translation studies

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    Version as of 13:29, 22 Aug 2019

    This revision modified by nemethn (Ban)

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      Room 431 Room 438

    SESSION 1

    (20 min + 10 min discussion)    

    Vállalati nyelvoktatás/

    Corporate ESP

    ESP research

    10:05-10:35

     

    10:35-11:05

     

     

    11:05-11:35

     

     

    11:35-12:05

    Muhi, Gabriella: Mi kell a munkahelynek?

     

    Seidl-Péch, Olívia: Szinonímák helyett ismétlés

     

    TBA

                     

    Soproni, Zsuzsa: What can the companion to the CEFR do for you?

    Öveges, Enikő; Csizér, Kata; Albert, Ágnes: Investigation of foreign language education in Hungarian vocational schools

     

    Illés, Éva: ESP in the changing world

     

    Nagy, Nóra: Making semantic waves in art exhibition reviews

     

    Toptsi, Jamil: Engineering success

     

    ...

    13:00-14:00 Plenary: Sazdovska,  Jasmina: ESP in the 21st century (in English/angolul) (Room 414)

    ...

     

    Room 431

    Room 438

    SESSION 2

    (20 min + 10 min discussion)

    Occupational ESP

    Vocational ESP

    14:00-14:30

     

    14:30-15:00

     

    15:00-15:30

     

    15:30-15:45

     

    15:45-16:15

     

    16:15-16-45

    Tankó, Gyula: English for diplomatic purposes
     

    TBA

    Borza, Natália: Tailoring English for Legal Academic Purposes

    Coffee break

     

    Tóth, Sabina; Vida, Nikolett: Teaching Maths in English

    Bakti, Mária: L2 motivation and ESP in primary CLIL

    Bakó, Alexandra: Including the ELF aspect in healthcare

     

    Szálteleki, Szilvia: T&E method

    Eszenyi, Réka; Dóczi, Brigitta: Buzz words in today’s translation industry

    Coffee break

     

    Götz, Andrea: The role of discourse markers in interpreted English

    Tartsay Németh, Nóra: MOOCs in translation studies

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