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    ELTE, DEAL, BA Thesis topics 

    BA thesis topics offered by the Department of English Applied Linguistics

     

    Albert, Ágnes 

     

    1. The role of student beliefs in language learning 

    2. The changing construct of language learning aptitude 

    3. Investigating the relationship between working memory and language learning success 

    4. Tasks and language learning: Task characteristics influencing performance on tasks 

    5. Differences between child and adult language learners: A psycholinguistic perspective 

    6. Bilingualism: Possible advantages and disadvantages

     

    Csizér, Kata 

     

    1. The role of motivation in adult second language acquisition 

    2. Teacher motivation as a source of student motivation 

    3. The relationship between second language learning motivation and learner autonomy 

    4. Conceptualizing self-regulation in foreign language learning

     

    Dóczi, Brigitta 

     

    1. The comparison of two monolingual (online) dictionaries

    2. Features of business English

    3. Comparing the vocabulary of two English language course books

    4. Features of science journalism in English

    5. Aspects of vocabulary knowledge: breadth and depth

    6. Features of spoken and written grammar

     

    Eitler, Tamás 

     

    1. Social class and language use across Inner-Circle Englishes (NZ, Australia, UK, USA, Canada, Rep. of SA) 

    2. Dublin English social varieties: fashionable Dublin 4/DART, RTE/standard, traditional local north of Liffey 

    and the Liberties 

    3. Tendencies in urban dialects in Britain/Australia/the USA 

    4. East Asian New Englishes: Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, India 

    5. Constructing Male as silly in advertisements: a multimodal analysis 

     

    Illés, Éva 

     

    1. Pragmatics and translation

    2. Issues in English as a lingua franca 

    3. Analysing legal English

    4. Pragmatic approach to discourse analysis

    5. The application of pragmatic theories in various contexts of use

     

    Kontra, Edit 

     

    1. Special Needs Learners in Foreign Language Education

    2. The Two-facedness of Waivers in Foreign Language Teaching

    3. Deaf Students Learning English as a Foreign Language in Europe: An Overview

     

    Németh, Nóra 

     

    1. The role of information and communication technologies (ICT) in language learning. 

    2. Gamification theory and language learning. 

    3. E-learning and language learning. 

    4. Adult language learning strategies. 

    5. M-learning and language learning. 

    6. The role of social networks in language learning. 

     

    Piniel, Katalin 

     

    1. What determines language learners' willingness to communicate?

    2. How does language anxiety exert its influence at the different stages of learning?

    3. Language testing and anxiety - how are they linked?

    4. What determines self-efficacy in language learning?

    5. How do individual variables in language learning interact? Choose two ID variables.

    6. Why should teachers be aware of individual differences in the language classroom?

     

    Prescott, Frank 

     

    1. The autonomous learner in the 21st century

    2. Dumb and dumber - do the digital media make us more stupid?

    3. Social networking and language learning

    4. How Web 2.0 has changed language teaching (or not!)

    5. The changing face of the media in the 21st century

     

    Takacs, Julius 

     

    1. The virtual classroom: will modern internet technology replace “brick and mortar” universities?

    2. The nature of culture, language, and styles of thinking in translating Hungarian into English.

    3. The personal essay genre: a question of form and style--does it have one?3

    4. Modern language teaching methodologies: can be used to teach ancient Greek and / or Latin?

    5. The benefits of language teaching using the grammar-translation method.

     

    Tankó, Gyula 

     

    1. Genre analysis: A comparative discussion

    2. Guided summary writing & language skills

    3. Developing summary writing skills: A comparative analysis of approaches

    4. Argumentation: refutation and/or concession in essay writing

    5. Summary as a language test task

     

    Tiboldi, Tímea 

     

    1. Advertising in English

    2. Self-regulation in the media

    3. Censorship in the media

    4. Media manipulation

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