Australian Studies Programme  

School of English and American Studies - Eötvös Loránd University   

1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 5. office 406,  phone: (36-1) 485 52 00 extension 4399, email: ausprog[at]seas3.elte.hu     

 

 

 

other Australian Programs in Hungary:

 

Teaching staff of the Programme:

 

Accessibility:

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office tel.ext. email For contact details and office hours please go to:

Holló Dorottya, PhD assoc. prof./docens

programme co-ordinator

406 4399 hollo.dorottya[at]btk.elte.hu http://delp.elte.hu/staffdirectory.htm#Hollo%20Dorottya 
Gall, Cecilia, resident lecturer/lektor 406 4399 gall.cecilia[at]yahoo.com

http://delp.elte.hu/staffdirectory.htm#Gall,%20Cecilia 

Tankó Gyula, PhD  lect/adjunktus 430 4384 tanko.gyula[at]btk.elte.hu http://deal.elte.hu/pages/faculty_staff.html#TGy
Tiboldi Tímea, PhD lect/adjunktus 453 4388 tiboldi.timea[at]btk.elte.hu http://deal.elte.hu/pages/faculty_staff.html#TT

 

Details:

 

Holló DorottyaPhD,  habil., associate professor / docens

 

expertise 

English language teaching, teaching culture through language, intercultural communication, oral communication, cross cultural rhetoric, 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 language pedagogy,

classes taught

intercultural communication, 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 Department of English Applied Linguistics 1994-2005

languages 

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

selected publications

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

 

Articles concerning Australian Studies:

 

(2012) Tolerance education and Australian Studies at the School of English and American Studies at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. TOPOS: Journal of Space and Humanities 1: (1) pp. 61-74.

available: http://toposjournal.hu/index.php?option=com_phocadownload&view=category&download=18:tolerance-education-and-australian-studies-at-the-school-of-english-and-american-studies-at-eoetvoes-lorand-university-budapest&id=3:201201&Itemid=79&lang=hu

 

(2009). Ausztrál Stúdiumok az ELTE Angol-Amerikai Intézetében, In: Frank Tibor & Károly Krisztina (Eds.) Anglisztika és Amerikanisztika – Magyar kutatások az ezredfordulón. Budapest: Tinta Kiadó, pp. 433-438.

 

 

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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

resident lecturer 

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. 

 

 

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Tankó GyulaPhD,  lecturer / adjunktus

expertise 

Teaching and testing writing skills. Genre analysis.

 

classes taught

Language Practice, Language Development, Academic Skills, Advanced Academic Skills, Methodology of Teaching and Testing Writing Skills

offers supervision in the following areas

Genre analysis.

Teaching Writing Skills.

Testing Writing Skills.

degrees

MA in English Language and Literature, ELTE, 1998.

PhD in Language Pedagogy, ELTE, 2006.

experience 

taught English in primary and secondary institutions of education, taught at Berzsenyi College, taught English for Specific Purposes for diplomats, taught in the Australian Studies Programme (DEAL, ELTE), co-founded a language school and taught English for age groups ranging from 12 to 80, worked for Sulinet and trained secondary school teachers in CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning), member of the examinations reform team of British Council Hungary (materials design, training teachers of English in rating student’s written work, see: http://www.examsreform.hu/).

functions

Co-ordinator of the 100 and 200 Academic Skills Courses.

Co-ordinator of the 299 Comprehensive Examination.

languages 

Hungarian: native, English: proficient, Romanian: fluent, French: basic.

selected publications

http://deal.elte.hu/pages/staffpubl/tankogy.doc

 

current research

The rhetorical structure of argumentative texts

Corpus based analysis of student writing

Test item writing

 

 

 

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Tiboldi TímeaPhD, lecturer / adjunktus

expertise 

Academic skills, Media studies, EU studies, Business English, English for specific purposes, Methodology of teaching English as a foreign language,

classes taught

Academic skills, Media studies, EU studies,

offers supervision in the following areas

Topics related to Media Studies, EU issues and Australian civilisation

degrees

MA in English Language and Literature, ELTE, 1994.

MA Economics, College of Foreign Trade, Budapest, 1996.

MA in Portuguese Language and Literature, ELTE, 1997.

MA in Media Studies ELTE, 1998.

PhD in Education, ELTE

experience 

Lecturer at the Department of English Applied Linguistics since 1996.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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