University of Pécs

Faculty of Humanities
INSTITUTE OF ENGLISH STUDIES

 

Réka Lugossy Conferences

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Réka Lugossy - Conference Papers

Exploring teachers’ beliefs on YILL. University of Pécs Roundtable Empirical Studies in English Applied Linguistics. Pécs, 2010.

 

Research into teachers’ beliefs and practices. International Conference on Early Foreign Language Learning in Educational Contexts, Bari, 25-26 March 2010.

 

A teachers’ change overnight: Research into teacher development. University of Pécs Roundtable Empirical Studies in English Applied Linguistics. Pécs, 2009.

 

„The Little Mole Who Knew It Was None of His Business:” Comparing teachers’ beliefs and practice. Baranya Megyei Pedagógiai Központ Továbbképző Konferenciája. Árpád Fejedelem Gimnázium. Pécs, 2008.

 

„I will think about this:” A case study on the development of a lower-primary school teacher of English. University of Pécs Roundtable Empirical Studies in English Applied Linguistics. Pécs, 2008.

 

Research into young learners’ teachers’ beliefs and practices.” Linking English Language Programs with Mission Objectives. Budapest, 2007.

 

Real picture books in the lives of young EFL learners and their teachers.TEMOLAYOLE Conference: Research into teaching modern languages to young learners. Pécs, 2007.

 

„Speaking of gifts...” Oxford Christmas Conference. Pécs, 2006.

 

Shaping teachers’ beliefs through narratives. University of Pécs Roundtable Empirical Studies in English Applied Linguistics. Pécs, 2006.

 

Browsing and borrowing your way to motivation with young learners through picture books, International Conference on Learning English through Picture Books, Munich, 2004.

 

The Cognitive Affective and Linguistic Impact of Stories on Young EFL Learners, International Conference on Young Learners. Osijek, 2002.

 

Autentikus anyagok a nyelvórán: a pécsi Real Books Project. A gyermekirodalom helye a magyar felsőoktatásban. ELTE Idegennyelvi Lektorátus, Budapest, 2001.

 

Teacher and learner strategies for making sense of stories. IATEFL Hungary, Győr, 1999.

 

Staff Development Project at JPU. Resources Pool Project of the British Council Budapest, 1998.

 

English through picture books. Teachers’ Resource Centre, Pécs, 1997.

 

Culture through songs in the language classroom. Magyar MacMillan, Budapest, 1996.

 

Classroom communication. Oxford University Press Conference, Pécs, 1996.

 

Using literature in the language classroom. Oxford University Press Conference, Pécs, 1996.

 

„Try the Wardrobe” - Ideas for the application of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. IATEFL Hungary, Eger, 1996.

 

„Who on earth was Joe Nah?” - Content-based language practice at JPU. Husse 2, Debrecen, 1995.

 

Go Joseph - Using songs in the language classroom. IATEFL Hungary, Szombathely, 1995.

 

"I read what I liked" or: "Ten minutes of heaven" - Reading for pleasure in the reading class. University of  Zagreb Roundtable, Empirical Studies in english Applied Linguistics. Zagreb, 2012.

 

Retelling the story: Constructing teachers' knowledge through narratives. English for Young Learners - Forum, Uppsala University, 2012.

 

Exploring teacher's development through narrative inquiry. UPRT: 2009: Empirical studies in English applied linguistics.