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 Post subject: Bridge Day 4!!!
PostPosted: Sat Mar 07, 2009 2:53 pm 
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Dear All,

We would like to invite you to the 4th Bridge Day event, now focusing on Music as such and everything in connection with it: DELP staff choir, various songs, rhythm games, funny quizzes of evergreen hits, improvisation with whatever you come up with (and whatever you bring along), an introduction to the secret of rugby songs by Christopher Ryan, a guitar performance and whatever you come up with!

Date: Thursday, 2 April, 4 pm
Venue: R5, DELP Zsibongó (4th floor)
Please bring some biscuits and soft drinks!

The organisers: Uwe Pohl, the DELP and SEAS students
*~*~*~*
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 Post subject: Sign language!
PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 12:39 am 
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"Jelnyelvi tanfolyam indul siket jelnyelvi oktatóval március közepén az
"Esélyegyenlőség a nyelvtanulásban" projekt szervezésében. Órák kedden
este 5-től 8-ig. Jelentkezés e-mailben: deal@seas3.elte.hu, vagy
személyesen az Angol Alkalmazott Nyelvészeti Tanszéken Szilágyi
Erzsébetnél: R5 306-os szoba. A tanfolyam térítésmentes. Várunk
minden, a siketek nyelve, kultúrája, és kétnyelvű oktatása iránt
komolyan érdeklődő jelentkezőt, különösen azokat az elsőéves BA
hallgatókat, akiket érdekel a közeljövőben induló 50 kredites magyar
jelnyelvi specializáció."


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 Post subject: Carol Singing
PostPosted: Sat Nov 22, 2008 7:56 pm 
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DELP organises a Christmas Carol Singing afternoon on Tuesday, 9 December between 2 and 3pm.

:) Please come! ;)

:mrgreen: :wink:


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 Post subject: Literary Supplement
PostPosted: Sat Nov 22, 2008 7:55 pm 
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November 27-én csütörtökön délután 3-kor az ír nagykövet, Martin Greene lesz az Anglisztika tanszék vendége, aki az írekről, a kultúra recepciójáról és egyéb érdekes dolgokról fog beszélni a Literary Supplement délutánok megnyitó eseménye keretében.
Több részletet majd később! Gyertek el!
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Angol SzHÉK


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 Post subject: Announcement of the DEAL
PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2008 10:26 pm 
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Az Angol Alkalmazott Nyelvészeti Tanszék gyakornoki pályázatot hirdet a 2008-2009-es tanévre


A gyakornokok feladata elsőéves tudományos íráskészség órák tartása gyakorlott főállású oktató mellett heti 2 órában.
Pályázatot benyújthat minden angol szakos hallgató, aki legalább 6 lezárt egyetemi félévvel rendelkezik és az ANN-299-es szigorlaton legalább 4-es osztályzatot kapott.

A pályázat benyújtásához a következők szükségesek:
- önéletrajz telefon (és email) elérhetőség megjelölésével
- rövid kísérőlevél, melyben a jelölt leírja, miért jelentkezik
- két, az Angol Alkalmazott Nyelvészeti Tanszéken
oktató tanár ajánlása (e-mail is megfelel)
- indexmásolat, melyen az angol szakon eddig megszerzett
jegyek láthatóak

A pályázatot kérjük 2008. június 10-ig benyújtani a tanszéki irodában Szilágyi Erzsébetnek. ( III. em 306.) A pályázat alapján kiválasztott jelentkezők szóbeli meghallgatáson vesznek majd részt, melynek időpontjáról telefonon vagy emailben küldünk értesítést.


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 Post subject: Australia Day
PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 8:54 pm 
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Dear All,

We would like to invite you to the 3rd Bridge Day event, now presenting Australia with a didgeridoo performance, a geographical overview, a hint of 'the aboriginal', the Official Australian PM Apology Speech, 'My Australian Experience', Aboriginal Land Rights and a quiz.
Date: Thursday, 12 June at 4-7 pm
Venue: R5, DELP zsibongó (4th floor)
Please bring some biscuits and soft drinks! If you bring ANZAC biscuit, you will be rewarded! ;)

The organisers: Uwe Pohl, Cecília Gall, Dorottya Holló, Gyula Tankó, the English Student Representative Committee and many others


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 Post subject: Scholarly Circle
PostPosted: Thu Apr 24, 2008 7:19 pm 
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The Department of English Studies at ELTE is proud to announce the Student Scholarly Circle discussion of Márton Moór's paper: "The Reader as a Fellow Detective: Agatha Christie's The Mysterious Affair at Styles".
Venue and time: 29 April, 3 pm, Rm 414.
The paper can be read on the homepage of the AngolPark (http://seas3.elte.hu/angolpark/)
Everyone is welcome!
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 Post subject: Re: Announcements of the English SzHÉK
PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 11:07 am 
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Meisei Summer School Project

Our partner University in Japan is sponsoring a two-week stay in Japan for one student of English to participate in their Summer School Project.
Program details:
"Meisei Summer School is a two-week project for Meisei students and foreign partner students to teach English to local children.
Preliminary schedule :
Arrival of the students. at the Takahata Fudo station in Tokyo (An information packet will be sent to participants in early June.)
Week One: Preparation for the program (materials development and teaching practice)
Week Two: Teaching children
Check out.
Meisei will pay for the flight ticket. The selected students will need to buy ticket and bring a receipt to Meisei. Meisei will refund the expense. The student with other participants will stay in our guest-house. The place does not have a private room but is very nicely built and designed. All meals will be provided by Meisei. We will create a kitchen team that will be assigned to cook food. Last year we had foreign participants from 5 different countries. "
Hiro Tanaka
Meisei University
Requirements:
- Completed Methodology One Course
- Some teaching experience
- Good teaching skills
- Excellent English
- References (2 pcs)
- Basic knowledge of Japanese is an advantage
Submit your letter of Application and c.v. to:
The Department of English Applied Linguistics
Room 306.
Application Deadline: May 13, 2008
Interviews will be scheduled for May 20, 2008.

SUMMER GRANT TO JAPAN: The partner institution of the Department of English Applied Linguistics, Meisei University, is sponsoring a two-week stay in Japan, near Tokyo, for one student to teach English as member of an international student-teacher team to young Japanese participants of the Meisei Summer School Project.
Program: Week One: Preparation for the program (materials development and teaching practice); Week Two: Teaching children. Meisei will pay for the flight ticket. The selected student will need to buy ticket and bring a receipt to Meisei. Meisei will refund the expense. Accommodation and meals will be provided.

Requirements (in order of importance):
- Excellent English
- Completed Methodology One Course (ANN 462)
- Good teaching skills
- Some experience in teaching English
- References (2 pieces)
- With all other things being equal, applicants with some knowledge of Japanese will be preferred.
Submit your letter of Application, c.v. and references to: The Department of English Applied Linguistics
Room 306.
Application Deadline: 12 pm, May 13, 2008.
Interviews: May 20, 2008


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 Post subject: MESSAGE OF THE DEAL FOR BA STUDENTS
PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2007 5:10 pm 
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Special language courses for BA students majoring in English:

As English has been chosen as the main language of globalisation, many employers -companies, law firms, publishing houses- now look for prospective employees who have high level English skills appropriate for their particular area. We at the Department of English Applied Linguistics are aware of this trend and we are therefore offering a range of courses in English for Specific Purposes.
ESP is the learning of English for the purposes of doing a specific vocation or job, and is centred on the language, skills and discourse appropriate to that particular area. The field of ESP includes many subfields, such as English for Academic Purposes, English for Business Purposes, English for Legal Purposes, English for the Media to name but a few.
If you want to meet the new challenges of our times, you can sign up for our ESP courses under the code BBN-ANG 204/1/a,b,c,d,e,f,g in the third semester of your BA degree. You can find out more about these courses on the ETR and on the SEAS website, or you can ask in the DEAL office.


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 Post subject: SEAS Christmas
PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2007 7:15 pm 
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Dear All,
We would like to invite you to the SEAS Christmas Party (Second Bridge Day) to celebrate together. Christmas stories, carols, international Silent Night, Talking Turkeys, country dance, and many other Christmasy things. Featuring Ferenc Takács, Billy Mack, Uwe Pohl, Mark Andrews, Christopher Ryan and Co. :) See the Rudolph posters. Please, bring some cookies to share.
Date: 7 December, 3pm
Venue: Rákóczi út 5., 4th floor
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 Post subject: Second Bridge Day!
PostPosted: Sat Nov 10, 2007 11:57 am 
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Dear All,

The Second Bridge Day Event (English Cultural Afternoon) is in
preparation. If you feel like contributing to this with your ideas
(anything connected to English culture), please come to the afternoon
talk where we will be planning the upcoming event in detail. This
will take place in the zsibongó of the 4th floor of Rákóczi út 5., on
14th November, 4pm. The previous Bridge Day included songs, quizzes,
poems, dancing, eating, a fascinating slide show, conversations, a bit
of history and some other fun stuff.
Come and plan the next Bridge Day together with Mark Andrews, Uwe Pohl
and others!

Anna Kőszeghy
Angol SzHÉK


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 Post subject: tempus fugit
PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2007 3:47 pm 
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And here comes a brand new semester! Have a great time! :D


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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2007 3:37 pm 
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Another exam period is approaching...
Good luck for all!

The English SzHÉK


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 23, 2006 12:36 pm 
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Dear All,

The English SzHÉK wishes all of you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Have good luck during the exam period and in the next term!


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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2006 6:32 pm 
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Location: ELTE BTK
the address of ANGOL SZHÉK homepage has changed!!!

you can find all the notes, job offers, FAQ info on us plus new stuff at

http://angolszhek.uw.hu

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Bernát Klári

angol SzHÉK
angolszhek@gmail.com
http//angolszhek.uw.hu


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