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This section provides downloadable materials of presentations and workshops we or other teachers/researchers held and handouts and lesson plans we used with our students. You may find them useful if you are teaching EU content and language use, if you are preparing students for language exams and if your students need to use English at the office..

We would like to share our experiences with you, and please feel free to contact us at for feedback or further information.

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You may also find some other useful materials and ideas at the website of the Tempus Public Foundation (HU)

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Teaching EU (in) English Some examples and websites on how to integrate EU topics into language teaching (PPT-HU):  Ötletekéspéldák-Eutartalmak- Fischer-2010 Sample tasks and examples for teaching EU terms (PPT-EN-HU): Teaching EU terms-Fischer-2010 Sample activites using corpus techniques and concordance lists: NYESZE2010 Handout EN Conveying EU contents in foreign language(s) (Article-HU): EU-tartalmak idegen nyelve(ke)n-PortaLingua2009-31.o. Lexical bundles …

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PhD dissertations

EU Translation and Terminology The translator as terminologist – with special regard to the EU Context, Dissertation FischerM, 2010 (HU) The translator as terminologist – with special regard to the EU Context, THESES: FischerM 2010 (EN) – Theses EU English A corpus-linguistic investigation into the lexis of written English EU discourse: An ESP pedagogic perspective, …

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Sample pages of EU English – EU English – Using English in EU Contexts with English-Hungarian EU Terminology (bilingual edition, 2009) on the website of the Publisher Klett, and from the book – EU English – Using English in EU Contexts with English EU Terminology (monolingual, 2010) here: Contents Map of the Units Authentic EU …

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Campus Hungary Materials

Within the framework of the Campus Hungary TÁMOP 4.2.4 programme a number of supplementary materials were developed combining EU English with a strong Higher Education content. As for now, only trainers of CH courses have been given access to the materials. They are invited to make comments/suggestions for the developers. With the implementation of their valuable input, …

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