12th International Student Poster Presentation Conference
in English and American Studies

2022 - Programme

Opening ceremony: Monday, 25 April, 10:00 CEST
Closing ceremony: Friday, 29 April, 14:00 CEST

Please note that the times refer to CEST, Hungarian time.

Back to the main page.
Mon, 25 Apr in Room 1 - click here to join
Time Name of the applicant University Title of the Poster Presentation Topic area Level of studies
10:30Thet Oo KhaingEötvös Loránd UniversityIntegrated assessment task analysis: A guided summary writing taskLanguage pedagogy (including ELT)PhD
10:45Vuong Thi HoanEötvös Loránd UniversityMotivations for technology integration in EFL teaching: An exploratory study of primary school teachers in underprivileged areas of Vietnam.Language pedagogy (including ELT)PhD
11:00Kübra YetisEötvös Loránd UniversityExploring Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Turkish Pre-Service English as a Foreign Language Teachers: A Mixed-Methods ApproachLanguage pedagogy (including ELT)PhD
11:30Erdei Judit / Papp Júlia / Rácz BalázsEötvös Loránd UniversityPedagogy meets Cognitive Linguistics: Measuring the efficacy of cognitive linguistic input in teaching phrasal verbsLanguage pedagogy (including ELT)BA
12:00Tóth DánielUniversity of MiskolcRequiem for a Dream - Film versus NovelEnglish & American literatureBA
12:30Ádám TamásUniversity of MiskolcThe Scottish Independence Referendum of 2014English & American historyBA
12:45Varga ReginaEötvös Loránd UniversityRacism in American Sports Teams' NamesEnglish speaking culturesMA
13:00Busi DóraEötvös Loránd UniversityIs Incel Violence Terrorism? Examining the Radical Ideology of Elliot Rodger and the Incel CommunityEnglish speaking culturesMA
13:30Oleksandr ReientEötvös Loránd UniversityThe impact of computer-mediated learning on students' information navigation skillsLanguage pedagogy (including ELT)MA
13:45Harangozó Lili EszterEötvös Loránd UniversityUsing literature in the English classroom to facilitate Social and Emotional LearningLanguage pedagogy (including ELT)MA
14:00Szűcs AdélEötvös Loránd UniversityThe appearance and development of intercultural competence in the EFL classroom in HungaryLanguage pedagogy (including ELT)MA
Back to the main page.
Fri, 29 Apr in Room 1 - click here to join
Time Name of the applicant University Title of the Poster Presentation Topic area Level of studies
08:00Legény Anna / Lengyel NorbertEötvös Loránd UniversityStudying Children's Comprehension By Watching An Animated FilmApplied linguisticsBA article
08:15Dézsi Réka /Szalai AnnaEötvös Loránd UniversityTeaching Adults: Is It Different?Applied linguisticsBA article
08:30Csányi Evelyn / Sudár AlízEötvös Loránd UniversityTeaching Adults: Is It Different?Applied linguisticsBA article
09:00P. Molnár-Szabó Laura / Tóth ZsófiaEötvös Loránd UniversityNative and non-native: What can they offer? Lessons from team-teaching in JapanApplied linguisticsBA article
09:15Földházi Ágnes / Varga VeronikaEötvös Loránd UniversityTeaching Adults: Is It Different?Applied linguisticsBA article
09:30Varga Vivien / Sárkány VeronikaEötvös Loránd UniversityUsing Ferngully to Assess English Listening Comprehension in ChildrenApplied linguisticsBA article
10:00Nemes Zsófia / Sári SzonjaEötvös Loránd UniversityTeaching adults: Is it different?Applied linguisticsBA article
10:15Bíró Brigitta / Macher MátéEötvös Loránd UniversityWho to employ as a language teacher?Applied linguisticsBA article
10:30Horváth Magdolna Dóra / Horváth Irén HannaEötvös Loránd UniversityMotivating revision of drafts through formative feedbackApplied linguisticsBA article
11:00Sata Réka / Dákai AnitaEötvös Loránd UniversityNative and non-native teachers in team-teachingApplied linguisticsBA article
11:15Püsök Réka / Budai BotondEötvös Loránd UniversityThe Google EffectEnglish & American literatureBA article
11:30Dányi Eliza Anna / Kirtyán FanniEötvös Loránd UniversityThe google effect: Googling, Blogging, Wikis, and the Flattening of ExpertiseApplied linguisticsBA article
12:00Magyari Dorottya / Magyari KrisztinaEötvös Loránd UniversityIdeologies values for British accentsApplied linguisticsBA article
12:15Sándor Virág / Ballabás DóraEötvös Loránd UniversityClass-Centered Approach To Language LearningApplied linguisticsBA article
Back to the main page.
Fri, 29 Apr in Room 2 - click here to join
Time Name of the applicant University Title of the Poster Presentation Topic area Level of studies
08:00Papp JúliaEötvös Loránd UniversityThe concept of history in US Democratic political thinkingApplied linguisticsBA
08:15Süle DóraEötvös Loránd UniversityThe conceptualization of anorexia nervosaApplied linguisticsBA
08:30Villám VivienEötvös Loránd UniversityThe sources and effects of language learning anxiety in public educationApplied linguisticsBA
09:00Medve BrigittaMiskolci EgyetemMarriage as a Quest for Female Self-development in Jane Austen's FictionEnglish & American literatureBA
09:15Orendács PetraEötvös Loránd UniversityThe Hero's Lover - Daisy Buchanan as ArchetypesEnglish & American literatureBA
10:00Spissich BoglárkaEötvös Loránd UniversityUsing Netflix, Instagram, and TikTok in EFL learning: Students' opinionApplied linguisticsPhD
10:15Aicha RahalPazmany Peter Catholic UniversityDesigning and Validating a Questionnaire on Tunisians’ Perceptions of Language Policy and the Promotion of English in Higher EducationApplied linguisticsPhD
10:30Marzban SheidaUniversity of PannoniaThe effect of intersemiotic relations on L2 reading processApplied linguisticsPhD
11:00Mészáros Bálint / Kovács LiliEötvös Loránd University - BTKIdeologies values for British accentsEnglish speaking culturesBA article
11:15Jasik Dorottya / Illés KingaEötvös Loránd UniversityGroup dynamicsApplied linguisticsBA article
11:30Rommel AnnaEötvös Loránd UniversityCovid-19 - An Unexpected Journey. Exploring Metaphorical Representations of Covid-19 among the medical professionalsCognitive linguisticsPhD
12:00Vass EszterUniversity of KonstanzMetatheatre and Traumatic Memory in The Authorised Kate Bane by Ella HicksonEnglish & American literaturePhD
12:15Németh Kristóf MarcellEötvös Loránd UniversityConflicts inside and between the guilds of London.English & American historyBA
12:30Afroz Parvin SultanaRABINDRA BHARATI UNIVERSITYThe Holocaust Trio: Sylvia PlathEnglish & American literatureMA
12:45Linszky FranciskaEötvös Loránd UniversityThe Passing of Arthur in Victorian Visual ArtsEnglish & American literaturePhD