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Abstracts in English
Máté, Zita: Understanding, not understanding, misunderstanding – Different Turn-taking strategies in European cultures

Hungarian discourse analysis predominantly relies on English and German sources and their respective languages, however there are communicational norms that differ from them, for instance in the Spanish language. The following article sheds a light on the differences regarding turn-taking with special interest in the function of discourse markers. Not only can a wider understanding of these differences help prevent the spreading of cultural cliches, but it is also essential for those who are learning a new language, seeing as it is necessary to fully develop conversational competences. (Cestero, 2005). The more effective said skills are, the faster you can learn a language and the less misunderstandings occur during intercultural conversations.

Keywords: Discourse analysis, discourse markers, language education, conversational competence, intercultural communication

 
Domonkosi, Ágnes: From research to consultancy, from etiquette to data – discourses about linguistic interactions

Linguistic interactional devices (e.g. forms of address, including T and V variants) are inextricably linked to the organization of social relations. This explains why the topic has attracted interest in a variety of discourse domains from everyday interpretations of linguistic experiences through etiquette books guiding linguistic behaviour to sociolinguistic, pragmatic studies into the social aspects of language use.The goal of the paper is to present the various everyday, academic and mediating discourses thematizing linguistic interactions, and to explore how these discourses relate to and inform each other. As the analysis shows, the dominant types of metadiscourse are those which serve a normative, regulating function. An especially prominent role is played by evaluative judgments spread through the channels of etiquette, education and language cultivation, which display an evident lack of knowledge about the relevant research results.

Keywords: linguistic interactions, T/V forms, forms of address, metadiscourse

 
Balló, Zsófia – Barta, Ákos: Empirical study of cooperative learning methods used in technical higher education

The aim of the paper is to demonstrate how efficiently tools of teaching methodology which are especially gaining in primary and secondary school can be used in technical higher education despite many obstacles. Previously, lessons of our course received lower interest than average from students which appear in declining intensity of attendance thus ambition was to make our lessons more attractive. Hereby we hoped that curriculum becomes easier to learn and completion rate of our course improves. Our research compares three semesters of the same course using differents methods and tools, held on two faculties of the university This way we were able to compare not only different solutions of teaching methodology within a faculty but also among faculties. Our results show that during these phases students’ activity in the classroom and completion rate of our course improved.

Keywords: cooperative learning, technical higher education, students’ activity, learning by doing, improvement of competences

 
H. Tomesz, Tímea: Communicational knowledge transfer and skills development

Today’s generation currently studying at schools shows a significant difference compared to the previous ones in terms of socialization features, information and learning strategies. In my research, I examine the possibilities of transforming communication knowledge, what tools and methodology can be used in higher education with the aim of developping skills and knowledge. I am also interested in what can influence the motivation and involvement of students who study sports and how they acquire knowledge. My research focuses on 'What' ? (what kind of content, what kind of communication skills), on whom? (what kind of audience, can there be any difference between students studying different subjects ) and How? ( how different students can determine the methodology to be used.) Questionnaires were used to examine and draw possible conclusions regarding the subject of my research.

Keywords: communication, knowledge transfer, skill, athlete, learning motivation

 
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