Following the high level of interest for last year’s Languages for Specific Purposes in Higher Education (LSPHE2015) event held at the University of Manchester, a similar event took place at the University of Cambridge on Friday 9th September 2016.
The first edition had intentionally adopted a very broad approach in order to identify and discuss key issues at managerial, course design and teaching practice levels. Based on the feedback we received, a more practical focus was adopted for the second edition.
LSPHE 2016 focussed on the notion of Task Based Learning (TBL) and its integrations in LSP courses, be it from a curriculum development perspective, for assessment, or in teaching and learning activities, face-to-face or online.
Programme available here.
Slides and documents used on the day:
- Plenary talk (Dr Jean-Jacques Richer)
- LSP in a medical context (University of Leeds) 1 2
- Variation on a theme (University of Sussex)
- Was it murder? (Hanna Magedera-Hofhansl) handout 1 2 3
- Developing engineering English (Poznan University of Technology)
- Getting medics on the task (King’s College London) 1 2 3 4 5
- Soigner en Français (Laetitia Debboub)
- Italian through History of Art (Cinzia Bacilieri)
- From business to enterprise (Claude Trégoat)
- Participatory pedagogy in TBL (Divya Madhavan-Brochier)
- Scoring LSP tasks (Prof. Christian Krekeler)
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The organisation committee
Benoît Guilbaud (The University of Manchester)
Martin Kantus (University of Cambridge)
David Tual (University of Cambridge)