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:

If you have any questions, please go to the contacts page.

The organisation committee
Benoît Guilbaud (The University of Manchester)
Martin Kantus (University of Cambridge)
David Tual (University of Cambridge)

Photo credit: Kosala Bandara

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