Lectures

On this page, you can find lectures held at Leuphana University. You can either find your way through the navigation system in the menu or click on the links below:

Click here to find the lecture on foreign language assessment in the foreign language classroom.

Click here to find the lecture on TEFL and neurosciences

Click here to find John Hudson’s interactive talk on improvised speaking

Click here to find the lecture on task based language learning and projects.

Click here to find the lecture on whiteboards in the EFL classroom.

Click here to find the lecture on apps in the EFL classroom.

Click here to find the lecture on mother tongue supported teaching. 

Click here to find the lecture on teaching culture in a globalised world.

Click here to find the lecture on balanced teaching.

Click here to find the lecture on 300 years of ELT.

Click here to find the lecture on mapping L2 words into the mental lexicon.

Click here to find the lecture on inclusive TEFL.

Click here to find the lecture on developing LGBTQ+ and inclusivity in ELT.

Click here to find the lecture on teaching EFL to learners with specific learning differences, held in conjunction with the conference Inklusiver Englischunterricht — Gemeinsam Lehren und Lernen, which was hosted by the Leuphana University Lüneburg in September 2018. For more information about the conference, which was jointly sponsored by the ZZL-Netzwerk Lehrerbildung and the Qualitäts- und UnterstützungsAgentur Nordrhein-Westfalen (QUA-LiS NRW), visit the pages of our partner, the Netzwerk Inklusiver Englischunterricht.

Click here to find the lecture on inclusive language teaching.

Click here to find the lecture on digital literacies in the EFL classroom.

Click here to find the lecture on TEFL with learners with hearing loss.