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TeflLab-Logo_rgbThe TEFL Lab is an exciting and innovative new venue for exploring practical and theoretical issues of Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL). It hosts a wide range of teaching resources, including current coursebooks and accompanying materials, teacher manuals, method guides, and teaching aids. The inventory of the TEFL Lab also includes an extensive collection of graded and annotated readers, literature that is suggested for the EFL classroom, and also a carefully selected stock of picture books and children's literature. The TEFL Lab is also equipped with modern classroom technology and digital media, for example an interactive whiteboard, a classroom set of iPads, educational software, and films.

Please note: The TEFL Lab is closed during term break. It will re-open with regular opening hours and a new programme in the second week of the new winter term in October. 

Download: TEFL Lab Programme for the summer term 2017
: TEFL Lab LMU - https://www.facebook.com/tefllmu


You do not know yet what the TEFL Lab is? Please have a look at our PREZI for a quick introduction.

What is the tefl lab

Raum 105 VG
Schellingstraße 3 (LMU München, Englische Philologie)
Email: tefl-lab@anglistik.uni-muenchen.de

Opening hours:
The TEFL Lab is closed during term break. Regular opening hours will continue in October.

For further information regarding times for tutorials and workshops, please have a look at the TEFL Lab Programme linked above.


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The TEFL Team welcomes you to the TEFL Lab


Given its rich and wide-ranging inventory, the TEFL Lab is designed to be a study and research centre for students, pre- and in-service teachers, teacher trainers, university staff and TEFL researchers. Its aim is to offer a place for collaboration on TEFL issues, both practical and theoretical, and for exchanging teaching and research ideas. Key components of its programme include:

  • regular workshops (e.g. on using modern technology in the EFL classroom),
  • opening hours several times a week (e.g. to research TEFL materials or to prepare lessons),
  • the TEFL Lounge, an open forum for exploring key issues of teaching English,
  • special events that link the various phases of teacher education and training.