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Implementation of the Socio-Cultural Orientation Principle in Teaching Foreign-Language Pronunciation at the University
Mirzoeva Elena Yurevna
2997-3003 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Teaching Spanish at a University through an Author’s Training Course Based on Medieval Literary Texts (by the Material of the Epic Poem “The Song of the Cid”)
Khimich Galina Alexandrovna
981-986 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Teaching Young Scientists to Write an Academic Research Paper in English
Popova Larisa Vladimirovna
974-980 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Preparing University Students for Cross-Cultural Interaction in the Digital Environment in Situations of Non-Dialogue of Cultures
Novikova Ludmila Anatolyevna
966-973 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Research Culture as a Basis for Training Innovative Specialists in the Electric Power Industry
Lebedeva Nataliya Aleksandrovna, Grishaeva Yulia Mikhailovna
959-965 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
In-Lecture Survey as a Factor of Developing University Students’ Metacognitive Skills
Kvashko Lyudmila Pavlovna, Burkova Irina Nicolaevna, Garistova Ekaterina Yurievna
952-958 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Organisation of Foreign Language Project Activities at a Humanities-Focused Non-Linguistic University within the Framework of Academic Work in the “Home Reading” Format (by the Material of English Classes)
Yablokova Tatyana Nikolaevna, Yakovleva Maria Alexandrovna
942-951 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Implementation of Multilingual Education in Preschool Educational Organisations (by the Example of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia))
Khusainova Lyaylya Midkhatovna, Khabibullina Zulaikha Akhmetovna
935-941 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Implementation of Edutainment Technology When Teaching Foreign Language Listening to Students - Future English Teachers
Gimadieva Elvira Nailevna, Salekhova Leila Leonardovna
927-934 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Prerequisites of Bioethical Themes in Soviet Nature Protection and Natural Science Education
Kyuregina Anna Victorovna
922-926 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Genesis of Socially Useful Work in Soviet Schools of Yenisei Siberia in the 1920s: From Self-Service to Socialism Building
Belykh Igor Nikolayevich
916-921 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Relationship between School Anxiety and Academic Performance among Primary School Students
Yurkina Lera Valerievna, Shumakova Sofya Andreevna
909-915 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Information and Management Culture of the Head as a Factor of Improving the Management Process of a General Education Organisation in the Context of Digital Transformation of Education
Selivanova Olga Sergeevna, Moisenko Sergey Alekseevich
902-908 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Potential of an E-Learning Course in Students’ Creativity Development: Modelling, Implementation, Evaluation
Oskina Anna Nikolaevna, Darinskaia Larisa Aleksandrovna
895-901 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Socialisation Conditions for Children with Disabilities in Special and Inclusive Education
Lukovenko Tatiana Gennadievna, Mitina Galina Valentinovna, Ilinykh Galina Semyonovna
886-894 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
Entrepreneurship Education at School in European Union Countries
Antropova Olga Alexandrovna
879-885 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 9.
The System of Pronunciation Culture Formation in Classes on Practical Phonetics of the English Language at a Pedagogical University
Mirzoeva Elena Yurevna
2764-2770 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Experimental Study of Errors in Russian Vowels Pronunciation by Chinese Students
Liu Feifei, Yu Zongling, Zhang Jiaxuan
2756-2763 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
The Current Situation and Strategies of English Translation Talents Cultivation in Colleges and Universities in Liaoning Province
Lin Fang
2749-2755 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Interactive Methods of Foreign Language Teaching Relevant for Use in the Educational Process at a Military University
Zharovskaya Elena Victorovna, Votintseva Marina Vladimirovna
2741-2748 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Non-Mastery of Mediation Techniques and Means as a Pedagogical Deficit in the Methodology of Foreign Language Teaching
Abramova Ekaterina Alekseevna
2736-2740 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Application of Additive Technologies in the Project Activities of Pedagogical University Students
Khrustaleva Nadezhda Vladimirovna, Loginov Alexey Nikolaevich, Loginova Daria Nikolaevna
871-877 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Organizational and Pedagogical Conditions for the Training of Future Teachers for the Development of Innovative Pedagogical Experience
Kozinets Lidziya Aleksandrovna
866-870 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Environmentally-Based Orientation of Higher Education as a Condition for the Formation of Students’ Experience of Emotional-Value Attitude to the Reality around Them
Vasina Olga Nikolaevna
857-865 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Cross-Cultural Competence Formation in Foreign Students through Adaptation Training as a Part of Implementation of the University’s Third Mission “University and Society”
Chernysheva Tatiana Leonidovna
850-856 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Logopedic Work on Formation of Metalinguistic Activity in Younger Schoolchildren with a Severe Speech Impairment
Savvidi Marina Isakovna
843-849 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Development of Voluntary Attention of Senior Preschool Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Using a Glove Puppet
Milovanova Nadezhda Iurevna, Andreeva Alena Alekseevna, Isaeva Svetlana Nikolaevna
836-842 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Peculiarities of Recognition and Description of Educational Objects on 3D Drawings and Other Digital Educational Materials by Schoolchildren with Special Educational Needs
Kudrina Svetlana Vladimirovna, Kudrin Mikhail Yur'evich, Kudrin Anton Mihajlovich
827-835 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Organisation of Speech Therapy with Translingual Neurostimulation among Persons with Parkinson’s Disease
Berdnikovich Elena Semenovna
820-826 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Teaching Russian Phraseological Units with Verbs of Motion to the Chinese Students as a Component of the “Russian as a Foreign Language” Course
Mokrishcheva Veronika Sergeevna
810-819 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Morphemic Analysis of Lexical Units as a Method of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language to Future Linguists
Kokurina Anastasia Aleksandrovna
802-809 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Project-Organized Program of Pedagogical Profile University Development
Ignatieva Galina Alexandrovna, Sdobnyakov Viktor Vladimirovich, Moiseenko Andrey Valentinovich
793-801 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 8.
Inclusion of Internet Services in the System of Teaching the Russian Language Grammar to Foreign Students
Skobelkina Natalia Mikhaylovna, Zakharova Yekaterina Vasilievna, Pulyaevskaya Alexsandra Mikhaylovna
2403-2408 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Teaching Foreign University Students to Write a Library-Research Review Paper in Russian as a Foreign Language Classes (Scientific Style of Speech)
Sitsyna-Kudryavtseva Alevtina Nikolaevna
2397-2402 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Using Video Advertisements as a Means of Sociocultural Competence Formation in Students of a Language University When Teaching French
Ostroumova Olga Fedorovna, Ostroumov Alexandr Ivanovich
2391-2396 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Voice Category in the Course of the Russian Morphology for Turkic-Speaking Philology Students
Kurbanova Zukhra Rashidovna, Fatkhutdinova Venera Gabdulkhakovna
2385-2390 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Technology of Teaching Leaders’ Activity to Students of Pedagogical University by Means of Pedagogical Design
Sergeeva Alena Aleksandrovna, Eshkina Natalya Ivanovna
786-791 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Improving the Auditive Competence of Foreign Language Teachers in the System of Additional Professional Education
Milovanova Ludmila Anatolyevna, Tsybaneva Valentina Aleksandrovna
778-785 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Content-Methodological Aspects of Tutor and Mentor Support Implementation in the System of Continuing Additional Professional Education
Vorozheikina Anfisa Vyacheslavovna, Tsilitsky Vitaly Sergeevich
771-777 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Teaching Marketing Translation to Students of Language Faculties
Buzaeva Yana Avalievna
764-770 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Communication Skills Formation in Older Preschool Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Using Folk Tales
Milovanova Nadezhda Iurevna, Andreeva Alena Alekseevna
756-763 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
The Use of Information and Communication Technologies in the Process of Forming Vocabulary in Visually Impaired Primary Schoolchildren in the Context of Inclusive Education
Zamashnyuk Elena Vadimovna, Kruglova Tamara Alexandrovna, Potemkina Alla Vadimovna
747-755 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Optimization of Speech Therapy Work on the Diagnosis of Hypokinetic Dysarthria in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease
Berdnikovich Elena Semenovna
740-746 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Teacher’s Personal Website When Modelling the Course “English for Special Purposes” for Master’s Students
Tsvetkova Natalia Igorevna, Yablokova Tatyana Nikolaevna
731-739 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Using the Capabilities of LMS Canvas in the Point-Rating System Implementation (by the Material of the Course “Russian Language and Culture of Speech”)
Timoshenko Tatyana Evgenievna, Shtukareva Elena Borisovna
722-730 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Development of Students’ General Cultural Competence in Teaching Literature in the Framework of Secondary Vocational Illiberal Education
Nikolaeva Elena Anatolievna
716-721 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Objective and Subjective Difficulties in the Process of Studying Russian as a Foreign Language (by the Example of the Chinese Students of the NRU “Belgorod State University”)
Mokrishcheva Veronika Sergeevna, Samosenkova Tatiana Vladimirovna
707-715 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Introduction of Intermedial Analysis of a Literary Text in Literature Lessons in Senior School of the Humanities
Karabanova Nadezhda Valerievna
700-706 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
New Didactics: Academic and Post-Academic Discourse
Tarkhanova Irina Yurievna
695-699 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Formation of a Social and Humanities Educational Strategy in Educational Institutions of the System of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia: Philosophical and Anthropological Foundations
Taranova Aleksandra Evgenievna, Antonov Evgeniy Alekseevich
689-694 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Design Education in Kuzbass: Directions, Trends, Prospects: Collective Monograph / under scientific. ed. N. I. Gendina, G. S. Eliseenkov; Kemerovo State Institute of Culture. Kemerovo: KemGIK, 2022. 242 p.: Opinion Paper
Yudina Anna Ivanovna
687-688 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 7.
Didactic Potential of Using Multimedia Visual Aids When Learning a Foreign Language in the Classroom and Independently (by the Material of the Multilevel Textbook "Cutting Edge")
Semerdzhidi Valentina Nikolaevna
2062-2066 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Author’s Electronic Course "English for Mining Engineers" as a Tool for Teaching a Foreign Language to Students of Engineering Specialties
Shirokolobova Anastasia Georgievna, Larionova Julia Sergeevna, Chistyakova Galina Victorovna
680-685 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Assessing the Influence of Structural Components of the University Educational Environment on a Future Teacher’s Formation
Krolevetskaya Elena Nikolaevna, Mikhailova Darya Ivanovna, Shekhovskaya Natalia Leonidovna
670-679 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Developing Linguistic Students’ Learner Autonomy through Screencasting
Vedernikova Yuliya Vitalyevna, Aniskina Natalya Vladimirovna
663-669 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Professional Difficulties of Young Teachers (by the Example of Amur Region Universities)
Boltenkov Nikolay Vladimirovich, Grinko Andrey Aleksandrovich
655-662 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Attention Assessment of Fourth-Grade Schoolchildren with Dysgraphia within the Framework of the Basic General Education Program and the Adapted Basic General Education Program
Yakovleva Natalia Nikolaevna
648-654 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Mind Mapping as an Effective Pedagogical Tool for the Development of Higher Mental Functions in Preschoolers with Intellectual Disabilities
Andreeva Alena Alekseevna, Milovanova Nadezhda Iurevna
641-647 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Gouache Painting Technique in Teaching Still Life to Chinese High School Students
Chu Fan
632-640 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Adaptation of Pedagogical Interaction between a Teacher and Students to the Realities of a Digital Language Educational Environment
Sorokovykh Galina Viktorovna, Abdulmianova Indira Rafailovna, Staritsyna Svetlana Grigoriyevna
624-631 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Teaching "Effective Reading" in a Foreign Language (Based on IELTS Training Materials)
Pomortseva Nadezhda Pavlovna, Shigapova Farida Finsurovna, Antropova Anastasia Evgenyevna
617-623 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Success of Verbs of Motion Mastering by Chinese Students as a Content Component of Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language (by the Example of Delayed Test Survey)
Mokrishcheva Veronika Sergeevna
609-616 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Activation of Cognitive Activity in Russian Language Classes for Foreign Language Learners in the Conditions of Distance Learning (by the Example of a Fragment from the Cartoon "Three from Prostokvashino")
Efremova Nataliya Vladimirovna, Koroleva Ilona Anatolevna, Chigrinova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
603-608 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Socio-Cultural Project as the Implementation of an Active Method in the Process of Professional Competence Formation among Future Buryat Language and Literature Teachers
Dareeva Oksana Alexandrovna, Gunzhitova Garma-Khanda Tsybikzhapovna, Dashieva Soelma Ananduevna
596-602 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
BYOD ("Bring Your Own Device") Technologies in Elective Physics Course for Engineering Classes
Baranov Alexander Viktorovich, Petrov Nikita Yurievich
588-595 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Methodological Grounds for Personification of School Educational Environment
Makarova Natalya Stanislavovna, Fetter Inna Vitalevna
580-587 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
The Context of Designing a Partnership Ecosystem of a Pedagogical University in the New Reality of Education Transformation
Lozovitskaya Alyona Andreevna, Goloborod’ko Irina Eduardovna, Sapozhnikova Yuliya Andreevna
573-579 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Partnership of Educational Establishment with Sociocultural Institutions in Open Cultural and Educational Environment
Bakieva Diana Airatovna
567-572 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 6.
Adaptive Learning Strategy Applicable within "Foreign Language" Discipline at Non-Linguistic University
Kim Yulia Vitalievna
1700-1705 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Practical Reflection on Non-Traditional Forms of Conducting Classes in Cooperative Learning as a Way of Foreign Language Learning at a Pedagogical University
Voitkova Anastasia Nikolaevna, Goncharova Tatiana Vladimirivna
1693-1699 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Code-Switching by a Teacher in Speech Communication in a Foreign Language Class
Vasbieva Dinara Giniyatullovna
1687-1692 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Formative Assessment of Students’ Extracurricular Activities in the Context of Implementation of A Posteriori Model of Professional Training
Pisarenko Danila Andreevich
561-566 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Physical Training Organisation in Educational Institutions of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia
Petrov Konstantin Nikolayevich
557-560 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Quality Evaluation of Professional Training of Secondary Vocational Education Graduates in the Field of Information Technology
Nuretdinov Roman Igorevich
551-556 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Professional Orientation Formation of Undergraduate Students Based on Interdepartmental Interaction and Social Partnership with Employers
Novikova Marina Gennadievna, Fedotenko Inna Leonidovna
543-550 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
The Content and Methodological Aspect of Performing Competence Formation in a Future Music Teacher
Maryatch Anastasiya Yuryevna, Shipilkina Tatiana Anatolyevna
536-542 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Diagnostics of Professional Deficits of Subject Competencies Formation among Inclusive Primary General Education Teachers: Regional Experience
Kuchergina Olga Viktorovna
530-535 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Infographics as a Way of Information Visualisation in Professionally Oriented Texts When Teaching a Foreign Language to Future Law Enforcement Specialists
Kalashnikova Svetlana Viktorovna, Pestova Elena Vladimirovna
523-529 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
The "Funnel of Causality" as a Tool for Analysing Factors Affecting the Implementation of the Corporate Training Model for Teachers of an Educational Organisation
Greku Irina Alekseevna
516-522 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Image Policy as a Reflection of the Corporate Culture Level of a Modern University Department
Turanina Neonila Alfredovna, Malysheva Maria Sergeevna
510-515 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Questionnaire Survey in Counselling Practice When Organising Early Intervention for the Family of a Child with Developmental Disorders
Yugova Olesya Vyacheslavovna
501-509 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Using the Technology of Collective Peer Learning in Foreign Language Classes at a Non-Linguistic University
Talagaeva Yulia Alexandrovna, Varushkina Anastasiya Valerievna, Kalgina Ekaterina Alexandrovna
496-500 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Professionally Oriented Tasks in Mathematics for Future Geography and Ecology Teachers
Myasnikova Svetlana Vladimirovna
487-495 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
A Video Project in a Foreign Language as a Technology for Organising Students’ Independent Work at a Non-Linguistic University
Zhidyaeva Yuliya Viktorovna
481-486 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Features of Vocal and Choral Skills and Abilities Formation in Younger Schoolchildren Using a Kinaesthetic Approach
Gorbacheva Natalia Vladimirovna
474-480 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Formative Assessment in the Context of Practice-Oriented Training at University within the Framework of Media Competence Formation in Future Teachers
Emelyanova Tatiana Vitalievna
467-473 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 5.
Overcoming Interference Difficulties When Teaching Russian Pronunciation to Mongolian Students on the Basis of a Communicative Approach
Filippova Elena Vladimirovna
1333-1338 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Model of Sociocultural Competence Formation in Foreign Military Personnel When Learning the Russian Language
Savelieva Anastasiya Valentinovna
1326-1332 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Non-Verbal Graphic Elements in the Technical Text in the Language Training Course of Students Pursuing a Master’s Degree
Vlasko Natalia Konstantinovna, Erokhin Sergey Konstantinovich
1319-1325 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Linguocultural Interference as a Factor in the Formation of an Individual Path of Teaching Foreign Language to Schoolchildren
Avramenko Anna Petrovna
1314-1318 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Pedagogical Conditions for Media Culture Formation in a Future Teacher
Laptun Vladimir Ivanovich, Safonov Vladimir Ivanovich
462-466 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Ability to Express Indirect Disagreement in the Framework of Teaching Subjects of the Humanities and Social Sciences as a Component of Students’ Communicative Competence
Konkina Anastasia Olegovna, Tkacheva Yulia Sergeevna
456-461 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Formative Assessment of Students’ Academic Achievements in Primary General Education: Teacher Training
Zemlyanskaya Elena Nikolaevna
449-455 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Concept and Variable Models of Digital Competence Formation in a Computer Science Teacher
Boronenko Tatyana Alekseevna, Kaysina Anna Vladimirovna, Fedotova Vera Sergeevna
439-448 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Features of Implementation of the Project "National Programme for the Support and Development of Reading" at a Technical University
Vorobets Tatyana Alekseevna, Lobkova Elena Vladimirovna, Chashchina Yevgenia Ivanovna
433-438 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Functional-Semantic Category of Certainty/Uncertainty in the Aspect of Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language to Chinese Students
Yang Lesi, Semenova Natalia Vladimirovna
423-432 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Sociocultural Competence Formation in Students of Linguistic Universities When Working with a Poetic Text in French as a Part of Analytical Reading Teaching (by the Example of ?mile Nelligan’s Poem "Winter Evening")
Miroshnichenko Svetlana Alekseevna
415-422 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Studying the Concept of Isomorphism in the University Algebra Course as a Way of Mathematical Literacy Formation in Future Mathematics Teachers
Makaridina Vera Andreevna
408-414 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Analysing A. N. Ostrovsky’s Drama "Without a Dowry" at Literature Lessons in High School from the Perspective of Spatial and Temporal Characteristics
Magadieva Julia Sergeevna, Ibatullina Guzel Murtazovna
404-407 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Impact of Digitalisation on the Cognitive Functions of University Students in the Framework of Foreign Language Learning
Gabdullina Alsu Sharifullaevna
395-403 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Role-Play as a Way of Forming the Social Culture of Students Attending Psychological-Pedagogical Classes of Secondary Schools
Aksenov Sergey Ivanovich, Kuznetsova Svetlana Valeryevna, Labutin Andrey Sergeyevich
390-394 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
I. F. Timkovsky, a Prominent Russian Education Organiser (on the 250th Anniversary of His Birth)
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
384-389 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Students’ Self-Realisation in the Hybrid Teaching Environment
Peredrienko Tatiana Yurievna, Balandina Ekaterina Sergeevna, Chernysheva Anastasia Mikhailovna
377-383 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Pedagogical Techniques for Metadisciplinary Results Formation in Eighth-Grade Students in Social Studies Lessons: A Theoretical Analysis
Zakhozaya Tatyana Mikhailovna, Saidova Aminat Magomed-Khuseynovna
371-376 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
From Genre Approaches in Teaching English as a Second Language to the Integrated Cross-Cultural Model of Genre Pedagogy: A Theoretical Review
Alenkina Tatiana Borisovna
361-370 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 4.
Resource Potential of Elective Courses in Training a Future Foreign Language Teacher to Design Programmes of Education, Instruction and Socialisation of Atypical Schoolchildren
Sorokovykh Galina Viktorovna, Pribylova Natalia Gennad’evna, Staritsyna Svetlana Grigoriyevna
352-359 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Integration of Learning Personalization Elements into Electronic Educational Content of Foreign Language University Course
Mirontseva Svetlana Sergeevna, Pavlova Tatyana Alexandrovna, Semenkina Irina Arturovna, Shevchenko Victoria Igorevna, Chengar Olga Vasilevna
343-351 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Structuring of Problematic Situations in Teachers’ Activities When Organising Physical Education in Inclusive Conditions
Kleimenova Marina Nikolaevna, Timofeeva Elena Viktorovna, Kosacheva Tatiana Alexandrovna, Sheenko Evgeny Ivanovich, Bakhmutskaya Yulia Anatolyevna
335-342 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Transdisciplinary Engineering Training of Master’s Students in Bioengineering at a Federal University
Guzanov Boris Nikolaevich, Baranova Anna Alexandrovna, Bazhukova Irina Nikolaevna
326-334 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Advantages of Introducing Electronic Simulators into the Process of Foreign Language Teaching at Non-Linguistic University
Vorobyeva Natalia Vladimirovna
319-325 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Innovative Technologies for Involving Higher School Students in Reading
Vasev Dmitry Valerievich
313-318 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Linguo-Didactic Model of Secondary Linguistic Personality Formation in Professionally Oriented Teaching a Foreign Language to Students of Non-Linguistic Specialties
Bazhenova Elena Igorevna, Kouzmina Ksenia Alexeevna, Tkacheva Irina Alexandrovna
304-312 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Actualisation of English Language Teaching Materials for International Relations Students in the New Reality of 2022 (by the Example of the Institute of International Relations of the Kazan Federal University)
Arzhantseva Natalia Valeryevna, Ivanova Tatyana Konstantinovna, Tyabina Diana Vladimirovna
299-303 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Motor Abilities Development in Older Preschoolers with General Speech Underdevelopment
Altukhova Tatyana Andreevna, Panasenko Karina Evgenievna, Shinkareva Lyudmila Vladimirovna, Nikolaeva Elena Alexandrovna
293-298 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Features of Teaching Chinese Watercolour Techniques to Chinese Students - Future Teachers of Fine Arts en Plein Air
Chang Hongbin
287-292 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Introduction of Cultural Component in the Process of Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language on the Basis of Vocabulary Containing Evaluation of Person’s Appearance
Chakushkina Anna Sergeevna
281-286 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Development of Foreign Language Listening Skills in Younger Schoolchildren Using Internet Resources
Krylova Irina Aleksandrovna, Matyushin Nikita Daniilovich
274-280 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Theoretical Aspects of Genre Competence Formation in Cadets When Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language (Commanding Profile)
Goncharova Maria Valerievna
265-273 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Analysing Foreign Design Education (by the Example of Western Europe, the USA and China)
Kuvshinova Galina Anatolevna
259-264 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Effort of Studying Inspiration and Associated Emotional Experiences in the Creative Activities of Student Youth
Starikov Pavel Anatolievich
249-258 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
Issue of Studying Semantic Reading in Students with Health Limitations in the Context of Education Digitalisation: A Theoretical Review
Ivleva Mariya Gennad’evna, Lopatina Ludmila Vladimirovna
241-248 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 3.
The Website "Pedagogical Communication" as a Means of Developing a Teacher’s Communicative Skills in the Setting of Digitalisation of Educational Processes
Trascheev Stanislav Victorovich, Kochetova Natalia Gennadievna
234-239 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Preparing Students in the Master’s Programme in Pedagogical Education to Design Educational Routes as a Condition for the Implementation of the Personalised Education Idea
Mugallimova Svetlana Rinatovna, Vavrzhenchik Olga Ivanovna
224-233 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Practical Classes in English in the Form of a Conference Lesson as a Means of Professional Foreign-Language Competence Formation in Non-Linguistic Students at a University
Kurchenkova Elena Anatolievna, Kulichenko Yulia Nikolaevna, Medvedeva Lyudmila Veniaminovna
218-223 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Competitiveness of Future Mid-Level Specialists by the Example of Specialty 40.02.01 "Law and Organization of Social Security"
Vinokurova Maria Innokentievna, Ignatiev Vladimir Petrovich
208-217 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Particularities of Ecological Culture Formation in Younger Schoolchildren with Mild Intellectual Disability during Educational Activities
Galkina Vera Alexandrovna, Shohova Olga Valentinovna
201-207 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Studying the Grammatical Structure of Speech in Children of Middle and Senior Preschool Age with Severe Speech Disorders
Vasilyeva Kseniya Andreevna, Moroz Yana Yurievna, Netetckaya Daria Aleksandrovna
190-200 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Difficulties of Teaching the Scientific Style of Speech to Foreign Students: Characteristics, Types, Trends (by the Survey of Russian as a Foreign Language Teachers)
Liang Jiahui, Zhang Xuan, Shcheglova Inna Vladimirovna
183-189 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Technologies of Foreign-Language Information Competence Formation among Students of a Technical University
Karakozova Ekaterina Nikolaevna
176-182 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Organisation of Professional Cross-Cultural Interaction between Russian and Foreign Students in the Educational Space of the University
Selkova Anna Vladimirovna, Lavrentieva Zoya Ivanovna
168-175 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Comparative Analysis of the Formation of the Competence "Teaching in Supplementary General Education Programmes" аmong Teachers in the Field of Children’s Supplementary Education
Zolotareva Angelina Viktorovna, Petrova Mariya Petrovna
159-167 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Dzhioeva A. R., Ermolaeva S. A., Malieva Z. K. Psychological and Pedagogical Interaction of Participants in the Educational Process: A Monograph. Ulyanovsk: Zebra, 2022. 109 p.: Opinion Paper
Gavrikova Irina Yurievna
156-158 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Nazarov V. L., Doliner L. I. Analysing the First Results of Digital Transformation of School Education during the Global COVID-19 Pandemic: The Experience of the Sverdlovsk Region. Yekaterinburg: Ural University Publishing House, 2021. 148 p.: Opinion Paper
Alekseeva Lyubov Vasiljevna
153-155 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 2.
Improving Cross-Cultural Communication Skills among Chinese University Students through the Mastery of the Zoological Code of the Russian Language
Cui Lulu
3687-3693 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 11.
A Literary Text in the Aspect of Linguoculturological Competence Formation among Philology Students When Teaching the Russian Language
Kulsarina Irena Galinurovna, Makhmutova Alfiya Sabirovna, Khisamova Galiya Gilmullovna
3681-3686 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 11.
Pedagogical Design of a Linguistic Course to Prepare University Students for Research Activities
Chistyakova Galina Victorovna, Bondareva Evgeniya Petrovna
1090-1097 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Teacher as a Subject of the Digital Educational Ecosystem
Fedotova Vera Sergeevna
1082-1089 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Using TED Talks Content for Foreign Language Auditive Competence Development among Technical University Students
Zakharova Olga Olegovna
1073-1081 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Training of Engineering Personnel with Higher Education from among the Local Indigenous Population at the Chukotka Branch of M. K. Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University
Alekseeva Tuyara Egorovna, Ignatiev Vladimir Petrovich, Myreev Nikolai Vasilevich
1066-1072 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
A Model of Design Activities for a Foreign Language Course in Modern Tertiary Education
Shults Olga Evgenjevna
1060-1065 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Fossilisation as a Bilingual Phenomenon of Foreign Language Acquisition among Students of a Non-Linguistic University
Starinina Olga Victorovna
1054-1059 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Difficulties of Teaching Foreign Students to Report Other People’s Statements in Monologic Speech (in the Russian as a Foreign Language Aspect)
Romanova Tatyana Yurievna
1047-1053 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Didactic Set of Exercises in Interpretation and Creation of Infographics in a Foreign Language for Military University Cadets
Rapakova Tatyana Borisovna, Alikina Elena Vadimovna
1041-1046 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
“Weekend Lessons” as a Methodological Technique for Oral Speech Skills Formation in Russian among Foreign Students in the Context of Situated-Based Latent Learning
Obukhova Nadezhda Vladimirovna, Roeva Kristina Mikhailovna, Yakovleva Lora Vilgelmovna
1032-1040 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Environmental Literacy Development among 5th-9th-Grade Students Based on the Content of Textbooks on the Native (Udmurt) Language
Kostina Ksenia Georgievna
1025-1031 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Component Composition of Intercultural Competence of Linguistics Students
Wang Shi
1020-1024 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Reading Skills of Pedagogical University Students: Issues and Prospects of Formation
Adaeva Olga Borisovna, Ivanenko Galina Sergeevna
1011-1019 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
School Education Development in Chita Oblast in the Late 1930s in the Context of the USSR Educational Policy
Yaremchuk Olga Anatolevna, Pryazhennikova Marina Vladimirovna
1002-1010 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Education of Children in a School Collective and through a School Collective Taking into Account Modern Educational Conditions
Shustova Inna Yurievna
997-1001 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Pedagogical Model of Formation of Students’ Motivation to Study Non-Core Disciplines within Contextual University Education
Biryukova Natalia Vladimirovna
990-996 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Fedorova S. N., Alexandrova S. N. The Use of Electronic Educational Resources in Teaching Older Preschoolers the Mari Language: A Monograph. Yoshkar-Ola: Mari State University, 2022. 180 p.: Opinion Paper
Khabibullina Flera Yakhyatovna, Ivanova Iraida Gennadievna
987-989 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 10.
Infographics with Regional Component Use as a Means of Optimizing Teaching the Russian Language to Chinese Students in "Virtual Language Environment" (by the Example of Authentic Material from the Khabarovsk Territory)
Pylkova Anna Aleksandrovna
223-229 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Expanding the Range of Opportunities of Compliance Exercise as One of the Factors in Discursive Competence Formation at the Lessons of Russian as a Foreign Language
Kostiuk Nina Alexandrovna
216-222 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Methodology for Teaching Senior Students Pursuing a Degree in "Pedagogical Education" to Produce Foreign-Language Evaluative Statements Based on Materials from the English-Language Press
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
209-215 Philology. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Graduate Students’ Self-Education Skill Development through the Organisation of Independent Work in the University E-Learning Environment in the Frame of the Discipline "Business Foreign Language in Professional Activity"
Shirokolobova Anastasia Georgievna, Larionova Julia Sergeevna
144-152 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Using Multimodal Texts When Training Foreign Language Teachers
Sibgatullina Alfiya Ashrafullovna
137-143 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Characterising the Multidimensional Nature of the "Pedagogical Control" Definition Using Content Analysis and Cluster Analysis
Senognoeva Nataliya Anatolyevna
131-136 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Professional Competence of Primary School Teachers Implementing Chess Education Programmes
Konevskikh Olesya Vladimirovna
125-130 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Rational Techniques for Memorising Foreign Language Vocabulary in the System of University Students’ Specialised Training: Theoretical and Practical Aspects
Kiryushina Olga Victorovna
116-124 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Soft Skills Formation in Students Pursuing an Undergraduate Degree in the Field of Nature Conservancy by Means of Online Educational Environmental Projects
Zimireva Ekaterina Nikolaevna
108-115 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Marine Specialist’s Information Security Culture and Its Formation Conditions
Zhestovskii Aleksandr Georgievich, Okolot Denis Yaroslavovich, Rudinskiy Igor Davidovich
100-107 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
The Concept of Design Competence Formation in Future Bachelors of Applied Computer Science in the Digital Educational Environment of the Higher Education Institution
Gallini Nadezhda Igorevna
90-99 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Professional Deformations of Teachers at Regional Universities
Boltenkov Nikolay Vladimirovich, Grinko Andrey Aleksandrovich
83-89 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Students’ Toponymic Literacy Formation Based on a Linguogeographical Passport, a Linguoregional Portrait and a Linguocultural Biography of a Regional Toponymic Object
Khabibullina Flera Yakhyatovna, Ivanova Iraida Gennadievna
74-82 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Professional Component of the Content of Architecture Students’ Foreign Language Training
Tarabarina Yulia Alekseevna
66-73 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Speech Competence as an Object of Mastery When Teaching Foreign-Language Written Dialogic Communication to Undergraduate Students (by the Example of the English Language)
Panchenko Yury Yurievich
58-65 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Compensatory Competence Development When Teaching English-Speaking Skills to General Secondary School Students
Korzun Oksana Olegovna, Shtanko Elena Victorovna
51-57 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Digital Media as a Means for Forming Foreign-Language Communicative Competence and Universal Skills in Students of Non-Linguistic Universities
Kodrle Svetlana Vyacheslavovna, Savchenko Anna Aleksandrovna
44-50 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Features of Organising Educational Communication in the Setting of Using the Virtual Reality Technology
Zhigalova Olga Pavlovna
38-43 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Using the Educational Quest as a Form of Control during Russian as a Foreign Language Classes
Antipova Irina Alexandrovna, Sidorova Olga Yurievna
31-37 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Conditions of Educational Process Intensification
Iakupov Filaret Abdullovich
25-30 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Improvement and Development of Educational Activities of the School in Working with Migrant Students
Rybakova Ekaterina Vladimirovna
16-24 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Animated Pedagogy in Primary School: Ways to Meet Modern Educational Objectives
Dzhafarova Oksana Sergeevna
11-15 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Current Issues of Teacher Education in the Era of Digital Transformation: A Theoretical Review
Bermus Aleksandr Grigorievich
1-10 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2022. № 1.
Concept Maps as a Method of Cognitive Learning in Foreign Language Classes in High School
Shmaraeva Anastasia Aleksandrovna
2893-2899 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 9.
Assessing the Level of Foreign Language Pronunciation Culture among First-Year Pedagogical Students
Mirzoeva Elena Yurevna
2887-2892 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 9.
Teaching Russian Vocabulary with Subjective Evaluation Suffixes to Chinese Students
Lidina Irina Yurievna, Fedoseev Alexandr Alekseyevich
2882-2886 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 9.
International Russian Festival as an Efficient Form of Extra-Curricular Work with Foreign Students Studying Russian as a Foreign Language
Kovalenko Nadezhda Sergeevna
2876-2881 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 9.
Typological Peculiarities of Teaching the German Phonetics in the Tatar-Speaking Audience
Sibgatullina Alfiya Ashrafullovna
2648-2653 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 8.
Efficiency of Information and Communication Technologies in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language
Mordvintseva Valentina Samuilovna, Nikulina Nadezhda Aleksandrovna
2642-2647 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 8.
Determining Relationship between Efficiency Criteria of Foreign Language Training of Students at University and Their Emotional Intelligence
Melnichuk Marina Vladimirovna, Vasbieva Dinara Giniyatullovna
2633-2641 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 8.
Efficiency of Higher School Language Education: Emotional and Intellectual Aspects
Melnichuk Marina Vladimirovna, Kalugina Olga Anatolevna
2627-2632 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 8.
Specificity of Forming Students-Psychologists’ Professional Foreign-Language Competence
Kulichenko Yulia Nikolaevna, Korolevskaya Ekaterina Mikhailovna
2622-2626 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 8.
Teaching Emotive Vocabulary on the Basis of TED Talks to Non-Linguistic Students
Pershutin Sergey Valeryevich, Diudiakova Svetlana Vladimirovna, Lazarevich Svetlana Valeryevna
2295-2300 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 7.
Language Game as a Form of Linguistic Education of Foreign Students Studying Russian as a Foreign Language (by the Material of Ergonyms)
Golovina Lyubov Sergeevna
2289-2294 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 7.
Attempt of Teaching the Second Foreign Language to Students Pursuing Undergraduate Degree in "Tourism" Based on Meta-Subject Approach
Bushueva Elena Vladimirovna
2284-2288 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 7.
Methodology of Using Grammar Exercises When Teaching the Russian Grammar to Foreign Students
Farkhetdinova Gulnaz Dautovna, Gataullina Luiza Kiramovna
1950-1954 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Mastering Abstracting Means in Russian as a Foreign Language Classes (Scientific Style of Speech): By the Example of Teaching How to Write an Abstract
Sitsyna-Kudryavtseva Alevtina Nikolaevna
1944-1949 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Gamification in Educational Discourse in the Aspect of Foreign Language Teaching
Novikova Larisa Valeryevna, Tsys Anton Valeryevich
1938-1943 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Ensuring the Protection of Objects as a Special Direction in the Professional Training of Cadets of Military Institutes of the National Guard Troops
Shilenin Denis Alexandrovich, Gaponov Igor Olegovich, Soloshchenko Dmitry Petrovich
1126-1131 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Agile Project Management Methodology as a Means to Form Higher School Students’ Information and Communication Competence
Shegai Natalia Aleksandrovna
1117-1125 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Reading as a Way of Selecting Information during Information Search by Students of Higher Education Institutions
Chabanova Evgeniia Vladimirovna, Oskolkova Viktoriia Ravilevna
1109-1116 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Competence Approach to Teaching Bioethics to Medical University Students When Addressing the Agism Problem
Startseva Olga Nikolaevna, Firsov Denis Evgenievich
1104-1108 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Features of Certification of Students of Artistic and Creative Directions of Training in the Context of Digital Distance Learning
Solomentseva Svetlana Borisovna
1096-1103 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Self-Organization of Students of Non-Linguistic Specialties as a Factor in New-Formation Graduate Development
Skornyakova Elvira Rizayevna, Pinegina Anastasia Anatolyevna
1087-1095 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Changes in the Functional Components of a University Teacher’s Activity in the Digital Educational Environment
Pavlova Tatiana Borisovna
1081-1086 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Future Teachers’ Individual-Value Professional Picture as Reflection of Their Axiogenesis
Nikitina Elena Aleksandrovna
1071-1080 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Issues and Experiences with Creating a Foreign Language Textbook for a Non-Linguistic University
Malkovskaya Tatyana Alexandrovna, Ryabova Tatyana Vasilievna
1064-1070 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Knowledge and Skills in the System of Training Scientific-Pedagogical Personnel in the USA Postgraduate Studies
Kulikova Julia Nikolaevna, Kuts Anna Vyacheslavovna
1058-1063 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Forming Digital Competence among the Humanities and Computer Science Students When Teaching the Description of Infographics
Kovaleva Alexandra Georgievna, Ushakova Anastasia Denisovna
1051-1057 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Modern LMS Platforms for Distance Education: Analysis and Comparison
Isaeva Elizaveta Sergeevna
1045-1050 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Individual Independent Work as a Means to Raise the Quality of Future Technology Teachers’ Professional Training
Dorokhin Yurij Sergeevich
1035-1044 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
University Students’ Inclusive Literacy: General Characteristics, Ways of Formation, Influence in the Context of Professional Development
Goryunova Liliya Vasilievna, Timchenko Ekaterina Sergeevna, Timchenko Ivan Vladimirovich
1027-1034 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Substantive Foundations of Future Mathematics Teachers’ Training for Mathematical Literacy Formation in Primary School Students
Bychkov Alexander Vladislavovich
1020-1026 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Formation of Compositional Thinking Skills among Bachelors of Artistic-Pedagogical Specialities: Theoretical and Methodological Aspects
Botasheva Natalia Panteleevna
1013-1019 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Organizing Individual Work of Students on Drawing in Higher School
Bostanov Magomet Sosuranovich, Dereva Raia Mazhitovna
1006-1012 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Introducing Children to Non-Material Cultural Heritage within Teen Clubs Activities: Socio-Cultural Aspects
Novochuk Pavel Alexandrovich
1001-1005 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Dramatization Technique When Teaching a Foreign Language to 8th-9th-Grade Pupils (by the Example of the English Language)
Sheveleva Irina Alexandrovna, Yakimovich Irina Gennadievna
995-1000 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Forming Linguistic Students’ Research Competence on the Basis of a Practice-Oriented Approach
Zhang Xuan, Shcheglova Inna Vladimirovna
990-994 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Formation of Reading Interest in Younger Schoolchildren through the Innovative Technologies of Book Trailer and Virtual Book Exhibition
Peresada Oksana Valeryevna, Korepina Natalia Alekseevna
981-989 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Theoretical Approaches to the Training Manual "Solfeggio" by the Material of the Khant and Mansi People’s Musical Folklore
Pavlov Denis Nikolaevich, Tsvetkova Olga Yurievna
975-980 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Studying Weather Types in the Introductory Geography Course
Korshunov Mikhail Yuryevich
964-974 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Using Formative Assessment Methods in the Process of German Language Teaching in the Fifth Forms of General Academic School
Glukhova Alena Aleksandrovna, Razuvaeva Tatiana Aleksandrovna, Shurygina Yulia Aleksandrovna
956-963 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Language and Culture Co-Learning in Russian and Chinese Foreign Language Teaching Methodologies (Russian as a Foreign Language; Chinese as a Foreign Language)
Gao Yue
949-955 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Russian Language and Literature at Short-Term Teacher Courses (Late XIX - Early XX Century)
Lazarev Yury Vasilyevich
944-948 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Development of Initiativity in Senior Preschool Children Based on Volunteer Activity
Tatarintseva Nina Evgenievna, Zelinskaya Marina Grigorievna
938-943 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Functional Literacy of School Students as a Factor of Education Quality
Dikikh Elina Radikovna, Zaripova Elena Igorevna, Makarova Natalya Stanislavovna
929-937 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Typology of Multi-Age Education Theories and Practices from the Perspective of Diversity Pedagogy
Belokurova Vera Viktorovna, Ignateva Elena Yurievna
922-928 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Organizational and Pedagogical Support of Home Education: Essence and Structure
Antufyeva Marina Pavlovna, Ignatyeva Elena Yurievna
915-921 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 6.
Teaching Future Bank Clerks Banking Innovations on the Basis of P. Y. Galperin’s Theory of Mental Actions Formation
Chernomorets Tatiana Viktorovna
908-914 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Pedagogical Diagnostics of Future Preschool Teachers’ Readiness to Develop Preschoolers' Mathematical Skills
Turova Irina Valeryevna
900-907 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Monitoring Foreign Language Teacher’s Training on the Basis of Surveying Pedagogical Education Bachelors
Milovanova Lyudmila Anatolyevna, Karavaeva Alina Sergeevna
892-899 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Academic and Research Work of Translation-Interpretation Students in the System of Career Guidance Activities of a Multidisciplinary University
Alikina Elena Vadimovna, Demidova Ekaterina Viktorovna
886-891 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Culinary Club as an Efficient Means to Raise Junior Pupils’ Food Culture
Volkova Olga Sergeevna, Pankova Elena Stepanovna, Kazakova Galina Nikolaevna, Shakirova Ekaterina Andreevna, Shvedchikova Zuleikha Kerimalievna
878-885 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Cognitive Visualisation as a Way to Develop Learner Autonomy in Foreign Language Education
Putistina Olga Vladimirovna
871-877 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Specificity of Applying the Image Visualisation Method in the Process of Piano Students Training
Meleshkina Elena Anatolievna, Davydova Anna Aleksandrovna
865-870 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Study of Clouds in the Basic Geography Course
Korshunov Mikhail Yuryevich
855-864 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Developing University Students’ Feedback Literacy When Teaching a Foreign Language
Zarutckaia Ekaterina Vitalievna
849-854 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
The Problem of Foreign Language Vocabulary Attrition: Theoretical Aspects
Eliseykina Marina Igorevna, Kuprina Tamara Vladimirovna
841-848 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Essence of the Notion "Communicative Approach" in the Modern Foreign Language Teaching Methodology
Davydova Yulia Grigorjevna
832-840 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Rhythmic-Syllabic Training as an Instrument to Develop Foreign Language Prosodic Skills
Golovchanskaya Irina Ilinichna, Aleksandrov Mikhail Mikhailovich
826-831 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Development of a System of Exercises and Test Tasks on the Assimilation of Metaphorical Models of the PATRIOTISM Concept for the Chinese Audience
Gao Tian
820-825 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
On Potential of Using CLIL Method (Content and Language Integrated Learning) When Teaching English to Primary Schoolchildren
Barkova Anna Fedorovna, Rogova Valeriia Vyacheslavovna, Kim Antonina Alexandrovna
813-819 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Forming Senior Pupils’ Sociolinguistic Competence When Teaching English on the Basis of Literary Texts Containing Allusive Names
Ananyina Marina Aleksandrovna
805-812 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Study Books for Engineering Education of the Second Half of the XVIII Century
Ptitsyna Inga Viacheslavovna, Bakhtiyarova Olga Nikolaevna, Shklyanko Vyacheslav Aleksandrovich, Ptitsyna Elena Vladimirovna
791-804 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Training of Humanities Specialists with Oriental Language Skills at a Regional University: History and Modernity (by the Example of Nizhny Novgorod State University)
Grigorieva Svetlana Valeryevna, Sivkina Natalya Yurievna
783-790 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Features of Value Attitude Formation in Internal Affairs Personnel towards Mastering Professional Foreign-Language Communication
Iakupov Filaret Abdullovich
775-782 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Professional Activity Practices of the Scientific and Teaching Community of the Baby Boomer Generation
Churkina Natalya Ivanovna
769-774 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Advanced Educational System as a Network of Attractors
Sviridov Vladimir Vladimirovich, Sviridova Elena Igorevna
760-768 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Theoretical Substantiation for the Model of Civic Identity Formation in the Process of Foreign Language Teaching at a Cadet School
Neustroeva Anna Andreevna
751-759 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Application of Internal and External Sociocultural Interaction Technology in School Work with Social Partners
Kotikova Oksana Valentinovna
745-750 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Pedagogical and Ergonomic Conditions for Designing Personalized Educational Space
Arno Anna Olegovna
739-744 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Ideas of Sustainable Development of Civilization in the Context of Contemporary Ecological Education: Descriptive Review
Grishaeva Yulia Mikhailovna, Gagarin Alexander Valerievich, Kamalova Gulnaz Ilgamovna
729-738 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 5.
Intensive Foreign Language Training Technology for Internal Affairs Personnel
Iakupov Filaret Abdullovich
721-727 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Using "Academic Discussion" Technology in Practical English Classes with Officer Cadets and Trainees in Educational Organisations of the Ministry of the Interior of Russia
Shashkova Valentina Nikolaevna
714-720 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Realization of College Students’ Creativity through Extra-Curriculum Activity within Additional Educational Programs
Rynkova Svetlana Anatolievna
708-713 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
SWOT Analysis of Educational Process in Digital Educational Environment of University
Ovinova Lada Nikolaevna, Shraiber Elena Grigorievna
700-707 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Methodology to Monitor Intellectual and Personal Resource of Foreign Military Specialists Studying at the Russian Higher Military Aviation School
Kuznetsov Yuri Nikolaevich
694-699 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Designing Moodle Course on Foreign Language for Educational Institutions of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation
Kalashnikova Svetlana Viktorovna, Pestova Elena Vladimirovna
688-693 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Using CLIL Basics in Teaching English to Future Engineers in Digital Educational Environment
Zakharova Olga Olegovna
680-687 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Inclusive Higher Vocational Education for Special Needs Students in the Scandinavian Countries and in the Russian Federation: Comparative Analysis
Goncharova Valeria Vladimirovna, Kuznetsova Natalia Vladimirovna
673-679 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Formation of Future Teachers’ Professional Reflection during Pedagogical Practice
Bobryshov Sergey Viktorovich, Sumenko Larisa Vasil'evna, Taran Olga Alekseevna
665-672 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Comparative Analysis of Ideas about Young Scientist in the Russian and Foreign Academic Practice
Bakhova Natalya Aleksandrovna
656-664 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Studying the Potential of Speech-Language Therapy in Cases of Severe Aphasia with the Use of Multimedia Programme Application
Maksimova Kseniya Yur’evna
650-655 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Peculiarities of Descriptive Narrative Speech of Junior Schoolchildren with Mental Retardation
Egorova Elizaveta Evgen'evna, Kurilova Tamara Vladimirovna
644-649 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Studying Features of Social Competencies Formation in Adolescents with Mild Mental Deficiency (Intellectual Disabilities)
Volgutskova Ekaterina Izmailovna
637-643 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Substantiation of Structure of Linguistic Competence as Component of Students-Linguists’ Communicative Competence
Iudina Tamara Vladimirovna
629-636 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Factors of Optimising Foreign Language Teaching Methodology at the Stage of Secondary Education in the Context of Bilingual Consciousness Formation Theory as Goal Setting
Spirochkina Polina Aleksandrovna
623-628 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Empirical Approaches to Assessing Phonological Competence in English as Lingua Franca
Liubimova Alina Andreevna
616-622 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Improving Digital Competences of Students-Bachelors of the Field of Study 38.03.02 "Management"
Zykova Natalya Valeryevna, Konovalova Lyudmila Vladimirovna, Malinina Yekaterina Sergeevna, Ushakova Tatyana Nikolaevna, Khudyakova Oksana Nikolaevna
605-615 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Techniques to Overcome Native Language Interference When Training the Adyghe-Russian Bilingual Students for the Unified State Russian Exam Essay
Gorobetc Lyudmila Nikolaevna, Dokshina Natalya Valerianovna
599-604 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Teaching Foreign Students to Write Abstract for Research Paper (Level B2)
Guo Yujie
591-598 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Ways to Overcome Overgeneralization When Teaching Korean to Russian-Speaking Students (Pre-Bilingual Stage)
Voronina Lyudmila A.
586-590 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
QR Code and Canva Platform as Means to Form Schoolchild’s Reading Culture at Literature Lessons
Bryakova Irina Evgenievna, Mezhebovskaya Victoria Victorovna
577-585 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Specific Nature of Bilingual Environment in Foreign Students’ Language Training (by the Example of Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University)
Antonova Lina Nikolaevna
570-576 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
SMART Learning as New Educational Model through the Eyes of Teachers and Students
Chernykh Arina Andreevna, Krolevetskaya Elena Nikolaevna
563-569 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Humanities Education in the Russian Higher School under Digital Revolution: Success Factors and Ways of Optimisation
Skvortsova Elena Mikhailovna, Voskresenskaya Nina Olegovna
555-562 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Regional Continuing Education Model for Teachers in "Industrial Arts" Subject Area
Rogaleva Elena Vladimirovna, Tretyakova Ludmila Robertovna
548-554 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Transhumanization of Human Consciousness as a Result of Education Digitalization (Psychological and Pedagogical Analysis)
Gordin Aleksandr Innokentevich, Gordina Olga Vasilevna
537-547 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Forming Preschoolers’ Functional Literacy in the Process of Literary Education in the Native (Udmurt) Language
Borodina Anna Yevgenyevna
530-536 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Cooperation of State and Society in Providing Continuous Pedagogical Assistance to Multiple-Child Families
Antoshko Yelena Anatolyevna
521-529 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Junior Pupils’ Project Skills: Essence and Assessment
Abisheva Irina Vladimirovna
513-520 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 4.
Teaching Structural Method of Ecological Terms Translation to Non-Linguistic Students
Lutfullina Gulnara Firdavisovna
953-958 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Linguo-Pragmatic Features of Using Authentic Foreign-Language Film Discourse in English Classes at Higher School
Voitkova Anastasia Nikolaevna, Goncharova Tatiana Vladimirivna
945-952 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Developing Individual Path of Teaching a Foreign Language to Ensure Sustainable Development of Educational System
Vasbieva Dinara Giniyatullovna
939-944 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Developing Foreign-Language Speech Skills in Master’s Degree Students-Lawyers on the Basis of Fiction Texts Containing Modality
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
933-938 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Quality Assurance System of Teaching Practice at the Chinese Pedagogical University
Li Bing
505-511 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Non-Linguistic Students’ Satisfaction with Level-Based Foreign Language Teaching (by the Example of South Ural State University)
Levina Irina Alexandrovna, Kolegova Irina Alexandrovna, Kiryakova Elena Maratovna, Ponomareva Elena Pavlovna
499-504 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Future Lawyer’s Discursive Skills Formation in Cross-Cultural Environment of Non-Linguistic University
Kurgaeva Olga Leonidovna, Sorokovykh Galina Viktorovna
492-498 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Conceptual-Categorial Apparatus of Methodology to Ensure Quality of Professional Training of Foreign Military Specialists Studying at the Russian Higher Military Aviation School
Kuznetsov Yuri Nikolaevich
486-491 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Development of Special Education Software
Ivanov Andrei Valerievich, Olenchikov Alexei Dmitrievich
480-485 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Improvement of Higher School Interaction with External Professional Environment as Way to Increase Practical Orientation of Training within Master’s Program "Document Management and Archival Science"
Bondarev Dmitriy Yurievich, Sarkisyan Anna Pavlovna, Fedorova Anastasiya Nikolaevna
473-479 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Assessing Lexical Richness in Spontaneous Speech of Pre-schoolers with Mental Retardation
Khodyakova Alexandra Sergeevna, Gruzina Elena Valeryevna
468-472 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Studying Spatial and Visual Perception in Senior Preschool Children with Health Limitations
Baryaeva Lyudmila Borisovna, Krutetskaya Antonina Pavlovna, Tvorogova Anna Vladimirovna
462-467 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Monitoring Medical Students’ Residual Knowledge in Natural Science Disciplines on the Basis of Systemic Approach
Chudinsky Ruslan Michailovich, Sviridov Vladimir Vladimirovich, Kochukova Marina Viktorovna
455-461 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Web-Quest as Means to Raise Foreign Students’ Motivation for Studying Russian (by the Example of Web-Quest "Chief Editor’s Mysterious Text")
Pisar Nadezhda Vladimirovna, Rembolovich Janna Valerievna, Yurasyuk Natalia Vasilievna
447-454 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Formation of Students’ Communication Skills Using Video Materials during Russian Classes
Olesova Antonina Petrovna, Burtseva Dayaana Ruslanovna
440-446 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Model to Form Professionally Oriented Foreign-Language Communicative Competence of Students in the Field of Training "Foreign Regional Studies"
Mushenko Ekaterina Vladimirovna, Mikaeljan Lusine Artakovna
433-439 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Foreign Language Distance Education at Higher School Using the Microsoft Teams Platform
Mirzamova Anelya Suleimanovna
427-432 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Film Review Competition as Form of Organizing Pedagogical Students’ Media Education
Marinchenko Irina Aleksandrovna, Vasil'eva Elena Vasil'evna
419-426 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Exercises for Mastering Means of the English Language by Primary School Children on the Basis of Non-Speech Activities
Kulikova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
411-418 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Multimedia Educational Programmes in the Process of Teaching English: Implementation Experience at Secondary School
Karimova Anna Anatolyevna, Khasanova Oxana Vladimirovna, Zagidullina Gulnaz Foatovna
403-410 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Test for Determining Amount of the English-Language Verbal Receptive Experience and Formation of Listening Mechanisms in Secondary General Education Students and Undergraduate Students
Danilin Mikhail Vyacheslavovich
395-402 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Organising Distance Learning for Non-Linguistic Students in the Context of the Pandemic
Gramma Darya Victorovna, Sergienko Natalia Anatolievna
389-394 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Forming Pupils’ Ethno-Cultural Competence by Means of Karachay-Circassia Visual Art
Batchaeva Zumat Suleimanovna
382-388 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Legal Writing as Legal Analysis Tool in the Anglo-Saxon Legal Culture When Teaching Law Students
Aleynikova Darya Viktorovna
376-381 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
A. S. Ginzberg’s Discursive Activity on Reforming Higher Pharmaceutical Education System in Russia in the Early XX Century
Vorobieva Svetlana Alexandrovna, Zavershinskaya Natal'ya Aleksandrovna, Stepanov Stanislav Vyacheslavovich
368-375 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Development of the Russian System of Additional Education - Historical Parallels
Dyachin Aleksey Sergeyevich
363-367 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Change of Educational Paradigm Due to E-Learning Technologies Implementation in Higher Education
Shirokolobova Anastasia Georgievna, Larionova Ulia Sergevna
357-362 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Non-Formal Education for the Older Generation Representatives as Factor of Their Active Ageing
Gordina Olga Vasilevna, Gordin Aleksandr Innokentevich
349-356 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Formation of Personal Value Orientations in Younger Schoolchildren in Mixed-Age Group of Children’s Sports School: Theoretical Review
Melnichenko Nataliya Ur’evna
339-348 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 3.
Regionally Oriented and Communicatively Oriented Electronic Dictionary - Reference Book on Russian as a Foreign Language (by the Material of Toponymic Space of Khabarovsk Region)
Pylkova Anna Aleksandrovna
576-582 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Creating Interdisciplinary Courses in the Process of Studying a Foreign Language at Nonlinguistic University
Voskovskaya Angela Sergejevna, Karpova Tatiana Anatoljevna
570-575 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Potential of Using Global Simulation Technology as Effective Means of Developing Communicative Competence in Foreign Students at All Levels of Russian as a Second Language Proficiency
Veselova Polina Nicolaevna
563-569 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Spiral Processual Approach in Organizing Lessons on Language Teaching Methodology for Linguistic Students
Stavtseva Irina Vyacheslavovna, Kolegova Irina Alexandrovna
331-338 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Role of Culture in Formation of General Competences of Art College Students
Motornaya Svetlana Evgenievna, Zvagolskaya Svetlana Vasilievna
325-330 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Tools and Techniques to Organize Distance Pedagogical Practice of Future Elementary School Teachers
Makarova Olga Vasilevna, Neverovich Galina Aleksandrovna, Tsyvareva Marina Anatolyevna
318-324 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Specificity of Foreign-Language Training of Postgraduate Military Students at Higher Education Institutions of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation (by the Example of Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation)
Lyskova Marina Ivanovna
310-317 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Comprehensive Assessment of Professional and Personal Competence of Foreign Military Specialists Studying at the Russian Higher Military Aviation Schools
Kuznetsov Yuri Nikolaevich
304-309 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Using Digital Technologies When Teaching Foreign Language Vocabulary to Higher School Students
Kolesnichenko Alvina Nikolaevna
298-303 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Linguo-Didactic Model of Foreign Language Teaching in Higher School Multicultural Educational Environment
Znikina Lyudmila Stepanovna, Sedykh Dina Viktorovna
291-297 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Content of Foreign-Language Education at Higher Education Institution as Means for Fostering Personal Intellectual Culture in Future Teachers
Volodina Olga Vasilevna
279-290 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Pedagogical Technology to Form Juridical Students’ Professionally Oriented Foreign-Language Communicative Competence
Ageeva Marina Gennadievna, Lapekina Yulia Yurievna
272-278 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Sociocultural Conditionality of Upbringing in the System of Children’s Additional Education
Sukhitashvili Lyudmila Stefanovna, Aleinikova Natalya Gennadievna, Tolstokorov Evgeny Stefanovich
265-271 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Teaching the English-Language Art History Discourse to History Students Based on Set of Exercises on the Moodle Platform
Skripkina Ekaterina Alexandrovna, Voinova Viktoria Vladimirovna
258-264 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Algorithm of Denotative Analysis of Literary Text When Teaching Russian to Foreign Students of Non-Linguistic Specialties
Petrov Sergei Valerievich
252-257 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Musical-Pedagogical Technologies to Form Piano Performing-Intoning Culture in the Context of Modern Musical Pedagogy
Maryatch Anastasiya Yuryevna, Sukhova Larisa Georgievna
242-251 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Authentic Feature Film as Means to Form Teenagers’ Foreign-Language Linguo-Sociocultural Competence under Conditions of Additional Education
Lubyanova Marina Alekseevna, Ovsyannikova Alla Viktorovna
235-241 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Creating English Learning Board Game for Senior Pre-schoolers "Treasure Hunt" on the Basis of Iterative Approach
Lopukhova Maya Vladimirovna
228-234 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Methodological Model of Teaching Foreign-Language Intercultural Media Communication under Conditions of Manipulative Influence
Levina Olesia Mikhailovna
222-227 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Teaching Language for Special Purposes to Foreign Students in the Process of Studying Principal Subjects
Krapivnik Liudmila Fedorovna, Puchkova Yelena Victorovna
211-221 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Problem-Value Analysis of Authentic Literary Texts in the Context of Dialogue Space of Foreign-Language Education (Language Specialisations)
Izotova Nadezhda Vasilievna, Nikolaenko Elena Mikhailovna, Zubareva Alina Alexandrovna
204-210 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Visualization Principle in Teaching English Vocabulary to Secondary School Pupils
Zakharova Liudmila Borisovna, Zakharova Elena Valerievna
198-203 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Features of Organising Distance Preparation for the Basic State Examination in English
Zhuvagina Anastasia Vladimirovna, Kharkova Elena Vladimirovna
191-197 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Improvement of Leisure Organization in Rural School Daytime Summer Camps
Pavlovich Daniil Aleksandrovich
182-190 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Priorities in Educating Service Members of the National Guard of the Russian Federation to Counter Extremist Ideology
Merkulov Sergey Vladimirovich
175-181 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Potential of Volunteering Activity in Prevention of Social Escapism among the Student Youth
Kibalnik Alena Vyacheslavovna, Fedosova Irina Valerianovna
168-174 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Genesis of the Notion "Educational and Cognitive Activity"
Zvonenko Anna Borisovna
162-167 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Expanding Predictive Function of Educational Comparative Studies in the Context of Globalisation
Benin Vladislav Lvovich, Pleshakova Anastasia Yurievna
157-161 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Forming Information Competency in Primary School Students in Project Activity
Abramovskyh Natalya Viktorovna, Ilinykh Victoria Sergeevna
150-156 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
In Commemoration of Stanislav Nikolaevich Glazachev, Doctor in Pedagogy, Professor, Honored Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation
Grishaeva Yulia Mikhailovna
147-149 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 2.
Realization of Additional Educational Programs for Special Disciplines Teachers on the Basis of Andragogy Principles
Salnaia Leila Kliment’evna
4069-4074 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 12.
Linguo-Didactic Potential of Infographic Texts when Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language to Distant Learners
Pylkova Anna Aleksandrovna
4064-4068 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 12.
Teaching Written Foreign-Language Communication to Maritime Transport Workers on the Basis of Competence-Based Approach
Moleva Marina Valer’evna
4056-4063 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 12.
Specificity of Multiethnic Students’ Interaction with Artificial Educational Environment in Foreign Language Classes
Islamov Roman Sergeevich
4048-4055 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 12.
Using the Algorithm in Teaching Intertextual Analysis of a Work of Art for Students-Philologists
Zakirova Oksana Vyacheslavovna
4042-4047 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 12.
Working with Opening Sentences of a Text in Preparation for Writing a Summary in the Russian Language in the 9th Form
Gladysheva Marina Sergeevna
4036-4041 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 12.
Digital Textbook as a Means of Communicative Competence Formation during RFL Classes
Trushina Natalya Petrovna, Gainanova Liliya Mullanurovna
3606-3613 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 11.
Development of Regionally Oriented Electronic Textbook on Russian as a Foreign Language (by the Material of Khabarovsk Region)
Pylkova Anna Aleksandrovna
223-231 Philology. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Organization of Educational Practice of Students of "Land Management and Cadastres" Training Area
Fedotova Vera Sergeevna
135-146 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Communicative Component of Future Teachers’ Readiness for Organizing Online Communication
Kostikova Natalia Anatolyevna
129-134 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Modelling Practical Training of Pedagogical Students against Backdrop of School-University Partnership
Zemlyanskaya Elena Nikolaevna, Bezborodova Maria Aleksandrovna
123-128 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Components of Future Teachers’ Readiness to Provide Pedagogical Care
Volodin Vladimir Vladimirovich, Lukina Elena Yurievna
116-122 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Reflection as Component of Professional Pedagogical Culture
Bateneva Elena Vladislavovna
111-115 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Dynamics of Academic Motivation and Professional Choice Motivation among Students of Linguo-Didactic Training Programmes
Atlanova Lidiia Alexandrovna, Korenev Alexey Alexandrovich
104-110 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Model to Form Schoolchildren’s Professional Self-Determination within Educational Environment "Secondary School - Military Higher School"
Pasynkova Marina
96-103 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Developing Teenagers’ Interest in Domestic History at Secondary School Music Lessons
Ostrovskaya Galina Ivanovna
90-95 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Special Linguo-Cultural Studies Course for the Japanese Students: Transformations under Conditions of Distant Learning
Krapivnik Liudmila Fedorovna
82-89 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Evaluating Senior Teenagers’ Aesthetic Taste in Classes on History of Costume within Additional Education System
Krapivina Irina Aleksandrovna, Jasinski Lyudmila Vladimirovna
74-81 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Teaching Language for Specific Purposes to the Chinese Student Musicians: Experience of Using the Textbook "Let’s Talk about Music in Russian"
Zabuga Antonina Aleksandrovna
68-73 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Experience of Realizing the State Program of the Russian Federation "Development of Education" (by the Example of Teaching the Buryat Language in Pre-School Educational Institutions of the Republic of Buryatia)
Dareeva Oksana Alexandrovna
62-67 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Forming Students’ Linguo-Pragmatic Competence in Foreign Language Classes
Davydova Yulia Grigorjevna
55-61 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Linguo-Didactic Potential of Geo-Poetical Texts in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language (В2-С1 Levels)
Vasilieva Taтiana Vladimirovna, Puchkova Yelena Victorovna
48-54 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Organising Military Students’ Scientific and Research Activity within the Framework of Studying Russian as a Foreign Language
Antipova Irina Alexandrovna, Sidorova Olga Yurievna
41-47 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Methodology to Solve Definitional Tasks of Pedagogical Research
Churkina Natalya Ivanovna
36-40 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Story-Making for School: Essence, Notion, Educational Potential
Mokshina Yuliya Lvovna
28-35 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Meanings of Screen Culture as Pedagogical Phenomenon
Korshunova Olga Vitalievna, Korsenyuk Alexander Igorevich
17-27 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Origination and Development of Ideas about "Educational Environment" as Fundamental Unit of Education System: Theoretical Review
Lodde Olga Aleksandrovna
9-16 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Organising Experiential Activity in Preschool Classes: Theoretical Review
Gimaletdinova Gulnara Kamilevna, Sozinova Anastasia Andreevna
1-8 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2021. № 1.
Individualisation of Sociocultural Knowledge and Skills of Bachelors in Natural Sciences through Reading and Translating English Fiction
Madorskaya Natal'ya Yakovlevna, Panteleeva Lyudmila Valentinovna
332-337 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 9.
Taking into Account Semantic Peculiarities of English Verbs of Thinking When Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language
Zubova Ol'ga Vladimirovna
301-307 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 8.
Linguo-Didactic Potential of the Modern English-Language Small Prose (B1-C1 Levels)
Erokhina Aleksandra Borisovna
295-301 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 8.
Teaching Iranian Students to Express Object-Predicate Relations in Russian Sentences with Reflexive Verbs of Emotions
Ashtiani Majdabadi Kohneh Narges, Salimi Abdolmaleki Kosar, Eskandari Mahnush
290-295 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 8.
Specificity of Domestic and Foreign Online Courses from the Viewpoint of a Teacher-User (by the Material of Online Courses of the Russian and French Authors)
Chernyshkova Nataliya Vladimirovna
321-325 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 7.
System of Communicative Exercises for Teaching the Russian Phraseology to Foreign Students-Philologists
Polonnikova Ekaterina Gennad’evna
317-321 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 7.
Specificity of Forming Non-Linguistic Students’ Foreign-Language Research Competence
Chernyshkova Nataliya Vladimirovna
338-343 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Choice of Professionally Oriented Educational Texts and Description of Their Communicative Arrangement on the Basis of Meta-Thematic Approach (by the Material of Engineering-Technical Profile Texts)
Silant'eva Milena Vladimirovna
333-338 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Principles to Compile a Mass Open Online Course of Russian as a Foreign Language for Elementary Grade Students
Ponkratova Ekaterina Mikhailovna, Tarakanova Dar'ya Aleksandrovna
327-332 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Military Students’ Foreign-Language Competence as Component of Professional Readiness
Votintseva Marina Vladimirovna, Shvarts Natal'ya Viktorovna
322-327 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Formation of Multicultural Multilingual Educational Micro-Environment while Developing Multilingual Students’ Lexical Skills (by the Example of German as the Second Foreign Language)
Baklovskaya Ol'ga Konstantinovna, Milyutinskaya Nataliya Yur'evna
315-322 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Infographic Techniques in Professional Training of Master’s Degree Students of the Humanities University
Abramovskikh Elena Valer'evna, Il'icheva Mariya Aleksandrovna
308-315 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Personalisation of University E-Learning Environment as Linguodidactic Issue
Sorokovykh Galina Viktorovna, Vishnevskaya Ekaterina Mikhailovna
878-883 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Motives and Values of Students - Future Teachers
Polkovnikova Natalia Borisovna
868-877 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Methods of Working with the Latin and French Paroemias at Foreign Language Department of Higher Education Institution
Murieva Meri Valerianovna, Kuliev Rachid Kerimovich
863-867 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Competence-Based Approach to Organizing Pedagogical Students’ Autonomous Work on Foreign Language (by the Example of Home Reading)
Milbert Geniya Efimovna
857-862 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Police Officers’ Linguo-Communicative Training in the System of Additional Professional Education: Experience and Prospects
Lyskova Marina Invanovna
850-856 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Monitoring Quality of Educational Resources for Foreign Military Specialists Studying at the Russian Higher Military Aviation Schools
Kuznetsov Yuri Nikolaevich
842-849 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Inherent Inconsistency of Competence-Based Approach to Learning Outcomes Assessment
Kudrina Elena Anatolyevna
835-841 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Forming Higher School Students’ Inclusive Competence: Efficiency of Organizational Teaching Models
Goryunova Liliya Vasilievna, Timchenko Ekaterina Sergeevna, Timchenko Ivan Vladimirovich
828-834 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Using Professionally Oriented Tasks When Teaching Mathematics to 7th-9th-Grade Pupils
Fomina Tatiana Petrovna, Hortsev Andrey Valerievich
823-827 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Developmental Speech Environment as Pedagogical Condition for Preservation of Aboriginal Languages in Educational Space
Unarova Vilena Yakovlevna
816-822 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Requirements for Organizing Students’ Autonomous Work When Teaching Foreign Language Using Flipped Classroom Model
Timkina Yuliya Yurevna
811-815 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Using Pedagogical Students’ Communicative Experience When Teaching Oral Foreign-Language Speech to Them on the Basis of Functional-Cognitive Approach
Serdyuk Elena Vladimirovna
804-810 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Technique to Correct Middle-Grade Pupils’ Phonetic Mistakes in English Classes
Prokhorova Natalya Yuryevna, Myagkova Valeria Yuryevna, Komarova Elena Yuryevna
798-803 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Functional Components of Pragmatic Competence and Their Role in Development of Communication Skills of Higher Education Institutions Students in the Process of Teaching English
Polunina Liudmila Nikolaevna
792-797 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Teaching English to Law Students by Means of Discourse Analysis on the Basis of C. Hoffman’s Comprehensive Approach
Novikova Ekaterina Romanovna, Polyakov Oleg Gennadiyevich, Hausmann-Ushkova Nadezhda Vasil’yevna
784-791 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Experimental Work on Forming Future Elementary School Teachers’ Professional Competences in the Process of Teaching Higher Mathematics
Kondrashova Zoya Mikhailovna, Solokhin Nikolay Nikolaevich
778-783 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
On Potential of Using Self-Moderated Group Discussions When Teaching a Foreign Language
Zarutckaia Ekaterina Vitalyevna
772-777 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Exercises to Form Linguistic Competence of Students-Musicians from China
Zabuga Antonina Aleksandrovna
766-771 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Method of Structural-Functional Analysis of Historical Content: Scientific and Methodological Heritage of Professor P. V. Gora
Donskaya Nadezhda Sergeevna
760-765 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Forming 5th-11th-Grade Pupils’ Soft Skills during the Russian Language Competitions
Gromova Viktoriya Ivanovna
756-759 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
‘Quizlet’ Application as a Means of Teaching Latin to Higher School Students
Golikova Maria Sergeevna
751-755 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Using "Flipped Classroom" Technology in Online Arabic-Language Education of Non-Linguistic Students
Vavichkina Tatiana Anatolievna
746-750 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Methodology of Teaching the Russian Scientific Speech to Foreign Military Students
Antipova Irina Alexandrovna, Sidorova Olga Yurievna
738-745 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Levels of Cadets’ Patriotic Values in Military Higher School Educational Process
Sukhanova Anastasiia Sergheevna
734-737 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Requirements for the Content of Spiritual and Moral Education: Classical Approach
Solovtsova Irina Afanasyevna
727-733 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Activity-Related Factor behind Preventing or Mitigating Personality’s Desocialisation
Belikov Vladimir Aleksandrovich, Romanov Petr Yuryevich, Valeev Azat Salimyanovich, Grigoriev Evgeny Nikolaevich
719-726 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 6.
Using Regional Component in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language at Pre-University Stage (on the Basis of Khabarovsk Onomasticon and Authentic Texts of the Far Eastern Authors)
Pylkova Anna Aleksandrovna
320-327 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Rendering as Basic Cognitive Mechanism to Form Students’ Professional Linguo-Communicative Competence
Voitkova Anastasiya Nikolaevna, Goncharova Tat'yana Vladimirovna
315-320 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Teaching Master’s Degree Students to Decode Abbreviations in Technical Texts
Vlasko Natal’ya Konstantinovna, Erokhin Sergei Konstantinovich, Vilkova Polina Vladimirivna
310-315 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Educational Business Game "The Russian Cultural Code" as a Means to Raise Efficiency of Teaching Professional English to Future PR Specialists
Liakhova Elena Georgievna, Moroz Natalya Yurievna, Perlova Olga Vladimirovna
713-718 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Competence-Based Model of Future Pilots’ and Air Traffic Controllers’ Foreign-Language Education in the Light of the Requirements of Newly Adopted Normative Legal Acts
Lebedeva Natalia Alexandrovna
706-712 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Informational and Methodological Assistance to the Teacher under the Conditions of Distant Foreign Language Learning
Kuzmina Larisa Grigorievna, Petrosyan Zhanna Varazdatovna
699-705 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Process and Resource Based Model to Control Quality of Foreign Specialists’ Professional Training at Higher Military Aviation Schools of the Russian Federation
Kuznetsov Yuri Nikolaevich
693-698 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Using the Technology of Critical Thinking Development while Teaching Foreign Language to Non-Linguistic Students
Korsakova Galina Grigorievna, Popadina Zhanna Petrovna
687-692 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Forming Future Lawyers’ Linguo-Communicative Culture in the Process of Foreign Language Teaching
Kalashnikova Svetlana Viktorovna
682-686 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
The Basic Principles of Teaching English to Elderly Students within the Framework of "Lifelong Learning"
Ivanova Anna Mikhailovna, Malygina Elena Valeryevna, Fyodorova Elena Dmitryevna
675-681 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Developing Technical Students’ Foreign-Language Communicative Skills in the Course of Distance Teaching
Zakharova Olga Olegovna
667-674 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Multilevel Approach to Professionally Oriented Foreign Language Teaching at Non-Linguistic Higher School
Dineikina Ekaterina Vladimirovna, Kuznetsova Natalia Vladimirovna
661-666 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Algorithm to Teach Dialogue-Interview when Training for the Unified State English Exam
Popova Larisa Vladimirovna
656-660 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Classification of Extra-Linguistic Knowledge Taking into Account Adaptation Problems of Foreign Students of Preparatory Department
Malkova Maria Vladimirovna
651-655 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Experimental Research on Efficiency of Business Game and Case Study in Comparison with Traditional Teaching Methods at Non-Linguistic Higher School
Lysenko Nataliya Evgenievna
645-650 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Personally Oriented Methodology of Teaching a Foreign Language to Primary School Pupils
Kulikova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
638-644 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Principles to Compile Foreign Language Electronic Course for Students-Historians
Dubskikh Angelina Ivanovna
633-637 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Fabulous Stories in Preschool Ecological Education
Ganieva Gulchachak Rafisovna, Sharafetdinova Zimfira Gabdrakhmanovna
627-632 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Teaching English-Language Art Criticism Terminology on the Basis of Authentic Literary Texts of the "Painting" Subject Area to Students-Historians
Voinova Viktoria Vladimirovna, Skripkina Ekaterina Alexandrovna
621-626 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Innovative Network Activity to Approve the Udmurt Language Electronic Textbooks for Secondary School: Relevance and Actuality
Bayteryakova Julia Tikhonovna, Botalova Nadezhda Prohorovna
615-620 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Pedagogical Conditions for Developing Students’ Social Interaction Competence in Collaborative Learning Activity
Rodina Olga Nikolaevna
610-614 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Virtual Interaction between Teacher and Parents in Modern Educational Institution
Petrash Elena Aleksandrovna, Sidorova Tat'yana Vladimirovna
604-609 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Psychological and Pedagogical Counselling for Secondary School Pupils during Self-Isolation Period
Monzhievskaya Vera Vladimirovna, Ruzhnikov Mikhail Sergeevich
598-603 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Value Foundations of Educating Service Members of the National Guard of the Russian Federation to Counter Extremist Ideology
Merkulov Sergey Vladimirovich
593-597 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Forming Child’s Early Conceptions of Professions during Career Orientation Process at Preschool Educational Institution
Lukyanova Olga Lvovna, Babayan Angela Vladislavovna
588-592 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Higher Public School as Space for Third-Age Person’s Self-Actualization
Gordina Olga Vasilevna, Gordin Aleksandr Innokentevich
582-587 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Lyceum Educational Environment as Pedagogical Condition of Senior Pupil’s Personality Formation: Axiological Perspective
Al-Yanai Elena Konstantinovna
575-581 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 5.
Optimization of Students’ Autonomous Work on the Discipline "Foreign Language" at Technical Higher Education Establishment
Sherstkova Irina Aleksandrovna, Ziyatdinova Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
216-221 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Efficiency of Multi-Task Methodology when Working with Authentic Sources in English Classes at Non-Linguistic Higher School
Turchina Irina Borisovna
211-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Linguo-Methodological Approach to Problem of Overcoming Phonetic Difficulties That the Chinese Students Face when Studying the Russian Language
Skobelkina Natal'ya Mikhailovna
206-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
"Portfolio" as a Form of Organizing Philological Students’ Autonomous Work under Conditions of Competence-Based Education
Makarenko Larisa Viktorovna, Kovtun Irina Nikolaevna
202-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Thesaurus as a Means to Form Economics Students’ Foreign-Language Lexical Skills within the Space of Related Linguo-Didactic Categories
Zueva Ekaterina Anatol'evna
193-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Using Spider Web Technology when Developing C1 Students’ Foreign-Language Discussion Skills in the Process of Unmoderated Group Discussion
Zarutskaya Ekaterina Vital'evna
187-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Teaching Literary Translation by the Material of the Russian Folk Tales to Linguistic Students
Fokeeva Yuliya Aleksandrovna
569-574 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Pedagogical Conditions of Future Physicians’ Communicative Culture Formation While Studying the Discipline "Pedagogy"
Fetisova Ekaterina Yurievna
564-568 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Forming Master’s Degree Students’ Projective Skills While Studying the Discipline "Theory and Practice of Educational Process Management"
Kozilova Lidiya Vasilievna
558-563 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Developing Translator’s Lexical Competence When Teaching Military Translation
Kalashnikova Olga Anatolyevna
550-557 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Innovative Technology of Pedagogical Cues System Usage
Zorina Elena Mikhailovna
540-549 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Developing Spatial Thinking of Engineering and Technical Profile Students While Studying Geometrical Applications of Multiple Integrals
Golysheva Svetlana Pavlovna
532-539 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Aspects of Forming Students’ Cultural Knowledge When Teaching Professional Foreign-Language Communication
Baukina Svetlana Alekseevna, Novikova Inna Valerievna
527-531 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Factors Influencing Efficiency of Teaching Audition to Non-Linguistic Students
Akimova Irina Nikolaevna, Akimova Ekaterina Anatol'evna, Logacheva Natal'ya Mikhailovna
520-526 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Pedagogical Model of Using Digital Technologies in Realization of Intercultural Component of Bachelor’s Foreign-Language Professional Communicative Competence
Chernyaeva Irina Vasil'evna
513-519 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Game Activity as Way of Organizing Labour Education within Additional Education System in Russia
Qiao Lanju
506-512 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Methodology to Develop Military Students’ Infographic Competence
Rapakova Tat'yana Borisovna
499-505 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Developing a Course of Linguistic and Local History Orientation for Foreign Students at Short-Term Courses of Russian as a Foreign Language
Pisar Nadezhda Vladimirovna, Dronova Anastasiya Leonidovna, Agulnik Ekaterina Sergeevna
492-498 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Methodology of Using Video Materials When Teaching the English Vocabulary on the Theme "School Days" to 3rd-Grade Pupils
Parfenova Svetlana Olegovna, Nagornaya Nadezhda Andreevna
480-491 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Meaningful Aspect of Using Video Materials as Means to Develop Learners’ English-Language Communicative Competence
Nikshikova Lana Yurievna, Firsova Anna Mikhailovna
474-479 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Using Game Technologies at Online Foreign Language Lessons When Teaching the Theme "Coronavirus Infection" to Secondary and Higher School Students
Kushnyr Maria Andreevna, Prikhodchenko Petr Ivanovich
469-473 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Developing Creative Competence of a Future Teacher of Foreign Languages on the Basis of Special Exercises
Kizrina Natal'ya Gennad'evna
463-468 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Specificity of Argumentation Skills Manifestation in Argumentative Essay of Unified State English Exam
Kashcheeva Anna Vladimirovna
457-462 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Familiarizing Foreign Students with Specificity of the Russian Mentality by the Example of A. I. Solzhenitsyn’s Works (Advanced Level of the Russian Language Proficiency)
Goncharova Natalya Alexandrovna, Shvetsova Victoria Mikhailovna
450-456 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Criteria to Assess Oral Speech Skills of Secondary School Pupils Studying Udmurt as a Foreign Language
Botalova Nadezhda Prohorovna, Kotkova Aljona Valerjevna
443-449 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Inclusive Education Quality Management Based on Conception of Universal Design for Learning
Kovyazina Ekaterina Sergeevna, Volosnikova Lyudmila Mikhailovna
437-442 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Interdisciplinarity as Basis for Realization of Integrative Approach to Forming Professional Culture
Danilova Ul'yana Borisovna
431-436 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Formation of the Term "Care" in the Context of Pedagogical Science
Volodin Vladimir Vladimirovich
425-430 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Notion of Professional’s Secondary Linguistic Personality in Domestic and Foreign Linguodidactics: Systematic Review
Sorokovykh Galina Vikortovna, Shafikova Inna Rimovna
419-424 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 4.
Comparative Conceptology as a Means to Form the Chinese Students-Philologists’ Linguo-Culturological Competence (by the Material of Literary Text)
Litovkina Anna Mikhailovna, Makarova Emiliya Aleksandrovna
300-305 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Principles and Criteria for Choosing a Fiction Text when Teaching Russian to the Tajik Students
Baryshnikova Elena Nikolaevna, Saidov Zainularab Zaburiddinovich
295-299 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Forming Psychology Students’ Subjectivity on the Basis of Reflective Skills
Shorina Anna Viktorovna
412-417 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Potential of WhatsApp Messenger while Organizing Distance Learning of the Discipline "Pedagogy and Psychology" at Medical Higher School
Chernyshenko Ol'ga Vasil'evna
407-411 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Axiological and Synergetic Resources to Develop Future Engineers’ Educational Projectivity
Charikova Irina Nikolaevna
402-406 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Role of Interdisciplinary Relationships Principle in the Course of Future Translators’ Professional Training
Tarkhova Lyubov' Anatol'evna, Mikhailova Evgeniya Vladimirovna
397-401 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Using Electronic Simulator in Professionally Oriented Foreign-Language Education of Future Bachelors in the Field of Training "State and Municipal Administration"
Sentishcheva Elena Aleksandrovna
393-396 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Methodological and Technological Principles of Providing E-Learning Software for Educational Institutions (by the Example of "Microsoft Teams" Platform)
Revunov Sergei Vadimovich, Shcherbina Mikhail Mikhailovich, Lubenskaya Mariya Petrovna
387-392 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
On Potential of Using Game Technologies when Teaching Foreign Language to Military Students
Luchinina Ekaterina Nikolaevna, Batalova Mariya Grigor'evna
382-386 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Developing Higher School Students’ Engineering Thinking in the Process of Foreign Language Teaching
Kriskovets Tat'yana Nikolaevna
375-381 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Teacher’s Terminological Culture Development in the Process of Professional Training
Igna Yaroslav Dmitrievich
370-374 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Social Communication among the Russian Law Enforcement Officers
Guzeev Mikhail Sergeevich
365-369 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Rendering in Modern Paradigm of Professionally Oriented English Language Teaching at Non-Linguistic Higher School
Alen'kina Tat'yana Borisovna
360-364 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Efficiency of Using Translation Memory Database while Teaching to Translate Technical Texts of the Subject Area "Metallurgy" (by the Example of SDL TradosStudio)
Akasheva Tat'yana Valentinovna, Rakhimova Nuriya Mukhametovna
353-359 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Psychological and Pedagogical Model of Using Educational Technologies in the Process of Preschool Children’s Mathematical Development
Chumakova Irina Vladimirovna, Vasina Yuliya Mikhailovna, Gaidukova Svetlana Alekseevna
348-352 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Structure and Content of Teacher-Designer Educational Programs in Russia and China: Comparative Analysis
Zhang Fangyu
342-347 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Professionally Oriented Approach as Efficient Means to Raise Technical Students’ Motivation for Foreign Language Study
Khromova Elena Borisovna
337-341 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
On the Problem of Dictionaries Use while Teaching the Russian Language to Elementary Grade Students at the Turn of the XIX-XX Centuries
Trushina Natal'ya Petrovna
332-336 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Internet Memes as a Means to Form Learners’ Linguo-Cultural Competence when Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language
Pisar' Nadezhda Vladimirovna
326-331 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Health-Saving Technologies in Remedial Education of Preschool Children with Speech Disorders
Pelikhova Anna Valer'evna
322-325 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Methodological Principles of Teaching Written Foreign-Language Communication to Maritime Transport Workers
Moleva Marina Valer'evna
315-321 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Formation of Value-Oriented Attitude to Academic Work as Problem of Future Primary School Teachers’ Training
Korotaeva Evgeniya Vladislavovna, Dyldina Dar'ya Viktorovna
310-314 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Blog Technology as a Means to Develop Secondary School Pupils’ Foreign-Language Speech Skills
Kirakosyan Violetta Al'bertovna
303-309 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
System of Working on Professionally Oriented Vocabulary with Military School Cadets in Russian as Foreign Language Classes
Antipova Irina Aleksandrovna, Sidorova Ol'ga Yur'evna
297-302 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Historical and Pedagogical Analysis of Choreographic Education Development at Higher Education Institutions of Culture: Stages and Tendencies (by the Example of Perm State Institute of Culture)
Manzheles Lyudmila Viktorovna
289-296 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Team and Interactive Methods of Teaching as Means to Form Secondary School Pupils’ Financial Competence
Shingaev Sergei Mikhailovich, Medved' Irina Valer'evna
282-288 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Mechanisms to Develop Trust between Educational Process Subjects in the Society of Risk and Uncertainty
Petrash Elena Aleksandrovna, Manuilova Ekaterina Andreevna
277-281 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 3.
Lesson of the Russian (Native) Language in the Aspect of Forming a Schoolchild’s Ethno-Cultural Identity
Truntseva Tat'yana Nikolaevna
300-304 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Complex Text Analysis in Culturological Perspective (with the Elements of Problem-Based Heuristic Methodology of Teaching Russian to Foreign Students)
Nikolaenko Galina Ivanovna, Tayanovskaya Irina Vladimirovna
294-299 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Walt Disney Strategy as an Interdisciplinary Learning Activity for Communication and Critical Thinking Skills Development
Martynova Tatyana Alexandrovna, Orlova Elena Vladimirovna
289-294 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Teaching the Russian-Language Free Dialogic Communication to the Chinese Students
Lidina Irina Yur'evna, Fedoseev Aleksandr Alekseevich
285-289 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Time Management Techniques at Foreign-Language Practical Lessons at Medical Higher School
Gorelik Polina Leonidovna, Boyal'skaya Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Bryukhovskaya Lyudmila Grigor'evna
280-284 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Teaching Punctuation in the English-Language Scientific and Technical Text to Master’s Degree Students
Vlasko Natal'ya Konstantinovna, Vilkova Polina Vladimirovna, Kirichko Nataliya Vyacheslavovna
276-280 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Developing Non-Linguistic Students’ Speech Skills Using the Techniques to Produce Witty Remarks
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
270-275 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Means to Develop Pedagogical Optimism in the Process of Future Teacher’s Training
Yakovleva Yuliya Vladimirovna
272-276 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Regional Model of Foreign Students’ Professional Socialization: Basic Characteristics
Solovtsova Irina Afanas'evna
265-271 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Mass Media Texts as a Means to Form Foreign Students’ Crosscultural Communicative Competence
Semenova Inna Vladimirovna
259-264 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Linguistic Business Game as a Means to Form Technical Students’ Communicative Competence
Parochkina Mariya Mikhailovna
253-258 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Formation of Pedagogical Subjectivity and Research Potential of 4th-Year Bachelor Students during Pedagogical Practice
Malova Elena Nikolaevna
245-252 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Formation of Philological Students’ Reading Experience
Inozemtseva Nadezhda Vladimirovna, Lar'kina Svetlana Evgen'evna
240-244 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Knowing the Basics of Information Technologies as a Prerequisite for Admission to Civil Engineering University
Ignat'ev Vladimir Petrovich, Tsoi Tamara Vladimirovna
235-239 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Raising Technical Students’ Motivation for Studying English by Means of the English Language Week
Zakharova Ol’ga Olegovna
228-234 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Methodology to Develop Military Students’ Foreign-Language Communicative Competence
Grigor'eva Dar'ya Aleksandrovna, Nain Al'bert Yakovlevich, Karpova Ol'ga Leonidovna
223-227 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Using Lexical Approach when Forming Linguistic Students’ Foreign-Language Communicative Competence
Vartanova Karina Yur'evna, Kiseleva Anna Vladimirovna, Sokolovskaya Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
218-222 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Value Aspect of Education in the Context of Forming Future Journalists’ Professional Identity
Avdonina Natal'ya Sergeevna, Koibina Dar'ya Sergeevna
212-217 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Historical Chronology at History Lessons and Its Place in Development of Students’ Cognitive Interest
Skopa Vitalii Aleksandrovich
207-211 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Linguo-Culturological Analysis of Fiction Text at the Lessons of the Russian Language and Literature at the Senior Stage of Secondary Education
Ryabchenko Natal'ya Nikolaevna, San'kova Alena Aleksandrovna
202-206 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Eco-Psychological Model as a Basis of Developmental Teaching in Secondary Education
Plaksina Irina Vasil'evna, Samsonova Svetlana Yur'evna
196-201 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Attempt of Using a Mini-Site while Teaching the English Grammar to Correspondence Students
Pasechnik Tat'yana Borisovna, Karyakina Ekaterina Mikhailovna
190-195 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Specificity of Forming Junior Pupils’ Crosscultural Communicative Competence in Extracurricular Project Activity with the Use of Authentic Materials
Parfenova Svetlana Olegovna, Semenova Lyubov' Anatol'evna, Vasilenko Ekaterina Dmitrievna
185-189 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Organization of Subject Olympiads for Schoolchildren (by the Example of Olympiads in Journalism)
Kravchenko Yuliya Dmitrievna
180-184 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Practical Russian Language Skills as a Prerequisite for Academic Adaptation of the Central Asian Students
Korneva Galina Viktorovna, Gerasimova Elena Evgen'evna
176-179 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Linguo-Didactic Potential of Authentic Video Resources while Forming Professional Foreign-Language Auditory Competence in the Sphere of International Tourism
Dzhenenko Ol'ga Vladimirovna
170-175 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Teaching Visual Art to Children with Restricted Health Abilities on the Basis of a Special Partial Program under the Conditions of Preschool Educational Institutions
Astaf'eva Mariya Anatol'evna, Lukovenko Tat'yana Gennad'evna, Gavrishchak Marina Vladimirovna
163-169 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Developing English-Language Lexical Competence among Alfa Generation Children Using Mobile Applications
Anisiforova Tat'yana Sergeevna, Klochkova Galina Mikhailovna
158-162 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Factors to Develop Efficient "Teacher - Student" Relations in Modern School
Ushatikova Irina Igorevna, Khuzin Al'bert Galimzyanovich
153-157 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Students’ Social Interaction Competence: Essence, Structure and Content
Rodina Ol'ga Nikolaevna
148-152 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Criteria-Based Assessment of Higher School Students’ Educational Achievements
Zemlyanskaya Elena Nikolaevna
142-147 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Methodological Aspects of Using Interactive Technologies when Teaching a Foreign Language to Higher School Students
Asmolovskaya Mariya Vladimirovna, Valeev Agzam Abrarovich
135-141 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 2.
Forming Linguistic Students’ Compensatory and Pragmatic Competences on the Basis of Verbal Cognitive Activity
Murunov Sergey Sergeyevich, Polyakov Oleg Gennadiyevich, Hausmann-Ushkova Nadezhda Vasil’yevna
311-318 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 12.
Strategies to Translate Polymodal Texts: From the Experience of Teaching Professionally Oriented English-Russian Translation
Kukovskaya Anna Vladimirovna
306-311 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 12.
Artificial Intelligence in Information and Communication Technologies and Its Influence on Foreign Language Teaching at Higher School
Islamov Roman Sergeevich
300-305 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 12.
Work with Pragmatonyms at the Lessons of Russian as a Foreign Language as a Basis to Form Students’ Linguo-Cross-Cultural Competence (by the Material of the Lexico-Semantic Group "Confectionery")
Urvantseva Natal'ya Gennad'evna
341-345 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Mobile Applications as a Means of Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language while Organizing Foreign Students’ Autonomous Work
Nadkha Sof'ya Eduardovna, Maslova Anastasiya Mikhailovna, Kuz'mina Elena Olegovna
335-340 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Developing Junior Pupils’ Orthoepic Skills at the Russian Lessons
Belousova Valentina Il'inichna, Lautenshleger Yana Sergeevna
330-334 Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Advantages of Using AR ("Augmented Reality") Technology in the Process of Teaching a Foreign Language to Non-Linguistic Students
Semenova Galina Vladimirovna
128-133 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Mobile Technologies as a Means to Form Students’ Lexical Competence in Professional Linguistic Education
Petrishcheva Natal'ya Sergeevna, Rybalko Tat'yana Grigor'evna
123-127 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Using Doggos Memes When Teaching English to Junior Students of Linguistic and Non-Linguistic Training Directions
Nikolina Nataliya Nikolaevna
118-122 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Dynamics of Forming Future Military Specialists’ Professional Responsibility at Military Higher School
Monakhov Oleg Nikolaevich
112-117 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Realization of Technology to Create a Situation of Success for a Future Teacher by Means of Theatrical Pedagogy
Kuznetsova Svetlana Valer'evna, Bystritskaya Elena Vital'evna
107-111 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Academic Dishonesty among Technical Students: Scale of the Problem and Solutions
Iogolevich Natal'ya Ivanovna, Lobodenko Elena Ivanovna
99-106 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Reflexive Model to Motivate Postgraduate Students for Informal Education
Gvil'dis Tat'yana Yur'evna, Okereshko Anna Valentinovna
89-98 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Methods of Working with Non-Equivalent Vocabulary at the Lessons of Russian as a Foreign Language: A Linguo-Culturological Aspect
Vanyushina Natal'ya Anatol'evna, Dmitrieva Ol'ga Aleksandrovna, Chesnokova Irina Dmitrievna
84-88 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Architectonics of Pedagogical Practice Programs for Master’s Degree Students of Pedagogical Specialities under Introduction of New Federal State Educational Standards
Baklashova Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Sakhieva Regina Gennad'evna, Telegina Nadezhda Viktorovna
79-83 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Hunting as an Educational Phenomenon and an Object of Teaching Non-Profile Disciplines at Agrarian Higher School
Al'shevskaya Larisa Vladimirovna
74-78 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Organizing Educational Activity of 5th-Grade Pupils with Hearing Impairment under the Conditions of Introducing the Federal State Educational Standard of Primary General Education for Pupils with Disabilities
Timofeeva Ol'ga Demidovna, Gorina Ekaterina Nikolaevna
69-73 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Assimilation of Anatomical Terminological Vocabulary by Foreign Students Studying Russian as a Foreign Language
Shvetsova Marina Zhanovna, Koreneva Elena Nikolaevna, Kormosh Ekaterina Viktorovna
64-68 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Organization of International Relations Students’ Work on Individual Educational Trajectory
Tsvetkova Natal'ya Igorevna
60-63 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Didactic Principles of the Program "Philosophy for Children" (M. Lipman) in the Light of Universal Competences Conception
Tylik Artem Yur'evich
55-59 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Teaching Foreign-Language Monologic Speech on the Basis of TED (Technology Entertainment Design) Talks to Higher School Students
Timkina Yuliya Yur'evna
51-54 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Developing Social Intelligence among Schoolchildren with Special Educational Needs at Foreign Language Lessons
Sorokovykh Galina Viktorovna, Pribylova Natal'ya Gennad'evna
46-50 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Theoretical Model of Senior Pupils’ Intercultural Foreign Language Competence
Kuznetsova Anastasiya Valer'evna, Chernyshov Sergei Viktorovich
41-45 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Using the ‘Teaching Knowledge Test’ Textbook in Future Teachers’ Language Education as a Way of Integrating International Certificate Exams into the Process of Professional Foreign Language Teaching
Zhemchugova Svetlana Alekseevna, Evseeva Larisa Nikolaevna, Safronenkova Elena Leonidovna
33-40 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Using CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) while Teaching English to Preschool Children
Barkova Anna Fedorovna, Selivanovskaya Ol'ga Anatol'evna
27-32 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Formation of Future Mathematics Teachers’ Professional Competences Using Error Correction Tasks
Artem'eva Svetlana Vadimovna, Kur'yakova Tat'yana Sergeevna
22-26 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Developing Learners’ Spatial Thinking while Solving Geometrical Tasks with Elements of the Yakut Everyday Life and Architecture
Argunova Nina Vasil'evna, Argunova Aleksandra Petrovna, Popova Alena Mikhailovna
17-21 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Didactic Model to Form Process Modeling Skills When Teaching to Solve Economic Tasks
Alekseeva Elena Evgen'evna
9-16 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
Formative Assessment as a Technique to Develop Schoolchildren’s Educational Autonomy
Shapovalova Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Efremova Nadezhda Fedorovna
1-8 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2020. № 1.
SOFT SKILLS FORMATION IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS STUDENTS
Slezko Yuliya Viktorovna
417-423 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 9.
RHETORIC IN MODERN HIGHER SCHOOL: METHODOLOGY FOR TEACHING STUDENTS OF DIFFERENT AREAS OF TRAINING
Otkidych Elizaveta Vadimovna, Mal'tseva Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Kiseleva Mariya Sergeevna
410-417 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 9.
MEANINGFUL AND METHODOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF CORPORATE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
Minaichenkova Ekaterina Igorevna, Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich
405-409 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 9.
ETHNO-CULTURAL MODULE AS A UNIT OF EDUCATION CONTENT WHEN FORMING SENIOR PUPILS’ FOREIGN-LANGUAGE ETHNO-CULTURAL COMPETENCE
Volkanova Elizaveta Viktorovna
401-405 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 9.
ROLE AND PLACE OF MODERN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES WHILE TEACHING THE DISCIPLINE "RUSSIAN FICTION" TO FOREIGN STUDENTS
Krylova Zhanna Arkad'evna
128-132 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 9.
PECULIARITIES OF CHOOSING THE CONTENT OF TEACHING FOR SHORT-TERM FOREIGN LANGUAGE COURSES
Trutneva Tat'yana Vladimirovna
298-302 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 8.
MASTER’S DEGREE STUDENTS TRAINING FOR CROSSCULTURAL ACADEMIC COOPERATION BY MEANS OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
Novikova Lyudmila Anatol’evna
294-298 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 8.
FORMATION OF THE MINIMUM VOCABULARY ON THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE DISCIPLINE IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Kalashnikova Svetlana Viktorovna
290-293 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 8.
AUTHENTIC MATERIALS USE IN TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (PRE-UNIVERSITY TRAINING)
Chernyavskaya Yanina Leonidovna
318-321 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 7.
TECHNOLOGICAL ASPECT OF MODERN TRANSLATOR’S TRAINING
Suleimanova Ol'ga Arkad'evna, Nersesova Elina Vital'evna, Vishnevskaya Ekaterina Mikhailovna
313-317 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 7.
ANALYSIS OF TOPICAL SUBJECT MATTER AND COMMUNICATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF AUTHENTIC TEXTS FOR A FOREIGN-LANGUAGE TEXTBOOK FOR "AUTOMOBILE SERVICE" SPECIALITY
Rybakova Ekaterina Vladimirovna
306-312 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 7.
CONTENT OF THE COURSE "RUSSIAN LANGUAGE FOR BUSINESS COMMUNICATION" IN THE LIGHT OF MODERN CONCEPTIONS ABOUT THE PURPOSE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
Markova Valentina Alekseevna
301-306 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 7.
DEVELOPING RESEARCH COMPETENCE OF MASTER’S PROGRAMME STUDENTS BY MEANS OF PROFESSIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Absalyamova Ramziya Akhmarovna, Voitik Natal'ya Viktorovna, Poletaeva Oksana Borisovna
297-300 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 7.
A. A. DELVIG’S CREATIVITY STUDY IN THE CONTEXT OF A. S. PUSHKIN’S ALLEGORIES
Solov’eva Faina Evgen’evna
105-108 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 7.
TEACHER’S PERSONAL EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM PLATFORM AS A MEANS TO FORM TECHNICAL STUDENTS’ AUDITORY COMPETENCE
Chainikova Galina Raskatovna
275-281 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 6.
SYSTEM OF EXERCISES FOR TEACHING ACADEMIC WRITING TO THE CHINESE STUDENTS - SPECIALISTS IN THE RUSSIAN PHILOLOGY
He Yu
271-275 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 6.
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS ORIENTATION OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AT A HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION OF CULTURE
Tikhonova Svetlana Aleksandrovna
265-270 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 6.
ATTEMPT OF IMPLEMENTING AND PECULIARITIES OF DESIGNING ESP COURSE BY THE EXAMPLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Rozhkov Mikhail Anatol’evich
261-265 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 6.
COMPETENCE-BASED APPROACH IN EDUCATION AS A NECESSARY CONDITION FOR PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF FUTURE SPECIALISTS WITHIN HIGHER SCHOOL
Gulaya Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Romanova Svetlana Anatol'evna
256-261 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 6.
METHODOLOGICAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TEACHING SEMANTIC AND STYLISTIC INTERPRETATION OF A FOREIGN TEXT TO FUTURE LINGUISTS (DISTANT LEARNING)
Fatueva Svetalana Anatol’evna
418-422 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 5.
PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT OF A FUTURE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER BY MEANS OF LINGUO-THEORETICAL DISCIPLINES
Stolyarova Irina Nikolaevna, Vasil'eva Elena Viktorovna, Babushkina Elena Alekseevna
413-417 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 5.
USE OF WEB APPLICATIONS AS TOOLS FOR COLLABORATIVE WORK OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS WHEN WORKING WITH TEXTS AT A TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Rakhimova Tat’yana Anatol’evna, Kaseka Irina Petrovna
409-412 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 5.
COMPETENCE-BASED APPROACH TO TEACHING PROFESSIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO MASTER’S DEGREE SEEKERS (A CASE STUDY OF ENGLISH-FOR-JOURNALISM COURSE)
Polyakov Oleg Gennadievich, Il'ina Ol'ga Karlovna, Petrova Anzhelika Aleksandrovna
403-408 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 5.
NEW TERMS OF THE LEXICO-SEMANTIC GROUP "FASHION" IN PRACTICE OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Nadkha Sof'ya Eduardovna, Gaputina Violetta Aleksandrovna
399-403 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 5.
PROPERTIES OF THE STRUCTURE OF A FOREIGN-LANGUAGE WRITTEN TEXT BY THE EXAMPLE OF AN ESSAY - PERSONAL OPINION EXPRESSION
Kashcheeva Anna Vladimirovna
395-398 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 5.
POLYCULTURAL LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Getmanskaya Mariya Konstantinovna, Getmanskaya Anna Vasil’evna
390-394 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 5.
TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO FUTURE PSYCHOLOGISTS BY THE MATERIAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURE FILMS
Baturina Yuliya Vsevolodovna
384-390 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 5.
EPISTEMIC METHOD OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING WHILE ADOPTING THE BASIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OF GENERAL EDUCATION
Babenkova Elena Aleksandrovna, Belyaeva Marina Mikhailovna
381-384 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 5.
REALIZATION OF METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO COMPILING A GUIDE TO TEACH PROFESSIONAL RUSSIAN TEXTS AUDING TO FOREIGN MILITARY STUDENTS
Aseikina Larisa Stepanovna, Kashina Larisa Georgievna
376-380 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 5.
METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING HIGH-QUALITY TRANSLATION OF A FOREIGN-LANGUAGE TEXT TO STUDENTS-LINGUISTS
Suslova Larisa Viktorovna
313-316 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
ATTEMPT OF DEVELOPING METAPHORICAL COMPETENCE IN MASTERS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND REGIONAL STUDIES
Skrynnikova Inna Valerievna, Grigor'eva Elena Gennadievna, Shchekoldina Anna Viktorovna
309-312 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
PROBLEMS OF INTERFERENCE WHILE TEACHING PROFESSIONAL TRANSLATION AT A NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY ("JURISPRUDENCE" SPECIALTY)
Poletaeva Oksana Borisovna, Shatilovich Ol’ga Viktorovna
304-309 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
IMPLEMENTING COMMUNICATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING RUSSIAN TO FOREIGN MILITARY MEN
Supronova Angelina Nikolaevna
205-210 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
PHILOSOPHICAL DISCIPLINES IN THE CONTEXT OF FORMING THE FUTURE ENGINEER’S METHODOLOGICAL CULTURE
Sarpova Ol'ga Vasil'evna
200-205 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTIC OF PEDAGOGICAL PROJECTING WHILE TRAINING A FUTURE TEACHER OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
Samoilova Mariya Vasil'evna
196-199 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
TEACHER’S EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE: ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTIC
Rybakova Nadezhda Alekseevna
190-195 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED TASKS IN THE SYSTEM OF FUTURE TEACHER’S MATHEMATICAL TRAINING (BY THE EXAMPLE OF INFORMATICS TEACHERS’ TRAINING)
Pavlova Oksana Alekseevna
186-190 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
DEVELOPING BACHELOR STUDENTS’ CROSSCULTURAL COMPETENCE WHILE TEACHING FOREIGN-LANGUAGE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION IN MIXED FORM
Novikova Lyudmila Anatol'evna, Akat'eva Irina Sergeevna, Torkhova Yuliya Vladimirovna
181-186 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
EFFICIENCY OF THE GAMIFICATION METHOD IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE "LASERTAG" GAME)
Nelyubin Roman Vladimirovich, Penionzhek Evgeniya Vladimirovna, Takiulina El'vira Ruslanovna
177-180 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
SPECIFICITY OF PREPARING A FUTURE MUSIC TEACHER TO DIRECT SCHOOL MUSICAL ENSEMBLES
Mambetov Servet Yakubovich
173-177 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
DIDACTIC ASPECTS OF USING MULTI-MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES WHEN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO HIGHER SCHOOL STUDENTS
Kotlyarenko Yuliya Yur'evna, Simonova Oksana Borisovna
168-172 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO DEVELOPING PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES OF MASTER’S DEGREE STUDENTS OF "ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS" DIRECTION UNDER CONDITIONS OF MULTICULTURAL DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
Karnaukhova Alena Amirovna
163-167 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
YOUTH’S PROFESSIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL ORIENTATIONS AS A FACTOR OF SOCIAL AND LABOUR RELATIONS
Istomina Ol'ga Borisovna
159-163 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
ATTEMPT OF COMPILING COMPETENCE-BASED ASSIGNMENTS BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE DISCIPLINE "SAFETY ON THE ROAD AND IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT"
Erokhina Lyudmila Yur'evna
151-158 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
SERVICE-LEARNING AS A TECHNOLOGY OF PROFESSIONAL LEGAL TRAINING ON THE BASIS OF HIGHER SCHOOL JURIDICAL CLINICS
Gorbul' Yuliya Aleksandrovna, Yur'eva Larisa Anatol'evna
145-151 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
METHODOLOGY TO TEACH THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE PROFESSIONAL TERMINOLOGY TO NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS
Valeeva El'vira Enverovna
140-144 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
THEORETICAL MODEL TO DEVELOP ENGINEER’S FOREIGN-LANGUAGE ARGUMENTATIVE SPEECH CULTURE
Shumeiko Tat'yana Nikolaevna
134-139 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
INTENSIFICATION OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS STUDENTS’ EDUCATIONAL PROCESS ON THE BASIS OF TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, INITIAL STAGE)
Tsvetkova Natal'ya Igorevna
130-134 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
DEVELOPING LEARNERS’ COGNITIVE AUTONOMY ON THE BASIS OF ‘GOOGLE MAPS’ GEO-SERVICE AND TEACHER’S PERSONAL SITE WHILE CONDUCTING ADDITIONAL ENGLISH CLASSES
Pasechnik Tat'yana Borisovna, Starokadomskaya Alena Igorevna
123-130 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
USING COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES TO FORM JUNIOR PUPILS’ GEOMETRIC CONCEPTIONS
Maslova Svetlana Valer'evna
118-123 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
FORMATION OF JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL PUPIL’S INFORMATION CULTURE
Lyugzaeva Svetlana Il'inichna, Chiranova Ol'ga Ivanovna
112-117 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
TRADITIONS AND INNOVATIONS IN ADDITIONAL ARTISTIC EDUCATION IN CHINA OF THE XXI CENTURY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF NINGXIA AUTONOMOUS REGION)
Liu Yige, Fomina Svetlana Igorevna
107-111 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
SYSTEM OF EDUCATIONAL TASKS AIMED TO FAMILIARIZE NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS WITH PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN THE SPHERE OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE MODERN ENGLISH PERIODICALS)
Lysenko Natal'ya Evgen'evna
102-107 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
ROLE OF GENRE APPROACH IN THE PROCESS OF THE PIANIST’S MUSICAL EDUCATION AND UPBRINGING
Kaishauri Eteri Georgievna, Kuznetsova Alina Vladimirovna
98-102 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
CONTENT AND PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING FOREIGN-LANGUAGE PROFESSIONAL VOCABULARY TO "METALLURGY" SPECIALITY STUDENTS
Ionkina Ekaterina Yur'evna, Kokhtashvili Natal'ya Ivanovna, Yankina Elena Vladimirovna
93-98 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
THE RUSSIAN HIP-HOP MUSIC AS A MODERN TOOL TO TEACH RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT A HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Zabuga Antonina Aleksandrovna
87-93 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
ANALYSIS OF MEANINGFUL ASPECTS OF LINGUO-DIDACTIC MODELS OF TEACHING AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF THEIR CONTRADICTIONS
Dolzhenkov Valerii Nikolaevich
82-86 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
DISTANT COMPONENT IN TEACHING GERMAN TO CORRESPONDENCE STUDENTS OF PEDAGOGICAL SPECIALITIES
Volgina Ol'ga Vyacheslavovna
78-82 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
PRINCIPLES TO COMPILE A MASS OPEN ONLINE COURSE OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR ELEMENTARY GRADE STUDENTS
Verenich Tat'yana Konstantinovna, Mezit Anna Eduardovna, Mikalauskaite Elizaveta Yuliponasovna
73-78 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
GENRE APPROACH TO INTEGRATED TEACHING OF CONSTRUCTION SPECIALITIES STUDENTS
Abrosimova Alesya Vyacheslavovna, Kolesnikova Nataliya Ivanovna
68-73 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
S. I. HESSEN IN SCIENTIFIC AND PEDAGOGICAL LIFE OF THE RUSSIAN ?MIGR? COMMUNITY IN GERMANY (THE 1920S)
Kirzhaeva Vera Petrovna, Osovskii Oleg Efimovich
62-67 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
ON COMPILING AND IMPLEMENTING UNIFIED SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM IN TECHNICAL COLLEGES OF THE TATAR ASSR IN THE 1920S - AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 1930S
Sadykov Shamil' Fanisovich
55-61 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
E. V. BELYAVSKY’S "PEDAGOGICAL MEMORIES" AS A SOURCE ON HISTORY OF SCHOOL LITERARY EDUCATION
Lazarev Yurii Vasil'evich
51-55 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
CHANGES IN THE SYSTEM OF PEDAGOGICAL STAFF TRAINING IN THE USSR IN THE 1950S - AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 1960S
D'yachin Aleksei Sergeevich, Kisel'nikov Aleksei Borisovich
47-51 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
STAGES OF FOREIGN-LANGUAGE EDUCATION FORMING IN RUSSIA FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF MULTICULTURALISM
Braslavskaya Elena Alekseevna
42-47 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
INNOVATIVE MODEL TO FORM A TEACHER’S SUBJECTIVE PROFESSIONAL POSITION
Pushkina Oksana Vladimirovna
37-41 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
SPECIFICITY OF CURATORIAL WORK WITH FOREIGN STUDENTS AT THE STAGE OF PRE-UNIVERSITY TRAINING
Ivanova Irina Sergeevna, Il'ina Svetlana Anatol'evna
32-36 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND ITS TOOLS: THEORETICAL STUDY AND CASE STUDY
Demidova Irina Alekseevna
25-32 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
TUTOR’S SUPPORT OF SCHOOLCHILD’S RESEARCH ACTIVITY UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF PROFILE TRAINING: PURPOSES, PRINCIPLES, STAGES
Danilov Igor' Al'bertovich, Egorova Rimma Ignat'evna
20-25 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
EDUCATION AND CULTURE OF THINKING: RELEVANT METHODOLOGICAL DISCOURSE
Glazachev Stanislav Nikolaevich, Anisimov Oleg Sergeevich, Grishaeva Yuliya Mikhailovna, Shumilov Yurii Vasil'evich
9-19 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 4.
EDUCATIONAL AND PEDAGOGICAL POSSIBILITIES OF BOOK TRAILER TECHNOLOGY IN SCHOOLCHILDREN’S LITERARY EDUCATION
Kolova Svetlana Dmitrievna, Vrublevskii Aleksandr Sergeevich
462-465 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES USE WHEN ORGANIZING CORRESPONDENCE STUDENTS’ AUTONOMOUS WORK ON FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Shirokolobova Anastasiya Georgievna, Larionova Yuliya Sergeevna, Berezina Anna Sergeevna
353-358 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
REGIONAL COMPONENT IN CLASSES OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (LINGUO-CULTURAL COMMENTARY OF LOCAL HISTORY MATERIAL OF IRKUTSK REGION)
Chupanovskaya Mariya Nikolaevna, Maklakova Tat’yana Borisovna
348-352 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
MOTIVATION ROLE IN FORMING A SCHOOLCHILD’S MULTILINGUAL PERSONALITY
Mosienko Lyudmila Vasil’evna, Kharlamova Yuliya Sergeevna
344-348 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
LINGUISTIC COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH READING JOURNALISTIC TEXTS IN THE CLASSES OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Gvozdeva Elena Viktorovna
340-344 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
A SHORT HUMOROUS TEXT USE IN THE PROCESS OF SPEECH COMPETENCE FORMATION OF NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
335-339 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
FORMATION OF LEARNERS’ FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMPETENCES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES AT A TECHNICAL HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT (BY THE EXAMPLE OF AN ADVERTISING VIDEO)
Chumanova Natal'ya Aleksandrovna, Erenchinova Evgeniya Borisovna
101-106 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
USING MODERN SMS LANGUAGE WHEN TEACHING ENGLISH TO PEDAGOGICAL STUDENTS
Poddubnaya Yana Nikolaevna
96-100 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
FORMATION OF LINGUISTIC STUDENTS’ EDUCATIONAL AUTONOMY BY MEANS OF MASS OPEN ONLINE COURSES
Petrishcheva Natal'ya Sergeevna, Rybalko Tat'yana Grigor'evna
91-96 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
EXAM SIMULATION AT A HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT: FACTORS OF POPULARITY
Nikitin Anton Pavlovich
87-91 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
FORMATION OF FUTURE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ PROJECT COMPETENCE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF MORDOVIAN STATE PEDAGOGICAL INSTITUTE NAMED AFTER M. E. EVSEVIEV)
Kizrina Natal'ya Gennad'evna
82-87 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
SPECIALIZED OLYMPIAD AS A MEANS TO SOLIDIFY STUDENTS’ THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE
Ignat’ev Vladimir Petrovich, Chakhov Dmitrii Konstantinovich, Makarova Matrena Fedos'evna
78-82 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
PRINCIPLES TO IMPROVE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS’ COMMUNICATIVE MOBILITY IN THE ADVANCED TRAINING COURSE
Ashkhotova Liana Arkad'evna, Yarychev Nasrudi Uvaisovich
73-78 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
STUDENT ASSESSMENT OF TEACHERS IN THE CONTEXT OF RAISING EDUCATION QUALITY
Agranat Yuliya Vladimirovna, Ivanova Larisa Vladimirovna
68-72 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
ANALYSIS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS ON THE NATIVE (UDMURT) LANGUAGE IN THE ASPECT OF WORK ON SPEECH DEVELOPMENT
Chernova Svetlana Nikolaevna
63-67 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
HIGHER SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT IN SOCIOCULTURAL ADAPTATION OF FOREIGN STUDENTS
Urvantseva Natal'ya Gennad'evna
59-63 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
USE OF TALK SHOW AS A PRACTICE-BASED TASK WHEN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION AT A PEDAGOGICAL HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Levina Elena Aleksandrovna, Eremina Aleksandra Olegovna
55-58 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
METHODOLOGICAL TRAINING OF PHILOLOGICAL STUDENTS FOCUSED ON DEVELOPING PUPILS’ NON-SPONTANEOUS MONOLOGICAL SPEECH SKILLS
Kulaeva Galina Mikhailovna
50-55 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
PROJECT-BASED TASK AS A MEANS TO FORM COMMUNICATIVE UNIVERSAL EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES AT THE LESSONS OF UDMURT AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Kotkova Alena Valer'evna
46-49 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
A MODEL TO PROJECT A RATING PLAN FOR THE ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE
Kirk Yana Gennad'evna, Kulinskaya Ekaterina Vyacheslavovna
39-45 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL COMPONENT OF BACHELOR STUDENTS’ MENTAL ACTIVITY WHEN TEACHING GEOMETRY USING MATHEMATICAL SOFTWARE
Zhuk Larisa Viktorovna
35-39 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
METHODOLOGICAL RECOMMENDATIONS TO OVERCOME LEARNERS’ TYPICAL MISTAKES WHEN PREPARING FOR THE UNIFIED STATE FRENCH EXAM (SECTION "SPEAKING")
Baryshnikova Yuliya Yur'evna, Bogdanova Oksana Nikolaevna
28-34 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
TEACHING TEXT ACTIVITY AT THE RUSSIAN LESSONS UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF MULTICULTURAL EDUCATIONAL SPACE
Andreeva Ol'ga Sergeevna
23-28 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
EDUCATOR V. N. SOROKA-ROSINSKY AND HIS PEDAGOGICAL HERITAGE
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
17-22 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
S. I. HESSEN AND "CONTEMPORARY PAPERS" JOURNAL IN THE 1920-1930S: CHAPTER FROM THE BIOGRAPHY OF THE OUTSTANDING RUSSIAN EDUCATIONALIST
Vishlenkova Svetlana Gennad'evna, Piskunova Alina Andreevna
12-16 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
EDUCATIONAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES AS A MEANS TO DEVELOP SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AMONG "RISK GROUP" CHILDREN
Chemerilova Irina Al'bertovna
7-11 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 3.
DEVELOPMENT OF THE RUSSIAN SPEECH AND CROSSCULTURAL COMPETENCE OF THE CHINESE STUDENTS BY MEANS OF PAINTING IN DISTANCE LEARNING
Yang Chunlei, Khodyakova Liya Aleksandrovna
295-301 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
METHODOLOGICAL BASES OF TEACHING LISTENING COMPREHENSION TO FOREIGN STUDENTS BY THE MATERIAL OF ENGINEERING-TECHNICAL TEXTS
Farkhetdinova Gul’naz Dautovna, Basharova Nailya Fanisovna
290-294 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
LINGUO-CONCEPT-CENTRED LESSON IN THE SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM OF A PUPIL’S ORAL SPEECH DEVELOPMENT
Truntseva Tat’yana Nikolaevna
285-290 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
METHODS OF USING A REGIONAL COMPONENT IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEXTBOOKS FOR HIGHER EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF CULTURAL AND SYMBOLIC POTENTIAL OF MUROM)
Pankratova Elena Aleksandrovna
280-285 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
LINGUOCULTUROLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE RUSSIAN CLASSICAL LITERATURE STUDY BY FOREIGN STUDENTS
Panina Elena Igorevna
276-279 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
LINGUO-DIDACTIC POTENTIAL OF SOCIAL ADVERTISING TEXTS IN TEACHING FRENCH TO LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Ostroumova Ol'ga Fedorovna
272-275 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
SOCIAL NETWORKS USE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING PRACTICE
Navolochnaya Yuliya Vadimovna
267-272 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
LINGUISTIC-COMMUNICATIVE MODEL OF THE RUSSIAN CASE SYSTEM TEACHING TO FOREIGN STUDENTS USING VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES
Morozovska Miroslava Pavlovna
262-267 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES USE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AT NON-LINGUISTIC DEPARTMENTS OF HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENTS
Malinin Nikolai Vyacheslavovich
258-261 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
ANALYSIS OF METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PHONETIC SKILLS OF TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AT THE INITIAL STAGE OF TRAINING
Kargina Elena Mikhailovna
255-258 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
INDIVIDUAL EDUCATIONAL ROUTE’S REALISATION FOR LISTENING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT OF NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN BLENDED LEARNING CONTEXT
Evseeva Arina Mikhailovna
250-254 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
METHODS OF PROBLEM-BASED PROFESSIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING TO STUDENTS OF THE FIELD OF STUDY "TOURISM"
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
245-250 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
INTELLIGENT VOICE ASSISTANT ALICE IN CLASSES OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (LEVEL A1)
Al-Kaisi Alisa Nazarovna, Arkhangel’skaya Alla Leonidovna, Rudenko-Morgun Ol’ga Ivanovna
239-244 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
ATTEMPT OF USING FAMILY ARCHIVES IN STUDENTS-HISTORIANS’ PROFESSIONAL TRAINING: SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL POTENTIAL
Shorokhova Irina Viktorovna
62-65 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
FURTHER VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ROLE IN PERSONALITY’S CONTINUING EDUCATION
Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich
59-61 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
FORMING THE CULTURE OF CHOOSING PROFESSIONAL ACTION WHEN TRAINING LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ON THE BASIS OF DEONTOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES
Starkov Mikhail Aleksandrovich, Penionzhek Evgeniya Vladimirovna, Gareev Dmitrii Rinatovich
55-58 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
TEACHING ENGLISH COLLOQUIAL SPEECH WITHIN SPACE-TIME APPROACH
Goncharova Natal’ya Aleksandrovna, Kretinina Galina Vyacheslavovna
51-55 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
MODERN CONTENT AND DEVELOPMENT TRENDS OF PEDAGOGICAL TUTORSHIP IN THE RUSSIAN GENERAL EDUCATION SYSTEM
Vitvar Oksana Ivanovna
43-51 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
ANALYZING PERFORMANCE TIME OF WOMEN CLIMBERS PASSING THE CLIMBING ROUTE
Kotchenko Yurii Vasil'evich
38-42 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
INTEGRATED APPROACH TO PRIMARY SCHOOLCHILDREN’S GEOMETRIC CONCEPTIONS FORMATION
Chirkova Natal’ya Ivanovna, Barabanova Anastasiya Vladimirovna, Konovalenko Dar’ya Alekseevna
33-37 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
POSSIBILITIES OF TEACHING THE NATIVE (UDMURT) LANGUAGE IN THE UDMURT REPUBLIC
Chernova Svetlana Nikolaevna
29-33 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO UNIVERSITY ENTRANTS FROM THE COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES AT THE PREPARATORY FACULTY
Tolstova Natal'ya Nikolaevna
25-29 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
STUDENTS’ TOLERANCE DEVELOPMENT BY MEANS OF TEACHING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN UNIVERSITIES OF KAZAKHSTAN
Mashanova Saniya Medetbekovna, Kylyshpaeva Madina Khamitovna, Kylyshpaeva Sarbinaz Khamitovna
21-24 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
N. V. CHEKHOV - THE PROMINENT RUSSIAN TEACHER, ENLIGHTENER AND PUBLIC EDUCATION INITIATOR
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
13-20 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
ONLINE COURSES: REVOLUTION IN EDUCATION OR SUCCESSFUL PR CAMPAIGN?
Kravchenko Mikhail Aleksandrovich, Kravchenko Oksana Viktorovna
9-13 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
SPECIFICITY OF ORTHODOX UPBRINGING IN PEASANT FAMILIES IN THE XIX-XX CENTURIES
Denisova Ruteniya Robertovna, Vlasova Larisa Vyacheslavovna
5-9 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 2.
TEACHING PRONUNCIATION OF THE RUSSIAN HARD NASAL CONSONANTS IN THE CHINESE AUDIENCE
Wu Siqi
392-395 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 12.
ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY AT THE LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT MILITARY HIGHER SCHOOL (ON THE BASIS OF MILITARY-HISTORICAL TEXT)
Trushina Elena Anatol'evna
387-391 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 12.
ELECTRONIC COURSE AS A FORM OF TEACHING RUSSIAN TO FOREIGN STUDENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE "CLIP THINKING" PHENOMENON
Belyaeva Elena Vladimirovna, Mart'yanova Natal'ya Anatol'evna
382-387 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 12.
METHODS OF WORKING WITH THE INTERNET MEMES WHILE FORMING SENIOR PUPILS’ SOCIOCULTURAL COMPETENCE IN THE PROCESS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
Sedlyarova Ol'ga Mikhailovna, Solov'eva Natal'ya Sergeevna, Nenasheva Yuliya Aleksandrovna
451-456 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 11.
REGIONALLY ORIENTED ELECTRONIC TEXTBOOK AS DIDACTIC RESOURCE
Mordvintseva Valentina Samuilovna, Nikulina Nadezhda Aleksandrovna
447-450 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 11.
THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF LINGUISTIC AND LOCAL HISTORY MODULE "THE LIVING LANGUAGE OF TRANSBAIKALIA" IN THE SCHOOL COURSE "TRANSBAIKALIA STUDIES"
Ignatovich Tat'yana Yur'evna, Biktimirova Yuliya Viktorovna
441-447 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 11.
PROBLEM-BASED METHODS TO FORM LEXICAL SKILLS WHEN TEACHING RUSSIAN - ENGLISH / ENGLISH - RUSSIAN TRANSLATION IN ADDITIONAL FOREIGN-LANGUAGE EDUCATION
Ziyatdinova Yuliya Nadirovna
437-441 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 11.
USING LMS MOODLE TO DEVELOP NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS’ FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS
Khudolei Natal'ya Viktorovna
385-390 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 10.
TEACHING PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED CHINESE TO NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS
Raspertova Svetlana Yur'evna
378-384 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 10.
LEGAL LINGUISTICS IN THE CONTEXT OF TEACHING PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH TO LAWYERS
Ponomarenko Vera Anatol'evna, Rogoznaya Natal'ya Valer'evna
374-378 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 10.
USING COMMUNICATIVE MARKERS WHEN FORMULATING A GRAMMAR RULE IN THE COURSE OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Markova Valentina Alekseevna
369-374 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 10.
USING EDUCATIONAL FILMS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES AT MILITARY HIGHER SCHOOL TO DEVELOP THE SKILLS OF BILATERAL TRANSLATION OF QUESTIONING A PRISONER OF WAR
Zharovskaya Elena Viktorovna, Votintseva Marina Vladimirovna
364-368 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 10.
GAMIFICATION AS A TECHNIQUE TO TEACH THE RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE SPONTANEOUS COMMUNICATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF TEACHING STUDENTS OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SPECIALITIES)
Erofeeva Anna Aleksandrovna
359-364 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 10.
SPECIFICITY OF STUDYING VERBAL ONE-MEMBER SENTENCES AT THE LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Gainanova Liliya Mullanurovna
355-358 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 10.
FORMATION OF READING COMPREHENSION SKILLS WHEN TEACHING THE STATE LANGUAGE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION TO CHILDREN WHO ARE INCOMPETENT OR LOW COMPETENT IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Artemenko Ol’ga Ivanovna, Gasanova Patimat Magomed-Alievna, Buiskikh Tat'yana Mikhailovna
347-354 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 10.
METHODS TO INTRODUCE SENIOR PUPILS TO THE PRINCIPLES OF ARTISTIC IMAGE FORMATION IN A. AKHMATOVA’S EARLY LYRICS
Mezhebovskaya Viktoriya Viktorovna
112-117 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 10.
CONSTRUCTING A LITERATURE LESSON AT THE SENIOR LEVEL OF A POLY-LINGUAL GYMNASIUM (BY THE EXAMPLE OF MODERN POETRY)
Gainutdinova Alina Rauil'evna
108-112 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 10.
IN-DEPTH READING AND COMMENTING WHEN TEACHING THE RUSSIAN LITERATURE TO FOREIGN CITIZENS
Ryabova Svetlana Grigor’evna
284-288 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
PEDAGOGICAL DIAGNOSTICS ROLE IN SELF-STUDY FOR THE UNIFIED STATE EXAM IN ENGLISH
Goncharova Tat’yana Vladimirovna, Kalinina Vitaliya Valer’evna
151-155 Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
FURTHER PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION ROLE IN THE MAIN SOCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL PROCESSES
Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich
76-79 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
FUTURE TEACHERS’ ANALYTICAL ACTIVITY IN THE CONTEXT OF COMPETENCE-ORIENTED HIGHER EDUCATION
Nikitina Elena Aleksandrovna
72-76 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
DEVELOPMENT OF THE PRINCIPAL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME WITHIN THE FIELD OF STUDY 44.03.05 PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION (WITH TWO SPECIALISATIONS) TAKING INTO ACCOUNT REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL STATE EDUCATIONAL STANDARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION OF THE NEW GENERATION AND THE PROFESSIONAL STANDAR
Medvedeva Ol'ga Anatol'evna, Khrabrova Valeriya Evgen'evna
67-72 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
INTERACTIVE POSSIBILITIES OF E-LEARNING COURSE DEVELOPED ON THE BASIS OF THE MOODLE SYSTEM
Medvedeva Ol’ga Anatol’evna
62-67 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
ON THE IMPACT OF QUALITY OF SCHOOL TRAINING IN GEOMETRY ON THE PROGRESS OF FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS OF TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES
Krivonosova Ekaterina Ivanovna, Morozova Marina Alekseevna
56-62 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
SOME ASPECTS OF PRACTICAL USE OF TOURISTIC INFORMATION RESOURCES IN ELECTRONIC EDUCATION
Elokhina Aleksandra Konstantinovna
52-55 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
THE COURSE "FUNDAMENTALS OF INFORMATION CULTURE" AS A CONDITION FOR A PEDAGOGUE-PROFESSIONAL’S DEVELOPMENT
Vafina Elena Minkhaerovna, Galimshina Regina Al’fretovna
46-51 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD AS A MEANS FOR TEACHING ENGLISH TO STUDENTS WITH CLIP THINKING
Braslavskaya Elena Alekseevna
42-45 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
FORMING A POSITIVE ATTITUDE TO E-SPORTS AS A SPORTS DISCIPLINE AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE
Panych Regina Borisovna, Petrovskii Stanislav Stanislavovich, Ogurtsov Denis Aleksandrovich
36-41 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
CROSSCULTURAL COMPETENCE FORMATION IN THE CONTEXT OF THE DIALOGUE OF CULTURES
Mutovkina Ol’ga Mikhailovna
32-35 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
ADVANTAGES OF USING PODCASTS IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO SENIOR PUPILS
Musina Aigul' Al'bertovna, Shkilev Roman Evgen'evich
29-32 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
PODCASTS OF THE INTERNET RESOURCE ALL EARS ENGLISH IN TEACHING THE INTERACTIVE ASPECT OF ORAL COMMUNICATION IN ENGLISH TO B2-C1-LEVEL STUDENTS
Zarutskaya Ekaterina Vital'evna
25-28 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
EDUCATIONAL ASPECT OF I. A. KRYLOV’S COMEDIES
Geroeva Lyudmila Mikhailovna
20-24 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
JUNIOR PUPILS’ POTENTIAL TO ACHIEVE INTERDISCIPLINARY EDUCATIONAL RESULTS WHEN WORKING WITH TEXTS
Bayanova Evgeniya Vladimirovna, Kolesnikova Tat'yana Mikhailovna
17-20 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
PEDAGOGICAL IDEAS OF THE PROMINENT RUSSIAN PUBLIC FIGURE N. V. SHELGUNOV
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
11-16 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
SERGEI ARKAD'EVICH FROLOV. FOR THE CENTENARY OF BIRTH
Guznenkov Vladimir Nikolaevich, Pokrovskaya Marina Vladimirovna
5-10 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2019. № 1.
INNOVATIVE FORMS OF STUDENTS’ LEARNING ACTIVITY EVALUATION AS A MEANS OF INCREASING THE MOTIVATION TO STUDY A FOREIGN LANGUAGE WHILE THE LAST YEARS OF MASTERING THE BACHELOR’S DEGREE PROGRAMME
Starostina Yuliya Sergeevna
427-430 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 9. Part 2.
MODELING METHOD IN TEACHING WRITTEN REASONING IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT THE STAGE OF GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION
Kashcheeva Anna Vladimirovna
423-426 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 9. Part 2.
WAYS OF SEMANTIZATION OF SOMATISMS VERBALIZATORS IN CLASSES OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE WITH CHINESE AUDIENCE
Li Pu
212-215 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 9. Part 1.
PECULIARITIES OF TEACHING ORAL SPEECH AND FOREIGN-LANGUAGE TEXTS ABSTRACTING WHILE PREPARING FOR THE EXAM AT THE AIR FORCE HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Levandrovskaya Nina Vital'evna, Khamula Liliya Aleksandrovna
206-211 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 9. Part 1.
LINGUISTIC ASPECT OF FOREIGN STUDENTS’ PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION: PLACE AND ROLE OF PHRASEOLOGY
Basko Nina Vasil'evna
202-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 9. Part 1.
INNOVATIVE POTENTIAL OF MULTIMEDIA AND INTERACTIVE METHODS IN TEACHING DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH IN RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES IN A LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE
Bakirova Lena Rifkhatovna, Tarasenko Olesya Sergeevna
197-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 9. Part 1.
THE CATEGORY OF DOMINANT IN PSYCHOLOGY, LITERARY STUDIES AND METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING LITERATURE AT SCHOOL
Solov'eva Faina Evgen'evna
423-426 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 8. Part 2.
RESEARCH OF ENGLISH-LANGUAGE HUMOROUS DISCOURSE IN LINGUO-DIDACTIC PERSPECTIVE
Sokolova Natal'ya Sergeevna
419-423 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 8. Part 2.
INHIBITING FACTORS OF LANGUAGE EDUCATION MODERNIZATION AT NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITIES
Kazantseva Svetlana Yur'evna
415-419 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 8. Part 2.
MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE INTERACTIVE ENVIRONMENT IN THE FORMAT OF ACADEMIC UNIVERSITY LECTURE
Mordvintseva Valentina Samuilovna, Nikulina Nadezhda Aleksandrovna
211-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 8. Part 1.
THE USE OF ROLE-PLAYING AS A PRACTICE-BASED TASK IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AT THE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY
Levina Elena Aleksandrovna, Lazutova Lyudmila Andreevna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 8. Part 1.
VERBAL MANIPULATION IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERCULTURAL FOREIGN-LANGUAGE EDUCATION: THE NOTION INTERPRETATION
Levina Olesya Mikhailovna
426-429 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 7. Part 2.
PROPER NOUNS IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE: LEARNING DIFFICULTIES OF NON-LINGUISTIC SPECIALTY STUDENTS
Kartashova Valentina Nikolaevna
422-426 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 7. Part 2.
DESIGNING EVALUATION ACTIVITIES ON THE COURSE "FOREIGN LANGUAGE" FOR MANAGERS IN ELECTRONIC ENVIRONMENT
Shirokolobova Anastasiya Georgievna, Larionova Yuliya Sergeevna, Gnezdilova Larisa Borisovna
211-215 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 7. Part 1.
THE ROLE OF RESEARCH COMPETENCE IN THE STRUCTURE OF PROFESSIONAL-METHODOLOGICAL COMPETENCE OF FUTURE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS
Korzun Oksana Olegovna, Savkina Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
420-424 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 6. Part 2.
DESIGNING THE ELECTRONIC COURSE ON FOREIGN LANGUAGE ON PRINCIPLES OF BLENDED LEARNING FOR ORGANIZATION OF STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT WORK
Shirokolobova Anastasiya Georgievna, Gubanova Inna Vladimirovna
207-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 6. Part 1.
FORMATION OF SCHOOLCHILD’S INDIVIDUAL WORLDVIEW ON THE BASIS OF INTERDISCIPLINARY INTEGRATION AT THE LITERATURE LESSON IN THE 10TH FORM
Truntseva Tat'yana Nikolaevna, Evsyakova Inna Vladimirovna
203-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 6. Part 1.
THE ACTIVATION OF PASSIVE VOCABULARY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSES AT SENIOR SCHOOL
Krasilova Irina Evgen'evna, Nazarenko Tat'yana Mikhailovna
198-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 6. Part 1.
ON THE PECULIARITIES OF PHONETIC ACCENT IN THE RUSSIAN SPEECH OF THE CHINESE - BEARERS OF THE SHANGHAI DIALECT
Zhang Xiaojuan
427-430 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 5. Part 2.
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR INFORMAL ACADEMIC INTERACTION AS CONTROL OBJECT
Penkina Mariya Vladimirovna
421-426 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 5. Part 2.
SOME ASPECTS OF MODERN DIALECTOLOGY IN THE COURSE "RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND SPEECH CULTURE" FOR NON-PHILOLOGICAL SPECIALTIES
Mistyuk Tat'yana Leonidovna, Tum Evgeniya Anatol'evna, Zaeskova Svetlana Viktorovna
416-421 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 5. Part 2.
SETTLED SIMILES AS A MEANS OF LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL COMPETENCE FORMATION WHILE TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Maklakova Tat'yana Borisovna, Chupanovskaya Mariya Nikolaevna
412-416 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 5. Part 2.
POLYLINGUAL CULTURE AS A SUBJECT OF PEDAGOGICAL RESEARCH
Khazhgalieva Gul'nar Khabdolkakimovna
212-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 5. Part 1.
ATTEMPT OF EDUTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION IN TEACHING THE LANGUAGE OF SPECIALTY TO STUDENTS FROM THE CIS COUNTRIES AT THE PREPARATORY FACULTY
Tolstova Natal'ya Nikolaevna
208-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 5. Part 1.
TEACHING SIMPLE SENTENCE SYNTAX TO JURIDICAL STUDENTS AT THE LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: METHODOLOGICAL RECOMMENDATIONS
Tarasenko Olesya Sergeevna, Bakirova Lena Rifkhatovna
204-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 5. Part 1.
SPECIFICITY OF FOREIGN-LANGUAGE ECONOMIC TERMS IN STRUCTURAL-SEMANTIC AND TRANSLATION ASPECTS
Suslova Larisa Viktorovna
199-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 5. Part 1.
STUDY OF TOPONYMS AT THE FRENCH LESSONS AS A WAY OF FORMATION OF LINGUISTIC-CULTURAL COMPETENCE
Kravchenko Oksana Viktorovna
195-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 5. Part 1.
DISCOURSE-ORIENTED INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO TEACHING ENGLISH-LANGUAGE HISTORICAL DISCOURSE TO SENIOR CLASSES STUDENTS OF GYMNASIA WITH HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES PROFILE
Tarnaeva Larisa Petrovna, Plekhova Ol'ga Gennad'evna
425-428 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4. Part 2.
THE SPECIFICITY OF TEACHING THE LANGUAGE OF RADIO EXCHANGE TO FUTURE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS
Simant'eva Kseniya Leonidovna
420-424 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4. Part 2.
ACTIVE PROCESSES IN MODERN ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN TEACHING WRITING TO MASTER’S DEGREE STUDENTS
Vlasko Natal'ya Konstantinovna, Gurova Galina Grigor'evna, Kuznetsova Tamara Il'inichna
416-419 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4. Part 2.
CREATING A SPEECH SITUATION ON THE BASIS OF A SHORT HUMOROUS TEXT WHEN TEACHING ENGLISH TO THE STUDENTS OF THE FIELD OF TRAINING "TOURISM"
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
411-415 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4. Part 2.
THE STUDY OF THE PHENOMENA OF ANTIQUITY IN CLASSES OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AS A METHOD OF IMPROVING LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL COMPETENCE (BY THE EXPERIENCE OF WORKING WITH THE CHINESE STUDENTS)
Chupanovskaya Mariya Nikolaevna, Maklakova Tat'yana Borisovna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4. Part 1.
INTEGRATIVE MODEL TO FORM TRANSLATOR’S SOCIOCULTURAL COMPETENCE AT NONLINGUISTIC HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT WHEN TEACHING PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED TRANSLATION IN THE SUBJECT AREA "GEOLOGY"
Telezhko Irina Vladilenovna, Kunitsyna Mariya L'vovna
205-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4. Part 1.
DEVELOPING THE MODEL OF A PRE-TRANSLATION ANALYSIS OF THE GERMAN JOURNALISTIC TEXTS
Suslova Larisa Viktorovna
201-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4. Part 1.
PECULIARITIES OF THE USE OF ADVERTISING IN TEACHING THE FRENCH LANGUAGE AT LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY
Ostroumova Ol'ga Fedorovna
198-200 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4. Part 1.
PHENOMENOLOGICAL METHOD AS A WAY TO STUDY FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS’ ADAPTATION PROCESS AT THE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Torubarova Irina Ivanovna
73-77 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
TEACHER’S SELF-ACTUALIZATION IN THE CONTEXT OF THE PERSON-CENTRED APPROACH
Rybakova Nadezhda Alekseevna
68-73 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
FEATURES OF TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT THE UNIVERSITY ON THE LINGUO-COGNITIVE BASIS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Motov Sergei Vladimirovich
65-68 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
IMPROVISATION ABILITIES DEVELOPMENT IN STUDENTS OF THEATRICAL SPECIALITIES AT THE INITIAL STAGE OF TEACHING
Kozodaev Pavel Igorevich
61-65 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
PROFESSIONAL STANDARD OF A SPECIALIST IN GUARDIANSHIP IN RESPECT OF MINORS AS A BASIS FOR LEGITIMIZATION OF PROFESSIONAL ETHICAL NORMS
Basina Natal'ya Ivanovna
57-61 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
THEATRICAL THERAPY AS ONE OF TECHNIQUES FOR SOCIO-CULTURAL REHABILITATION OF SOCIALLY UNPROTECTED AND HANDICAPPED PEOPLE
Dolzhenkova Marina Igorevna
53-56 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
DEVELOPMENT OF VISUAL PERCEPTION OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN WITH VISUAL DISORDER BY MEANS OF MATHEMATICS
Petrikova Elena Yur'evna, Medvedeva Anna Evgen'evna, Okuneva Mariya Mikhailovna
43-52 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
CRITERIA AND LEVELS OF NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS’ AUTONOMOUS EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY
Yakusheva Elena Gennad'evna
39-42 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
WORKING WITH A SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL TEXT IN CLASSES OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AS A BASIS FOR DEVELOPING COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Parochkina Mariya Mikhailovna, Zhileikina Anna Viktorovna
34-39 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
GENRES OF AUDIO-VISUAL SCIENTIFIC TEXTS IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AS A BASIS OF AUDIO-VISUALIZATION SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IN NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Daminova Sofiya Oskarovna
30-34 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
THEOLOGY IN SECULAR AND SPIRITUAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN MODERN RUSSIA: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Vykhovanets Alena Egorovna
26-29 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
LOGICAL OPERATIONS FORMATION IN THE CONTEXT OF SENIOR PRESCHOOLERS’ COHERENT SPEECH DEVELOPMENT
Vershinina Natal’ya Viktorovna
23-26 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
NEW PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION: ATTEMPT OF PEDAGOGICAL REALITY COMPREHENDING
Shurukhina Tat'yana Nikolaevna
20-22 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
OUTSTANDING RUSSIAN PEDAGOGUE AND PUBLICIST A. N. OSTROGORSKII
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
15-20 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
IMPROVING THE ORGANIZATION OF STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT WORK AS A WAY TO INCREASE LEGAL EDUCATION QUALITY
Ostapenko Alena Viktorovna, Plekhova Yuliya Olegovna
12-15 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
PRACTICE OF PRE-UNIVERSITY EDUCATION FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT (BY THE EXAMPLE OF ORENBURG STATE UNIVERSITY)
Kobzeva Natal’ya Ivanovna, Kazakova Ol’ga Nikolaevna, Kobzeva Mariya Alekseevna
5-11 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 4.
THE MODEL OF ENTERPRISE COMMUNICATIONS AS A METHOD OF OPTIMAL REPRESENTATION OF BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC DISCOURSE IN THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEXTBOOK FOR ENGINEERS
Rybakova Ekaterina Vladimirovna
421-424 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 2.
REMOTE COURSE "GERMAN FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES": OBJECTIVES, APPROACHES, CONTENT
Myuller Yuliya Eduardovna
418-421 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 2.
THE MODERN TECHNOLOGY OF TEACHING ENGLISH AT NONLINGUISTIC FACULTIES: SCIENCE OR ART?
Murneva Mariya Ivanovna, Shestakova Nadezhda Aleksandrovna, Samoilova Elena Vladimirovna
415-418 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 2.
PEASANT IMAGES IN A. N. RADISHCHEV’S "JOURNEY FROM PETERSBURG TO MOSCOW" AS A MEANS OF PATRIOTIC EDUCATION
Kondrat'ev Yurii Viktorovich
412-414 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 2.
MAIN TYPES OF CREATIVE TEXT EXERCISES AT THE LESSONS OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AT PRIMARY SCHOOL
Kislitskaya Svetlana Stepanovna
408-412 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 2.
THE CONSIDERATION OF THE ARABIC ARGUMENTATIVE RHETORIC PECULIARITIES IN TEACHING THE ARABIC VERSION OF BUSINESS ENGLISH TO STUDENTS OF THE ORIENTAL FACULTY
Datsyuk Vasilisa Vital'evna, Mullabaev Roman Yur'evich
406-408 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 2.
TEACHING THE ANALYSIS AND TRANSLATION OF POLYSEMANTIC VOCABULARY TO MASTER’S DEGREE STUDENTS-LAWYERS IN CLASSES OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
402-405 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 2.
ROLE AND PLACE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN THE SWISS SYSTEM OF EDUCATION
Chubukova Diana Aleksandrovna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 1.
THE USE OF THE CASE METHOD IN TEACHING ENGLISH
Popova Natal'ya Vladimirovna, Sukhareva Tat'yana Nikolaevna
205-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 1.
PECULIARITIES OF FORMATION OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN THE POLYLINGUAL ENVIRONMENT
Nizamieva Liliya Rafkhatovna, Nazarova Gul'nara Il'surovna
202-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 1.
MULTI-LEVEL TASKS ON THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AS A MEANS TO ASSESS THE LEVEL OF STUDENT’S COMPETENCE (FIELD OF TRAINING "PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION", PROFILE "ELEMENTARY EDUCATION")
Link Natal'ya Aleksandrovna, Zvereva Yuliya Vladimirovna
199-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 1.
THE PLACE OF THE COURSE "THEORY AND METHODS OF TEACHING HISTORY OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE AT HIGHER SCHOOL" IN THE SYSTEM OF TRAINING CANDIDATES FOR MASTER’S DEGREE IN PHILOLOGY
Kazeeva Elena Aleksandrovna
195-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 1.
LINGUISTIC THEORY AND ISSUES OF PRACTICAL TEACHING OF THE CHINESE LANGUAGE IN LEXICO-SEMANTIC ASPECT
Demidova Tat'yana Vasil'evna, Solov'eva Tat'yana Mikhailovna
191-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3. Part 1.
INTERACTIVE PRACTICES ROLE IN FORMING FUTURE SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS’ READINESS TO WORK WITH THE FAMILY
Chemerilova Irina Al’bertovna
74-77 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT OF ADULTS IN LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Khaphizova Leisan Yunusovna
70-73 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
CULTURE-THROUGH-LANGUAGE STUDIES AND COMPLEX GEOGRAPHICAL COUNTRY STUDIES: CORRELATION AND INTERACTION
Fomichev Pavel Yur’evich, Rykunova Elena Sergeevna
66-70 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
ANALYSIS TECHNIQUE OF DIRECT CURRENT ELECTRIC CIRCUITS WITH VOLTAGE AND CURRENT SOURCES BY THE MESH-CURRENT METHOD
Sobolev Vladimir Afanas'evich, Volchenskov Valerii Ivanovich
60-66 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
INCREASING MOTIVATION TO LEARN FRENCH AMONG STUDENTS OF NON-LINGUISTIC SPECIALTIES AT MOSCOW STATE INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Selezneva Tat’yana Aleksandrovna, Kharlamova Mariya Vladimirovna
56-60 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
D. D. SEMENOV AS K. D. USHINSKY’S FRIEND AND FOLLOWER
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
51-56 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
OUTSTANDING PERSONALITIES OF PEDAGOGICAL SCIENCE G. N. VOLKOV, L. A. TSVETKOV, AND V. G. RAZUMOVSKII
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
46-51 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
ALGORITHM FOR INTERNATIONAL PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL HERITAGE OF THE TOWN OF MUROM)
Pankratova Elena Aleksandrovna
42-45 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
FEATURES OF PEDAGOGICAL SUPPORT ORGANIZATION FOR STUDENTS-LAWYERS EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES IN STUDYING
Ostapenko Alena Viktorovna
38-41 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
FEATURES OF USING WEAPONS: ASPECTS OF PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION AND PHILOSOPHICAL DEFINITIONS
Nelyubin Roman Vladimirovich, Penionzhek Evgeniya Vladimirovna
33-37 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
USE OF THE AUTHOR’S MUSICAL-PEDAGOGICAL TECHNOLOGY OF EMOTIONAL IMMERSION AND INFORMATION COMPRESSION IN CLASSES IN THE FORM OF "MUSICAL RING"
Nevolina Irina Yakovlevna
26-33 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
SOME PECULIARITIES OF MODERN ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL PIANO COURSE
Mishchenko Mikhail Yur'evich
22-25 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
PROBLEM-BASED SITUATIONS USE IN THE PROCESS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AT LAW HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENTS
Korsakova Galina Grigor’evna, Zinevich Natal’ya Vyacheslavovna, Popadina Zhanna Petrovna
18-22 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
PEDAGOGICAL MONITORING OF SENIOR STUDENTS’ SPIRITUAL AND MORAL EDUCATION BY MEANS OF EXTRACURRICULAR EXCURSION ACTIVITY
Dudarenko Elena Petrovna
13-18 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
PRACTICE-ORIENTED TRAINING OF THE FUTURE TV PRODUCER IN THE CONDITIONS OF SECTORAL SINGULARITY
Velichkina Ol’ga Vladimirovna
9-13 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
SCHOOLCHILDREN’S INTELLECTUAL SKILLS: ESSENCE, ASSESSMENT AND METHODS OF DEVELOPMENT IN MUSIC CLASSES
Akopyan Lusine Khachaturovna
5-9 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 3.
GRAMMATICAL DIFFICULTIES EXPERIENCED BY THE CHINESE STUDENTS STUDYING RUSSIAN IN THE RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC ENVIRONMENT
Wu Yanyan
421-424 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 2.
SOCIOCULTURAL POTENTIAL OF THE DISCIPLINE "FOREIGN LANGUAGE" IN FUTURE ECONOMISTS’ TRAINING
Obukhova Larisa Yur'evna
418-421 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 2.
COMPLEX OF EXERCISES FOR FORMATION OF COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE SCIENTIFIC RHETORIC AMONG MASTER’S DEGREE STUDENTS OF PHILOLOGICAL FACULTIES
Komarova Yuliya Aleksandrovna, Pilosova Svetlana Sergeevna
414-418 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 2.
AUTHENTIC TALK SHOW AS A TRAINING MEANS FOR ORAL COMMUNICATION IN ENGLISH (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW)
Zarutskaya Ekaterina Vital'evna
411-414 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 2.
ON THE QUESTION OF LANGUAGE POLICY IN THE SPHERE OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT THE NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY
Zaichenko Natal'ya Dmitrievna
408-411 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 2.
ON THE PROBLEM OF THE INDIVIDUALLY-DIFFERENTIATED APPROACH IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT THE NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY
Golovyashkina Marina Aleksandrovna
405-408 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 2.
SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE OF TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AS A MEANS OF INTERDISCIPLINARY INTEGRATION IN THE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR CONTINUOUS AND HOLISTIC SELF-DEVELOPMENT OF THE FUTURE SPECIALIST IN THE TECHNICAL SPHERE
Vlasova Irina Vladimirovna, Nechaeva Alla Aleksandrovna
402-404 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 2.
SMART TECHNOLOGIES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
Chernyshkova Nataliya Vladimirovna
211-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 1.
ORGANIZATION OF STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT WORK IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT A NONLINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY
Sknarina Irina Ivanovna, Belyaeva Natal'ya Alekseevna
208-211 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 1.
OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO THE FORMATION OF FUTURE SPECIALIST’S ABILITY TO INTERPERSONAL INTERACTION IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES AT A TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Sinenko Tat'yana Nikolaevna
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 1.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER’S META-COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FEDERAL UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL STANDARD
Sizova Ekaterina Viktorovna
202-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 1.
INTEGRATIVE ADAPTATION OF COMPETENCE MODULES OF THE BASIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS OF REALIZATION OF FEDERAL STATE EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS OF HIGHER EDUCATION ON THE FIELDS OF STUDY 44.04.01 PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION, 45.04.01 PHILOLOGY AND 45.04.02 LINGUISTICS
Svoikin Konstantin Bertol'dovich, Vereshchagina Liliya Vasil'evna
198-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 1.
ON THE PROBLEM OF TEACHING ENGLISH TO MIXED-ABILITY LEARNERS OF ADVANCED TRAINING COURSES ON THE ADDITIONAL PROGRAM "ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES"
Murneva Mariya Ivanovna, Shestakova Nadezhda Aleksandrovna, Samoilova Elena Vladimirovna
196-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 1.
FORMATION OF FOREIGN-LANGUAGE COMPETENCE OF MASTER’S DEGREE STUDENTS BY MEANS OF SPEECH MODELS INTRODUCTION
Makarova Tat'yana Genrikhovna
192-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 1.
THE ROLE OF A SECONDARY TEXT IN THE FORMATION OF COHERENT SPEECH SKILLS AMONG FOREIGN STUDENTS STUDYING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Beretskaya Elena Aleksandrovna
189-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2. Part 1.
GLOBAL SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY AS AN EFFECTIVE METHOD FOR LINGUO-SOCIOCULTURAL COMPETENCE FORMATION: HISTORY OF EMERGENCE, CONCEPT, STRUCTURE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF DEBYSER’S SIMULATION "RESIDENTIAL HOUSE")
Shcherbakova Ol'ga Vladimirovna
67-70 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
SOURCES OF CULTUROLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE FORMATION AS THE BASIS OF THE COMPETENCE OF A FUTURE MANAGER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Frolov Oleg Viktorovich
63-66 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
STUDY OF THE FACTORS INFLUENCING THE CHOICE OF PROFESSION AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS OF STUDENTS SPECIALIZING IN "PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION" BY MEANS OF THE STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
Fomina Tat'yana Petrovna, Karlova Margarita Yur'evna
59-63 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
3D-MODELING SOFTWARE USE IN TEACHING ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
Fazlulin Enver Munirovich, Ryabov Vladimir Anatol'evich, Yakovuk Oleg Anatol'evich
54-58 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN THE CRIMEA IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE XIX - AT THE BEGINNING OF THE XX CENTURY
Sinitsa Dmitrii Anatol'evich, Lykova Nataliya Nikolaevna
49-53 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
METHODS OF MUSICAL TEXT VISUALIZATION IN THE COURSE OF THEORETICAL DISCIPLINES
Romashkova Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Sorokina Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
46-49 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
TECHNICAL DRAWING IN THE COURSE OF ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
Prokof'eva Ilona Vladimirovna, Demidov Sergei Gennad'evich
41-45 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
P. G. REDKIN: THE GREAT BUT FORGOTTEN TEACHER (TO THE 210TH ANNIVERSARY)
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
37-41 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
L. N. TOLSTOY: "CHILDREN LOOK AT THE TEACHER NOT AS THE MIND, BUT AS A PERSON" (TO THE 190TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GREAT WRITER AND TEACHER)
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
32-37 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
THE SOCIAL NETWORK "VKONTAKTE" AS A TOOL OF PUPILS’ COGNITIVE ACTIVITY DEVELOPMENT
Mel'nikova Mariya Rudol'fovna, Ushatikova Irina Igorevna
28-31 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
IMPORTANCE OF AGE PECULIARITIES IN SCHOOL COLLECTIVE FORMATION
Lazarev Maksim Aleksandrovich
24-28 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
ATTEMPT OF COMPUTER-BASED TESTING APPLICATION IN THE PROCESS OF STUDENTS’ TEACHING AT THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING GRAPHICS AT BAUMAN MOSCOW STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Krivonosova Ekaterina Ivanovna, Morozova Marina Alekseevna
20-24 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
ACADEMIC WRITING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IN TEACHING TRANSLATION BASING ON WORD-FOR-WORD TRANSLATION
Kochetkova Natal'ya Sergeevna
16-19 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
GENERAL THEORY OF PROBLEMS SOLUTION IN RELATION TO DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY
Vlasov Vladimir Vasil'evich, Khryashchev Valentin Gennad'evich, Goryachkina Aleksandra Yur'evna
9-16 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
ON THE CONTENT OF THE ENGINEERING GRAPHICS COURSE AT BAUMAN MOSCOW STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Bocharova Irina Nikolaevna, Demidov Sergei Gennad'evich
5-8 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 2.
ADVANTAGES OF USING INFO-GRAPHICS WHEN TEACHING SPEAKING SKILLS AT THE LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Tolmacheva Oksana Vasil'evna
624-627 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 12. Part 3.
TEACHING DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE BRITISH AND AMERICAN ENGLISH TO TECHNICAL STUDENTS
Ziyatdinova Yuliya Nadirovna
620-623 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 12. Part 3.
SOCIOCULTURAL COMPETENCE FORMATION IN CLASSES OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT A NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS STUDYING)
Bakirova Lena Rifkhatovna
615-619 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 12. Part 3.
ANALYSIS OF TEACHING MATERIALS WITHIN COMMUNICATIVELY ORIENTED APPROACH TO TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO MILITARY STUDENTS OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SPECIALTY
Tskhovrebov Alan Soltanovich
415-418 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 12. Part 2.
USE OF PODCASTS OF SOCIAL-POLITICAL NATURE IN TEACHING THE FRENCH LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS MAJORING IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Kurskikh Oleg Vladimirovich
411-416 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 12. Part 2.
GRAMMAR AIDS IN TEACHING THE GERMAN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS OF NON-LINGUISTIC SPECIALTIES
Arkhangel’skaya Natal’ya Nikolaevna
407-411 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 12. Part 2.
TEACHING THE PREPOSITION-CASE SYSTEM OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE ON THE BASIS OF FRAME APPROACH
Zlobina Svetlana Alekseevna
206-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 12. Part 1.
REGIONAL COMPONENT IN CONSTRUCTING A TEXTBOOK OF LINGUISTIC AND LOCAL STUDIES NATURE
Abramova Marina Vladimirovna
421-424 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 11. Part 2.
PRAGMATIC COMPONENT IN THE COURSE OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: THE ROLE AND FORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Markova Valentina Alekseevna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 11. Part 1.
INFORMATION-TARGET TEXT ANALYSIS IN TEACHING AUDITION IN CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETATION
Kovalenko Marina Petrovna
204-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 11. Part 1.
USAGE OF AUTOMATED LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AT A HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT (BY THE EXAMPLE OF TEACHING ENGLISH)
Zenina Lyudmila Vladimirovna
199-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 11. Part 1.
PROFESSIONAL-COMMUNICATIVE VECTOR OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING OF MASTER’S DEGREE STUDENTS
Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich
420-423 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 10. Part 2.
PROBLEM OF ASSESSING FOREIGN-LANGUAGE TEXT TRANSLATION QUALITY IN THE PROCESS OF STUDENTS’ TRANSLATION COMPETENCES FORMATION
Suslova Larisa Viktorovna
415-419 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 10. Part 2.
CONTENT OF DISCURSIVE COMPETENCE OF THE FUTURE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER AS AN ADDRESSER OF EDUCATIONAL DISCOURSE
Poluikova Svetlana Yur’evna, Ustinova Tat’yana Viktorovna
411-415 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 10. Part 2.
SCHOOLCHILDREN’S MORAL EDUCATION IN THE PROCESS OF STUDYING THE ROMANTIC GENRE OF THE ELEGY (V. A. ZHUKOVSKY "THE SEA")
Mezhebovskaya Viktoriya Viktorovna
407-411 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 10. Part 2.
COMMUNICATIVE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF LANGUAGE EGO DEVELOPMENT IN MODERN EDUCATIONAL CONDITIONS
Maiorenko Irina Anatol'evna, Epoeva Luiza Vrezhevna, Mironova Margarita Nikolaevna
402-407 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 10. Part 2.
VISUALIZATION PRINCIPLE IMPLEMENTATION IN THE PROCESS OF INTERACTIVE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND RHETORIC TEACHING TO TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Gladkaya Evgeniya Fedorovna
399-402 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 10. Part 2.
USING CLIP THINKING PRINCIPLES WHEN CONSTRUCTING THE PROCESS OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT THE LESSONS OF LINGUISTIC LOCAL HISTORY
Belyaeva Elena Vladimirovna, Mart'yanova Natal'ya Anatol'evna
394-398 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 10. Part 2.
CONSTRUCTION OF THE PROCESS OF TEACHING SELF-ORGANIZATION TO STUDENTS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES AT NOT-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITIES
Artemova Yuliya Vladimirovna, Shmaraeva Anastasiya Aleksandrovna
390-394 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 10. Part 2.
PROCEDURAL ORGANIZATION OF WEBINARS FOR LANGUAGE LEARNERS OF THE PART-TIME STUDY PROGRAMME "TRANSLATOR IN THE SPHERE OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION"
Semushina Elena Yur'evna, Galiullina Gul'nara Vagizovna
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 10. Part 1.
INTERACTIVE METHODS AS THE MEANS OF IMPLEMENTING PRACTICE-ORIENTED TRAINING OF THE FUTURE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER
Vishlenkova Svetlana Gennad’evna, Kizrina Natal’ya Gennad’evna
201-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 10. Part 1.
INTERUNIVERSITY OLYMPIAD IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS AN EXAMPLE OF OF INTERACADEMIC COOPERATION IN ORGANIZATIONAL SPHERE
Nikolaeva Natal'ya Vladimirovna, Khalyusheva Guzel' Rastyamovna, Labusheva Tat'yana Mikhailovna
420-422 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 2.
THE MODEL OF A FOREIGN-LANGUAGE ELECTRONIC TEXTBOOK OF NEW GENERATION IN CONDITIONS OF INTRODUCTION OF FEDERAL STATE EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS AND THE PROFESSIONAL STANDARD OF THE TEACHER
Zamerchenko Nataliya Ivanovna, Kuznetsov Andrei Vladimirovich
417-419 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 2.
ELECTRONIC TRAINING MATERIALS AS A TOOL OF TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN A NONLINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Gudkova Yana Alekseevna, Samoletova Mariya Andreevna
414-416 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 2.
THE USE OF AN INTELLIGENT TRAINING SYSTEM AS MODERN LINGUO-DIDACTIC INSTRUMENTATION
Alizade Ainur Akhmedovna
408-414 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 2.
THE USE OF TESTING WHILE TEACHING VOCABULARY AT THE ENGLISH LESSONS
Chukhno Aleksei Alekseevich, Kudryashova Anna Nikolaevna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 1.
METHODOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING THE SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS-INTERPRETERS FROM AMONG THE INDIGENOUS INHABITANTS OF YAKUTIA
Pavlova Svetlana Nikiforovna
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 1.
RUSSIAN PROVERBS AND THEIR MODERN TRANSFORMATIONS IN EDUCATIONAL REPRESENTATION TO FOREIGN STUDENTS
Murashova Natal'ya Valer'evna
201-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 1.
DESCRIPTION OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE SYSTEM OF GRAMMATICAL CASES FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS
Morozovska Miroslava Pavlovna
197-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 1.
TEACHING PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED ENGLISH TO FUTURE MILITARY AVIATION SPECIALISTS
Makurina Irina Yur'evna
194-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 1.
THE PROBLEM OF CORRELATION OF ORAL SPEECH AND READING AT THE INITIAL STAGE OF TRAINING AT THE NONLINGUISTIC HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Kargina Elena Mikhailovna
191-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 1.
PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED METHODS FOR TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS OF CREATIVE SPECIALTIES
Domashova Svetlana Anatol'evna
189-191 Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1. Part 1.
CONCEPTUAL APPROACHES AND THEORETICAL MODEL OF THE NOTION "MULTILINGUAL GIFTEDNESS" IN MODERN LINGUODIDACTIC KNOWLEDGE
Shul'ts Ol'ga Evgen'evna
147-150 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
PECULIARITIES OF ORGANIZING A MODERN LESSON OF MUSIC WITH SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Shlykova Irina Vyacheslavovna
143-146 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
METHODS OF WORKING WITH SCIENTIFIC TEXTS ON ECONOMICS IN CLASSES WITH VIETNAMESE STUDENTS AT THE PREPARATORY FACULTY
Tolstova Natal'ya Nikolaevna
139-142 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
INTEGRATION OF ART-PEDAGOGY AND ART-PSYCHOLOGY IN MUSICAL ART
Stepanova Mariya Vladimirovna
135-138 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
STYLISTIC ADEQUACY IN PIANO PEDAGOGY
Smirnova Natal'ya Mikhailovna
127-134 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
PEDAGOGICAL ASPECTS OF FORMING ADOLESCENTS’ PLASTIC CULTURE
Radchenko Irina Vladimirovna
123-127 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
FORMATION OF GENERAL PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES OF ACADEMIC BACHELOR’S DEGREE STUDENTS OF TRAINING DIRECTION 13.03.02 ‘ELECTRIC POWER AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT’ BY MEANS OF DIDACTIC MULTIDIMENSIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Posyagina Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
116-122 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
S. T. SHATSKII: "GIVE CHILDREN BACK THEIR CHILDHOOD!". TO THE 140TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OUTSTANDING RUSSIAN EDUCATOR
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
109-115 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
PROMINENT RUSSIAN PEDAGOGUE V. P. VAKHTEROV (TO THE 165TH ANNIVERSARY)
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
103-109 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
FORMAL LOGIC AND ALGORITHMS IN TEACHING DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY
Polubinskaya Lyudmila Georgievna, Khusnetdinov Timur Rustyamovich, Maksutova Raisya Abdrakhmanovna
97-102 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTIONAL RESPONSIVENESS AS A PRIORITY DIRECTION OF MUSICAL LESSONS FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
Ostrovskaya Galina Ivanovna, Minaeva Tat'yana Mikhailovna
91-97 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
MUSICAL ART FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF ECOLOGICAL IMPACT ON THE HUMAN’S INNER WORLD
Ostrovskaya Galina Ivanovna
88-91 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
FORMATION OF PUPILS’ SOCIAL SKILLS IN EXTRACURRICULAR PROJECT ACTIVITY IN DIFFERENT-AGE GROUPS
Oparina Ekaterina Vital'evna
83-87 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
MODERN TRENDS OF EDUCATION IN THE ERA OF DIGITIZATION
Omarova Safura Karaulbekovna
78-83 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
STUDY OF SIBERIAN SAINTS’ BIOGRAPHIES AS ONE OF THE WAYS OF SPIRITUAL AND MORAL EDUCATION AT THE LESSONS OF THE MODULE "FOUNDATIONS OF ORTHODOX CULTURE"
Maistrenko Aleksei Igorevich
75-78 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
THE CENTER OF SOCIAL SERVICES FOR FAMILY, CHILDREN AND YOUTH AS A SOCIAL AND PEDAGOGICAL SYSTEM
Kramarenko Leonid Vladimirovich
71-75 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
PROJECT-BASED TEACHING OF STUDENTS OF THE FIELD OF STUDY "PROTECTION OF HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE". MEMORIAL EVENT IN THE MUSEUM OF HISTORY OF VITEBSK ART SCHOOL: THE 140TH ANNIVERSARY OF KAZIMIR MALEVICH
Kotovich Tat'yana Viktorovna
67-70 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
WORK WITH PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN ON DEVELOPING SKILLS OF SPEECH COMMUNICATION BY MEANS OF THE THEATRICAL GAME
Kartseva Galina Aleksandrovna
63-66 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
ORGANIZATION OF INDEPENDENT WORK OF MASTER’S DEGREE STUDENTS IN PHILOLOGY WHILE STUDYING THE COURSE "THEORY AND METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING THE HISTORY OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE AT HIGHER SCHOOL"
Kazeeva Elena Aleksandrovna
57-62 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES TO OFFICERS OF THE RUSSIAN ARMY IN THE XVIII-XIX CENTURIES
Zayats Irina Grigor'evna
54-57 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
PSYCHO-PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS OF SPIRITUAL AND MORAL EDUCATION OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE EXCURSION ACTIVITY
Dudarenko Elena Petrovna
50-53 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
PERFORMING-PEDAGOGICAL CONCEPTION OF N. M. KOLPAKOVA (ON THE ISSUE OF PIANISM TRADITIONS GENESIS AT TAMBOV MUSICAL SCHOOL)
Dolgushina Marionella Yur'evna
46-50 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
ON ONE METHOD OF MUSICAL ANALYSIS
Demchenko Aleksandr Ivanovich
41-46 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
IN MEMORY OF THE SCIENTIST AND EDUCATOR. TO THE 80TH ANNIVERSARY OF VYACHESLAV IVANOVICH YAKUNIN
Guznenkov Vladimir Nikolaevich, Polezhaev Viktor Dmitrievich
37-41 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
PEDAGOGICAL POTENTIAL OF GADGETS IN THE UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
Golovyashkina Marina Aleksandrovna
33-36 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
METHOD OF TEACHING THE COURSE "ENGINEERING GRAPHICS" AT BAUMAN MOSCOW STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Golovacheva Lyudmila Ivanovna, Maksutova Raisya Abdrakhmanovna, Fedoritenko Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
27-32 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
QUESTIONS OF ARTISTIC INTERPRETATION OF MUSICAL COMPOSITION AT THE INITIAL STAGE OF ACCORDION (BAYAN) PLAYERS’ TRAINING
Bazhilin Roman Nikolaevich
22-27 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
ON SOME PECULIARITIES OF WORK ON DIALOGIC SPEECH WITH FOREIGN STUDENTS AT THE STAGE OF PRE-UNIVERSITY TRAINING
Arkhipova Lyubov' Vladimirovna
16-22 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
INTERDISCIPLINARY CONNECTIONS IN BRANCHES OF MATHEMATICS
Andreev-Tverdov Andrei Igorevich, Borovikov Ivan Fedorovich, Khusnetdinov Timur Rustyamovich
10-16 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
PREPARATION OF STUDENTS FOR FAMILY LIFE IN PROGRESSIVE TRADITIONS OF DAGESTAN PEOPLES
Ammaeva Asli Ammaevna
7-10 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2018. № 1.
STUDY OF A. S. PUSHKIN’S CREATIVE WORK IN VIETNAM SCHOOLS
Tran Thi Thu Phuong
214-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 2.
THE ROLE OF a FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN THE FORMATION OF a MODERN SPECIALIST
Khramova Yuliya Nikolaevna, Khairullin Restyam Davletbaevich
212-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 2.
THE REQUIREMENTS TO THE LEVEL OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY BY SPECIALISTS IN RUSSIAN PHILOLOGY - GRADUATES OF CHINESE HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENTS IN COMPARISON WITH THE TORFL SYSTEM
Trubchaninova Margarita Evgen'evna, Vyazovskaya Viktoriya Viktorovna
207-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 2.
DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTIONING OF EDUCATIONAL CLUSTER IN THE PROCESS OF CONTINUOUS LINGUISTIC EDUCATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF TEACHING THE CHINESE LANGUAGE)
Soboleva Zhanna Sergeevna
204-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 2.
THE STATE OF THE PROBLEM OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS OF THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL DIRECTION
Silant'eva Milena Vladimirovna
202-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 2.
THE MANAGEMENT MODELS OF STUDENTS’ EXTRACURRICULAR SELF-GUIDED WORK
Morozova Nadezhda Sergeevna
198-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 2.
THE PREPARATION FOR THE STATE FINAL CERTIFICATION IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: ON TEST COMPETENCE
Makeeva Svetlana Nikolaevna
195-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 2.
THE CONNECTION BETWEEN TEACHING HIEROGLYPHIC WRITING OF CHINESE AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND SINGLING OUT ITS BASIC ELEMENT
Makarenko Lidiya Aleksandrovna
192-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 2.
RUSSIAN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE: THE BASICS OF FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF MULTILINGUAL SOCIETY
Magomedova Tamara Ibragimovna, Abdurakhmanova Azra Gitinomagomedovna
189-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 2.
DEEP PRACTICE AND ITS APPLICATION IN LEARNING FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Izmailova Nataliya Sergeevna
187-189 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 2.
WAYS OF FORMATION OF THE CONTEMPORARY CULTURAL PERSONALITY IN THE CONDITIONS OF THE MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
Fokeeva Yuliya Aleksandrovna
215-218 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 1.
THE POTENTIAL OF THEATRICAL PEDAGOGY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN TEACHER’S PERSONALITY
Kuznetsova Svetlana Valer'evna, Bystritskaya Elena Vital'evna
212-215 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 1.
CROSS-CULTURAL PROBLEMS OF ENGINEERING TRAINING OF VIETNAMESE IN RUSSIA
Ziyatdinova Yuliya Nadirovna, Sukhristina Anna Sergeevna
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 1.
TECHNOLOGY OF ORGANIZATION OF CONCENTRATED PRACTICE-ORIENTED TRAINING OF SPECIALISTS FOR SCIENTIFIC-INTENSIVE PRODUCTION
Dorokhova Tat'yana Yur'evna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 1.
NETWORK INTERACTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION: RUSSIA, VIETNAM, CHINA
Bezrukov Artem Nikolaevich, Urazbaev Rafkat Shafkatovich
204-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 9. Part 1.
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF STUDENTS FROM SRI LANKA IN THE CONTEXT OF STUDYING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Timofeeva Irina Mikhailovna
213-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 2.
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO STUDENTS (AN ATTEMPT OF THE TUVAN STATE UNIVERSITY)
Soyan Rossina Aleksandrovna
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 2.
The DEVELOPMENT OF students’ INDIVIDUALITY IN THE SYSTEM OF AESTHETIC EDUCATION
Poselyagina Larisa Vyacheslavovna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 2.
THE NETWORK INTERACTION AS A FORM OF TRANSFORMATION OF THE CROSS-CULTURAL EDUCATIONAL SPACE IN SOCIALIZATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL
Nikonov Ruslan Viktorovich
202-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 2.
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTIONS OF TESTING WHEN TEACHING ENGLISH TO NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS
Murneva Mariya Ivanovna, Shestakova Nadezhda Aleksandrovna
199-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 2.
SPECIFICITY OF SYSTEMIC APPROACH TO DEVIATIONS FROM LANGUAGE NORMS IN THE PRACTICE OF TEACHING LINGUISTIC DISCIPLINES AT SECONDARY AND HIGHER SCHOOL
Mistyuk Tat'yana Leonidovna
195-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 2.
TEACHING ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS WITH THE USE OF STORIES: AN ATTEMPT OF TEACHING IN A NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Lopatina Elena Valentinovna
192-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 2.
ELECTRONIC TESTING AS A FORM OF ASSESSMENT AND TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT MILITARY HIGHER SCHOOL
Levandrovskaya Nina Vital'evna, Khamula Liliya Aleksandrovna
188-191 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 2.
USING THE METHOD OF END-TO-END DESIGNING AT THE PREPARATION OF FUTURE SPECIALISTS
Burlachenko Nataliya Leonidovna, Baeva Tat'yana Yur'evna, Krivoi Aleksandr Vladimirovich, Kadina Tat'yana Alekseevna
185-187 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 2.
PEDAGOGICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF DEVELOPING TEENAGERS’ MULTI-LINGUAL APTITUDE IN CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC COMMUNICATIVE SPACE
Shul'ts Ol'ga Evgen'evna, Azmina Tat'yana Il'inichna
202-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 1.
THE FORMATION OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF FUTURE ARTISTS OF THE DECORATIVE-APPLIED ARTS
Shokorova Larisa Vladimirovna, Kiryushina Yuliya Vladimirovna
199-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 1.
THE USE OF EDUTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY WITH THE ACCOUNT OF THE SOCIO-CULTURAL COMPONENT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN SCHOOLS OF SWITZERLAND
Chubukova Diana Aleksandrovna
196-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 1.
CREATION OF CONTENT-INFORMATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AS THE CONDITION OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CREATIVE-TECHNOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE ORGANIZATION OF STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT WORK
Sorokina Larisa Leonidovna
193-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 1.
THE FORMATION OF FOREIGN-LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN THE PROCESS OF STUDYING THE REGIONS OF FRANCE
Oleinikova Elena Aleksandrovna
190-193 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 1.
GAMIFICATION AS A MEANS TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS AND ITS REALIZATION IN THE ELECTRONIC EDUCATION SYSTEM BASED ON LMS MOODLE PLATFORM
Labusheva Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Yamskikh Tat'yana Nikolaevna, Slepchenko Natal'ya Nikolaevna
188-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 1.
DIALOGIC NATURE OF TRANSLATOR’S LISTENING IN THE ORAL CONSECUTIVE ONE-SIDED TRANSLATION
Kovalenko Marina Petrovna
185-188 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 1.
THE USE OF BLOG TECHNOLOGIES DURING THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE LESSON AS A MEANS OF DEVELOPMENT OF PUPILS’ SPEECH COMPETENCE
Kirakosyan Violetta Al'bertovna
181-184 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 1.
THE USE OF INTERACTIVE TRAINING AIDS IN THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE COMPETENCE DURING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE LESSONS AT SCHOOL
Ivanova Ol'ga Vasil'evna, Akhmetshina Yuliya Ivanovna
178-181 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 1.
THE STUDY OF I. A. KRYLOV’S CREATIVE WORK BY FOREIGN STUDENTS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE FABLE "THE CROW AND THE FOX")
Zharikova Elena Evgen'evna
176-178 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 8. Part 1.
ACTIVE FORMS OF TRAINING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR PARTICIPATING IN THE PROJECT "VIRTUAL REALITY"
Rozhnova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, Simakova Svetlana Mikhailovna
215-218 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 3.
MODELING IN TEACHING THE LANGUAGE OF SPECIALTY TO FOREIGN STUDENTS IN NON-LINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Kopyt'ko Svetlana Vasil'evna
210-215 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 3.
THE COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO TRAINING POLICE OFFICERS IN PERSONAL SECURITY
Kalinin Sergei Vladimirovich, Morozov Vladimir Anatolievich, Chernov Yurii Nikolaevich
207-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 3.
THE PECULIARITIES OF REALIZATION OF ACTIVE METHODS WHILE TRAINING POLICE OFFICERS IN PERSONAL SECURITY
Zarechnev Dmitrii Olegovich, Levchenko Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, Fedulov Boris Aleksandrovich
204-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 3.
SOME ASPECTS OF TEACHING ENGLISH GRAMMAR AT A TECHNICAL HIGHER UNIVERSITY
Zhorovlya Dina Dmitrievna, Frich Svetlana Vasil'evna
201-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 3.
THE PROBLEMS OF TEACHING READING IN K. B. BARKHIN’S WORKS
Ji Ming
212-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 2.
RETRACTED
THE INTERDISCIPLINARY COOPERATION AS A MEANS OF REALIZATION OF INTEGRATED SUBJECT-LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN A HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT

Khalyapina Lyudmila Petrovna, Kuznetsova Ol'ga Vital'evna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 2.
WAYS OF LEARNING INTERCULTURAL NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION BY STUDENTS STUDYING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Xiang Guangyun
207-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 2.
ECOLOGICAL CULTURE OF THE STUDENT: PROBLEMS OF FORMATION
Salakhov Rasykh Farukovich, Salakhova Rada Insafovna, Gaptraupova Zukhra Nailevna
204-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 2.
APPLICATION OF PRACTICALLY ORIENTED TECHNOLOGIES OF TRAINING IN HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Olesova Marianna Maratovna
201-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 2.
ON FORMING THE WORD-BUILDING COMPETENCE OF PUPILS IN COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Korzun Oksana Olegovna, Savkina Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
197-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 2.
EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE IN LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE BY ADULT LEARNER IN THE CONTEXT OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
Khafizova Leisan Yunusovna
211-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
IMPLEMENTATION OF STUDENT-CENTERED LEARNING IN THE COURSE "FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES"
Sal'naya Leila Kliment'evna
208-211 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
THE CROSS-CULTURAL COMPONENT OF THE MODERN FEDERAL STATE EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS FOR THE SPECIALITY "LINGUISTICS" (BACHELOR’S AND MASTER’S DEGREES)
Penkina Mariya Vladimirovna
203-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR CONTINUOUS LANGUAGE EDUCATION (NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT)
Pakhmutova Elena Danilovna, Lapteva Irina Valer'evna, Prozhoga Aleksandr Vladimirovich
197-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
THE FORMATION OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE OF FOREIGN STUDENTS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE THEME "THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR IN THE MEMORY OF THE KUBAN CITIZENS")
Mullinova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna, Mullinova Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
193-196 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
SPECIFICS OF FORMING READINESS FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE WHEN TRAINING SPECIALISTS FOR KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE INDUSTRIES AT SPECIALIZED DEPARTMENTS
Dorokhova Tat'yana Yur'evna, Vyguzova Elena Yur'evna
190-193 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
FILMS ABOUT TEACHERS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS A MEANS OF FUTURE TEACHERS’ EDUCATION
Gribanova Nadezhda Evgen'evna
188-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
MEANS OF TEACHING THE NATIONAL VARIANTS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TO UNDERGRADUATES
Goncharova Natal'ya Aleksandrovna, Kretinina Galina Vyacheslavovna
185-187 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
REFLEXIVE VERBS IN THE PRACTICE OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Vyazovskaya Viktoriya Viktorovna
183-185 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
THE MODERN PARADIGM OF DEVELOPMENT OF PHYSICAL CULTURE AND SPORT AT THE UNIVERSITY
Batsunov Sergei Nikolaevich, Tsapov Evgenii Gennadievich, Ustselemova Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
179-182 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
INTERACTIVE METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Bakirova Lena Rifkhatovna
177-179 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 7. Part 1.
PRACTICAL LESSON ON MODELING THE KEYBOARD FOR DATA INPUT INTO THE MICROPROCESSOR PROGRAM IN THE MULTISIM ENVIRONMENT
Vasil'ev Igor' Aleksandrovich
21-23 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 7.
DICTIONARY PREFERENCES OF STUDENTS STUDYING ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Terenin Aleksandr Vasil'evich
212-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 3.
THE PECULIARITIES OF TEACHING THE IMPERATIVE MOOD AT THE LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Slabukho Olesya Anatol'evna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 3.
TOTAL DICTATION AMONG FOREIGN AUDIENCE: THE ERROR ANALYSIS
Ryabova Svetlana Grigor'evna
206-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 3.
THE PECULIARITIES OF TEACHING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AS LANGUAGE OF SPECIALTY TO FOREIGN STUDENTS
Pepelyaeva Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, Popova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna
203-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 3.
METHODS OF CRITICAL PEDAGOGY AS A FACTOR OF IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
Maksimova Ol'ga Borisovna
200-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 3.
FORMATION OF THINKING ACTIVITY IN THE CONDITIONS OF TRANSLATION LISTENING
Kovalenko Marina Petrovna, Rutskaya Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
195-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 3.
FINAL QUALIFYING WORK AS PROJECTIVE MODEL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY DIMENSION OF HIGHER HUMANITARIAN EDUCATION
Goncharova Viktoriya Anatol'evna, Ivanova Yuliya Evgen'evna
191-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 3.
TEACHING TECHNICAL TRANSLATION AS A PART OF THE COMPLEX EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS IN THE TECHNICAL INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Vlasova Irina Vladimirovna, Nechaeva Alla Aleksandrovna
189-191 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 3.
THE PECULIARITIES OF THE MODERN ELECTRONIC EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT IN TEACHING A PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN A NON-LINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Balastov Aleksei Vladimirovich, Sokolova El'vira Yakovlevna
185-188 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 3.
THE SYSTEM OF EXERCISES FOR TEACHING THE USE OF RUSSIAN COLLOQUIAL CONSTRUCTIONS (LEVEL B2) TO CHINESE STUDENTS-PHILOLOGISTS
Zhu Tingting
214-218 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
CHOOSING LEXICAL UNITS FOR PROFESSIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
Khalupo Ol'ga Ivanovna
212-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF COMPULSORY STUDY OF THE SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN RUSSIA
Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich, Grenlund Anna Yur'evna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
THE USE OF MEANS OF TEXT CONNECTION IN THE RUSSIAN SPEECH BY THE CHINESE STUDENTS
Trubchaninova Margarita Evgen'evna, Kozhevnikova Elena Vladislavovna
206-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
PSYCHOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF TRANSLATOR’S SPEECH ACTIVITY: LINGUO-DIDACTIC ASPECT
Tarnaeva Larisa Petrovna
202-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
THE POTENTIAL OF THE COURSE "FOREIGN LANGUAGE" FOR SOFT SKILLS FORMING IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION
Sal'naya Leila Kliment'evna, Ovcharenko Viktoriya Pavlovna
199-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
THE POSSIBILITIES OF 3D-PRINTING IN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
Salakhov Rasykh Farukovich, Salakhova Rada Insafovna, Gaptraupova Zukhra Nailevna
196-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
AXIOLOGIZATION OF THE PROCESS OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE FORMATION
Savel'eva Nelli Khismatullaevna, Pikhtovnikova Yuliya Viktorovna
194-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
THE FORMATION OF MORAL AND EMOTIONAL ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL PUPILS
Romanova Svetlana Vladimirovna
191-193 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
THE SEQUENCE OF LEXICAL SKILLS FORMATION AND THE EXERCISE SYSTEM AIMED AT ITS REALIZATION DURING THE GERMAN LANGUAGE LESSONS IN HIGH SCHOOL
Romanenko Olesya Viktorovna
188-191 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL STANDARD: CONTENT ANALYSIS
Manyukhin Igor' Semenovich
185-187 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
TEACHING FOREIGN WRITTEN SPEECH TO NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS ON THE BASIS OF CREOLIZED TEXT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Kotova Elena Gennad'evna, Kuz'mina Evgeniya Vladimirovna
180-184 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE PRONUNCIATION CULTURE AS A COMPONENT OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF THE PHILOLOGICAL SPECIALIZATION STUDENTS
Korzun Oksana Olegovna
177-180 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
HISTORY AND WAYS OF DEVELOPMENT OF ADDITIONAL ARTISTIC EDUCATION
Ivakhnova Lyubov' Aleksandrovna
174-177 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
MEANINGFUL PURPOSES OF THE METHODOLOGY TO TEACH ORAL TRANSLATION ACTIVITY
Alikina Elena Vadimovna
172-174 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 2.
PROJECT-BASED TECHNOLOGY AT THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE LESSONS AS AN ELEMENT OF PRACTICALLY-ORIENTED TEACHING AT A HIGHER SCHOOL
Chireikina Ol'ga Yur'evna
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 1.
PECULIARITIES OF TEACHING THE LATIN LANGUAGE FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS LEARNING IN ENGLISH
Slugina Ol'ga Valer'evna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 1.
THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN NON-LINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Rigina Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
205-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 1.
THE STAGES OF ORGANIZATION OF FUTURE BACHELORS’ INDEPENDENT WORK IN THE FRAMEWORK OF SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION
Raptanova Irina Nikolaevna
203-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 1.
WORK ON THE ARTISTIC IMAGE AS THE MAIN PART OF THE PROCESS OF STUDYING A MUSICAL COMPOSITION
Medvedeva Kristina Evgen'evna
198-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 1.
THE ISSUES OF FUNCTIONING AND STATUS OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE IN EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION SPACE OF ARMENIA
Kirakosyan Marina Zhanovna
195-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 1.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN OCCUPATIONAL GUIDANCE WORK BY THE EXAMPLE OF TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF SERVICE (BRANCH) OF DON STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Grineva Svetlana Vladimirovna
189-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 1.
THE DIAGNOSIS AND ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF STUDENTS’ EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS IN A PEDAGOGICAL HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Burkanova Oksana Petrovna, Yankina Oksana Evgen'evna
186-189 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 6. Part 1.
ABOUT TWO TYPES OF THINKING IN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
Karyakin Yurii Vasil'evich
44-48 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 6.
EXPERIENCE OF COLLECTIVE CONDUCTING OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND LOGOPEDIC GROUP CLASSES WHILE TREATING STUTTERING AT THE LOGO-NEUROSES DIVISION FOR ADULTS OF THE CENTER OF SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND NEUROREHABILITATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH OF THE CITY OF MOSCOW
Geras'kin Aleksei Alekseevich, Bogdanov Mikhail Aleksandrovich
23-25 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 6.
INTEGRATED LESSON IN THE SYSTEM OF FORMATION OF SCHOOLCHILDREN’S INTEGRAL WORLDVIEW
Truntseva Tat'yana Nikolaevna, Romanova Vera Nikolaevna
213-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
PRESENTATION OF GRAMMAR TOPIC "VERB" AT THE INITIAL STAGE OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Tolmacheva Oksana Vasil'evna, Shakhova Larisa Aleksandrovna
209-213 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
THE PECULIARITIES OF WORK ON SYNTACTIC SYNONYMS AS A MEANS OF SPEECH DEVELOPMENT OF DAGESTAN STUDENTS
Toktarova Naima Kamalovna
206-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
USING THE METHODS OF W. MATTES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF STUDENTS LEARNING THE GERMAN LANGUAGE
Slabysheva Alevtina Vasil'evna, Belova Larisa Aleksandrovna
204-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
SCHEMATIC AND SIGN MODEL OF TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE SPEECH ON THE BASIS OF META-PLAN METHOD
Ovchinnikova Ol'ga Mikhailovna, Frantsuzskaya Evgeniya Olegovna
200-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
IDENTIFICATION OF INTEREST IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVE COMPETENCE OF THE TECHNICAL PROFILE STUDENT BY THE METHOD OF EXPERT EVALUATIONS
Myasnikova Tat'yana Vyacheslavovna
197-200 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
TEXT AS A SOURCE OF LINGUISTIC INFORMATION AT HOME READING LESSONS
Lebedeva Natal'ya Georgievna
194-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
TESTING IN E-LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AS A METHOD OF COMPETENCES FORMATION CONTROL AMONG STUDENTS OF NONLINGUISTIC TRAINING DIRECTIONS IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Larionova Yuliya Sergeevna, Shirokolobova Anastasiya Georgievna
189-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
INTERNET RESOURCES IN THE METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING ENGLISH AT JURIDICAL HIGHER SCHOOL
Kudryashova Anna Nikolaevna, Chukhno Aleksei Alekseevich
186-189 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
INNOVATIVE METHODS IN TEACHING TRANSLATION OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL TEXTS
Davdyan Araksya Samvelovna
183-186 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
USING "GOLDEN SECTION LAW" AT VISUAL ART AND WRITTEN SPEECH LESSONS
Grakhova Svetlana Ivanovna, Pavlova Nailya Akhatovna
179-183 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 3.
MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM BY THE EXAMPLE OF SAMARA STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Hohlova Anna Alekseevna
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
THE SPECIFICITY OF TEACHING THE SCIENTIFIC STYLE OF SPEECH TO FOREIGN STUDENTS IN A TECHNICAL HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Pisar' Nadezhda Vladimirovna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
MODERN PROBLEMS OF ESTHETIC IDEAL FORMATION AMONG CHOREOGRAPHIC STUDENTS
Petrova Marina Igorevna
205-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN THE LESSONS OF THE RUSSIAN SPELLING
Mugidova Madina Ibadullaevna
201-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
THE COMPETENCE-BASED APPROACH TO TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS OF A TECHNICAL HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Mikhailova Galina Ivanovna
199-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES AND EXTENSION OF VOCABULARY IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
Maiorenko Irina Anatol'evna, Epoeva Luiza Vrezhevna, Mironova Margarita Nikolaevna
195-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
ORGANIZATION OF STUDENTS’ ACTIVITY CONCERNING PERFORMING HOMEWORK IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE AS ONE OF THE TYPES OF INDEPENDENT WORK
Lungu Inna Aleksandrovna
193-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
THE FORMATION OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES OF STUDENTS IN THE PROCESS OF CORRECTING STUDENTS’COMPOSITIONS AND SUMMARIES
Linetskaya Larisa Markovna
189-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
RETRACTED
THE PROBLEM OF INCLUSION OF REGIONAL studies MATERIAL IN the CONTENT OF THE NATIONAL-REGIONAL COMPONENT OF EDUCATION at SCHOOL

Kolmakova Valentina Vasil'evna, Odaryuk Irina Vasil'evna
186-188 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
OVERCOMING STEREOTYPES OR LIVE LESSONS OF INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Kartashova Valentina Nikolaevna
183-186 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
FORMATION OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES OF FOREIGN STUDENTS IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING THE LANGUAGE OF SPECIALTY IN THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Zaichenko Natal'ya Dmitrievna
180-183 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
THE EMPIRICAL RESEARCH OF MOTIVATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL READINESS OF STUDENTS TO STUDY IN A HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Dugarova Tuyana Tsyrenovna, Bulanova Marfa Nikolaevna, Shakhmalova Irina Zhapovna
177-179 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
THE ORGANIZATION OF HOME READING OF E. M. REMARQUE’S NOVEL "ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT" IN TEACHING THE GERMAN LANGUAGE TO FUTURE BACHELORS IN LINGUISTICS
Denisova Galina Ivanovna, Maskinskova Irina Anatol'evna
175-177 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
PECULIARITIES OF FORMING SENIOR PUPILS’ INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE ON THE BASIS OF INTERSUBJECT INTEGRATION (FOREIGN LANGUAGE + WORLD HISTORY OF THE XX CENTURY)
Goncharova Viktoriya Anatol'evna, Kamyshanova Anna Vladimirovna
172-174 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
"ROUND TABLE" METHOD AS AN EFFICIENT MEANS TO DEVELOP TECHNICAL STUDENTS’ PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES
Vlasova Irina Vladimirovna, Nechaeva Alla Aleksandrovna
169-172 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
THE FORMATION OF STUDENTS’ PROJECT COMPETENCE IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS OF HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Bredneva Nadezhda Anatol'evna
166-169 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
SPECIFICS OF USING CLIL METHODOLOGY IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION
Bobrova Natal'ya Evgen'evna
164-166 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
VIRTUAL EXCURSION AS AN INNOVATIVE METHOD OF TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Balabas Natal'ya Nikolaevna
162-164 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 2.
A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN THE CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION AND THE NECESSITY TO INCLUDE TOPONYMS IN TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Trinh Thi Tinh
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 1.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF VARIOUS ASPECTS OF SPEECH OF PRESCHOOLERS THROUGH VERBAL MANIPULATION
Filippova Oksana Nikolaevna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 1.
ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SET OF EXERCISES FOR A FOREIGN-LANGUAGE PROFESSIONALLY-ORIENTED TEXTBOOK ON THE BASIS OF AUTHENTIC TEXTS
Rybakova Ekaterina Vladimirovna
204-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 1.
ON THE RELATIONSHIP "TEACHER - STUDENT" IN THE PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION
Rakhimova Tat'yana Anatol'evna, Danilenko Lyudmila Petrovna, Kryukova Yuliya Evgen'evna
199-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 1.
THE DESCRIPTION OF THE METHODS OF EVALUATION OF THE ACCESSIBILITY OF URBAN ENVIRONMENT FOR VOLUNTEERS BY THE EXAMPLE OF WORK WITH STUDENTS
Davydova Evgeniya Mikhailovna, Radchenko Valeriya Yur'evna, Fekh Alina Il'darovna
195-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 1.
THE SPECIFICITY OF TEACHING TRANSLATION LISTENING TO FUTURE INTERPRETERS
Goreva Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Kavardakova Elena Leonidovna
193-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 5. Part 1.
STUDY OF ETHNO-SPECIFIC CONCEPTS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE ELECTIVE COURSE AS A METHOD OF FORMING LINGUOCULTUROLOGICAL COMPETENCE OF PUPILS OF THE SPECIALIZED SCHOOL
Gor'kova Anastasiya Sergeevna
38-44 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 4-5.
STUDY OF THE WAYS OF CONDITIONAL RELATIONS EXPRESSION IN SCIENTIFIC TEXTS AS ONE OF THE BASES OF THE METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING THE RUSSIAN ACADEMIC WRITING TO FOREIGN STUDENTS
Fang Qian
215-218 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
ORGANIZING ECONOMICS STUDENTS’ AUTONOMOUS WORK WHEN TEACHING ENGLISH BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE
Stavtseva Ekaterina Vladimirovna
212-215 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
RETRACTED
THE PROBLEMS OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN THE ACADEMIC SPACE OF THE MODERN UNIVERSITY

Sokolova Margarita Mikhailovna, Sokolova Anna Mikhailovna, Kalita Vitalii Vladimirovich
209-211 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
USE OF PAIR AND GROUP FORMS OF WORK IN TEACHING STUDENTS-LINGUISTS TO RETELL
Putistina Ol'ga Vladimirovna
207-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
ON EFFICIENT METHODS TO TEACH RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Mikheeva Anastasiya Aleksandrovna
204-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
TRAVEL VIDEOBLOGS AS A MEANS OF FORMATION OF STUDENTS’ TOURISM LITERACY IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE LESSONS
Kartashova Valentina Nikolaevna, Demina Evangelina Romanovna
202-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
PECULIARITIES OF ORGANIZATION OF MENTAL ACTIVITY IN THE PROCESS OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOLCHILDREN
Igoshina Natal'ya Viktorovna, Prokof'eva Aleksandra Viktorovna
199-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
DOMESTIC TEXTBOOKS FOR METHODICAL TRAINING OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS (THE MIDDLE OF THE XX - THE BEGINNING OF THE XXI CENTURY)
Igna Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Kazantsev Andrei Yur'evich
197-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
FORMATION OF PEDAGOGICAL STUDENTS’ MULTILINGUAL COMPETENCE BY "SEVEN SIEVES" METHOD
Dolzhenko Svetlana Gennad'evna, Byrdina Ol'ga Gennad'evna
194-196 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
FORMING JUNIOR PUPILS’ ECOLOGICAL CULTURE IN THE PROCESS OF NATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING (BY THE EXAMPLE OF KUMYK FOLKLORE)
Batyrova Margarita Daurbekovna
191-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
TEACHING STRATEGIES OF INFORMATION PROCESSING DURING LISTENING IN THE LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Barsegyan Kseniya Martunovna
189-191 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
THE FORMATION OF SOCIO-CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT MODEL IN THE PROCESS OF EDUCATIONAL WORK WITH STUDENTS OF NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY
Alieva Raisa Radzhabovna, Alieva Gyul'nara Nizamovna, Radzhabova Gyul'chimen Seifullakhovna, Gasanova Patimat Abdulmuminovna
186-188 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 2.
OPTIMIZATION OF THE ORGANIZATION OF PRACTICAL CLASSES IN ENGLISH
Tychinskii Aleksei Anatol'evich
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 1.
UNDERSTANDING AND REFLECTION AS THE MECHANISMS TO MODEL WORLDVIEW (WITHIN THE SYSTEM OF GRADUATES’ TRAINING FOR THEIR FINAL ESSAY)
Truntseva Tat'yana Nikolaevna
206-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 1.
THE PROBLEM OF LEARNING GERMAN PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS
Statnik Oksana Georgievna
202-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 1.
METHODOLOGY OF LINGUISTIC-CULTURAL LITERACY FORMATION OF BACHELORS AND MASTERS OF PEDAGOGICAL DIRECTIONS
Miroshnikova Ol'ga Khrist'evna
200-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 1.
THE BASICS OF TEACHER’S PROFESSIONALISM IN V. YA. STOYUNIN’S PEDAGOGICAL HERITAGE
Gordienko Oksana Gennad'evna
197-200 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4. Part 1.
GEOMETRIC SIMULATION WHILE STUDYING STEREOMETRY IN THE ENGINEERING CLASS
Yurenkova Lyubov' Romanovna, Verzhkhovskaya Ol'ga Grigor'evna
82-86 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
METHODS OF DIMENSIONING ON DRAWINGS USING GRAPHS
Yurenkova Lyubov' Romanovna
77-81 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
SPECIAL TRAINING OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER FOR PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY IN NEW INFORMATIONAL SPACE
Shchavinskaya Lyudmila Borisovna, Mikhailova Irina Vladimirovna
74-76 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
PECULIARITIES OF STUDENTS-TOPOGRAPHERS TEACHING AT THE MILITARY DEPARTMENT OF THE CIVILIAN HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Khabarov Denis Andreevich, Khabarova Irina Andreevna
70-74 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
OUT-OF-CLASS INDEPENDENT WORK AS A MEANS OF HIGHER SCHOOL STUDENTS’ SELF-REALIZATION
Ushatikova Irina Igorevna, Ushatikova Kseniya Sergeevna
68-70 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
IS TESTING A PROBLEM OR A SOLUTION?
Torbik Elena Mikhailovna
65-67 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
WAYS OF INCREASING EFFICIENCY OF TEACHING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE TO UNIVERSITY ENTRANTS FROM THE CIS COUNTRIES AT THE PREPARATION DEPARTMENT
Tolstova Natal'ya Nikolaevna
60-64 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
SYSTEMIC APPROACH TO STUDYING THE EFFICIENCY OF MOTIVATION MEANS WHEN TEACHING ENGLISH TO TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Telengator Anatolii Andreevich
57-59 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
STUDYING THE OPERATIONAL METHOD OF TRANSIENT PROCESSES IN LINEAR ELECTRIC CIRCUITS AT OPTIONAL AND IMPULSE ACTIONS
Sobolev Vladimir Afanas'evich, Volchenskov Valerii Ivanovich
52-57 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
TEACHING TATAR LITERATURE IN THE 20-30S OF THE XX CENTURY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE TATAR ASSR)
Safina Aliya Magsumovna
49-51 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
THE ROLE OF A SUPERVISOR IN DEVELOPING YOUNG TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES
Pshenichnaya Viktoriya Viktorovna
47-49 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
ON THE PROBLEM OF ORGANIZING MODERN EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AT A HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Pustovoitov Yurii Leonidovich
44-46 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
G. V. PLEKHANOV AND PROBLEMS OF MODERN PEDAGOGY
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
40-44 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
PERSONALLY ORIENTED INTERACTION "STUDENT - TEACHER" AS A BASIS OF HUMANISTICALLY ORIENTED PEDAGOGICAL PROCESS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF LABOUR LAW TEACHING)
Ostapenko Alena Viktorovna
37-39 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS’ SOCIAL SKILLS AS A PEDAGOGICAL PROBLEM
Oparina Ekaterina Vital'evna
33-37 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
FUTURE TEACHERS’ ANALYTICAL ACTIVITY IN THE CONTEXT OF COMPETENCE-ORIENTED HIGHER EDUCATION
Nikitina Elena Aleksandrovna
29-33 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
PECULIARITIES OF ASSESSMENT OF PUPILS’ META-SUBJECT RESULTS AT A COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL WITH LOW USAGE OF CLASS CAPACITY
Kuznetsova Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Matukina Anastasiya Nikolaevna
25-29 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
CORRESPONDENCE WITH PEERS FROM A TARGET-LANGUAGE COUNTRY AS A MOTIVATION TECHNIQUE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
Davydov Pavel Valer'evich
22-25 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
PECULIARITIES OF CHOOSING CORRECTIVE AND DEVELOPMENTAL GAMES AIMED AT USING THREE-DIMENSIONAL GRAPHICS CAPABILITIES FOR SOLVING MOTOR AND REHABILITATION TASKS
Galaktionova Galina Mikhailovna, Lekhanova Ol'ga Leonidovna
20-22 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
ON THE PROBLEM OF PHILOSOPHICAL EDUCATION: FROM "LOVE TO KNOWLEDGE" TO "LOVE TO WISDOM"
Vyatkina Alla Gennad'evna
13-19 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
EDUCATIONAL PROJECTING AS AN INTERACTIVE METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH TO A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AT A HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Bugreeva Anastasiya Sergeevna
10-12 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
MUSICAL EDUCATION IN RUSSIA AND ABROAD: ON THE PROBLEM OF ETHNO-PEDAGOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF MUSICAL EDUCATION
Al'tman Galina Sergeevna
7-10 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 4.
ON THE PROBLEM OF TEACHING RUSSIAN IN THE MUSLIM EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF RUSSIAN ISLAMIC INSTITUTE AND KAZAN ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY)
Faizullina El'mira Foatovna, Gainutdinova Gul'nara Rashatovna
214-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 3.
DEBATES ON THE REFORMATION OF SCHOOL EDUCATION SYSTEM IN THE USA IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY
Toporkova Ol'ga Viktorovna, Iovanovich Tamara Georgievna
210-213 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 3.
ON SOME APPROACHES TO IMPLEMENTING THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE FEDERAL STATE EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED TEXTBOOKS FOR BACHELORS OF TECHNICAL PROFILE
Rybakova Ekaterina Vladimirovna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 3.
FANDOM ONLINE SPACE AS A FORM OF READERS’ COMMUNICATION OF THE MODERN SCHOOLCHILDREN
Mokshina Yuliya L'vovna
204-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 3.
ELECTRONIC TEXTBOOK IN TEACHING AID SYSTEM FOR PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Kostyushina Yuliya Igorevna
202-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 3.
THE TOPICALITY OF AUDIOVISUAL INTERNET RESOURCES USE IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITIES
Bugreeva Anastasiya Sergeevna
199-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 3.
SPECIFICS OF TEACHING PHRASEOLOGY OF THE SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE BY THE EXAMPLE OF TEACHING JAPANESE TO BACHELOR STUDENTS
Bagramova Nina Vital'evna, Dzhura Nadezhda Vladimirovna
197-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 3.
CONTRASTIVE COUNTRY STUDIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM
Myuller Yuliya Eduardovna
218-220 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 2.
IMPLEMENTATION OF DIALOGISM PRINCIPLE IN FUTURE TEACHERS’ PEDAGOGICAL TRAINING
Mokshina Nadezhda Grigor'evna
215-218 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 2.
SOME PROBLEMS OF TEACHING GENERAL SOCIOLOGY IN MODERN CONDITIONS
Mitrofanova Svetlana Yur'evna
211-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 2.
LITERARY TEXT CONTAINING THE ELEMENTS OF FOLK LANGUAGE AS A MEANS TO FORM COMMUNICATIVE, LINGUO-CROSS-CULTURAL AND LINGUO-CULTUROLOGICAL COMPETENCE OF THE FOREIGNERS - FUTURE LINGUISTS STUDYING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Loshakova Elena Leonidovna, Zozulya Elena Aleksandrovna, Gvozdeva Elena Viktorovna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 2.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATIONAL SPACE AS IMPORTANT CONDITION OF MODERN STUDENTS’ PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
Lizunova Nina Mikhailovna, Obukhova Larisa Yur'evna
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 2.
INTERCULTURAL POTENTIAL OF TEXTS FOR CHILDREN'S READING
Li Jingjing
201-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 2.
ON TRAINING BACHELORS AND MASTERS OF DIRECTION "ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS" IN MOSCOW AVIATION INSTITUTE (MAI)
Kushvakha Khurshud Nezhdat kyzy, Taranenko Anna Vladimirovna
198-200 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 2.
A NEW APPROACH TO EXPLAINING ENGLISH TENSES (A CASE STUDY OF FUTURE SIMPLE)
Druzhinin Andrey Sergeyevich
195-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 2.
USING INTELLECTUAL TECHNOLOGIES OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING IN THE OPEN INFORMATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
Gulaya Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Romanova Svetlana Anatol'evna
192-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 2.
DEVELOPMENT OF DIALOGIC SPEECH OF FOREIGN STUDENTS IN EDUCATIONAL SPEECH SITUATIONS WITH THE USE OF ARTISTIC-GRAPHIC VISUALIZATION
Boldina Ol'ga Olegovna, Kornilova Tamara Vasil'evna, Pogorel'skaya Svetlana Arkad'evna
190-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 2.
ORGANIZATIONAL-METHODICAL CONDITIONS OF CONTINUITY OF TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN HIGHER SCHOOL
Khlybova Marina Anatol'evna
214-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
FINAL COMPOSITION AS A MODEL OF PERSONAL WORLDVIEW OF THE GRADUATES OF GENERAL EDUCATION ORGANIZATION
Truntseva Tat'yana Nikolaevna
210-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
ON INTEGRITY OF MULTI-LEVEL SYSTEM OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN HIGHER SCHOOL
Timkina Yuliya Yur'evna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
THE USE OF EDUCATIONAL POTENTIAL OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS’ CULTURE OF BEHAVIOUR
Statnik Oksana Georgievna
205-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
COMPARATIVE APPROACH IMPLEMENTATION IN TEACHING GERMAN AS A SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Sibgatullina Al'fiya Ashrafullovna
201-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
REALIZATION OF "INVERTED CLASS" TECHNOLOGY BY WEB 2.0 TOOLS WHEN STUDYING NEW MATERIAL ON THE DISCIPLINE "FOREIGN LANGUAGE"
Seregina Elena Aleksandrovna
197-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF FOREIGNERS IN THE PROCESS OF CULTURE-THROUGH-LANGUAGE STUDIES IN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Senchenkova Evgeniya Valentinovna
195-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
WORK WITH LITERARY DICTIONARIES IN PROJECT AND RESEARCH ACTIVITY OF STUDENTS
Marchenko Ol'ga Nikolaevna
190-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
THE EXPERIENCE OF TEACHING FUTURE BACHELORS OF FOREIGN REGIONAL STUDIES AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS TO THE ABSTRACTING OF THE ENGLISH SOCIAL-POLITICAL ARTICLES
Grigor'eva Elena Gennadievna, Karpova Lyudmila Ivanovna, Shchekoldina Anna Viktorovna
188-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
"HIDDEN REEFS" OF USING NEWS MEDIA RESOURCES IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Velikova Lyudmila Nikolaevna
186-188 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
CLASSIFICATION OF COMPETENCES AS THE MAIN METHOD OF SYSTEMATIZATION OF THE CONCEPTUAL APPARATUS OF A COMPETENCE-BASED APPROACH
Akhmadova Aset Saloudyevna
183-185 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3. Part 1.
THE ROLE OF SUPPLEMENTARY PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IN BASIC SOCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL PROCESSES
Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich
106-110 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
CAREER GUIDANCE ACTIVITY: STATE AND PROSPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT IN THE SYSTEM OF MODERN EDUCATION
Chaus Natal'ya Anatol'evna
94-96 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 3.
SUPPLEMENTARY PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IN THE SPACE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION OF THE PERSON
Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich
103-106 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
ORGANIZING PEDAGOGICAL STUDENTS’ SELF-GUIDED WORK: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
Ushatikova Irina Igorevna, Ushatikova Kseniya Sergeevna
100-102 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
IMPROVING AUDITIVE SKILLS AT HIGHER SCHOOL (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE DISCIPLINE "FOREIGN LANGUAGE" WITH BACHELOR STUDENTS OF THE FIELD OF TRAINING 38.03.01 "ECONOMICS")
Torbik Elena Mikhailovna
98-100 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
IMPROVEMENT OF THE METHODS FOR STUDYING THE SCRATCH PROGRAMMING ENVIRONMENT TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE PRINCIPLES OF GAMIFICATION
Soboleva Elena Vital'evna, Perevozchikova Marina Sergeevna, Isupova Tat'yana Nikolaevna
95-97 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
PEDAGOGICAL SUPPORT FOR CREATION OF EDUCATIONAL GAME PROJECT
Soboleva Elena Vital'evna, Perevozchikova Marina Sergeevna
93-95 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
METHODS OF CONDUCTING PRACTICAL TRAINING TO IMPROVE POLICE DETAILS’ TACTICS WHILE POLICE RESPONDING IN URBAN CONDITIONS AT THE STAGE OF IMMEDIATE RESPONSE
Pavlov Igor' Mikhailovich
74-77 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 3.
TRAINING AND ADVANCED TRAINING OF THE TEACHERS OF DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY AND ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
Seregin Vyacheslav Ivanovich, Ovsyannikova Tat'yana Nikolaevna, Borovikov Ivan Fedorovich
90-92 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
STATUS OF SELF-GUIDED WORK IN THE EDUCATIONAL SPACE OF MODERN HIGHER SCHOOL
Svezhentseva Inna Anatol'evna
87-90 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
N. K. KRUPSKAYA AND THE EDUCATION OF VYATKA REGION
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
76-82 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
"APOSTLE OF THE EDUCATION OF THE MIDDLE-VOLGA PEOPLES". ON THE 195TH ANNIVERSARY OF N. I. ILMINSKY’S BIRTHDAY
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
70-76 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
ANALYSIS OF APPLIED RESEARCHES ON THE PROBLEMS OF TEACHING SHOOTING IN THE MIDDLE OF THE XX CENTURY
Padurin Denis Fedorovich
66-70 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
THE USE OF INTERACTIVE FORMS OF TRAINING IN STUDY OF ENGINEERING COMPUTER GRAPHICS AT HIGHER SCHOOL
Ozrokova Taisa Georgievna
63-66 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
THE IMPORTANCE OF TOURIST MAPS WHEN STUDYING SOCIAL SCIENCE DISCIPLINES AT SCHOOL
Nekhaeva Natal'ya Evgen'evna, Vlasova Alina Vital'evna
60-63 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
ADAPTATION OF FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS TO EDUCATION AT TECHNICAL HIGHER SCHOOL WHEN STUDYING THE DISCIPLINE "ALGEBRA AND GEOMETRY"
Nepomnyashchaya Tat'yana Vladimirovna
57-60 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
CONTROLLING THE EFFICIENCY OF ORAL EXAMINERS CONDUCTING LINGUO-DIDACTIC TESTING IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Lankina Ol'ga Yur'evna, Pets Yuliya Viktorovna
54-57 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
STRUCTURAL-PREDICTIVE MODEL OF HYPERTHEME IN THE PROCESS OF TEXT PRODUCTION
Kosovich Lyubov' Frantsevna
44-46 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 3.
STUDENT YOUTH’S INFORMATION REQUEST
Kulikova Svetlana Sergeevna
51-53 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
APPLICATION OF INTERACTIVE METHODS FOR STUDYING THE COURSE "BASES OF THE THEORY OF CHAINS" WITH THE USE OF THE PACKAGE OF APPLIED PROGRAMS MATLAB AND ITS SUBPROGRAM SIMULINK
Koz'mina Irina Sergeevna, Vasil'eva Evgeniya Andreevna, Volkova Anna Alekseevna
41-43 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 3.
FORMATION OF PROJECT-IMAGE THINKING IN THE DESIGN SCHOOL "ART-SQUARE"
Kozlova Gul'shat Rishatovna
47-51 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
STRUCTURE AND MECHANISMS OF VOCAL APPARATUS WORK IN SINGING
Il'yaeva Larisa Pavlovna
41-47 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
CLASSIFICATIONS OF METHODS AND TECHNOLOGIES OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
Dremova Yuliya Gennadievna
34-38 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 3.
THE USE OF DISTANCE LEARNING SYSTEM "MOODLE" IN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMS
Zheltobryukh Aleksandr Vasil'evich, Dakueva Viktoriya Mikhailovna, Soshin Aleksei Aleksandrovich, Kovalev Dmitrii Vladimirovich
39-41 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
TRAINING IN TACTICS OF USE AND METHODS OF PERSONAL INVESTIGATION
Egorov Vladimir Yur'evich, Chibunin Vladimir Mikhailovich, Stepanenko Yurii Sergeevich, Fidel' Petr Mikhailovich
36-39 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
CAD IN ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
Guznenkov Vladimir Nikolaevich, Zhurbenko Pavel Aleksandrovich
29-32 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 3.
STUDENTS’ BEHAVIOUR IN SOCIAL NETWORKS IN THE CONTEXT OF THEIR EVERYDAY CULTURE
Dorofeev Aleksandr Aleksandrovich
33-36 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
DEVELOPING SKILLS AND ABILITIES IN PROJECTIVE DRAWING AT TECHNICAL HIGHER SCHOOL
Dobrovol'skaya Nadezhda Aleksandrovna, Zolotarevskaya Natal'ya Efimovna, Novoselova Lyudmila Valentinovna, Surkova Nina Grigor'evna
27-33 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
ORGANIZATION OF STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT WORK ON MATHEMATICS AT INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Buntova Elena Vyacheslavovna
23-26 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 3.
INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO TEACHING HIGHER SCHOOL STUDENTS OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SPECIALITIES
Gusakova Elena Anatol'evna, Balaeva-Tikhomirova Ol'ga Mikhailovna
25-27 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
THE TESTING COMPLEX "TEACHER’S READINESS TO TYPE MATHEMATICAL TEXT ABLY"
Bugrova Ol'ga Viktorovna
18-23 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 3.
ON THE ISSUE OF EVALUATING METASUBJECT RESULTS IN GENERAL EDUCATION
Golub Galina Borisovna, Kogan Efim Yakovlevich, Prudnikova Viktoriya Arkad'evna
19-24 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
STUDYING DYSPHEMY IN THE ASPECT OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Gaevaya Anna Aleksandrovna, Nikitina Al'bina Khaidarovna
13-18 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
FORMING TECHNICAL STUDENTS’ COMPETENCES NECESSARY TO DEVELOP DESIGN DOCUMENTATION
Andreev-Tverdov Andrei Igorevich, Borovikov Ivan Fedorovich, Kalinin Viktor Isakovich, Yakovuk Oleg Anatol'evich
10-13 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
THE DESCRIPTION OF SCIENTIFIC APPROACHES TO PRESCHOOLER’S SPEECH DEVELOPMENT
Amiragyan Marianna Gigolovna
8-10 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 3.
CHARACTERISTIC OF THE INDONESIAN STUDENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Shcherbakova Ekaterina Evgen'evna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 2.
THE PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS OF EFFICIENT FUNCTIONING OF THE INTEGRAL TECHNOLOGY IN MILITARY AVIATION UNIVERSITY
Rekhlova Anzhela Vyacheslavovna
206-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 2.
WORK WITH SPECIAL TEXTS AT THE LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT THE MILITARY HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Mullinova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna, Mullinova Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
203-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 2.
MODERN TECHNOLOGIES IN THE MANAGEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT ACTIVITY OF THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Molchanova Mariya Aleksandrovna, Staritsyna Svetlana Grigor'evna
201-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 2.
ETHICS AS A FACTOR OF PERSONALITY’S DEVELOPMENT IN THE PEDAGOGICAL PROCESS OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Mokritskaya Elena Aleksandrovna
198-200 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 2.
ON THE ROLE OF DISCOURSE IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Getmanskaya Mariya Konstantinovna, Getmanskaya Anna Vasil'evna
196-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 2.
TEACHING MASTER’S DEGREE STUDENTS - LAWYERS TO THE ANALYSIS AND TRANSLATION OF THE ENGLISH PREDICATIVE AND ATTRIBUTIVE CONSTRUCTIONS
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
193-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 2.
DYNAMICS OF STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE CAPABILITY IN THE LEARNING PROCESS
Shemetova Elena Grigor'evna, Mal'gin Evgenii Leonidovich
215-218 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 1.
COMPARISON OF THE COMPOSITION OF CONSONANT SOUND UNITS IN THE RUSSIAN AND CHINESE LANGUAGES IN THE CONTEXT OF TEACHING THE CHINESE TO RUSSIAN PRONUNCIATION
Zhu Youjia
210-215 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 1.
DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVE THINKING OF ADOLESCENTS BY MEANS OF INTERPRETATION AT LITERATURE LESSONS
Ushatikova Irina Igorevna, Matveeva Elena Mikhailovna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 1.
COMMUNICATIVE SITUATION IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION TO FUTURE TEACHERS
Statnik Oksana Georgievna
204-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 1.
FINAL ESSAY IN THE PERCEPTION OF EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY
Prantsova Galina Vasil'evna
201-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 1.
CHANGES TO THE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS OF UNIVERSITY GRADUATES IN LINE WITH THE CONCEPT OF PROFESSIONALLY-ORIENTED TEACHING
Kudrikova El'vira Ivanovna, Chireikin Mikhail Kimovich
197-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 1.
ORGANIZING AND HOLDING AN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS OF NONLINGUISTIC AREAS OF TRAINING
Kovalenko Nadezhda Sergeevna, Kuleshova Margarita Veniaminovna, Salikaeva Ol'ga Viktorovna, Stasyuk Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
194-196 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 1.
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS TO DEVELOP TEENAGERS’ ARTISTIC TASTE IN THE CLASSES IN DECORATIVE AND APPLIED ART
Davaleva Dina Akramovna
190-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 1.
FORMATION OF COMPETENCES OF CRITICAL THINKING AND AUTONOMOUS ACTIVITY AS A DECISIVE FACTOR IN A SUCCESSFUL PERSONALITY-ORIENTED EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
Gulaya Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Gerasimenko Tat'yana Leonidovna
187-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 1.
TEACHING POSTGRADUATES-LAWYERS TO RECOGNIZE AND ANALYZE PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN A LITERARY TEXT AT THE ENGLISH LESSONS
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
184-187 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2. Part 1.
PROSPECTS OF GEOMETRIC-GRAPHIC DISCIPLINES AT TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES
Yakunin Vyacheslav Ivanovich, Guznenkov Vladimir Nikolaevich, Zhurbenko Pavel Aleksandrovich
108-110 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 2.
TEACHING TO SOLVE STEREOMETRY TASKS IN A RATIONAL WAY
Shammatova Anastasiya Anatol'evna
106-108 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 2.
PRIMARY SCHOOL: SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTATION OF EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS OF THE SECOND GENERATION
Ushatikova Irina Igorevna
103-105 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 2.
KEY POINTS AT THE BASIC STAGE OF WORK AT THE MUSICAL COMPOSITION
Medvedeva Kristina Evgen'evna
89-93 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 2.
METHODS OF COMPARISON AND REPETITION OF MUSICAL WORKS AS A WAY OF AESTHETIC EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN’S IMAGINATIVE MUSIC THINKING
Tatarenkova Evgeniya Vladimirovna
78-84 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
INTERACTION OF TEACHER AND FAMILY IN STUDENTS’ SPIRITUAL AND MORAL DEVELOPMENT
Sterkhov Aleksei Alekseevich
76-78 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
SUICIDE AS ONE OF THE FORMS OF ADOLESCENTS’ DEVIANT BEHAVIOR
Prutskova Elena Aleksandrovna
73-76 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
MILITARY-PATRIOTIC EDUCATION IN THE 1ST VYATKA MALE GYMNASIUM
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
68-73 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
N. N. BLINOV - A PROMINENT VYATKA TEACHER-METHODOLOGIST
Pomelov Vladimir Borisovich
65-68 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
FEATURES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF TESTING COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND TESTS FOR MONITORING STUDENTS’ PROGRESS WITHIN THE DISCIPLINE "ENGINEERING GRAPHICS"
Morozov Yurii Vladimirovich, Morozova Marina Alekseevna
60-64 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
CREATION AND APPLICATION OF EDUCATIONAL-METHODOLOGICAL AIDS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL SUPPORT OF CHILDREN WITH GENERAL SPEECH UNDERDEVELOPMENT OF THE III LEVEL
Milushkina Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
57-59 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
STATE AND AUTHOR’S APPROACHES TO THE FUNCTIONAL ILLITERACY PROBLEM SOLUTION
Lopatukhina Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Rynkevich Anna Vladimirovna
54-57 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
THE MODEL OF THE LESSON ON THE COMEDY BY CARLO GOLDONI "THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS" IN THE 7-8 GRADES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL
Kurkina Marina Viktorovna
51-54 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
PREREQUISITES OF THE ORIGIN OF PERSONALITY ORIENTED TRAINING IN THE DOMESTIC PEDAGOGICS (THE 1950S-1970S OF THE XX CENTURY)
Kandul Anastasiya Aleksandrovna
47-50 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
FORMATION OF JUNIOR SCHOOLCHILDREN’S CREATIVE ABILITIES THROUGH THE USE OF ACTIVE PEDAGOGICAL TECHNIQUES
Elizarova Viktoriya Arkad'evna, Tolstova Valeriya Vital'evna
48-50 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 2.
PRACTICAL CONDITIONS OF IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF THE MARKET OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICES IN THE SPHERE OF PRIMARY PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IN THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC
Kalmamatov Bakalbai Aitievich
42-46 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
E. A. PREOBRAZHENSKY ON SOME PROBLEMS OF ORGANIZING READING DIFFERENT LITERATURE BY GYMNASIUM PUPILS IN THE HANDWRITTEN MAGAZINE "SCHOOL LEISURE": ON THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGICAL THOUGHT IN RUSSIA
Kazeeva Elena Aleksandrovna
40-42 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
THE ROLE OF LANGUAGE AND EDUCATIONAL POLICY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE LEGAL STATUS OF ABORIGINES OF CANADA
Zurabova Lana Ruslanovna
36-39 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
INTERSUBJECT PROJECT AS AN EFFECTIVE MEANS OF ACHIEVING METASUBJECT RESULTS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Elovskaya Svetlana Vladimirovna, Myasnikova Mariya Yur'evna
34-36 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
SPECIFICITY OF ORGANIZING PROFESSIONALLY-ORIENTED FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING TO PR CONSULTANTS
Dudina Elena Nikolaevna
31-34 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
TECHNOLOGY OF PROBLEM TEACHING BY THE EXAMPLE OF ORGANIZING INTERACTIVE LECTURES ON CHEMISTRY WHILE TRAINING STUDENTS OF THE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Brel' Anatolii Kuz'mich, Chumakov Vyacheslav Igorevich, Sokolova Svetlana Viktorovna, Tremasova Svetlana Viktorovna
31-33 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 2.
THE USE OF INFORMATION-COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES AS A METHOD OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS’ COGNITIVE ABILITIES
Denisova Sof'ya Andreevna
29-31 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
INNOVATIVE KINDS OF INDEPENDENT WORK OF STUDENTS ON THE DISCIPLINE "CHEMISTRY" AT THE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Brel' Anatolii Kuz'mich, Chumakov Vyacheslav Igorevich, Sokolova Svetlana Viktorovna, Tremasova Svetlana Viktorovna
29-31 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 2.
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS: A STRUCTURED METHOD OF SOLVING PROBLEMS
Gracheva Irina Nikolaevna, Korotova Irina Alekseevna
26-29 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
THE SOLUTION OF POSITIONAL TASKS IN THE COURSE "ENGINEERING GRAPHICS"
Goryachkina Aleksandra Yur'evna, Ivanova Natal'ya Sergeevna, Murashkina Tat'yana Ivanovna, Surkova Nina Grigor'evna
23-25 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
METHODS OF TEACHING OF THE COURSE "AUTODESK AUTOCAD 2016" AT ENGINEERING GRAPHICS DEPARTMENT OF BAUMAN MOSCOW STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Golovacheva Lyudmila Ivanovna, Maksutova Raisya Abdrakhmanovna, Fedoritenko Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
18-22 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
METHODS OF ORGANIZING OBSERVATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE AESTHETIC PERCEPTION OF WORKS OF FINE ARTS IN JUNIOR SCHOOLCHILDREN
Vlasova Valeriya Gavrilovna
15-18 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
PECULIARITIES OF DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS’ CREATIVE THINKING IN THE PROCESS OF INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL TRAINING
Buzhinskaya Nadezhda Vladimirovna
11-14 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
POSSIBILITIES OF ACHIEVING THE META-SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL RESULTS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL WHEN WORKING WITH TEXTS
Bayanova Evgeniya Vladimirovna, Kolesnikova Tat'yana Mikhailovna
8-11 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 2.
IMPROVING THE SYSTEM OF ENGLISH TEACHERS’ ADVANCED TRAINING (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE KOMI REPUBLIC)
Strekalova Nataliya Anatol'evna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 4.
DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF UNIVERSITY TEACHING STAFF IN CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING
Sal'naya Leila Kliment'evna
206-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 4.
THE USE OF MIXED TRAINING PATTERNS IN TEACHING TO SPEAK
Prosvirkina Irina Ivanovna, Sadretdinova Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Yakhno Mariya Dmitrievna, Frolova Anastasiya Mikhailovna
202-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 4.
THE USE OF ONLINE DICTIONARIES IN TEACHING TRANSLATION AT THE NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
Marus Maksim Leonidovich, Esmurzaeva Zhanbota Baurzhanovna, Novikova Elena Vladimirovna, Shkaiderova Tat'yana Viktorovna
198-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 4.
POTENTIAL OF INTEGRATED COURSES IN THE FORMATION OF A POLYLINGUISTIC PERSONALITY
Il'ina Larisa Evgen'evna
194-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 4.
THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE RUSSIAN SCIENTISTS AND PHILOLOGISTS IN THE METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING LITERATURE: AREAS OF RESEARCH
Chertov Viktor Fedorovich, Chernysheva Elena Gennad'evna, Todorov Lev Vsevolodovich
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 3.
PROBLEMS OF IMPLEMENTING SPEECH-BEHAVIOUR TACTICS OF REQUEST IN THE RUSSIAN SPEECH COMMUNICATION WITH FOREIGN STUDENTS
Rumyantseva Elena Vladimirovna
206-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 3.
DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS’ AESTHETIC COMPETENCE IN THE CONDITIONS OF CREATIVE ACTIVITY
Poselyagina Larisa Vyacheslavovna
201-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 3.
MODELING CULTURAL SPACE IN THE REGIONAL COMPONENT OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEXTBOOK (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL HERITAGE OF MUROM)
Pankratova Elena Aleksandrovna
198-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 3.
PECULIARITIES OF INTERFERENCE MANIFESTATION IN TEACHING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN THE CONDITIONS OF THE RUSSIAN-CHECHEN BILINGUALISM
Usmanov Timerlan Ibragimovich
212-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 2.
VISUALIZATION AS A PRINCIPLE OF LANGUAGE TRAINING
Kodzova Zuriet Nurbievna
209-211 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 2.
DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLS OF CROSS-CULTURAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION BETWEEN RUSSIA AND THE EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION
Ziyatdinova Yuliya Nadirovna, Valeeva El'vira Enverovna
206-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 2.
INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE IN THE ARCTIC CONDITIONS
D'yachkovskaya Vilena Gavril'evna, Nakhodkina Alina Aleksandrovna
203-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 2.
ON THE ROLE OF LINGUISTIC INTUITION IN THE FORMATION OF LEXICAL SKILLS WHEN STUDYING THE CHINESE LANGUAGE
Demidova Tat'yana Vasil'evna, Solov'eva Tat'yana Mikhailovna
199-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 2.
ON THE ROLE OF ELECTRONIC FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING IN THE FORMATION OF STUDENTS’ INFORMATIONAL AND COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE
Vas'bieva Dinara Giniyatullovna
196-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 2.
ON PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AT AN AGRARIAN HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Bogdanova Yuliya Zufarovna
194-196 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 2.
STUDYING PARTICIPLE AT THE LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Bakirova Lena Rifkhatovna, Tarasenko Olesya Sergeevna
191-193 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 2.
DIDACTIC POTENTIAL OF THE METHODICAL PORTFOLIO IN ASSESSING THE ACTIVITY COMPONENT OF THE METHODICAL COMPETENCE OF THE FUTURE TEACHER OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Astaf'eva Inna Sergeevna
188-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 2.
THE INTENSIFICATION OF THE PROCESS OF TEACHING A SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT THE HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Arkhangel'skaya Natal'ya Nikolaevna
185-187 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 2.
TEACHING ENGLISH HISTORICAL DISCOURSE TO SENIOR PUPILS OF GYMNASIA OF SOCIAL AND HUMANITIES PROFILE ON THE BASIS OF INTEGRATING ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES "ENGLISH LANGUAGE" AND "HISTORY OF RUSSIA"
Tarnaeva Larisa Petrovna, Plekhova Ol'ga Gennad'evna
208-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 1.
ANGLICISMS IN THE TERMINOLOGICAL THESAURUS OF TOURISM DISCOURSE: LINGUODIDACTIC ASPECT
Mashlykina Natal'ya Dmitrievna
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 1.
DEVELOPMENT OF LINGUISTIC DIRECTION STUDENTS’ CREATIVE THINKING IN THE PROCESS OF WORK WITH LITERARY TEXTS
Kizrina Natal'ya Gennad'evna, Yankina Oksana Evgen'evna
202-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 1.
MULTIMEDIA TRAINING MATERIALS: PROBLEMS AND SEARCH FOR SOLUTIONS
Blinova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna
199-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 1.
QUESTIONS OF STUDYING PHONETICS OF THE ABAZA LANGUAGE AT SCHOOL
Batalova Ekaterina Medzhidovna
195-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 12. Part 1.
BASES OF MODERN LEXICOGRAPHY IN THE COURSE "THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE OF SPEECH" IN SCIENTIFIC-METHODICAL ASPECT
Mistyuk Tat'yana Leonidovna, Tum Evgeniya Anatol'evna, Zaeskova Svetlana Viktorovna
211-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 3.
STUDY OF IDENTIFICATION OF BI- AND MULTILINGUAL CHILD’S LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY IN PEDAGOGICAL ASPECT
Kytina Viktoriya Viktorovna, Ryzhova Nina Vladimirovna
207-211 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 3.
FORMATION OF INTERCULTURAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMPETENCE AMONG NON-LINGUISTIC FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS: PROBLEMS AND THEIR SOLUTION
Sherstkova Irina Aleksandrovna, Khalikova Dilara Glimkhanovna
214-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 2.
LINGUO-CONCEPTOLOGICAL LESSON AS A FORM OF DEVELOPING SCHOOLCHILD’S PERSONAL WORLDVIEW (IN THE CONTEXT OF STUDYING THE STORY BY L. ANDREEV "LITTLE ANGEL")
Truntseva Tat'yana Nikolaevna, Evsyakova Inna Vladimirovna
209-213 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 2.
TEACHING WORD-COMBINATION AT LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT LAW HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENTS
Tarasenko Olesya Sergeevna, Bakirova Lena Rifkhatovna
207-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 2.
PRINCIPLES TO DEVELOP TESTING AND ASSESSMENT MATERIALS IN GERMAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENTS OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF DUISBURG-ESSEN)
Myuller Yuliya Eduardovna
202-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 2.
RUSSIAN PROVERBS AND THEIR MODERN TRANSFORMATIONS FOR REPRESENTATION TO FOREIGN STUDENTS
Murashova Natal'ya Valer'evna
199-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 2.
SPECIALIZED DEPARTMENT AS A MECHANISM OF PEDAGOGICAL STUDENTS’ PRACTICE ORIENTED TRAINING
Lazutova Lyudmila Andreevna, Levina Elena Aleksandrovna
197-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 2.
THE FIGURE OF THE OBSERVER AS A KEY FACTOR IN THE SEMANTIC INTERPRETATION OF TENSES IN THE ENGLISH GRAMMAR CLASSROOM
Druzhinin Andrei Sergeevich, Pesina Svetlana Andreevna
194-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 2.
OPEN DISCUSSION FACILITATION AT SECONDARY SCHOOL LESSONS
Grakhova Svetlana Ivanovna, Nasonova Irina Ivanovna
191-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 2.
THE PROBLEM OF TEACHING DISCIPLINES AIMED TO DEVELOP TECHNICAL HIGHER SCHOOL STUDENTS’ GENERAL PROFESSIONAL AND GENERAL CULTURAL COMPETENCES
Gorshkova Irina Feodos'evna, Zayats Mikhail Sergeevich
189-191 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 2.
VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT MOODLE AS A TOOL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES OF STUDENTS-TRANSLATORS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF STUDYING PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED THEORETICAL DISCIPLINES)
Buryakova Svetlana Yur'evna, Kozyura Tat'yana Nikolaevna
185-188 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 2.
THE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR FURTHER TRAINING OF PEDAGOGICAL EMPLOYEES (ATTEMPT OF BELGOROD INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT)
Revina Tat'yana Yur'evna, Khalyavina Dar'ya Vladimirovna
212-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 1.
TEACHING THE GRAMMATICAL ASPECT OF FOREIGN ORAL SPEECH
Kopytko Viktoriya Nikolaevna
208-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 1.
KNOWLEDGE TESTING IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES (MODULE: BUSINESS) OF FOREIGN STUDENTS-PHILOLOGISTS OF BACHELOR’S AND MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMS
D?browski Tadeusz Stanislavovich
201-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 1.
FORMATION OF PRIMARY AUDIO-LINGUAL SKILLS AMONG CHILDREN OF FOREIGN CULTURE STUDYING THE STATE LANGUAGE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Gasanova Patimat Magomed-Alievna, Buiskikh Tat'yana Mikhailovna
198-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 1.
TEACHING IRANIAN STUDENTS TO EXPRESS SUBJECT-PREDICATE RELATIONS IN SENTENCES WITH THE VERB WITH THE POSTFIX -СЯ IN PREDICATE POSITION (INITIAL STAGE)
Ashtiani Madzhdabadi Kokhnekh Narges
192-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 11. Part 1.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PHONETIC SYSTEM OF CONTACT LANGUAGES IN THE ASPECT OF IMPROVING THE TRAINING TECHNIQUE OF TEACHING RUSSIAN PHONETICS UNDER CONDITIONS OF BILINGUALISM
Yusupova Zul'fiya Firdinatovna, Shakurova Muslima Magsumovna
214-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 3.
MEANS OF INDEPENDENT WORK IN MIXED TRAINING OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: ELECTRONIC OR PRINTED?
Rudenko-Morgun Ol'ga Ivanovna, Arkhangel'skaya Alla Leonidovna, Al'-Kaisi Alisa Nazarovna
209-213 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 3.
THE ROLE OF BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE WHEN WORKING WITH AUTHENTIC VIDEO MATERIAL AT LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Pak Irina Yakovlevna
206-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 3.
THE USE OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN AUTHOURS’ TEXTS IN IMPROVEMENT OF STUDENTS’ READING HABITS AND SKILLS AT NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITIES
Ozerskaya Svetlana Nikolaevna, Parnikova Tat'yana Valer'evna
203-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 3.
THE USE OF COMPARATIVE-ETYMOLOGICAL METHOD IN STUDYING FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Nikolina Nataliya Nikolaevna
201-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 3.
DEVELOPMENT OF THE CULTURE OF SPEECH OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE CONDITIONS OF DIALECT
Lkhasaranova Bairma Bastuevna
198-200 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 3.
THE ROLE OF THE TITLE IN TRAINING SENIOR PUPILS TO WORK WITH THE TEXT IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Koz'ma Margarita Petrovna
196-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 3.
DEVELOPING PROFESSIONAL DIALOGIC SPEECH OF BACHELORS OF LAW
Kozlova Marina Mikhailovna, Kozlova Valeriya Nikolaevna
192-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 3.
METHODICAL PECULIARITIES OF USING "SPANGLISH" AS LINGUO-CULTURAL SIMULATOR WHEN TEACHING SPANISH AS A SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT A MILITARY HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Shvets Tat'yana Petrovna
216-218 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 2.
CONTINUITY OF RESEARCH COMPETENCE FORMATION IN THE THREE-LEVEL SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Khlybova Marina Anatol'evna
213-215 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 2.
ON THE ISSUE OF THE FINAL CERTIFICATION OF LISTENERS OF THE PROGRAM "INTERPRETER IN THE SPHERE OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION" IN THE CLASSROOM-DISTANT FORM
Semushina Elena Yur'evna, Galiullina Gul'nara Vagizovna
210-213 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 2.
ALGORITHM FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS TO CREATE THEIR OWN INTELLECTUAL PRODUCT IN THE FORM OF PRESENTATION
Salynskaya Tat'yana Vladimirovna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 2.
REPRESENTATION OF LANGUAGE FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS IN EDUCATIONAL AIDS ON ORAL SPEECH DEVELOPMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF MULTILINGUAL TRAINING AT NON-LINGUISTIC INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Rybkina Svetlana Nikitovna
204-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 2.
METHODS AND WAYS TO RAISE THE MOTIVATION FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING AMONG AGRARIAN STUDENTS
Lysenko Natal'ya Evgen'evna
202-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 2.
VIDEO LESSON AND VIDEO REPORT IN THE PROJECT "THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE - THE TERRITORY OF EDUCATION": METHODOLOGICAL AND LINGUODIDACTIC ASPECTS
Danilevskaya Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Trubchaninova Margarita Evgen'evna
197-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 2.
PECULIARITIES OF TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO VISUALLY-IMPAIRED ADULTS
Gulaya Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Romanova Svetlana Anatol'evna
193-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 2.
THE PROBLEM OF IMPROVING TECHNICAL STUDENTS’ SPEECH CULTURE
Khan Ol'ga Nikolaevna
212-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 1.
CHOOSING TEXTS IN THE PROFESSIONALLY-ORIENTED VARIATIONAL FOREIGN-LANGUAGE EDUCATION
Timkina Yuliya Yur'evna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 1.
REDUPLICATION AT THE LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Ovtina Evgeniya Alekseevna
206-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 1.
CONSTRUCTION OF CULTURE-ORIENTED SPACE OF THE LESSON BY MEANS OF ACTIVE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
Medvedeva Violetta Veniaminovna
203-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 1.
COGNITIVE SEMANTICS WHEN TEACHING ENGLISH GRAMMAR (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE SEQUENCE OF TENSES)
Druzhinin Andrei Sergeevich, Polyakov Oleg Gennadievich
199-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 1.
NEURO-DIDACTICS AND ITS USAGE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
Gulaya Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Romanova Svetlana Anatol'evna
196-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 1.
DEVELOPMENT OF SCHOOLCHILDREN’S WRITTEN COMPETENCE AT SENIOR STAGE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING
Adel'shina Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
191-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 1.
FUNCTIONAL-STYLISTIC ASPECT IN TEACHING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE TO DAGESTAN STUDENTS AT SENIOR SCHOOL
Abdullaeva Larisa Amrakhovna, Amirkhanova Liana Bedretdinovna
189-191 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 10. Part 1.
GNOSEOLOGICAL MODELING OF WORLDVIEW IN PREPARING STUDENTS FOR THE FINAL ESSAY
Truntseva Tat’yana Nikolaevna
215-218 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 2.
THE DESIGN OF EDUCATIONAL VARIANT IN MASTERING FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES
Timkina Yuliya Yur’evna
213-215 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 2.
ORGANIZING AND CARRYING OUT THE CURRENT CONTROL WHILE TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE WITH THE HELP OF LMS MOODLE
Mineeva Ol'ga Aleksandrovna, Klopova Yuliya Viktorovna, Borshchevskaya Yuliya Mikhailovna
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 2.
THE MAIN STAGES OF SKILL FORMATION OF THE CHINESE HIEROGLYPHIC WRITING
Lager Nelli Borisovna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 2.
THE AATEMPT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING USING THE E-LEARNING PLATFORM MOODLE AT THE NATIONAL RESEARCH TOMSK POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY
Kabrysheva Oksana Pavlovna, Smirnova Ul'yana Aleksandrovna
203-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 2.
THE PECULIARITIES OF ORGANIZING MONITORING OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES OF THE EMPLOYEES FROM THE MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Kalinin Sergei Vladimirovich
200-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 2.
E-LEARNING AS A WAY OF ORGANIZING INDEPENDENT STUDENTS’ WORK
Isaeva Elizaveta Sergeevna, Fekh Alina Il’darovna, Konovalova Nadezhda Ivanovna, Chernysheva Tat’yana Aleksandrovna
197-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 2.
THE METHOD OF WORK WITH TWITTER WHILE LEARNING FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Bukin Aleksandr Sergeevich
194-196 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 2.
THE CONTENT AND STRUCTURE OF ELECTRONIC EDUCATIONAL-METHODICAL COMPLEX OF THE DISCIPLINE "FOREIGN LANGUAGE"
Shirokolobova Anastasiya Georgievna, Gubanova Inna Vladimirovna
212-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 1.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADULTS’ INFORMATION COMPETENCE BY MEANS OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich
209-211 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 1.
PROBLEM OF STUDENTS’ INVOLVEMENT IN PHYSICAL TRAINING: PRIORITY APPROACHES
Novikova Alena Olegovna, Kuz'min Andrei Mikhailovich
206-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 1.
TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR GENERAL PURPOSES TO STUDENTS OF NON-LINGUISTIC FACULTIES: SPECIFICITY, PROBLEMS, SOLUTIONS
Lushnikova Irina Ivanovna
204-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 1.
STUDY OF LANGUAGE BARRIERS PECULIAR TO TECHNICAL STUDENTS IN THE PROCESS OF MASTERING FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Kotel'nikova Elena Yur'evna, Shport'ko Irina Aleksandrovna
200-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 1.
TRANSLATION AS A METHOD OF THE RUSSIAN VOCABULARY SEMANTIZATION UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION
Zagashtokov Aisa Khusinovich, Gedgafova Zhanna Mukhamedovna
198-200 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 1.
GAME AS A MEANS OF FORMATION OF FOREIGN MILITARY PERSONNEL’S COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE AT THE PREPARATORY COURSE
Gainanova Liliya Mullanurovna
195-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1. Part 1.
USE OF THE PROBLEM-SEARCH METHOD IN CLASSES OF THE PROFESSIONAL RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AT MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Chumbalova Gul'maira Mukhamedovna, Kurmangalieva Aigul' Amanovna
105-108 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 1.
ON THE ISSUE OF IMPROVING THE SYSTEM OF STUDENTS’ KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT
Chetvertnova Vera Vasil'evna
102-105 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 1.
METHODICAL GUIDES TO TEACH RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE ON THE BASIS OF SONGS
Tolstova Natal'ya Nikolaevna
48-56 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
PECULARITIES OF TEACHING ENGLISH TO CHILDREN AGED 3-5 YEARS
Tishkina Irina Aleksandrovna
46-48 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
GRAPHICAL SCHEMES AS A MEANS TO STIMULATE TECHNICAL STUDENTS’ COGNITIVE ACTIVITY WHEN STUDYING PHILOSOPHY UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF SCORE-RATING SYSTEM
Samokhin Konstantin Vladimirovich
41-46 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
USE OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL COMPUTER GRAPHICS IN TEACHING DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY
Zhuk Larisa Viktorovna
45-49 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 1.
PREVENTION OF DEVIANT BEHAVIOUR AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Prutskova Elena Aleksandrovna
39-41 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
LABORATORY WORK AS A FORM OF ORGANIZING PRACTICAL LESSONS IN "ORAL FOLK ART"
Potashova Kseniya Alekseevna
36-38 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
TEACHING TO SOLVE TEXTUAL TASKS IN THE CONDITIONS OF CONTINUITY OF MATHEMATICS STUDYING
Dauletkulova Aigul Utegenovna, Serikbai Saule
37-40 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 1.
ON PEDAGOGICAL EFFICIENCY OF USING ELECTRONIC SHOOTING TRAINERS IN MILITARY TRAINING
Padurin Denis Fedorovich, Kuchin Semen Gennad'evich
33-36 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES IN ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
Guznenkov Vladimir Nikolaevich
34-37 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2017. № 1.
THE STRUCTURE AND ARRANGEMENT OF A SEMINAR-PRACTICUM FOR TEACHERS "PERSONAL SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS" (PART 2)
Ondar Liliya Mongunovna, Tyulyush Arzhaana Aleksandrovna
30-33 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
THE STRUCTURE AND ARRANGEMENT OF A SEMINAR-PRACTICUM FOR TEACHERS "PERSONAL SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS" (PART 1)
Ondar Liliya Mongunovna, Uinukai-ool Aldynai Sodunamovna
25-29 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
PROJECT METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS-ECONOMISTS
Moiseeva Tat'yana Vasil'evna
21-25 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
PROFESSIOGRAMMA OF TRAINING RESERVE SOLDIERS AT THE CIVIL HIGHER SCHOOLS
Mikhailov Igor' L'vovich
19-21 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
SOCIAL ADAPTATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES THROUGH THE SOCIAL NETWORK FACEBOOK
Ignat'ev Yurii Anatol'evich
17-19 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
THE INTEGRITY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATIONAL SPACE OF HIGHER SCHOOL
Elovskaya Svetlana Vladimirovna, Demina Larisa Alekseevna
14-16 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
LINGUISTIC ASPECT OF TEACHING FOREIGN WRITTEN SCIENTIFIC SPEECH TO STUDENTS
Astafurova Tat'yana Nikolaevna, Kolyabina Natal'ya Sergeevna
11-14 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
THE USE OF INTERACTIVE TEACHING METHODS IN THE FORMATION OF THE CONCEPTUAL APPARATUS IN THE COURSE OF SOCIAL STUDIES
Allenova Inna Viktorovna
8-10 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
LOCAL HISTORY WORK IN ADDITIONAL EDUCATION SYSTEM USING DISTANCE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
Akol'zina Marina Konstantinovna
6-8 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2017. № 1.
CHOOSING CREOLIZED TEXTS WITH A VIEW TO FORM FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF STUDENTS-BACHELORS OF THE FIELD OF STUDY "ARCHITECTURE"
Yakubovskaya Anna Anatol'evna
213-218 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 3.
FORMATION OF SPIRITUAL AND MORAL CULTURE OF PRESCHOOLERS BY MEANS OF FESTIVITY-GAME TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SYSTEM OF LIFELONG EDUCATION
Manger Tat'yana Eduardovna
211-213 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 3.
LEARNING TASK AS A MEANS OF FORMING THE EDUCATIONAL-COGNITIVE COMPETENCE OF BACHELORS OF PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE DISCIPLINE "FOREIGN LANGUAGE")
Kir'yakova Ol'ga Vasil'evna, Yankina Oksana Evgen'evna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 3.
AUTHENTIC FEATURE FILM AS A MEANS OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Bereznyatskaya Marina Anatol'evna, Denisenko Anastasiya Vladimirovna
204-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 3.
BASIC STAGES OF DEVELOPING JUNIOR PUPILS’ COGNITIVE ACTIVITY BY MEANS OF MUSICAL FOLKLORE IN THE SYSTEM OF ADDITIONAL EDUCATION
Shcheglova Marianna Vladimirovna
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 2.
TECHNOLOGY TO TEACH FOREIGN STUDENTS LISTENING AND SUMMARIZING RUSSIAN EDUCATIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC TEXTS
Pisar' Nadezhda Vladimirovna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 2.
TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN NON-LINGUISTIC SCHOOLS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF COMPETENCE APPROACH
Mikhailova Galina Ivanovna
204-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 2.
INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN TEACHING A PROFESSIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Lizunova Nina Mikhailovna, Chernyshkova Nataliya Vladimirovna
201-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 2.
USING INNOVATIVE EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES WHILE RAISING THE QUALITY OF MILITARY STUDENTS’ TRAINING
Baranova Lyudmila Mikhailovna
198-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 2.
LINGUISTIC ADAPTATION IN THE CONTEXT OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE (FROM EXPERIENCE OF EDUCATIONAL AND PRACTICAL MANUAL CREATION FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS-MEDICS)
Fomina Tat'yana Konstantinovna, Altukhova Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Ignatenko Ol'ga Petrovna
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 1.
CORPUS LINGUISTICS RESOURCES USE IN TRAINING TRANSLATORS IN THE SPHERE OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
Tarnaeva Larisa Petrovna, Osipova Ekaterina Sergeevna
205-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 1.
IMPROVING SENIOR PUPILS’ FOREIGN-LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE ON THE BASIS OF FRENCH COMICS
Reznikova Aleksandra Ivanovna
202-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 1.
EDUCATIONAL BLOG AS AN EFFECTIVE MEANS OF TEACHING WRITTEN TRANSLATION TO FUTURE LINGUISTS-TRANSLATORS
Osipova Ekaterina Sergeevna
198-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 1.
DEVELOPING NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ FOREIGN-LANGUAGE GRAMMATICAL COMPETENCE FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF INTERCULTURAL APPROACH
Ovcharenko Viktoriya Pavlovna, Burenko Lyudmila Vasil'evna
195-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 1.
ANTHROPOCENTRIC APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF THE CATEGORY OF GENDER IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Nurullina Guzel' Minnezufarovna, Yusupova Zul'fiya Firdinatovna
192-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 1.
THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE TEXTBOOK ROLE IN FORMATION OF PERSONAL QUALITIES OF PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE EDUCATIONAL AND METHODOLOGICAL SET "SCHOOL OF RUSSIA")
Molodets Irina Ivanovna, Tirigulova Rashida Khafizovna
189-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 1.
TOPICAL ISSUES OF REALIZING COMPETENCE-BASED APPROACH IN MILITARY EDUCATION SYSTEM
Malenkov Andrei Olegovich
186-189 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 9. Part 1.
CONCEPTION OF THE PROGRAMME "WHEELCHAIR DANCE" FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Pivtorak Aleksandr Nikolaevich
77-79 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 9.
MANAGING KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION PROCESS IN PROJECTION DRAWING
Dobrovol'skaya Nadezhda Aleksandrovna, Novoselova Lyudmila Valentinovna, Surkova Nina Grigor'evna
37-40 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 9.
AFTERCARE GROUP AS SPEECH PRACTICAL WORK WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF COMPLEX APPROACH TO TREATMENT OF STUTTERING AMONG ADULTS
Geras'kin Aleksei Alekseevich, Khavanov Andrei Yur'evich
23-25 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 9.
USE OF PRACTICAL CLASSES WHILE STUDYING THE SINGLE-PHASE TRANSFORMER CHARACTERISTICS
Volchenskov Valerii Ivanovich, Sobolev Vladimir Afanas'evich
21-23 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 9.
THE STUDY OF THE RUSSIAN CLASSICAL LITERATURE IN PRACTICE OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: TEACHING AID FOR READING OF A NEW TYPE
Shestak Ol'ga Vasil'evna, Paretskaya Marina Eduardovna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 2.
USING GAMES WHILE TRAINING FOREIGN STUDENTS THE USAGE OF INTERROGATIVE PARTICLES IN SPEECH (BY THE EXAMPLE OF INTERROGATIVE PARTICLE "НЕУЖЕЛИ" (REALLY))
Hsieh Sin Yu
205-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 2.
SOME PECULIARITIES OF STUDYING SYNTACTIC NORMS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE DISCIPLINE "RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE OF SPEECH" IN TECHNICAL HIGHER SCHOOL
Sarimova Rezeda Rashshatovna
203-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 2.
THE REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN AND FOREIGN PARADIGM OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION (EDUCATIONAL PARADIGMS OF RUSSIA, THE USA AND FINLAND)
Perevertkina Marina Sergeevna, Lalym Anna Sergeevna
198-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 2.
EVALUATION AS IMPORTANT ASPECT OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS IN MUSICAL EDUCATION
Aleshnikova Lyudmila Petrovna, Aleshnikov Evgenii Alekseevich
195-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 2.
PECULIARITIES OF LOGICAL-SEMANTIC ARRANGEMENT OF TEXTS OF HISTORICAL SUBJECT MATTER IN POPULAR SCIENCE SUBSTYLE
Chen Tong
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
INTERPRETER’S PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE IN THE SPHERE OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
Tarnaeva Larisa Petrovna
202-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
USING THE CASE-METHOD IN INTERACTIVE TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS OF A NON-LINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Rozhnova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, Simakova Svetlana Mikhailovna
198-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
THE RESULTS OF STUDYING THE FORMATION OF PRESCHOOLERS’ COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS
Privalova Svetlana Evgen'evna
195-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
SCIENTIFIC APPROACHES AND TECHNOLOGIES OF TRAINING THE DISCIPLINE "PEDAGOGY" TO STUDENTS OF NON-PEDAGOGICAL HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Pavlova Svetlana Aleksandrovna
192-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
CONDITIONS INCREASING THE DIDACTIC SYSTEM EFFECTIVENESS OF MILITARY STUDENTS’ ENGINEERING TRAINING AT HIGHER SCHOOLS OF NATIONAL GUARD FORCES OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Kurilov Aleksei Vladislavovich
189-191 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
THE BASICS OF FORMING EDUCATIONAL DIALOGUE AMONG 6-7-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN IN TRAINING PROCESS
Kraeva Alevtina Anatol'evna
186-189 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
THE ROLE OF ELECTRONIC TEACHING AS AN INTEGRAL PART OF BLENDED LEARNING OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN HIGHER SCHOOL
Klimova Irina Iosifovna
183-185 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
FOREIGN MEDICAL STUDENTS’ TEACHING IN AN INTERMEDIATE LANGUAGE AS AN INNOVATIVE METHOD IN TEACHING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Goncharenko Natal'ya Vladimirovna, Altukhova Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Ignatenko Ol'ga Petrovna
181-183 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
SPECIFICITY OF METAPHORS OF THE MODERN FRENCH ECONOMIC DISCOURSE AND PROBLEM OF TEACHING THEIR TRANSLATION INTO RUSSIAN
Galaktionova Irina Evgen'evna, Rudenko Svetlana Vasil'evna
178-180 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF GLOBALIZATION
Voronova Valentina Vladimirovna, Zalugina Marina Vasil'evna, Frolova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna
176-178 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 8. Part 1.
BUSINESS GAME USE IN PRACTICE OF TEACHING STUDENTS OF THE 5TH COURSE OF MEDICAL FACULTY OF MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Sokolov Ivan Mikhailovich, Zheleznyakova Nataliya Aleksandrovna, Konobeeva Elena Vladimirovna
85-87 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 8.
STUDYING RUNNING REGIMES OF OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS IN MULTISIM 10.1 ENVIRONMENT
Sobolev Vladimir Afanas'evich, Volchenskov Valerii Ivanovich
79-84 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 8.
METHODICAL PROVISION OF THE TOPIC "INTERNET" WHILE TEACHING PENSIONERS
Nogovitsina Olesya Valer'evna
63-69 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 8.
TYPOLOGY OF FORMS OF TRAINING THE PERSONNEL OF DANGEROUS MANUFACTURING ENTITIES
Nikolaenko Aleksandr Viktorovich
59-62 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 8.
BACHELORS’ EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS: PROBLEM OF IDENTIFICATION AND EVALUATION OF ACADEMIC ACTIVITY RESULTS
Nabiev Valerii Sharif'yanovich
51-53 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 8.
ON THE ISSUE OF IMPROVING MILITARY UPBRINGING AT THE MILITARY-EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
Kasavtsev Mikhail Yur'evich
37-40 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 8.
INFORMATION GRAPHIC TECHNOLOGIES AT JUNIOR COURSES OF TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Guznenkov Vladimir Nikolaevich, Zhurbenko Pavel Aleksandrovich
24-26 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 8.
THE INFLUENCE OF GRAMMATICAL INTERFERENCE ON RUSSIAN SPEECH FORMATION AMONG THE LEZGHIN STUDENTS WHILE STUDYING NOUN
Esedova Umagani Nisredovna
211-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 3.
PECULIARITIES OF IMPLEMENTING SYNERGETIC APPROACH IN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS OF LAW INSTITUTE OF THE MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Fedulov Boris Aleksandrovich, Morozov Vladimir Anatol'evich, Stryuts Evgenii Viktorovich
208-211 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 3.
TEACHING ORAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE SPEECH TO STUDENTS OF INSTITUTIONS OF PHYSICAL CULTURE
Safonova Svetlana Ivanovna, Shondina Irina Anatol'evna
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 3.
FESTIVE TABLE TALK AS A SUBJECT OF SPEECH AT THE SCHOOL LESSON OF LITERATURE
Portnykh Natal'ya Nikolaevna
202-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 3.
TEACHING THE RUSSIAN PHRASEOLOGY TO FOREIGN STUDENTS
Kryuchkova Lyudmila Sergeevna
198-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 3.
METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF THE SYSTEM LEARNING OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN THE PROCESS OF READING PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED TEXTS
Korotenko Tat'yana Nikolaevna
195-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 3.
COMPETITIVE DESIGNING AS AN INNOVATIVE FORM OF TEACHING STUDENTS-DESIGNERS
Korkin Andrei Yur'evich, Kurochkin Valerii Alekseevich
190-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 3.
DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSLATION COMPETENCE OF THE STAFF OF TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION (EXPERIENCE OF NATIONAL RESEARCH TOMSK POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY)
Goryanova Lyubov' Nikolaevna, Frantsuzskaya Evgeniya Olegovna
187-189 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 3.
DEVELOPING PERSONALLY ORIENTED METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO THE MILITARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Antonenko Elena Rashitovna
185-187 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 3.
TECHNOLOGY OF TIME MANAGEMENT IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO UNDERGRADUATES OF ENGINEERING-TECHNICAL DIRECTION
Mal'kina Anna Pavlovna
208-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 2.
SPECIFICITY OF TEACHING EDUCATIONAL-RESEARCH ACTIVITY AT SCHOOL
Maletina Oksana Andreevna, Tsybaneva Valentina Aleksandrovna
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 2.
PECULIARITIES OF LEARNING-PEDAGOGICAL DISCOURSE BEING FORMED WHILE TRAINING A FUTURE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER
Baranova Irina Evgen'evna, Sorokovykh Galina Viktorovna
201-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 2.
ESSENCE AND CONTENT OF THE INFORMATIONAL AND ANALYTICAL COMPETENCE OF A SPECIALIST-ANALYST STUDYING AT THE DEPARTMENTAL HIGHER SCHOOL
Shevchenko Ol'ga Ivanovna, Subbotenko Ol'ga Alekseevna
208-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
BASIC MODELS OF CORPORATE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING: ADVANTAGES AND SHORTCOMINGS
Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich, Grenlund Anna Yur'evna
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
DEVELOPMENT OF A CREATIVE TASK IN THE DISCIPLINE "ERGONOMICS AND ANTHROPOMETRY" FOR THE STUDENTS LEARNING "DESIGN"
Fekh Alina Il'darovna, Isaeva Elizaveta Sergeevna, Skachkova Larisa Aleksandrovna
201-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
CONTEMPORARY METHODS OF DIAGNOSIS IN TEACHING THE TATAR LANGUAGE
Fatkhullova Kadriya Sungatovna, Denmukhametova El'vira Nikolaevna
198-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
PECULIARITIES OF TEACHING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN CLASSES WITH POLYETHNIC COMPOSITION OF PUPILS
Ryabchenko Natal'ya Nikolaevna
195-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
IMPORTANCE OF LANGUAGE COMPETENCE IN THE CONTEXT OF THE PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF A FUTURE SPECIALIST
Mikhailova Galina Ivanovna
192-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES AND CONTESTS IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AS A FACTOR OF STUDENTS’ COMPETITIVENESS FORMATION
Lizunova Nina Mikhailovna, Obukhova Larisa Yur'evna
189-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
FORMATION OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF THE TECHNICAL TEXTS TRANSLATOR
Kushnina Lyudmila Veniaminovna, Ulitina Svetlana Grigor'evna
185-189 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
AUTHENTIC MATERIALS AS A MEANS TO DEVELOP READING SKILLS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING: CRITERIA FOR CHOICE AND ADVANTAGES
Kuznetsova Irina Nikolaevna, Kurkan Nataliya Vladimirovna
182-185 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
RESULTS OF STUDYING PHYSICAL FITNESS INDICATORS OF THE CULTURE AND ART HIGHER SCHOOLS’ STUDENTS AND THEIR MOTIVATION FOR HEALTHY LIFESTYLE WHILE FORMING HEALTH-PRESERVING COMPETENCES
Konyaeva Marina Alekseevna
179-182 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
STRUCTURAL-SEMANTIC MOTIVATION AS A MEANS TO DEVELOP JUNIOR PUPILS’ INITIAL CONCEPTIONS OF THE WORD SEMANTICS
Kozlova Marina Mikhailovna, Kozlova Valeriya Nikolaevna
175-179 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
STUDYING A. S. PUSHKIN’S CREATIVE WORK BY FOREIGN STUDENTS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF "THE TALE OF THE FISHERMAN AND THE FISH")
Zharikova Elena Evgen'evna
173-175 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
PRAGMATIC POTENTIAL OF DIDACTIC DISCOURSE WHILE TRAINING ORAL TRANSLATORS
Goreva Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
169-172 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
THE NOVEL BY F. M. DOSTOYEVSKY "THE IDIOT": EASTERN SUBTEXT AND CREATIVE WRITING
Bekmetov Rinat Ferganovich
166-169 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 7. Part 1.
PRACTICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK ON FORMING ADEQUATE SELF-ASSESSMENT OF JUNIOR SCHOOLCHILDREN IN EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY
Khurshudyan Dzhul'etta Surenovna
117-121 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 7.
USING THE POTENTIAL OF VOLUNTEERS’ INITIATIVES WHILE FORMING SENIOR PUPILS’ MOTIVATION FOR HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
Leushina Marina Leonidovna
63-65 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 7.
PECULIARITIES OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS-MUSICIANS FROM CHINA AT THE PREPARATION FACULTY
Zabuga Antonina Aleksandrovna
29-32 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 7.
USING VIDEO MATERIALS AT SOCIAL STUDIES LESSONS
Belyankova Elena Ivanovna
22-24 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 7.
THE MODEL OF THE FORMATION OF A POLICE OFFICER’S PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL ATTITUDE TOWARDS LAW-ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITY
Chernov Yurii Nikolaevich
212-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
VALUE ORIENTATIONS IN THE SELECTION OF THE TEXT MATERIAL FOR TEACHING ENGLISH TO JUNIOR SCHOOLCHILDREN
Tembotova Zalina Alievna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY OF BLENDED LEARNING OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE ON THE BASIS OF FOLKLORE MATERIAL
Romanova Svetlana Vladimirovna
206-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING IN THE CONTEXT OF MODERNIZING HIGHER PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
Raptanova Irina Nikolaevna
203-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
WORD ORDER: ON THE ISSUE OF INTERFERENCE REMOVAL AT THE LEVEL OF PRONUNCIATION
Oleinikova Svetlana Dmitrievna
201-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES BY THE STUDENTS OF TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Lopatina Elena Valentinovna
198-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
APPLICATION OF MODERN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING INFORMATICS
Kopaeva Elena Vyacheslavovna
195-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
INCLUSIVE APPROACH IN THE MODERN EDUCATION
Gerkina Natal' Valer'evna, Zagladina Elena Nikolaevna, Novikova Tat'yana Valer'evna
193-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
LINGUO-DIDACTIC ASPECT OF TEACHING EXPRESSIVE READING IN THE FOREIGN AUDIENCE
Vorontsova Yuliya Aleksandrovna, Khoroshko Elena Yur'evna
190-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
INTEGRAL MODEL OF TEACHING READING AS THE COMPONENT OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY OF A TRANSLATOR OF SCIENTIFIC-TECHNICAL TEXTS IN SPECIALTY "INFORMATICS AND COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY"
Biryukova Yuliya Nikolaevna, Marchenko Ol'ga Vladimirovna
186-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
CREATIVE FOREIGN LANGUAGE DIDACTIC ENVIRONMENT AS ONE OF THE FORMS OF DEVELOPING COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE
Baronenko Elena Anatol'evna, Belova Larisa Aleksandrovna, Slabysheva Alevtina Vasil'evna
183-186 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
ON THE EXPERIENCE OF DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF LOCALLY STANDARDIZED TESTS IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO MILITARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Antonenko Elena Rashitovna
180-183 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
MARKERS OF STIMULATING COMMUNICATION IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Avruskina Elena Borisovna
177-179 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 3.
DIDACTIC CONDITIONS AS AN IMPORTANT FACTOR OF THE FORMATION OF STRATEGIES OF STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT WORK
Tsyganova Larisa Vasil'evna, Sidorkin Konstantin Aleksandrovich, Sidorkina Natal'ya Vladimirovna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 2.
SYSTEM OF TASKS FOR TEACHING GERMAN IDIOMS ON THE BASIS OF INTERCULTURAL APPROACH
Khosainova Ol'ga Sergeevna
206-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 2.
ADVERB IN HISTORICAL STRUCTURE OF PARTS OF SPEECH IN THE TATAR AND OTHER TURKIC LANGUAGES
Kharisova Chulpan Mukharramovna, Shakirova Gul'nara Rasikhovna
203-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 2.
THE RESERVE OF THE ASSESSMENT MEANS ON THE SUBJECT "ACADEMIC WRITING": MULTI-LEVEL TASKS AND THE MAINTENANCE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY INTERACTION
Kroshina Vera Alekseevna, Stel'makh Anastasiya Mikhailovna
200-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 2.
ADOPTING THE GRAMMATICAL SYSTEM OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE BY JUNIOR DAGESTAN PUPILS
Kislitskaya Svetlana Stepanovna
197-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 2.
FORMATION OF EDUCATIONAL-COGNITIVE COMPONENT OF FOREIGN-LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE AMONG STUDENTS-BACHELORS BASING ON "WEBQUEST" TECHNOLOGY
Kizrina Natal'ya Gennad'evna, Yankina Oksana Evgen'evna
193-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 2.
"LINGUISTIC CLUSTER" AS A MEANS TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF EXTINCTION OF LANGUAGES OF THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF THE NORTH
Dolzhenko Svetlana Gennad'evna, Bayanova Evgeniya Vladimirovna
191-193 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 2.
SPECIALIZATION "INDUSTRIAL DESIGN" AND IMAGE COMPONENT IN THE PROCESS OF STUDENTS TEACHING
Viitman Viktor Robertovich, Kazakova Oksana Aleksandrovna, Viitman Nina Gennad'evna
187-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 2.
DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS OF JUNIOR SCHOOLCHILDREN-BILINGUALS IN THE PROCESS OF WORKING ON VERBS
Bidzhieva Venera Ibraievna, Alimsakaeva Rita Kocharovna
184-187 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 2.
ART EDUCATION IN THE FIELD OF THE TRADITIONAL APPLIED ART IN THE CONDITIONS OF GLOBALIZATION
Shokorova Larisa Vladimirovna
208-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 1.
THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL MOTIVATION OF STUDENTS OF THE FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
Trusova Lyubov' Nikolaevna, Soboleva Ol'ga Anatol'evna
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 1.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MOTOR ACTIVITY AND FUNCTIONAL STATE OF STUDENTS DURING the STUDY IN THE INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Mitsan Elena Leonidovna
203-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 1.
ON THE ISSUE OF THE FORMATION OF STUDENTS’ MODEL REPRESENTATIONS BEFORE STUDYING MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION IN INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Kosheleva Natal'ya Nikolaevna, Krylova Svetlana Aleksandrovna, Nikitina Marina Gennad'evna
200-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 1.
METHODOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF LEXICAL UNITS WITH CONNOTATIVE COLORING
Klimova Yuliya Vital'evna
198-200 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 1.
THE PECULIARITIES OF MANAGERIAL COMPETENCE FORMATION IN MODERN CONDITIONS
Karpov Viktor Borisovich, Kasavtsev Mikhail Yur'evich
195-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 1.
THE PECULIARITIES OF TEACHING PROFESSIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION TO FUTURE BACHELORS OF FOREIGN REGIONAL STUDIES
Grigor'eva Elena Gennadievna, Karpova Lyudmila Ivanovna, Shchekoldina Anna Viktorovna
193-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 1.
THE PECULIARITIES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS’ COGNITIVE INDEPENDENCE IN THE PROCESS OF INTEGRATED PROJECT ACTIVITY
Bredneva Nadezhda Anatol'evna
190-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 6. Part 1.
METHODS OF ACTIVE AND INTERACTIVE TRAINING OF TECHNICAL HIGHER SCHOOL STUDENTS ON ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
Khryashchev Valentin Gennad'evich, Morozova Nonna Vasil'evna, Surkova Nina Grigor'evna
106-111 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 6.
USING INTERACTIVE FORMS OF TEACHING TO STIMULATE COGNITIVE PROCESS AMONG STUDENTS - APPLIED BACHELORS
Koz'mina Irina Sergeevna, Maksimov Roman Sergeevich, Klykov Aleksei Dmitrievich
32-35 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 6.
REFLEXIVE COMPETENCE OF A LECTURER: NOTION, STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS AT A TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Gugina Ekaterina Mikhailovna
23-25 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 6.
ON TEACHING THE THEME "NUMERICAL AND POWER SERIES" IN MATHEMATICS COURSE OF A TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Gracheva Liliya Aleksandrovna
19-22 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 6.
METHODS TO TEACH THE PROGRAMME AUTODESK INVENTOR AT THE DEPARTMENT "ENGINEERING GRAPHICS" OF BAUMAN MOSCOW STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Bondareva Tat'yana Petrovna, Golovacheva Lyudmila Ivanovna, Maksutova Raisya Abdrakhmanovna, Fedoritenko Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
16-19 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 6.
ORGANIZING HIGHER SCHOOL STUDENTS’ RESEARCH WORK WHILE IMPLEMENTING NEW EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS
Aleksanova Galina Tevanovna
10-12 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 6.
TEACHING SPEECH COMMUNICATION IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AS A FOREIGN ONE WITH THE WEB-SUPPORT IN THE SYSTEM LMS MOODLE
Shchitov Aleksandr Grigor'evich, Doan Thi Cam Chieu
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 3.
INTRODUCING THE HEALTH PASSPORT INTO THE PROCESS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION OF THE STUDENTS OF THE FEDERAL STATE BUDGETARY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION OF HIGHER PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION "MAGNITOGORSK STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY NAMED AFTER G. I. NOSOV"
Ustselemova Natal'ya Aleksandrovna, Kozlov Roman Alekseevich, Neretin Valerii Fedorovich
206-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 3.
ON THE FORMAL ASPECT OF EVASIVE ANSWERS IN TEACHING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AS A FOREIGN ONE
Tolstova Natal'ya Nikolaevna
202-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 3.
CASE METHOD ON STUDYING METHODICAL COMPETENCE OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER
Makeeva Svetlana Nikolaevna
198-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 3.
TRAINING THE STUDENTS FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION IN THE SPHERE OF TOURISM AS A PROBLEM
Kartashova Valentina Nikolaevna, Demina Evangelina Romanovna
196-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 3.
THE POSSIBILITIES TO INTEGRATE MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES IN THE PROCESS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING IN A NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Vas'bieva Dinara Giniyatullovna
193-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 3.
THE PHENOMENON OF NONCOINCIDENCE OF FORMAL AND SEMANTIC LEVELS OF THE SENTENCE WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE NOTION OF CONTEXTUAL PARADIGM OF THE WORD
Burova Aleksandra Alekseevna
190-193 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 3.
THE POSSIBILITIES OF A MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION IN THE WORK OF STUDENTS OF NATURAL-SCIENCE DIRECTION OF TRAINING WITH A SPECIAL TEXT IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Belyaeva Elena Aleksandrovna
188-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 3.
ORGANIZATIONAL AND METHODICAL CONTRADICTIONS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING IN THE ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich, Grenlund Anna Yur'evna
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
ON IMPROVING THE SYSTEM OF TEACHING COMMUNICATIVE DISCIPLINES AT A NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER SCHOOL
Fedorova Elena Alekseevna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
TEACHING MAGISTRACY STUDENTS SUMMARY TRANSLATION OF THE POPULAR SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL TEXTS
Sveshnikova Svetlana Aleksandrovna
204-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
SIMULATION AS AN INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY TO TEACH BUSINESS COMMUNICATION IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Odaryuk Irina Vasil'evna, Kolmakova Valentina Vasil'evna
201-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
THE HISTORICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE EVOLUTION OF PROFESSIONALLY-ORIENTED FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
Mikhailova Galina Ivanovna
198-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
PROBLEM-BASED TEACHING AT THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE LESSONS: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE SAMARA STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Mitrofanova Elena Andreevna
195-198 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
NORMATIVE AND "FREE" VERBAL ADVERB PHRASE IN THE COURSE "RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE OF SPEECH"
Mistyuk Tat'yana Leonidovna
191-195 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
SPECIFICS OF THE FUTURE INTERPRETERS’ RESEARCH ACTIVITY IN THE FIRST AND SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Kinderknekht Anna Sergeevna, Zvyagina Valentina Vladimirovna
188-191 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
SOME PROBLEMS OF TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN A TECHNICAL INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND WAYS TO OVERCOME THEM
Kashirina Ol'ga Aleksandrovna
186-188 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
DEVELOPING CURRICULUMS AND USING MODERN TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO THE FUTURE MAGISTERS AT A NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER SCHOOL
Gerasimova Irina Gennad'evna
183-186 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
DEVELOPING SOCIOCULTURAL COMPETENCE OF THE AGRARIAN HIGHER SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE PROCESS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
Voropaeva Viktoriya Aleksandrovna, Popova Natal'ya Vladimirovna
181-183 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
THE USE OF INNOVATIVE COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION IN A NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER SCHOOL
Vas'bieva Dinara Giniyatullovna
179-181 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
THE ROLE OF CREATIVE HOME TASKS WHILE STUDYING THE DISCIPLINE "PROFESSIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE" BY THE BACHELOR STUDENTS OF THE FIELD OF STUDY "BUSINESS INFORMATICS"
Bugreeva Anastasiya Sergeevna
176-179 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
THE COMPETENCE APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF LEGAL DISCIPLINES
Bogdanova Ol'ga Viktorovna
173-176 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
MIKHAIL BULGAKOV DURING CLASSES OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Abazova Lyudmila Mukhamedovna, Gutaeva Zhansurat Zhuashovna, Kochesokova Madina Petrovna
167-173 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 2.
EVOLUTION OF "DUALITY" CONCEPTION IN MODERN HIGHER EDUCATION
Fal'ko Kirill Igorevich
212-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
INTERACTIVE EDUCATIONAL METHODS IN TEACHING ELECTIVE COURSES OF HISTORY
Rubaeva El'ma Muratovna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
PRACTICE OF IDENTIFYING THE GENERAL MEANING OF THE ENGLISH -ING FORMS
Prikhodchenko Petr Ivanovich
206-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS ACQUISITION AT BUSINESS SCHOOL: ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL NEEDS ANALYSIS FOR COMMUNICATION SKILLS PROGRAMMES DEVELOPMENT
Orlova Elena Vladimirovna, Martynova Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Goman Yuliya Valentinovna, Zarutskaya Ekaterina Vital'evna, Rybina Tat'yana Nikolaevna
197-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
INTENTIONAL PROCESS OF SURVEYING ENGLISH SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE
Lizunova Nina Mikhailovna, Obukhova Larisa Yur'evna
194-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL QUALITIES AND FEATURES OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER’S PERSONALITY AS INDICATORS OF READINESS TO REALIZE PERSONALITY-ORIENTED APPROACH IN TEACHING STUDENTS OF A NON-LINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Kuznetsova Tat'yana Igorevna
191-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
THE PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING TRANSLATORS IN THE SPHERE OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION WITHIN THE HIGHER SCHOOL SYSTEM OF ADDITIONAL EDUCATION
Katranov Sergei Nikolaevich, Kuznetsov Igor' Aleksandrovich
187-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
MOTIVATIONS IN FORMATION OF PROFESSIONAL-COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF A STUDENT OF A NON-LINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Kalugina Ol'ga Anatol'evna
184-186 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
THE FORMATION OF COMMUNICATIVE UNIVERSAL EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES OF PRIMARY SCHOOLCHILDREN AS A LEADING LEARNING OUTCOME
Drozdova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna, Smirnova Tat'yana Andreevna
182-184 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
ORGANIZATIONAL PECULIARITIES OF WORK WITH GIFTED STUDENTS: RUSSIAN AND FOREIGN EXPERIENCE
Gali Gul'nara Faritovna, Shakhnina Irina Zinov'evna, Kapustina El'vina Vital'evna
179-181 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
FORMATION OF ONCOMING GENERATION’S VALUE ATTITUDE TO HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
Valieva Gul'nara Firdusovna, Mefod'eva Marina Anatol'evna, Yarullina Dilyara Almazovna
177-179 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
RHETORICAL COMPONENT: FROM EXPERIENCE OF TEACHING ACADEMIC WRITING COURSE
Alen'kina Tat'yana Borisovna
174-176 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 5. Part 1.
SYSTEM OF AUTHOR’S INTEGRATED TASKS OF VARIATION TESTS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES AND NECESSITY TO TRAIN PUPILS FOR THEM AS AN IMPORTANT COMPONENT OF COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENT’S PERSONALITY
Khusainov Il'dar Il'gizovich
90-93 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 5.
STUDYING GERMAN WITH THE HELP OF MOBILE APPLICATIONS
Urbaeva Aleksandra Pavlovna
81-83 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 5.
COMPUTER MODEL OF THE SINGLE-PHASE TRANSFORMER IN MULTISIM ENVIRONMENT FOR A LABORATORY PRACTICAL WORK
Solov'ev Vladimir Alekseevich, Stepanov Anatolii Vladimirovich
73-78 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 5.
USING MULTISIM 10.1 TO STUDY BIPOLAR TRANSISTOR OPERATING MODES
Sobolev Vladimir Afanas'evich
68-72 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 5.
PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS OF AESTHETIC EDUCATION IN GYMNASIUMS: HISTORICAL ASPECTS (THE XIX CENTURY)
Poselyagina Larisa Vyacheslavovna
63-65 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 5.
APPROBATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL STANDARD "PEDAGOGUE-PSYCHOLOGIST": REGIONAL AND MUNICIPAL ASPECTS
Il'ina Anna Vladimirovna
34-36 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 5.
SCIENTIFIC AND METHODICAL PECULIARITIES OF DESCRIBING THE SECTION "RULED SURFACES" IN THE DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY COURSE
Borovikov Ivan Fedorovich, Kalinin Viktor Isakovich, Ovsyannikova Tat'yana Nikolaevna
20-23 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 5.
WIKI-PROJECT AS AN EFFECTIVE FORM OF ORGANIZING STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT WORK
Starostina Yuliya Sergeevna
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
MODERN LANGUAGE EDUCATION: MOTIVATION, SYSTEM, EFFICIENCY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ANALYSIS OF THE LANGUAGE POLICY OF THE REPUBLIC OF KHAKASSIA OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION)
Pekarskaya Irina Vladimirovna, Amzarakova Irina Petrovna
206-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
SOME PECULIARITIES OF TEACHING AND STUDYING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AS A FOREIGN ONE AT THE PRESENT STAGE
Paretskaya Marina Eduardovna
204-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
EDUCATIONAL POTENTIAL OF THE DISCIPLINE "FOREIGN LANGUAGE" IN FORMATION OF INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE OF STUDENTS OF NONLINGUISTIC DIRECTIONS OF TRAINING
Lyubova Tat'yana Vasil'evna, Evgrafova Ol'ga Gennad'evna
199-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
COMPETENCE-BASED MODEL FOR TRAINING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE TEACHER
Linetskaya Larisa Markovna
196-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT WORK STRATEGIES AS A COMPONENT OF CONTENT OF FOREIGN-LANGUAGE INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY
Lebedinskaya Oksana Valentinovna, Tsyganova Larisa Vasil'evna
193-196 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF INDEPENDENT STUDYING IN THE PROCESS OF EXTRA-CURRICULAR READING OF PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED LITERATURE IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE BY STUDENTS OF TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Kuznetsov Igor' Aleksandrovich, Katranov Sergei Nikolaevich
190-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
MUSIC AS A MEANS OF TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT THE MUSICAL UNIVERSITY
Kryukova Lyudmila Sergeevna
188-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
VALUES OF A CONTEMPORARY PUPIL’S CIVIL IDENTITY: EXPERIENCE OF ANALYSING EXPERIMENTAL DATA
Korneeva Natal'ya Yur'evna
185-187 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
DIFFICULTIES OF MASTERING THE MORPHOLOGICAL CATEGORIES OF THE RUSSIAN VERB BY THE DAGESTANI NATIONAL SCHOOL PUPILS
Kislitskaya Svetlana Stepanovna, Mugidova Madina Ibadullaevna
182-184 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
INTERACTIVE TEACHING TECHNOLOGIES AT THE HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT AS A MEANS OF COMPETENCE-BASED APPROACH IMPLEMENTATION
Isaev Aleksandr Arkad'evich, Isaeva Irina Yur'evna
179-181 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
SIGNIFICANCE OF LINGUO-CULTUROLOGICAL EXPERIMENT AT FORMATION OF PHRASEOLOGICAL COMPETENCE WHEN TEACHING THE JAPANESE LANGUAGE
Dzhura Nadezhda Vladimirovna
177-179 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
TEACHING WRITING TAKING INTO ACCOUNT PECULIARITIES OF DISCOURSES
Getmanskaya Mariya Konstantinovna, Getmanskaya Anna Vasil'evna
174-176 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PURPOSES OF THE SUBJECT "FOREIGN LANGUAGE" IN STATE STANDARDS OF SECONDARY GENERAL EDUCATION OF THE FIRST AND SECOND GENERATIONS
Burtseva El'vira Vital'evna, Ovchinnikova Marina Fedorovna
169-173 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
THE BASIC AND ACCOMPANYING TASKS OF TEACHING WRITTEN SPEECH IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN VARIOUS TARGET AUDIENCES
Avkhacheva Irina Andreevna
165-169 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 3.
CONTINUITY IN THE FORMATION OF ESTHETIC VALUES AMONG THE 6-7 YEARS OLD CHILDREN IN THE ADDITIONAL EDUCATION SYSTEM
Shepeleva Svetlana Nikolaevna
210-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 2.
THE METHODOLOGY OF THE FORMATION OF A FOREIGN-LANGUAGE SPEECH LEXICAL COMPETENCE ON THE BASIS OF AN EXTERNAL INFORMATIONAL FOUNDATION
Chainikova Galina Raskatovna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 2.
THE ORGANIZATIONAL AND PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE SPEECH COMPETENCE AMONG THE STUDENTS OF A TECHNICAL INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION DURING AN EXTRACURRICULAR WORK (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE OLYMPIAD)
Trofimova Svetlana Pavlovna, Kuznetsov Igor’ Aleksandrovich
205-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 2.
THE TRAJECTORY OF A STUDENTS’ SCIENTIFIC WORK
Lizunova Nina Mikhailovna, Obukhova Larisa Yur'evna
203-205 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 2.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF COLLOCATION COMPETENCE AS ONE OF THE PROBLEMS OF COMBINATORIAL LINGUODIDACTICS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE)
Kravchenko Oksana Viktorovna
200-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 2.
MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES AND THEIR ROLE IN THE CONTINUING EDUCATION
Gulaya Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Romanova Svetlana Anatol'evna
197-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 2.
STUDENTS’ ENGLISH CLUB AS AN INNOVATIVE STRUCTURE IN THE SYSTEM OF ADDITIONAL LINGUISTIC EDUCATION
Godina Anna Borisovna
193-196 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 2.
SOME METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF FUTURE ENGINEERS’ ECOLOGICAL TRAINING
Bushueva Valentina Viktorovna, Bushuev Nikolaj Nikolaevich
189-193 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 2.
DEVELOPING FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF THE MODERN TECHNICAL HIGHER SCHOOL TEACHER BY THE ADVANCED TRAINING PROGRAMMES
Azbukina Elena Yur'evna, Frantsuzskaya Evgeniya Olegovna
186-189 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 2.
DEVELOPING THE STUDENTS’ RESEARCH COMPETENCES UNDER FORMATION OF THE MODERN EDUCATION MODEL
Tatarenkova Nataliya Andreevna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
TEACHING STUDENTS THE REALIA PECULIARITIES AND THEIR TRANSLATION FROM GERMAN INTO RUSSIAN
Suslova Larisa Viktorovna
206-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
THE CHOICE OF METHOD OF TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN A NON-LINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Pologikh Ekaterina Sergeevna, Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich
203-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
THE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES DURING THE FORMATION OF DIALOGIC SPEECH SKILLS IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Nazarova Gul'nara Il'surovna, Nizamieva Liliya Rafkhatovna
201-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
RUSSIAN VOCABULARY TEACHING IN DAGESTAN SCHOOLS
Magomed-Kasumov Grozbek Magomedrasulovich, Selimova Zukhrekhalum Omarovna
198-200 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
TYPICAL MISTAKES MADE BY THE STUDENTS OF THE NATIONAL RESEARCH TOMSK POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY WHILE PERFORMING THE TASK "ESSAY" OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXAM "FIRST CERTIFICATE IN ENGLISH"
Kabrysheva Oksana Pavlovna, Smirnova Ul'yana Aleksandrovna
194-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
A MODERN EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE: THE REFLECTION OF A BALANCED APPROACH WHEN TEACHING AN INTENSIVE SHORT-TERM COURSE
Il'in Denis Nikolaevich, Savchenkova Irina Nikolaevna
191-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
THE PRINCIPLES OF UNIVERSAL DESIGN AS A FOUNDATION FOR THE FORMATION OF DESIGNERS’ PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES
Davydova Evgeniya Mikhailovna, Radchenko Valeriya Yur'evna, Radchenko Oleg Sergeevich
186-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
USING NETWORK CASE ON MOODLE PLATFORM IN TEACHER TRAINING COURSES
Goncharova Tat'yana Vladimirovna
182-185 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
TEACHING THE ANALYSIS OF A METAPHOR IN A LITERARY TEXT TO POSTGRADUATES-LAWYERS AT THE LESSONS OF ENGLISH
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
179-182 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
JURAL VOCABULARY IN THE CLASSES OF ENGLISH AT A LINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Bezuglova Ol'ga Andreevna, Kuznetsova Anastasiya Aleksandrovna
177-179 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4. Part 1.
TACTICS OF ACTION OF POLICE OFFICERS GROUP IN THE PROCESS OF PREMISES INSPECTION IN LOW LIGHT CONDITIONS
Pavlov Igor' Mikhailovich
87-89 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 4.
DISSEMINATION OF INNOVATIVE PRACTICES THAT BUILD KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS OF CHILDREN’ SAFE BEHAVIOR ON THE ROAD BY A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION IN THE ROSTOV REGION
Shcherbakov Igor’ Nikolaevich
54-58 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PRESCHOOLERS’ LOGICAL THINKING IN THE PROCESS OF FORMATION OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS ON THE BASIS OF PROBLEM SITUATIONS
Kharitonova Natal’ya Gennad’evna
52-54 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SYSTEM-ACTIVITY APPROACH IN THE ORGANIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL WORK IN NAVAL UNIVERSITY
Tolstova Larisa Nikolaevna
49-52 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN
Stepanova Mariya Vladimirovna
46-49 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
THE FORMATION OF SPECIALIST’ INFORMATION CULTURE IN CONTINUING EDUCATION SYSTEM
Sidorova Inna Vladimirovna, Sidorova Alina Dmitrievna
44-46 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
COMPUTER TESTING IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING ENGINEERING SPECIALTIES: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
Morozova Marina Alekseevna
41-44 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS OF NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER SCHOOLS
Elovskaya Svetlana Vladimirovna
38-40 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
FEATURES OF ORTHODOX EDUCATION IN THE PEASANT FAMILIES IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE XIX - EARLY XX CENTURY
Denisova Ruteniya Robertovna, Vlasova Larisa Vyacheslavovna
34-38 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
METHODS TO PERFORM GRAPHIC IMAGE TASKS IN THE ENGINEERING GRAPHICS COURSE
Goryachkina Aleksandra Yur'evna, Murashkina Tat'yana Ivanovna, Surkova Nina Grigor'evna
33-36 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 4.
THE TEXT IN THE FOCUS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION
Goncharova Natal’ya Aleksandrovna, Kretinina Galina Vyacheslavovna
31-34 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
TEACHING SPOKEN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN THE DIRECTION OF SPATIAL-TEMPORAL APPROACH
Goncharova Natal’ya Aleksandrovna, Kretinina Galina Vyacheslavovna
27-30 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
THE MAIN APPROACHES TO THE EDUCATION OF PATRIOTIC FEELINGS AMONG ADOLESCENTS
Vasil’eva Yuliya Viktorovna
24-26 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
"INCLUSIVE EDUCATION" CONCEPT FORMATION IN FOREIGN PEDAGOGY IN THE CONTEXT OF INCLUSION DEVELOPMENT
Bliznyuk Ol’ga Aleksandrovna
20-24 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
ON THE QUESTION OF THE CREATION OF COMPETITIVE HIGHER EDUCATION
Belyakova Svetlana Valer’evna
18-20 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MODULAR TECHNOLOGY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING FOR TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF MODULAR PROGRAMME "ENGLISH FOR STUDENTS OF AUTOMOTIVE DEPARTMENT")
Bagateeva Angelina Olegovna
16-17 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
THEATRICAL TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING ENGLISH AT THE PRIMARY STAGE
Achkasova Natal’ya Nikolaevna
11-15 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
EXPERIENCE OF COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH IMPLEMENTATION IN TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: ACTUALIZATION PARADIGM OF A RUSSIAN SENTENCE-UTTERANCE IN COMPARISON WITH THE LANGUAGE OF ANALYTICAL TYPE
Akimova Inga Igorevna
6-11 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 4.
ON PROBLEM OF SCENIC AGITATION IN VOCAL PERFORMANCE
Jiang Cheng
50-52 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
TEACHERS’ ABILITY TOWARDS ORGANIZATIONAL AND MANAGERIAL ACTIVITIES AT THE LESSONS AS THE GUARANTEE OF THE FORMATION OF LEARNERS’ FOREIGN COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE
Usacheva Ol'ga Viktorovna
48-50 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
MODEL OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND METHODOLOGICAL SUPPORT OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY AT MUNICIPAL LEVEL (BY THE EXAMPLE OF MUNICIPAL PUBLIC INSTITUTION "INFORMATION AND METHODOLOGICAL CENTER FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION")
Trushnikov Denis Yur'evich, Dolgikh Iraida Mikhailovna
39-47 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
THE PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRONIC EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE CONSTRUCTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH LEARNER’S COGNITIVE PECULIARITIES
Solov'eva Valentina Aleksandrovna
37-39 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
ISSUES OF NATIVE EDUCATION FORMATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF TAMBOV REGION)
Sidorova Inna Vladimirovna
35-37 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
BUSINESS GAMES AS ACTIVE METHOD OF TEACHING THE DISCIPLINE "INTERNAL DISEASES" TO MEDICAL STUDENTS OF SENIOR COURSES
Sergeeva Viktoriya Alekseevna
32-35 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
ON RELATIONSHIP OF PARENTS AND TEACHER: PARITY OR PRIORITY
Sanina Irina Alekseevna
29-32 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
EDUCATIONAL AGRO-ECOLOGICAL TOURISM ORGANISATION IN RURAL SCHOOL
Petrishcheva Lyubov' Petrovna, Skripnikova Marina Konstantinovna, Popova Ekaterina Evgen'evna
27-29 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE FORMATION IN THE CONTEXT OF DIALOGUE OF CULTURES
Mutovkina Ol'ga Mikhailovna
23-26 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
SOME ISSUES OF CONTEMPORARY STATE OF BALL DANCING
Matveev Valerii Valentinovich
20-22 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
TECHNOLOGY DESIGNING OF SPEECH COMPETENCE FORMATION OF STUDENTS OF NON-PHILOLOGICAL SPECIALTIES
Manaenkova Marina Petrovna
17-20 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
ECOLOGICAL PROJECTS OF LEARNERS AS METHOD OF PHYSICAL WORLDVIEW FORMATION
Maiorova Natal'ya Sergeevna, Khromova Larisa Anatol'evna, Belova Tat'yana Vladimirovna
15-17 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
METHODOLOGY OF INTERDISCIPLINARY FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION
Elovskaya Svetlana Vladimirovna
12-14 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
MULTILINGUALISM AND TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES: MODERN CONTEXT OF PROBLEM
Gural' Svetlana Konstantinovna, Koneva Ekaterina Viktorovna, Polyakov Oleg Gennadievich
9-12 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
ON TRAINING PEDAGOGICAL STAFF IN HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT UNDER CONDITIONS OF EDUCATION MODERNIZATION
Grishaeva Yuliya Mikhailovna
6-9 Pedagogy. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 3.
SONG TRADITIONS AS A SOURCE OF THE COGNITIVE ACTIVITY DEVELOPMENT AMONG THE CHILDREN OF MIDDLE SCHOOL AGE
Shcheglova Marianna Vladimirovna
211-214 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 2.
USING VIDEO MATERIALS AT THE LESSONS OF GENERAL ENGLISH AND ENGLISH FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES (INTERNET RESOURCES REVIEW)
Puzatykh Aleksandr Nikolaevich
208-211 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 2.
THE WORK WITH LINGUOCULTUROLOGICAL AND ARTISTIC CONCEPTS AT THE LITERATURE LESSON AS A MEANS FOR SPIRITUAL AND MORAL EDUCATION OF A PERSONALITY
Nesnova Tamara Aleksandrovna
205-208 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 2.
THE PECULIARITIES OF CORRECTIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL WORK WITH INMATES OF A CHILDREN'S HOME
Neretina Tat'yana Gennad'evna, Ovsyannikova Elena Aleksandrovna, Klevesenkova Svetlana Viktorovna, Kamysheva Oksana Valer'evna
202-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 2.
PATRIOTISM IN THE AXIOLOGICAL SPHERE OF CIVIL IDENTITY
Korneeva Natal'ya Yur'evna
199-202 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 2.
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE IN THE PROGRAM OF TRANSLATORS’ TRAINING
Kamaidanova Nadezhda Afanas'evna, Zamaraeva Galina Nikolaevna
197-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 2.
THE FORMATION OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCES IN THE BUSINESS CONTEXT AMONG THE STUDENTS OF AN INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION: THE EXPERIENCE OF PREPARATION TO GET AN INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATION
Dudina Irina Anatol'evna, Grigor'eva Elena Gennadievna
194-196 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 2.
THE RUSSIAN FOLK EPIC IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Grakhova Svetlana Ivanovna, Guseva Tat'yana Anatol'evna, Bazueva Irina Aleksandrovna
191-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 2.
TOPONYMS AS THE RESOURCE FOR THE FORMATION OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE OF PUPILS AT THE LESSONS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Goncharova Viktoriya Anatol'evna, Petrochenko Kseniya Anatol'evna
189-191 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 2.
NEW APPROACHES TO TEACHING IN THE SPHERE OF GENERAL EDUCATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF INFORMATION SOCIETY
Gerkina Natal' Valer'evna, Nurkhamitov Marsel' Radikovich
185-188 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 2.
THE PROBLEM OF CORRELATION OF THE NOTIONS "LANGUAGE EDUCATION" AND "LANGUAGE TRAINING" IN THE NATIONAL HIGHER SCHOOL
Flerov Oleg Vladislavovich
216-218 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 1.
THE CONTRASTIVE DESCRIPTION OF RUSSIAN AND THAI COMMUNICATIVE BEHAVIOR (ON THE BASIS OF THE RESULTS OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY)
Fedotova Nina Leonidovna, Sakornnoi Katika
214-216 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 1.
USING NEWS TEXTS TO FORM THE POLITICAL COMPETENCE OF A FUTURE TRANSLATOR
Soboleva Ol'ga Valer'evna
210-213 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 1.
THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL MECHANISMS IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE LISTENING COMPREHENSION
Morozov Dmitrii Leonidovich, Krupnova Nataliya Aleksandrovna
207-210 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 1.
ON THE COMMUNICATIVE ACTIVITY OF STUDENTS IN THE PROCESS OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING IN THE INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Kornilova Lyudmila Ivanovna, Mikhailina Oksana Nikolaevna
205-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 1.
THE PECULIAIRITIES OF DISTANCE LEARNING OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN A NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Kameneva Nataliya Aleksandrovna
201-204 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 1.
STRUCTURE OF THE CONCEPT "FOREIGN LANGUAGE ACADEMIC COMPETENCE" THROUGH THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRANSLATION COMPETENCE
Demidova Ol'ga Mikhailovna
198-201 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 3. Part 1.
THE NOTION OF INITIATIVE IN FOREIGN-LANGUAGE ORAL SPEECH AND THE PROBLEM OF ITS PURPOSEFUL DEVELOPMENT IN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
Slobodchikova Svetlana Ivanovna
106-109 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 3.
TEACHING WITH THE INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD "TRIUMPH BOARD 78" MULTI TOUCH"
Kadeeva Oksana Evgen'evna, Koveshnikov Evgenii Valerievich
46-48 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 3.
INNOVATIONS IN PRESCHOOL EDUCATION OF KAZAKHSTAN
Darkulova Kulyash Nuradinovna, Masalieva Zhanar Amalbaevna
41-43 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 3.
GRAPHIC DISCIPLINES DURING THE LAST YEARS OF STUDY AT A TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Guznenkov Vladimir Nikolaevich, Yakunin Vyacheslav Ivanovich, Zhurbenko Pavel Aleksandrovich
38-41 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 3.
METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING THE SECTION "PROJECTION DRAWING" OF THE ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE "ENGINEERING GRAPHICS"
Goryachkina Aleksandra Yur'evna, Ivanova Natal'ya Sergeevna, Murashkina Tat'yana Ivanovna, Surkova Nina Grigor'evna
34-38 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 3.
ON MODULATION IMPROVISATION FORM AT HARMONY LESSONS
Shaposhnikova Yuliya Vladimirovna, Tikhonova Oksana Viktorovna, Polekh Ivan Vladimirovich
207-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
APPLYING "CASE-STUDY" METHOD IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS-LAWYERS OF A NON-LINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Khramova Yuliya Nikolaevna, Khairullin Restyam Davletbaevich
204-207 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
THE MODEL OF MAKING EXERCISES OF IDENTIFICATION AND INTERPRETATION OF META-MEANING OF EVASIVE ANSWERS AT THE LESSONS OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AS A FOREIGN ONE
Tolstova Natal'ya Nikolaevna
199-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
META-DISCIPLINARY APPROACH IN THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF A FUTURE TEACHER
Pupysheva Evgeniya Leonidovna
196-199 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
THE PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF COGNITIVE GRAMMAR WHILE LEARNING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ANALYSIS OF THE CONSTRUCTIONS WITH THE VERB BE
Prikhodchenko Petr Ivanovich
193-196 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
LINGUOCULTURAL COMPETENCE OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER IN THE CONTEXT OF REALIZATION OF REQUIREMENTS OF THE FEDERAL STATE EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS
Miroshnikova Ol'ga Khrist'evna
191-192 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
THE CONTENT AND STRUCTURE OF INTRODUCTORY-PHONETIC COURSE OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE USING PHONETIC GAMES (FOR CHINESE STUDENTS)
Kasatkina Aleksandra Yur'evna
187-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
LINGUO-CULTUROLOGICAL COMPETENCY AS A COMPONENT OF PROFESSIONALISM OF A TEACHER-PHILOLOGIST
Kartavaya Yuliya Konstantinovna
185-187 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING USING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES AT A NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER SCHOOL
Gulaya Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Romanova Svetlana Anatol'evna
181-184 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
SPECIFICITY OF USING TANDEM-METHOD TO FORM STUDENTS’ CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE
Voloshko Mariya Olegovna
178-181 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
LINGUODIDACTIC ASPECTS OF TEACHING READING AT VARIOUS STAGES OF LEARNING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AS A FOREIGN ONE
Beretskaya Elena Aleksandrovna
176-178 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
EXPERIENCE OF USING INTERACTIVE FORMS OF TRAINING WHILE TEACHING THE DISCIPLINE "CRIMINALISTICS"
Belov Oleg Aleksandrovich
173-175 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
LOGICAL AND SEMANTIC COHESION OF A POPULAR-SCIENCE TEXT AS A SUBJECT OF STUDY FOR THE STUDENTS OF MAGISTRACY IN CLASSES OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Belkina Elena Pavlovna
170-173 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 2.
THE ORGANIZATION OF INDEPENDENT WORK ON A FOREIGN LANGUAGE OF THE STUDENTS - FUTURE ARCHITECTS
Yakubovskaya Anna Anatol'evna
209-212 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 1.
THE MODELING OF THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPMENT OF ADOLESCENTS’ SPIRITUAL-MORAL QUALITIES BY MEANS OF ETHNO-PEDAGOGICAL RESOURCES OF ADDITIONAL MUSICAL EDUCATION
Yablokova Nadezhda Vladimirovna
206-209 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 1.
GRAMMATICAL DIFFICULTIES AT THE INITIAL STAGE OF TEACHING SPANISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE AT THE LINGUISTIC FACULTY
Shchelyvanova Liliya Gil'mutdinovna, Mart?nez Iria
203-206 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 1.
THE CONDITIONS OF FORMATION OF THE ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION FOUNDATIONS OF THE STUDENTS OF A NON-LINGUISTIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Kornilova Lyudmila Ivanovna, Abramova Mariya Vyacheslavna
200-203 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 1.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF THE FUTURE ENGINEER IN THE SPHERE OF RESEARCH ACTIVITY BY MEANS OF THE PROJECT WORK
Kovaleva Yuliya Yur'evna
197-200 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 1.
EXERCISES ON MANUAL INTERPRETATION IN THE PRACTICE OF WRITTEN TRANSLATION
Kinderknekht Anna Sergeevna
194-197 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 1.
ON THE DIALECTICAL UNITY OF THE GUIDED AND INDEPENDENT WORK OF STUDENTS IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT
Efanova Lyudmila Dmitrievna
191-194 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 1.
INTERLANGUAGE INTERFERENCE IN RUSSIAN SPEECH OF TURKISH STUDENTS
Dzhankhotova Zaurizat Khasanovna, Gorbulinskaya Elena Ivanovna, Kokova Emma Ladinovna
186-190 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 1.
THE ALGORITHM OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE FORMATION IN THE BILINGUAL ENVIRONMENT ON THE BASIS OF THE TANDEM-METHOD
Voloshko Mariya Olegovna
184-186 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 1.
STRATEGIES OF MEMORIZING NEW LEXICAL UNITS WHILE LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE FROM THE POSITION OF NEURO-LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING
Avedova Renata Petrovna
181-183 Philology. Theory & Practice
2016. № 2. Part 1.
FOREIGN-LANGUAGE EDUCATION CONFORMABLE TO CULTURE
Yurina Tat'yana Nikolaevna, Vol'f Dar'ya Vladimirovna
152-154 Almanac of Modern Science and Education
2016. № 2.