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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 7. Part 2. P. 209-212.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Pedagogical Sciences
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THE INTERDISCIPLINARY COOPERATION AS A MEANS OF REALIZATION OF INTEGRATED SUBJECT-LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN A HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT

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The article is retracted on the authors' request.


Khalyapina Lyudmila Petrovna, Kuznetsova Ol'ga Vital'evna
Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University


Abstract. In the article the analysis of the problem of integration of interdisciplinary relations in the system of higher professional education is carried out. The authors propose the innovative method of interdisciplinary projection within the framework of the professionally oriented foreign language teaching course. This method of teaching, based on the provisions of the methodology of integrated subject-language education, has been developed by the professors of three departments.
Key words and phrases: междисциплинарное проектирование, междисциплинарные связи, компьютерная обучающая среда, модульное обучение, лингводидактическая обучающая среда, интегрированное предметно-языковое обучение, interdisciplinary projection, interdisciplinary relations, computer education environment, modular education, linguodidactic education environment, integrated subject-language education.
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