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SOURCE:    Pedagogy. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2020. № 5. P. 713-718.
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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
Moscow State Institute of Physical Culture, Sport and Tourism named after Yu. A. Senkevich; Moscow State Linguistic University

Moscow State Linguistic University

Submitted: 31.07.2020
Abstract. The paper aims to justify efficiency of using the educational business game "The Russian Cultural Code" when forming students’ crosscultural professional competence. The article analyses theoretical sources on the problem, describes the stages of a pedagogical experiment. Scientific originality of the study lies in the fact that the theme of the Russian cultural code is for the first time used as a basis of the business game aimed to raise efficiency of teaching professional English to future PR specialists. The findings indicate that the business game on this issue allows introducing the interdisciplinary approach to teaching, ensuring its professional orientation.
Key words and phrases: учебная деловая игра, обучение английскому языку, специалисты по связям с общественностью, межкультурная компетенция, профессионально ориентированный контекст, educational business game, teaching English, PR specialists, crosscultural competence, professionally oriented context
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