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ERIC Number: EJ1123912
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2015-Mar
Pages: 6
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: EISSN-2353-9518
Content Peculiarities of Bachelors' in English Language and Literature Training at Universities of Switzerland Confederation
Baranovska, Lilia; Zasluzhena, Alla
Comparative Professional Pedagogy, v5 n1 p46-51 Mar 2015
The article is devoted to the content-analysis of peculiarities of Bachelors' in the English language and literature training at Swiss universities. It has been revealed that domestic scientists have not paid special attention to this problem as the issues of future teachers' training and future foreign languages teachers' training in foreign universities, in particular in Germany, USA, Finland, Mexico, Great Britain, Hungary and Japan have been more studied. The study of curricula at Swiss universities under conditions of credit-modular organization of educational process, which affects the structure of the content, choice of forms and methods of teaching and assessing students' academic achievements has allowed us to conclude that the student learning is based on the multicultural, competent and communicative approaches. English language learning in the context of general linguistic picture of the world, its style and dialect importance is content particularity of this training. The communicative aspect of English study by Bachelors first appears in content acquirement of subjects "Exploring Sociolinguistics", "Sociophonetics". English is taught in the context of its understanding as a means of interaction under conditions of educational and cultural integration of the nations and a means of constructive polylogue in the country, that represents multicultural vector of bachelors' training in philology. The experience of Swiss universities can be adopted by native universities to create a multicultural and communicative personality of a future philologist.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
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Identifiers - Location: Switzerland
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