Textbooks for Minority Schools of Georgia; Problems and Challenges

  • Author : "Shalva Tabatadze; Georgia"
  • Topic : "Multilingualism, Minority Education; Textbooks"
  • Issue : 28
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.5001
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  • Pages : 1-12; Volume #5
  • Abstract : This article explores research results on challenges and problems of schools textbooks for non-Georgian schools in Georgia. The desk research and focus group discussions research methods were utilized in the study. The research revealed interesting patter
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PECULIARITIES OF COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF E.SENON-THOMPSON’S SHORT-STORY «ARNAUX, THE CHRONICLE OF A HOUSING PIGEON» AND ITS RUSSIAN TRANSLATION BY М. CHUKOVSKY

  • Author : "Maryna Vilkova; Ukraine"
  • Topic : "animal short-story, comparative analysis, translation technique, transformation"
  • Issue : 28
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.5002
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  • Pages : 13-23; Volume #5
  • Abstract : The article is devoted to structural, lexical and stylistic peculiarities as well as national English-Canadian peculiarities of E.Seton-Thompson’s animal short-story «Arnaux, the chronicle of a Housing Pigeon» and its translation into Russian by М.К.Chu
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Teaching Religion in Public Schools of Georgia

  • Author : "Elene Jajanidze; Georgia"
  • Topic : "Teaching religion; Multiculturalism; Education systems"
  • Issue : 28
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.5003
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  • Pages : 24-41; Volume #5
  • Abstract : This article explores the issue of teaching religion in public schools of Georgia. The experience of teaching religion in varios states is reviewed in the first part of the article. The second part describes the research evidence on positive effects of te
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AN EXTENSION OF THE POETIC TEXT COMPREHENSION THROUGH COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ITS MULTILINGUAL TRANSLATION VARIANTS

  • Author : "Viktoriia Iashkina; Ukraine"
  • Topic : "multilingual translations, poetry, poetic speech, instrumentation, sound symbolism."
  • Issue : 28
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.5004
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  • Pages : 42-49; Volume #5
  • Abstract : Sound instrumentation of poetic speech as one of the drivers producing direct influence on the emersion and genesis of sound symbolism in the tissue of poetic texts has always been, and remains a subject of vivid scientific interest and polemics among lin
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TRANSLATION TRANSFORMATIONS IN MULTILINGUAL EDUCATIONAL DISCOURSE (on the material of German, English, Russian and Ukrainian)

  • Author : "Liudmyla Glukhova; Ukraine"
  • Topic : "educational management, educational discourse, translation transformation, source language, target language."
  • Issue : 28
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.5005
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  • Pages : 49-60; Volume #5
  • Abstract : The article deals with peculiarities of translation transformations in modern multilingual educational discourse on the material of four languages: German, English, Russian and Ukrainian. Theoretical part of the research deals with definition of such noti
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Modality in Georgian: Methods of Teaching and Strategies for Foreign Speakers

  • Author : "Nino Sharashenidze"
  • Topic : "Modality, modal meaning, semantic analysis of a sentence."
  • Issue : 28
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.5006
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  • Pages : 61-74; Volume #5
  • Abstract : Modality is a semantic category which, in many languages, is rendered by polysemantic and polyfunctional forms. This means that one and the same modal form may express different modal meanings when used in different contexts and combined with different ve
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