Learner Corpora and Their Potential for Multilingual Teaching

  • Author : "Anastasia Kamarauli, Mariam Kamarauli, Zakharia Pourtskhvandze; Germany"
  • Topic : "Learner Corpus, Multilingual Teaching"
  • Issue : 29
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.6001
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  • Pages : 1-11; Volume # 6
  • Abstract : This article primarily deals with building and using a type of language corpus - the learner corpus - for multilingual teaching. It describes all relevant aspects of the con-ceptualization, motivation and construction of learner corpora including the case
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Multilingually and multiculturally oriented Master’s curriculum: Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University experience

  • Author : "Iryna Popova, Alla Anisimova, Iryna Bezrodnykh; Ukraine"
  • Topic : "Key words: multilingualism, multilingual education, curriculum, syllabi, competences, learning outcomes, specialization, cross-cultural communication."
  • Issue : 29
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.6002
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  • Pages : 12-25; Volume # 6
  • Abstract : The present article is aimed at showing Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University (DNU) experience in developing multilingually and multiculturally oriented Master’s curriculum for the speciality “Language and Literature (English)” with specializati
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Cognizable or yet not discovered Generation Z: viewpoint of comprehensive school teachers (case of Lithuania)

  • Author : "Vilija Targamadzė. Raimonda Minkutė-Henrickson; Lithuania"
  • Topic : "Key words: Generation Z; features of Generation Z; comprehensive school; teachers’ insights"
  • Issue : 29
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.6003
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  • Pages : 26-36; Volume # 6
  • Abstract : The aim of the article is to identify essential features of Generation Z, which are indicated by teachers of Lithuanian comprehensive schools.Research object is features of Generation Z by teachers’ approach. The novelty of this article: features of Gene
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Developing Intercultural Competence in Students - Philologists through Literature

  • Author : "Lilia Teterina; Ukraine"
  • Topic : "Keywords: intercultural literacy, intercultural competence target culture, intercultural skills."
  • Issue : 29
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.6004
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  • Pages : 37-45; Volume # 6
  • Abstract : The focus of attention in this article is exploration of cultural messages conveyed by literary texts which are used as instruments for raising cultural awareness of students-philologists. The goal of this work is to demonstrate the actual intercultural p
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Kartvelian vocabulary as an intangible cultural heritage and Georgian-Megrelian-Laz-Svan-English dictionary

  • Author : "Ramaz Kurdadze, Georgia"
  • Topic : "Kartvelian, vocabulary, cultural heritage, dictionary"
  • Issue : 29
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.6005
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  • Pages : 46-54; Volume # 6
  • Abstract : The given paper discusses the significance of Kartvelian languages (Georgian, Megrelian, Laz, Svan) from the point of view of the intangible cultural heritage. It states, that Kartvelian vocabulary similarly to the general vocabulary depicts the life, his
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Teaching strategies of second language writing component according to Georgian language data

  • Author : "Giuli Shabashvili; Georgia"
  • Topic : "teaching second language; writing strategies; planning lessons."
  • Issue : 29
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2015.6006
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  • Pages : 55-79; Volume # 6
  • Abstract : Teaching/learning of writing component is one of the challenging issues in the process of second language acquisition. It is well known that, when you are teaching/learning writing component cognitive and meta cognitive processes are stimulated which me
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