TBL (Task-Based Learning) approach and multilingual environment

  • Author : "Tsisana Giguashvili"
  • Topic : "Task. Method. Phrasal verbs"
  • Issue : 37
  • DOI :
  • received : 03.10.2017
  • revised: 03.11.2017
  • accepted : 21.03.2018
  • Pages : 1-7
  • Abstract : For the last few years multilingual education has become very popular in Georgia. Multilingual classes consisting of Georgian and Azeri or Armenian, or both students have become common at Tbilisi State University. The paper aims at studying the emerged
  • Download : GIGUASHVILI.pdf


Subtitling of films as a potential tool in learning Greek as a second or as a foreign language

  • Author : "Georgia Dimopoulou"
  • Topic : "Learning of the Greek language; teaching practice of subtitling films."
  • Issue : 37
  • DOI :
  • received : 01.10.2017
  • revised: 30.10.2017
  • accepted : 28.12.2017
  • Pages : 8-17
  • Abstract : Students’ motivation and interest for more engagement in learning is desired for each educator. In recent years, with the development of digital technology, "filming" is one of the instruments that can be easily used in various educational contexts and mu
  • Download : 2.-Georgia-Dimopoulou.pdf


Why do I Consider Teaching to Be an Art?

  • Author : "Maia Alavidze"
  • Topic : "motivation, communicative language teaching, presentation, accuracy, fluency."
  • Issue : 37
  • DOI :
  • received : 03.10.2017
  • revised: 01.11. 2017
  • accepted : 25.12.2017
  • Pages : 18-29
  • Abstract : In a teaching/learning environment, it is important to assist a learner to develop self-confidence, enjoy his/her own progress and succeed in the field. Effective teaching should be process- and not result-oriented, for this, teaching strategies are essen
  • Download : 3.-maia-alavidze.pdf


Advantages of not Knowing your Students’ Language: A Case Study of a Multilingual Group of English Language Learners

  • Author : "Nino Nijaradze, Natia Zviadadze"
  • Topic : "multilingual class, ELT, communication strategies, target language."
  • Issue : 37
  • DOI :
  • received : 29.09.2017
  • revised: 04.11.2017
  • accepted : 26.12.2017
  • Pages : 30-42
  • Abstract : The paper describes a case study carried out at Akaki Tsereteli State University, Georgia and aiming to identify characteristics of the language teaching process in a class where a teacher and students have no common language apart from the target languag
  • Download : 4.-Nino-Nijaradze.pdf


The significance of multilingual education in the context of integration of minorities into society

  • Author : "Kakha Gabunia"
  • Topic : "Multilingual education; CLIL, Georgian Educational System"
  • Issue : 37
  • DOI :
  • received : 03.10.2017
  • revised: 02.11.2017
  • accepted : 22.12.2017
  • Pages : 43--51
  • Abstract : In the densely inhabited regions of Georgia there ae still issues to be solved regarding learning and teaching of the State language. Despite a number of positive changes made by the Government in recent years, the degree of the command of Georgian in loc
  • Download : 5.-Kakha-Gabunia.pdf


Batumi Linguocultural Digital Archive (Contemporary Technological Achievements for the Database Arrangement of the Folklore Resources)

  • Author : "Manana Tandaschwili, R. Khalvashi, Kh. Beridze, M. Khakhutaishvili, N. Tsetskhladze"
  • Topic : "web technologies; Linguoculturalizm; Digital Archieve."
  • Issue : 37
  • DOI :
  • received : 04.10.2017
  • revised: 10.11.2017
  • accepted : 27.12.2017
  • Pages : 52-68
  • Abstract : The evolution of the new forms of the scientific communication and development of the web technologies and global networking gave the scholars an excellent opportunity to rapidly and effectively use academic digital resources, the number of which is const
  • Download : 6-tandashvili.pdf


On the Reinterpretation of the Terms Denoting Evidential Tenses in the Kartvelian Languages

  • Author : "Ramaz Kurdadze, Maia Lomia, Ketevan Margiani"
  • Topic : "Tenses, Screeves, Evidential Perfect, Evidential Imperfect"
  • Issue : 37
  • DOI :
  • received : 04.10.2017
  • revised: 01.11. 2017
  • accepted : 22.12.2017
  • Pages : 69-77
  • Abstract : In the Kartvelian (South Caucasian) languages Georgian, Megrelian, Laz and Svan, the tenses of Evidentiality are being attested, out of which a part is found in all four languages, whereas the second part was developed only in the non-written languages -
  • Download : 7.-Kurdadze.pdf


Date