Framework for CLIL materials for Russian heritage language learners

  • Author : "Anna Savinykh"
  • Topic : "CLIL, heritage language, Russian, materials design, framework, pedagogical needs"
  • Issue : 58
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2021.18001
  • received : 10.09.2021
  • revised: 03.10.2021
  • accepted : 11.11.2021
  • Pages : 1-34
  • Abstract : The increasing number of immigrants made heritage language learning a crucial issue of 21-st century education. The neediness for an effective educational approach in this field leaded to CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning). CLIL materials a
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Some Important Factors Hindering the Civic Integration of Ethnic Minorities

  • Author : "Kakha Gabunia"
  • Topic : "Ethnic minorities, civic integration, stereotypes, State language."
  • Issue : 58
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2021.18002
  • received : 11.09.2021
  • revised: 11.10.2021
  • accepted : 11.11.2021
  • Pages : 35-48
  • Abstract : The purpose of this article is to compile and group the list of problems that hinder the integration of ethnic minorities in the political, economic and cultural life of the country, based on research conducted by various organizations over the past 10
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Rethinking Language Education policy in the Context of Multilingual/ Multicultural English

  • Author : "Aicha Rahal"
  • Topic : "Global English, language policy, gap, and multilingual policy."
  • Issue : 58
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2021.18003
  • received : 03.09.2021
  • revised: 04.10.2021
  • accepted : 22.11.2021
  • Pages : 49-53
  • Abstract : Globalization has brought about a phenomenal spread of English. This spread has led to the emergence of the newborn varieties which has created serious challenges to language teaching pedagogy and language education policy. Bangbose (2003) has clearly poi
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Invisible Traces of Islam in the Urban Space of Rustavi: Interpreting the Religious Diversity in Post-Soviet Georgia

  • Author : "Tea Kamushadze"
  • Topic : "Muslim community, public visibility, diversity, religious in urban space"
  • Issue : 58
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2021.18004
  • received : 10.09.2021
  • revised: 13.10.2021
  • accepted : 22.11.2021
  • Pages : 54-70
  • Abstract : The article discusses the revelation of the religiosity of the Azerbaijani community in the post-Socialist city of Rustavi and their visibility in the urban space. The subject of research is how their religiosity is expressed in the city space. The articl
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Linguistic Consciousness and Foreign Language Learning in Multilingual Education

  • Author : "Nataliia Safonova, Alla Anisimova"
  • Topic : "linguistic consciousness, foreign language teaching (FLT), multilingualism, social group, communicative competence."
  • Issue : 58
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2021.18005
  • received : 10.09.2021
  • revised: 13.10.2021
  • accepted : 11.11.2021
  • Pages : 71-83
  • Abstract : The article deals with the issues where linguistic consciousness as a sociolinguistic phenomenon is successfully revealed in FLT, namely, in problematic questions of language learning. It covers the description of linguistic consciousness and some aspects
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Narrative as a method of studying the speech characteristics of bilingual children (On the example of Georgian bilingual and Greek monolingual juniors)

  • Author : "Teona Beridze"
  • Topic : "narrative and its meaning; Narrative as a research method in bilingual and monolingual juniors; A study of children's narratives; Comparison of narratives during bilingualism."
  • Issue : 58
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2021.18006
  • received : 12.09.2021
  • revised: 12.10.2021
  • accepted : 11.11.2021
  • Pages : 84-92
  • Abstract : The present article: ?Narrative as a method of studying the speech characteristics of bilingual children (On the example of Georgian bilingual and Greek monolingual juniors)? aims to study the nature of narrative and to establish narrative skills in schoo
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Teaching Strategies of Georgian Colloquials and their integration in Georgian as SL Class

  • Author : "Ketevan Gochitashvili & Giuli Shabashvili"
  • Topic : "colloquial language, second language teaching, foreign language teaching, language teaching strategies, Georgian language teaching"
  • Issue : 58
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2021.18007
  • received : 11.09.2021
  • revised: 12.10.2021
  • accepted : 11.11.2021
  • Pages : 93-109
  • Abstract : In the process of learning a foreign/second language, students should learn spoken/colloquial language in addition to formal language. This is important for successful communication in a reallife situation. Spoken/informal language occupies a significant
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