Practices of Submersion Education and Readiness of Teachers to Teach in a Culturally Diverse Classroom on the case of Georgia

  • Author : "Elene (Lena) Jajanidze"
  • Topic : "Classroom environment, Multilingual, Expectations, Different language, Intercultural sensitivity"
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2022.20001
  • received : 30.01.2022
  • revised: 28.03.2022
  • accepted : 29.06.2022
  • Pages : 1-13
  • Abstract : In this article will be introduced the teaching practice and challenges of one of the most popular education programs in Georgia, the Submersion Bilingual Program. The practice of submersion bilingual education includes the learning and teaching process..
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Bilingualism as an independent variable in the education of national minorities in the example of Slovakian national minority in Vojvodina

  • Author : "Ruženka Šimonji Černak Mila Beljanski"
  • Topic : "autochthonous minority, bilingualism, education, Slovak, Serbia"
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2022.20002
  • received : 10.02.2022
  • revised: 12.03.2022
  • accepted : 26.05.2022
  • Pages : 14-35
  • Abstract : The Slovakian people in Vojvodina are an autochthonous minority with command of both Slovakian and Serbian language. The Constitution of the Republic of Serbia enables them to receive education in their mother tongue. The task of this paper is to analys
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Linguistic Peculiarities of Bullying in Georgian and American School Discourse

  • Author : "Roland Shavadze, Irine Goshkheteliani, Madona Mikeladze"
  • Topic : "bullying, aggressors, victims, school discourse."
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2022.200012
  • received : 17.02.2022
  • revised: 22.03.2022
  • accepted : 25.05.2022
  • Pages : 36-44
  • Abstract : Many scholars have investigated bullying as a social problem in educational institutions. However, just a few scientific works are available attempting to offer the analysis of the linguistic peculiarities related to bullying in school discourse. Since
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A Psycholinguistic Study of Codeswitching: Data from Burundian Multilingual Adult Speakers

  • Author : "Dominique Savio Nsengiyumva"
  • Topic : "codeswitching, adult multilingual speakers, psycholinguistic study, language competence, multilingual education"
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2022.20004
  • received : 03.02.2022
  • revised: 04.04.2022
  • accepted : 02.06.2022
  • Pages : 45-64
  • Abstract : Codeswitching (CS) is an unavoidable linguistic phenomenon amongst multilingual speakers. Whereas CS has mainly been studied in a sociolinguistic and structural perspective, this article has studied this phenomenon in a psycholinguistic perspective base
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New Approach towards the EU Studies in Georgia

  • Author : "Ekaterine Kardava"
  • Topic : "European integration, Curriculum, Teaching Methods"
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2022.20005
  • received : 11.02.2022
  • revised: 23.03.3033
  • accepted : 17.06.2022
  • Pages : 65-72
  • Abstract : The issue of the EU Studies development in Georgia is highly actual and important considering the fact that during the last 30 years’ path of European integration, the people of Georgia have not lost their faith and hope honorably to find a place in the E
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Onomastic Material in the Proverbs of Kartvelian Languages: Marking and Generalization

  • Author : "Giorgi Jgharkava"
  • Topic : "Paremiology; Proverb; Culturology; Onomastics; Kartvelian languages."
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2022.20006
  • received : 02.03.2022
  • revised: 06.05.2022
  • accepted : 16.06.2022
  • Pages : 73-80
  • Abstract : Analysis of the vocabulary of proverbs and identification of the existing thematic fields is extremely important, because the lexical fund of paremic units is very close to everyday speech. Due to the social nature of proverbs, the form and content of a c
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Political Engagement of the Russian Speakers in Finland

  • Author : "Ekaterina Protassova"
  • Topic : "Russian-speaking diaspora, immigrants in Finland, bilingual and bicultural identities, TV and FB discussions, immigrant participation in elections, Russian war in Ukraine"
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2022.20007
  • received : 10.02.2022
  • revised: 12.04.2022
  • accepted : 20.05.2022
  • Pages : 81-98
  • Abstract : Russian-speaking immigrants in Finland, like many other immigrants in the world, are reluctant to express their opinions on politics. They do not consider themselves competent enough to have the right to make a judgment in a situation in which they have n
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Silence as Message (Gender-related aspects of communicative competence)

  • Author : "Tamar Guchua"
  • Topic : "Silence, Speech Event, Gender Asymmetries, Communicative Competence."
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2022.20008
  • received : 17.01.2022
  • revised: 11.03.2022
  • accepted : 27.05.2022
  • Pages : 99-108
  • Abstract : The 1920s saw the emergence of interest in gender-related issues of communication in the scholarly literature. Descriptive analyses of various cultural and linguistic patterns highlighted that there are speech communities within which women undergo lingui
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Lingua-cultural Peculiarities of Tourism Discourse and the Perspective of its Teaching

  • Author : "Irine Goshkheteliani, Anna Kalandia"
  • Topic : "lingua-cultural peculiarities, teaching tourism discourse, tourism-related texts, borrowed words, terms of tourism, lacunas."
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2022.20009
  • received : 06.02.2022
  • revised: 06.04.2022
  • accepted : 26.05.2022
  • Pages : 109-130
  • Abstract : The article deals with the problem of lingua-cultural peculiarities of tourism discourse, contrastive analysis of English and Georgian tourism-related vocabulary and terminology, and outlook of teaching tourism discourse to students or people who are inte
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Development of Reading Ability in Childhood by the Example of Georgian Language

  • Author : "Maia Shavshishvili"
  • Topic : "Paremiology; Proverb; Culturology; Onomastics; Kartvelian languages."
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2021.200010
  • received : 27.01.2022
  • revised: 07.03.2022
  • accepted : 28.05.2022
  • Pages : 131-145
  • Abstract : Reading as a skill is divided into many subskills, which take almost entire early childhood to develop. Children go through stages of getting comprehension of phonemes and grammar structure until they can connect letters to sounds and read without problem
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Review: Larissa Aronin. An Advanced Guide to Multilingualism.

  • Author : "Ekaterina Protassova"
  • Topic : "Review"
  • Issue : 60
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2022.200011
  • received : 12.02.2022
  • revised: 11.04.2022
  • accepted : 23.05.2022
  • Pages : 146-148
  • Abstract : With this textbook by Larissa Aronin, those who prepare a course on multilingualism do not need to search for other sources, because it is comprehensive, concise, and up to date. In the modern world, full of minorities, refugees and migrants, it should be
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