Ural Federal University defined project-based learning as one of its core activities. The University centers on the multi-disciplinary projects, as the university graduates should be ready to implement projects, including international ones, in various spheres in collaboration with specialists from various subject areas. Therefore, a specialized textbook is required which could meet the learning goals and demands of the students, foreign language teachers, and managers of various educational programs. The authors carried out theoretical research of principles used to create a contemporary textbook. The principle of formation of competencies, awareness, and activity is identified as the core principle. The paper outlines the didactic requirements to a contemporary study guide, which include conformity of pedagogical process with the demands of modern life, training purposefulness, and focus on a student and motivation. The application of information and communication technologies in the educational process is specified as one of the essential requirements. The authors give a detailed description of “How to Master Scientific Skills in English” textbook designed for teaching foreign language for academic research. This study guide is aimed at formation and development of all types of speech activity (reading, speaking, writing, and listening comprehension) in a foreign language and academic research skills when implementing the project-based activity in various spheres. The results of the research include the assessment of the textbook both by the teachers and the students of the Engineering School of Information Technologies, Telecommunications and Control Systems of Ural Federal University.
|Título traducido de la contribución||METHODICAL SPECIFICS OF CONTEMPORARY TEXTBOOK IN THE DISCIPLINE “FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR ACADEMIC RESEARCH”|
|Número de páginas||6|
|Publicación||Вектор науки Тольяттинского государственного университета. Серия: Педагогика, психология|
|Estado||Published - 2019|
- 14.00.00 EDUCATION. PEDAGOGY
Level of Research Output
- VAK List