Advanced Education

"Advanced Education" is peer-reviewed open access journal

Year of establishment: 2013

Scientific areas: psychological, pedagogical, methodological issues of higher education; modern methods of teaching Humanities and Social Sciences, ICT in education; general linguistics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, cognitive linguistics, discourse analysis, paralinguistics, emotiology, linguistic anthropology, corpus linguistics, intercultural communication and their applications in teaching native and non-native students.

ISSN 2410-8286 (Online), ISSN 2409-3351 (Print)

Certificate of state registration: № 20038-9838P HF

Indexed in: ESCI (Web of Science), Index Copernicus, DOAJ, CrossRef, WorldCat, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, SprintKnowledge, Google Scholar, BASE, OAJI, Cite Factor, UIF, I2OR, InfoBase Index.

Frequency: semi anually

Language of publication: English

Founder: National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute"

Editor in Chief: prof. Nina Ishchenko

Editorial address:

37, Peremohy Avenue, Office 727, Building 7,

Kyiv 03056 Ukraine

e-mail: ae.fl.kpi@gmail.com

tel.: +38 044 204 85 37

Website: http://ae.fl.kpi.ua

 

 


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2018: Issue 10

Table of Contents

Education

PRINCIPLED PRAGMATISM, OR WELL-GROUNDED ECLECTICISM: A NEW PARADIGM IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT UKRAINIAN TERTIARY SCHOOLS? PDF
Oleg Tarnopolsky 5-11
MODERN METHODS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR DEVELOPING PRE-SERVICE FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE TEACHERS’ METHODOLOGICAL COMPETENCE PDF
Nataliia Maiier, Olga Ustymenko 12-20
FUTURE PSYCHOLOGISTS EXPERIENCING THE CRISIS OF PROFESSIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION: FEATURES OF MOTIVATIONAL SPHERE PDF
Zlata Rzhevska-Shtefan 21-26
HUMANISTIC FOUNDATIONS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION: THEORY AND PRACTICE PDF
Svitlana Fedorenko 27-31
MULTIFACETED DIMENSIONS OF INTEGRATION IN TEACHING ENGLISH FOR NATURAL SCIENCES PDF
Volodymyr Sulym 32-39
COGNITIVE ASPECT OF LEARNING STYLE IN DIFFERENTIATED ESP INSTRUCTION FOR THE FUTURE IT SPECIALISTS PDF
Oksana Synekop 40-47
LEARNING THE LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION IN UKRAINE: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES PDF
Oksana Zabolotna, Natalia Gut 48-54
THE MODEL OF EXTRACURRICULAR WORK WITH STUDENTS OF ENGINEERING SPECIALTIES PDF
Valerii Vodovozov, Zoia Raud, Tetiana Detsiuk 55-61
DEVELOPMENT OF PRE-SERVICE FOREIGN LANGUAGES TEACHERS’ EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE BY MEANS OF REFLECTION PDF
Iryna Zadorozhna, Olha Datskiv, Nataliia Levchyk 62-68
TEACHING ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES TO ADULT LEARNERS AT UNIVERSITY: METHODS THAT WORK PDF
Iryna Lytovchenko, Olena Ogienko, Alina Sbruieva, Halyna Sotska 69-75
USING GOOGLE CLASSROOM TOOLS IN TEACHING STUDENTS OF ECONOMIC SPECIALITIES PDF
Oleksandr Stavytskyi, Marjan Urazgaliyeva 76-81
BILATERAL INTERPRETING COURSE IN BLENDED LEARNING: EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION PDF
Svitlana Kolomieets, Lyudmyla Guryeyeva 82-87
ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF HYBRID LEARNING AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL PDF
Tetiana Vereshchahina, Olesia Liashchenko, Serhij Babiy 88-97
RATIONALE FOR TRANSLATION PROJECT MANAGEMENT COURSE AS ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE PDF
Alla Perminova 98-104
GAMIFICATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION: EXPERIENCE OF POLAND AND UKRAINE PDF
Jakub Głowacki, Yelizaveta Kriukova, Nataliya Avshenyuk 105-110

Linguistics

PROSODIC ORGANISATION OF STATIC URBAN LANDSCAPE DESCRIPTIONS IN ENGLISH PROSE PDF
Inna Humeniuk 111-117
METAPHORISATION OF BREXIT IN MODERN POLITICAL DISCOURSE PDF
Olha Bilyk, Nataliia Pyliachyk 118-126
FUNCTIONAL AND SEMANTIC FEATURES OF APOLOGY SPEECH ACT (BASED ON THE ENGLISH FICTIONAL DISCOURSE) PDF
Valeriia Smaglii, Svitlana Tykhonina, Galyna Galiant 127-133
METAPHORIC REPRESENTATION OF THE CONCEPT ‘CRIME’ IN THE U.S. MEDIA DISCOURSE PDF
Oksana Oliinyk, Liudmyla Naumenko 134-140
LINGUO-PRAGMATIC DIMENSION OF PRESENT-DAY AMERICAN POLITICIANS’ SPEECHES PDF
Tetiana Stetsyk 141-148
SEMANTIC ISSUES OF TRANSLATING AMERICAN SOCIOCULTURAL STEREOTYPES PDF
Svitlana Lyubymova, Nadezhda Tomasevich, Olena Mardarenko 149-157
CONCEPTUAL CATEGORY PERSON AND MEANS OF ITS VERBAL PRESENTATION IN THE FANTASY GENRE PDF
Iryna Aleksandruk, Oksana Babelyuk 158-166
MOTIVATIONAL STRUCTURE AND ORIGIN OF BUSINESS NAMES PDF
Iryna Oliinyk, Larysa Ruban, Liudmyla Schevchenko 167-174
CONCEPTUAL METAPHORS IN AMERICAN JOURNALISTIC TEXTS PDF
Anatoliy Khudoliy 175-184
LATE VICTORIAN DISCOURSE IN THE CONTEXT OF LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL STUDIES PDF
Mariia Levishchenko 185-189
ENGLISH CONTAINER METAPHORS OF EMOTIONS IN UKRAINIAN TRANSLATIONS PDF
Liudmyla Kovalenko, Alla Martynyuk 190-197
METHODOLOGICAL ALGORITHM FOR DIACHRONIC INTERPRETATION OF NOSTRATIC *mar-a “tree” (based on the data taken from Bomhard’s “A Comprehensive Introduction to Nostratic Comparative Linguistics: With Special Reference to Indo-European”) PDF
Yan Kapranov 198-205