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 9

Table of Contents

Education

OVERVIEW OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION OF LINGUISTICS STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN PDF
Natalya Bidyuk, Maryna Ikonnikova, Olga Komochkova 5-10
THE VOUCHER PROGRAMME AS A CHALLENGE FOR SOCIAL WORK TEACHING PDF
Tetyana Semigina, Oksana Pozhidayeva 11-16
THE ROLE OF CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING AT UKRAINIAN AND POLISH EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS: CHALLENGES AND IMPLICATION PDF
Mariya Leshchenko, Yuliana Lavrysh, Kateryna Halatsyn 17-25
WHAT LEADS UKRAINIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS TO USE WIKIPEDIA? PDF
Nataliia Mulina 26-32
THE FORMATION OF INTELLECTUAL MOBILITY OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS THROUGH INTEGRATION OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PDF
Galyna Mikhnenko, Yana Absaliamova 33-38
READING AND REREADING: INSIGHTS INTO LITERARY EVALUATION PDF
Willie van Peer, Anna Chesnokova 39-46
TED TALK IN THE ESP CLASSROOM OF PHILOSOPHY STUDENTS PDF
Svetlana Danilina, Viktoriia Shabunina 47-54
PREFERRED LEARNING STYLES OF STUDENTS MAJORING IN CHEMISTRY, PHARMACY, TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN PDF
Tetiana Derkach 55-61
A STUDY ON EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF ADULTS (ON THE EXAMPLE OF ZAPORIZHZHIA REGION RESIDENTS) PDF
Serhii Pryima, Andrii Orlov, Olena Anishchenko, Ellina Pozdnyakova-Kirbyateva 62-72
URBAN STUDIES: UNIVERSAL INTERDISCIPLINARY STRATEGIES PDF
Maryna Prepotenska, Vania Angelova 73-83
CULTURE-THROUGH-LANGUAGE STUDIES IN SOCIO-PEDAGOGICAL WORK IN FRANCE PDF
Liliia Shkoliar, Yevheniia Dehtiarova, Inesa Yermolenko 84-89
MULTICULTURAL COMPONENT IN THE SYSTEM OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGERS IN CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES: EXPERIENCE FOR UKRAINE PDF
Nataliia Zhorniak, Maryana Havran, Olena Barabash, Anna Shayner, Oksana Bilyk 90-95
TOWARDS TEXT DIDACTISATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEVELOPING TRANSLATION SKILLS PDF
Katarina Seresova, Daniela Brevenikova 96-100
ANALYSIS OF THE CURRENT STATE IN INNOVATIVE RESEARCH TRAINING OF PHD STUDENTS IN UKRAINE PDF
Viktoriia Meniailo 101-106
STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING GIFTED STUDENTS ENGLISH GRAMMAR PDF
Maryna Shemuda 107-113
A QUALITATIVE EXPLORATION OF STUDENTS' EXPERIENCES WITH ACQUIRING CULTURE DURING FOREIGN LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION PDF
Halis Gözpınar 114-125
E-LEARNING IN PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED GERMAN COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE FORMATION OF STUDENTS MAJORING IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT PDF
Oksana Bihych, Yana Okopna 126-131
PRACTICES OF EDUCATION MANAGERS TO INCREASE TEACHERS’ ENTHUSIASM FOR ACHIEVEMENT OF DESIRED RESULTS IN WORK PDF
Abdul Shakoor, Muhammad Javed Iqbal 132-139

Linguistics

THE CONCEPTUAL OUTLINE OF PERCEPTION IN TERMS OF GREIMASSIAN SEMIOTIC THEORY PDF
Anna Zaslonkina 140-147
GRAMMATICAL PARAMETERS OF THE NOTIONAL MODUS OF EMPATHY CONCEPT LEXICALISED IN MODERN ENGLISH DISCOURSE PDF
Nataliia Tatsenko 148-153
THE STRUCTURAL AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MODERN AMERICAN FEATURE FILMS’ SMALL SYNTAX IN TRANSLATION PDF
Yuliia Pletenetska 154-161
ANGLICISMS IN THE FRENCH LANGUAGE: LINGUISTIC AND SOCIAL ASPECTS PDF
Maryna Kostiuk 162-168
PROSODIC EXPRESSION OF EMOTIONAL-AND-PRAGMATIC POTENTIAL OF A SPOKEN ENGLISH PROVERB PDF
Larysa Taranenko, Steven Schaefer 169-177
ENGLISH SPYCRAFT PROFESSIONALISMS AS A LINGUISTIC PHENOMENON PDF
Oleksandr Lahodynskyi, Kostyantyn Mamchur, Volodymyr Skab 178-184
THE ENERGETIC POTENTIAL OF SPEECH PAUSES PDF
Alla Kalyta 185-193
THE STRATEGY OF STRUCTURING INFORMATION ACCORDING TO ITS RELEVANCE IN MIND MANIPULATION PDF
Olga Dmytruk 194-200
SPECIFIC NATURE OF EVALUATIVE SPEECH ACTS PDF
Ganna Prihodko 201-205
GENDER DIFFERENCES AMONG MOG PLAYERS IN THEIR SOCIALISATION PROCESSES PDF
Ricardo Casañ-Pitarch 206-212
UKRAINIAN AND ENGLISH VERBS: BILATERAL CONTRASTIVE CROSS-LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVE PDF
Natalia Ivanytska, Nina Ivanytska 213-218
ANGLO-AMERICAN SCHOOLS OF SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION IN THE CONTEXT OF ACADEMIC DISCOURSE GENRES PDF
Svitlana Shcherbyna 219-224
COGNITIVE AND ONTOLOGICAL ESSENCE OF AXIOLOGICAL DOMINANTS AND PRINCIPLES OF THEIR TAXONOMY IN DIACHRONIC AND SYNCHRONIC REVIEW PDF
Nataliia Stefanova 225-230
SEMANTIC ASPECT OF COMPOUND NEOLOGISMS IN THE MODERN GERMAN LANGUAGE (Based On Marketing Lexis Materials) PDF
Oksana Horbach, Oksana Hryniuk 231-239
SUBJECT-SPECIFIC VOCABULARY AND ITS STRATIFICATION: THE CASE OF AVIATION ENGLISH PDF
Inna Fainman, Yevheniia Tokar 240-245