Advanced Education

The journal is peer-reviewed publication, supports a policy of open access to scientific publications.

Year of establishment: 2013

Scientific areas: psychological, pedagogical, methodological issues of higher education; modern methods of teaching Humanities and Social Sciences, ICT in education, history of education, educational psychology, and comparative education research; 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

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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

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

 

 


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2017: Issue 7

Table of Contents

Education

COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION PDF
Natalia Saienko 4-8
INTEGRATING ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTION: DYNAMIC ASSESSMENT AND ITS CRITICISMS EXAMINED PDF
Hosna Hosseini, Behzad Ghonsooly 9-16
DOUBLE AND JOINT DEGREE PROGRAMS IN UKRAINE: REALIAS AND PROSPECTS PDF
Olga Lysak 17-22
IMPLEMENTING AUDIO-LINGUAL METHOD TO TEACHING UKRAINIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT THE INITIAL STAGE PDF
Larysa Bidenko, Hanna Bespalova 23-27
THE MEASUREMENT OF CURIOSITY OF TEACHER CANDIDATES: A STUDY BASED ON BREADTH AND DEPTH OF INTEREST PDF
Neslisah Aktas, Umit Dogan Ustun 33-36
TESTING EFFICIENCY OF THE METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING STUDENTS MAJORING IN PHILOLOGY TO TRANSLATE TEXTS USING CAT-TOOLS: A PILOT STUDY PDF
Alla Olkhovska 37-44
THE DEVELOPMENT OF FUTURE EFL TEACHERS’ INFORMATION COMPETENCE IN PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PDF
Yana Bondaruk 45-50
THE USE OF MODERN TEACHING METHODS IN EDITOR EDUCATION IN UKRAINE PDF
Svitlana Fiialka, Hanna Onkovych, Oksana Baliun 57-63
PROCEDURAL ASPECTS OF EDUCATIONAL CHANGES: EMPIRICAL FINDINGS AT INSTITUTIONAL LEVEL PDF
Inna Semenets-Orlova 64-67
MORAL AND ETHICAL EDUCATION OF YOUTH IN SCIENTIFIC AND PEDAGOGICAL HERITAGE OF SLOBOZHANSHCHINA SCHOLARS (the second half of 19th – early 20th century) PDF
Tetiana Lutaieva 73-79
CLASSROOM COMMUNICATION SKILLS: THE NEED TO FILL A GAP IN THE TRAINING OF TEACHERS OF SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE PDF
Francisco J. Rodríguez Muñoz, Víctor M. Madrid Navarro 80-84
THE CATEGORY OF FREEDOM IN THE WRITTEN HERITAGE OF JOHN AMOS COMENIUS AND HRYHORIY SKOVORODA PDF
Olena Budnyk, Hryhorii Vasianovych 85-89
QUESTIONING STRATEGY AS PART OF EFL TEACHER KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE PDF
Valentyna Parashchuk 90-94
THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOTIVATION RESEARCH IN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: THE TRANSITION FROM EARLY THEORIES TO SELF-RELATED APPROACHES PDF
Saeed Safdari, Parviz Maftoon 95-101
THE FORMATION OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMPETENCE OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS BY MEANS OF MULTIMEDIA PDF
Iryna Stavytska 123-128
DIDACTIC GAME AS AN ADVANCED METHOD OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE FORMATION IN FUTURE SPECIALISTS IN DOCUMENTATION AND INFORMATION SERVICES PDF
Natalia Tkachova, Oksana Tur 141-145
USING BLOGS IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO PHILOLOGY STUDENTS PDF
Inessa Krasnokutska, Olena Kovalchuk 146-153

Linguistics

ANNOUNCEMENT-ANNOTATION TEXTS: DEFINITION, CORRELATION AND SYNTHESIS PDF
Olga Dzykovych, Sandra J. Langer 28-32
LEXEME MEIN- PART-OF-SPEECH APPURTENANCE IN THE MODERN GERMAN GRAMMAR IN THE FRAMEWORK OF OPTIMALITY THEORY PDF
Oksana Turysheva 51-56
SEMANTIC RELATIONS IN TOPICAL SEQUENCES OF ENGLISH BUSINESS DISCOURSE PDF
Vira Yushkevych 68-72
CONSONANTAL ORGANIZATION IN ENGLISH POETIC DISCOURSE: TOPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE PDF
Natalia Neborsina 102-107
COMMUNICATIVE-MEDIATORY FUNCTION OF SECONDARY TEXTREVIEWS PDF
Diana Movchan, Galyna Chulanova, Iryna Kobyakova 108-113
CORRELATION OF THE ENGLISH FAIRY TALE’S PLOT STRUCTURE AND ITS PROSODIC ORGANISATION PDF
Larysa Taranenko 114-122
PSYCHOLINGUISTIC PECULIARITIES FOR APPLICATION OF THE SYMBOL-WORDS IN THE POLITICAL COMMUNICATION PDF
Yuliya Krylova-Grek 129-134
MODERN GREEK ORTHODOX SERMON: LINGUISTIC FEATURES PDF
Mariia Smyrnova, Svitlana Shepitko 135-140