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, 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

Indexed in: ESCI (Web of Science), Index Copernicus (ICV 2014=54,81; ICV 2015=80,19), DOAJ, CrossRef, WorldCat, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, SprintKnowledge, Google Scholar, BASE, OAJI, Cite Factor, UIF, Research Bible, I2OR, SIS, 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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2017: Issue 8

Table of Contents

Education

THE METHODOLOGICAL TRAINING OF FUTURE UNIVERSITY TEACHERS TO IMPLEMENT INTERCULTURAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION: THE COMPETENCY-BASED APPROACH PDF
Nataliia Maiier 4-9
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MULTIMEDIA APPROACH TO TEACHING BUSINESS ENGLISH PDF
Olena Karpova 10-15
AN INQUIRY INTO IRANIAN ENGINEERING STUDENTS LIFE EXPERIENCES OF THE EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS PDF
Seiied Abdollah Hojjati, Mohammad Hossein Yarmohammadian, Narges Keshtiaray 16-20
TRAINING OF AN IMPLIED READER AS A GOAL FOR LITERARY EDUCATION AT TERTIARY LEVEL PDF
Mariia Foka 21-27
TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS IN BRATISLAVA IN CONNECTION TO THE NEEDS OF THE LABOUR MARKET PDF
Michaela Čiefová, Katarína Seresová 28-34
THE DEVELOPMENT OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION IN CANADA PDF
Natalia Mukan, Julia Shyika, Oksana Shyika 35-40
EFFECTIVE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING THROUGH EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY WITH THE USE OF DICTIONARIES PDF
Valentyna Kyrykylytsia 41-48
TEACHING PRAGMATICS IN THE EFL CLASSROOM: CHALLENGES, LACUNAS, AND SUGGESTIONS PDF
Maryam Sharif, Lotfollah Yarmohammadi, Firooz Sadighi, Mohammad Sadegh Bagheri 49-53
INTERCULTURAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN UKRAINE IN THE CONTEXT OF THE SECONDARY SCHOOL REFORM PDF
Sofiya Nikolaeva 54-58
TRAINING TRANSLATORS: FROM GENERAL REQUIREMENTS TO PARTICULAR APPROACHES PDF
Nataliya Sopylyuk 59-64
READINESS FOR LEARNER AUTONOMY OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS MINORING IN ENGLISH PDF
Iryna Khalymon, Svitlana Shevchenko 65-71
METHODS THAT WORK: BEST PRACTICES OF ADULT EDUCATORS IN THE USA PDF
Oksana Chugai, Olena Terenko, Olena Ogienko 72-77
ANTI-CORRUPTION EDUCATION AT TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY PDF
Oleksiy Kravchuk 78-83
STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF TRAINING OF NOVICE TEACHERS IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING IN PUNJAB, PAKISTAN PDF
Muhammad Azhar, Muhammad Munir Kayani 84-91

Linguistics

THEONYMS IN THE HORROR STORY OF HOWARD PHILLIPS LOVECRAFT “IMPRISONED WITH THE PHARAOHS” PDF
Hanna Kolosova 92-98
ON THE QUALITY OF C IN CERTAIN OLD ENGLISH WORDS. PDF
Mariana Oleniak 99-102
EVALUATIVE RESPONSES IN MODERN ENGLISH FICTION PDF
Tetiana Myroniuk 103-108
SYSTEMIC APPROACH TO TRANSLATION: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH PDF
Oleksandr Rebrii 109-114
COMMONLY USED AND TERRITORIALLY MARKED VOCABULARY AS A MEANS OF STYLISING THE COLLOQUIALITY IN THE NOVEL “INAUGURATION” OF MYROSLAV LAZARUK PDF
Maria Tsurkan 115-121
LINGUOCULTURAL FEATURES OF BRITISH TALES PDF
Mariana Karanevych 122-127
THE CATEGORY OF EVALUATION IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE PDF
Tatiana Ananko 128-137
TOWARDS A TYPOLOGY OF SEMANTIC DERIVATION MODELS. A CASE OF MENTAL ENGROSSMENT VOCABULARY PDF
Oleh Demenchuk 138-143