Advanced Education

"Advanced Education" is a peer-reviewed open access journal

Year of establishment: 2013

Scientific areas: psychological, pedagogical, methodological issues of higher education: foreign/second language teaching methodology, foreign language for specific and academic purposes, teaching translation, testing, evaluation and assessment in foreign language teaching (FLT), dual and multilingual education, information and communication technology (ICT) in foreign language teaching and learning, applied linguistics, psychological issues in foreign language teaching and learning, foreign language teacher training and education, content and language integrated learning (CLIL); STEAM; current and emerging trends in higher education and adult learning

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.

Frequency: semi anually

Language of publication: English

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

Editor in Chief: prof. Natalia Saienko

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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2019: Issue 12

Table of Contents

TEACHING NON-FICTION TRANSLATION: THE SYSTEM OF EXERCISES AND TASKS PDF
Leonid Chernovaty, Natalia Kovalchuk 5-11
THE COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF REFERENCE FOR LANGUAGES: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE PDF
Sofiya Nikolaeva 12-20
STANCE AND CULTURE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENGLISH AND PERSIAN AUTHORIAL STANCE IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS RESEARCH ARTICLES PDF
Mohammad Reza Hashemi, Hosna Hosseini 21-27
APPROACHES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A LITERARY TRANSLATOR’S LINGUISTIC IDENTITY PDF
Michael Naydan, Mariia Ivanytska, Alla Perminova 28-34
UKRAINIAN BORDER GUARDS INTEROPERABILITY ASSESSMENT IN THE FRAMEWORK OF COMMON EUROPEAN BORDER GUARD STANDARDS IMPLEMENTATION PDF
Andrii Balendr, Oksana Komarnytska, Ihor Bloshchynskyi 35-43
IMPLEMENTATION OF GRAMMAR-TRANSLATION METHOD OF TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS OF BUKOVYNA (1872-1900) PDF
Bohdana Labinska, Oksana Tumak 44-48
TEACHING COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES TO THE COMPUTER PROGRAMMING STUDENTS PDF
Nataliya Mykytenko, Nataliia Rozhak, Iryna Semeriak 49-54
TURN-TAKING IN CINEMATIC DISCOURSE: LINGUISTIC CHARACTERISTICS AND PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS FOR ESP TEACHING PDF
Iryna Lavrinenko, Iryna Shevchenko 55-63
ELECTRONIC SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES AS A UNIVERSAL TOOL FOR DEVELOPING FUTURE TEACHERS’ DIGITAL COMPETENCE PDF
Viktoriia Hrynko 64-73
PROBLEM-BASED ESP METHODS FOR TEACHING FUTURE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS TO CONDUCT RADIO EXCHANGE IN NON-ROUTINE SITUATIONS PDF
Bogdana Bystrova, Ludmila Nemliy, Nataliia Paziura, Oksana Vasiukovych 74-79
INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY AS A MEANS OF ENSURING INCLUSIVE GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION SPACE PDF
Iryna Myhovych 80-86
FACILITATING INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF ADULT LEARNERS IN THE CONTEXT OF HIGHER EDUCATION INTERNATIONALISATION PDF
Jan-Urban Sandal, Tetiana Kolenichenko, Anna Verbytska, Hanna Dyvnych 87-93
MEDIA EDUCATION FOR FUTURE MEDIA PROFESSIONALS: DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING A TRAINING PROGRAMME PDF
Olena Yevtushenko, Tetiana Kovalova 94-104
TEACHERS’ CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE PDF
Nataliya Mukan, Halyna Yaremko, Yuriy Kozlovskiy, Volodymyr Ortynskiy, Oksana Isayeva 105-113
FORMATION OF STUDENTS’ ETHNIC TOLERANCE IN INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION PDF
Marija Czepil, Oresta Karpenko, Alla Revt, Kateryna Istomina 114-119
MODELLING SEMANTIC DERIVATION: SEMANTIC SHIFT STRATEGIES OF IRRATIONAL VOCABULARY IN ENGLISH PDF
Oleh Demenchuk 120-126
ENGAGEMENT MARKERS IN THE FEYNMAN LECTURES ON PHYSICS: APPLYING HYLAND’S INTERACTION FRAMEWORK TO SPOKEN ACADEMIC DISCOURSE PDF
Natalie Kramar 127-133
DIALECTIC INTERACTION OF QUANTITY, QUALITY AND RELATION IN SIMILE DOMAIN PDF
Mariana Oleniak 134-141
COGNITIVE DYNAMICS OF STANCETAKING IN RISK DISCOURSE SITUATION PDF
Valentyna Ushchyna 142-149
NEURAL NETWORK PATTERN FOR ENHANCING FUNCTIONALITY OF ELECTRONIC DICTIONARIES PDF
Serhii Fokin 150-158
ENGLISH COLOUR LEXEMES IN J. K. ROWLING’S NOVELS PDF
Iryna Mykytiuk, Oksana Lesinska 159-167
ADDRESSEE’S FACTOR IN THE LIMERICK DISCOURSE PDF
Olena Yemelyanova 168-173
LEXICAL UNITS REPRESENTING WORKING WOMEN IN VICTORIAN NOVELS PDF
Anna Orel 174-180
THEMATIC PROGRESSION AND ITS TYPES IN ENGLISH LITERARY AND LEGISLATIVE TEXTS PDF
Marina Kizil, Elina Kushch 181-187
RENDERING FUNCTION FEATURES OF THE FRENCH COLLOQUIAL INTERROGATIVE CONSTRUCTIONS IN UKRAINIAN FICTION TRANSLATION PDF
Andriy Bilas 188-195
THE TAXONOMY OF FORESTRY TERMS IN THE MODERN UKRAINIAN LANGUAGE PDF
Oksana Hrydzhuk 196-205
STRUCTURAL AND SEMANTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF FOOD-RELATED NEOLOGISMS IN MODERN ENGLISH PDF
Kateryna Karpova 206-211
FEATURES OF EXPRESSIVE FEMALE SPEECH IN THE POLITICAL DISCOURSE OF SPAIN AND LATIN AMERICA pdf
Natalia Petlyuchenko, Valeria Chernyakova 212-219
LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY OF METROPOLITAN ANTHONY OF SOUROZH (BLOOM) PDF
Svitlana Shepitko, Mariia Smyrnova 220-225
COLOUR COMPONENT IN THE SEMANTICS OF ETHNOPHOBIC TERMS (the case of non-standard American English) PDF
Ihor Honta, Tatiana Pastushenko, Nataliia Borysenko 226-235
THE RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF IDEOLOGEME JUSTICE IN "GREY-ZONE" MORAL EMOTIONS OF A RAISING VICTORIAN IDEOLOGY PDF
Iryna Pinich 236-243
SPECIFICITIES OF THE MUTUAL INFLUENCE OF CONTEXT AND ASSESSMENT IN FRENCH EVALUATIVE UTTERANCES PDF
Halyna Moroshkina 244-248
LINGUISTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CONSTRUCT “EVALUATIVE JUDGEMENT OF A JOURNALIST” IN THE UKRAINIAN LANGUAGE PDF
Zoriana Haladzhun 249-255
SEMANTIC RELATION OF MERONYMY IN LANGUAGES OF DIFFERENT STRUCTURE (CASE STUDY OF SEMANTICS OF BODY PART NAMES) PDF
Olena Materynska 256-264