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2017: Issue 7 TESTING EFFICIENCY OF THE METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING STUDENTS MAJORING IN PHILOLOGY TO TRANSLATE TEXTS USING CAT-TOOLS: A PILOT STUDY Abstract  PDF
Alla Olkhovska
 
2017: Issue 7 THE USE OF MODERN TEACHING METHODS IN EDITOR EDUCATION IN UKRAINE Abstract  PDF
Svitlana Fiialka, Hanna Onkovych, Oksana Baliun
 
2014: Issue 2 AN INTEGRATED-SKILLS APPROACH TO LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE THROUGH THE USE OF THE PROJECT METHOD Abstract  PDF
A. L. Kotkovets
 
2015: Issue 4 USE OF VIDEO MATERIALS IN TEACHING ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES Abstract  PDF
V. V. Chmel
 
2016: Issue 6 APPROACHES TO DETERMINING THE STAGES OF THE LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODS DEVELOPMENT IN WESTERN UKRAINE (1867-1939) Abstract  PDF
Bogdana Labinska
 
2018: Issue 10 PRINCIPLED PRAGMATISM, OR WELL-GROUNDED ECLECTICISM: A NEW PARADIGM IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT UKRAINIAN TERTIARY SCHOOLS? Abstract  PDF
Oleg Tarnopolsky
 
2015: Issue 4 INNOVATIVE METHODS AS AN IMPORTANT PART OF LEARNING FOREIGN LANGUAGES Abstract  PDF
О. V. Ovadiuk
 
2016: Issue 6 TEACHING STUDENTS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALTIES ENGLISH WRITING Abstract  PDF
Olena Lazebna, Nataliia Dychka, Viktoriia Kotvytska
 
2016: Issue 6 CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED TEACHING TO UKRAINIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS MAJORING IN ECONOMICS Abstract  PDF
Svetlana Bodnar
 
2016: Issue 5 EUROPEAN DIMENSION OF PROFFESSIONAL TRAINING OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN HUNGARY: EXPERIENCE FOR UKRAINE Abstract  PDF
Kateryna Hodlevska
 
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