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2019: Special Issue 11 ART AND ESP INTEGRATION IN TEACHING UKRAINIAN ENGINEERS Abstract  PDF
David Pollard, Yuliia Olizko
 
2019: Special Issue 11 THE WAYS OF RESEARCHING ESP LEARNERS’ NEEDS AS SEEN BY TEACHERS OF UKRAINIAN UNIVERSITIES Abstract  PDF
Iryna Soroka
 
2018: Issue 10 GAMIFICATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION: EXPERIENCE OF POLAND AND UKRAINE Abstract  PDF
Jakub Głowacki, Yelizaveta Kriukova, Nataliya Avshenyuk
 
2016: Issue 6 TEACHING STUDENTS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALTIES ENGLISH WRITING Abstract  PDF
Olena Lazebna, Nataliia Dychka, Viktoriia Kotvytska
 
2019: Special Issue 11 DEVELOPING STUDENTS’ INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSROOM Abstract  PDF
Oksana Bahlai, Nataliya Machynska, Yuliia Matviiv-Lozynska, Olha Senkovych, Mariia Voloshyn
 
2015: Issue 4 TEACHING TECHNICAL WRITING AS PART OF ESP Abstract  PDF
O. V. Lubianova
 
2015: Issue 3 EFFICIENCY TESTING OF EXPERIENTIAL ESP INSTRUCTION TO FUTURE SYSTEM ANALYSTS Abstract  PDF
Z. М. Kornieva, I. V. Pavlovska
 
2019: Special Issue 11 ICT IN TEACHING ESP TO FUTURE CIVIL ENGINEERS AT TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY Abstract  PDF
Erman Akıllı, Lesia Konoplianyk, Yuliia Pryshupa
 
2018: Issue 9 TED TALK IN THE ESP CLASSROOM OF PHILOSOPHY STUDENTS Abstract  PDF
Svetlana Danilina, Viktoriia Shabunina
 
2018: Issue 9 THE ROLE OF CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING AT UKRAINIAN AND POLISH EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS: CHALLENGES AND IMPLICATION Abstract  PDF
Mariya Leshchenko, Yuliana Lavrysh, Kateryna Halatsyn
 
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