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2016: Issue 6 PEER AND SELF-ASSESSMENT AT ESP CLASSES: CASE STUDY Abstract  PDF
Yuliana Lavrysh
 
2015: Issue 4 DEFINING, ASSESSING AND IMPROVING TEACHER QUALITY IN THE USA Abstract  PDF
O. Yu. Chugai
 
2014: Issue 2 SPECIFIC FEATURES OF COMPETENT-BASED APPROACH INTRODUCTION IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING/LEARNING PROCESS IN NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS OF UKRAINE Abstract
I. I. Zuyenok, M. L. Isakova, O. V. Petrova
 
2017: Issue 7 INTEGRATING ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTION: DYNAMIC ASSESSMENT AND ITS CRITICISMS EXAMINED Abstract  PDF
Hosna Hosseini, Behzad Ghonsooly
 
2017: Issue 8 TEACHING PRAGMATICS IN THE EFL CLASSROOM: CHALLENGES, LACUNAS, AND SUGGESTIONS Abstract  PDF
Maryam Sharif, Lotfollah Yarmohammadi, Firooz Sadighi, Mohammad Sadegh Bagheri
 
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 CLASSROOM COMMUNICATION SKILLS: THE NEED TO FILL A GAP IN THE TRAINING OF TEACHERS OF SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE Abstract  PDF
Francisco J. Rodríguez Muñoz, Víctor M. Madrid Navarro
 
2016: Issue 5 IMPLEMENTING EUROPEAN STANDARDS IN THE ESP CURRICULUM FOR STUDENTS OF NON-LINGUISTIC SPECIALITIES IN UKRAINIAN UNIVERSITIES Abstract  PDF
Nadia Grytsyk
 
2015: Issue 3 MOTIVATION AND STIMULATION OF EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS Abstract  PDF
I. V. Boiko
 
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