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Engineering and Educational Technologies. Quarterly theoretical and practical journal [Online journal].
– Kremenchuk: KrNU, 2016. – № 4 (16). – 51 p.
– Available at: http://eetecs.kdu.edu.ua

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Development and Application of Pedagogical Science Achievements at Educational Practice

THE MOST SOPHISTICATED APPROACHES TOWARDS LEARNERS’ ACQUIRING FOREIGN LANGUAGE SKILLS AT HIGH SCHOOL WITH CLASS-RESTRICTED SYLLABUS  
Vasylyshyna N.  (download)
[in English]

The ongoing paper discusses the most sophisticated approaches, techniques, that can be implemented in high school teaching process respectively. We have conducted the detailed analysis of findings made in the area of foreign language teaching by such prominent scholars, as: Wyner, Lenneberg, Johnson and Newport, Jenkin and Levis, Choi and Murphy, Jennifer Jenkins.

As a result, we made the summary that, in spite of numerous sufficient results in acquiring foreign language skills by students, a lot of difficulties are still exist in modern education, especially taking into account the fact, that foreign language programs and syllabus is characterized with limited amount of hours.

So, the following controversy appears, which can be worded as: contemporary requirements for specialists and professionals are high, but level of high education is rather weak, restricted and limited.

Consequently, the primary goal of our survey is to find out the most appropriate and time-consuming approaches, highlight urgent problems, challenges modern students come up with in order to accomplish high results in the learning and teaching sphere.

While searching a sufficient solution for the defined controversy, we gave the outlook on four Wyner’s principles. Also, during the scientific study we enumerated problems students can have in English pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary. However, besides tutoring factual material, such notion as “appropriate motivational context” was mentioned as of great importance and an intrinstic tool in accomplishing foreign language skills.

To sum up, we finished our piece of research with the outcome along with a great number of various methods, techniques; approaches which are supposed to be used in different learning situations there are many obstacles to be overcome by tutors to accomplish pedagogical aims. Prospects of further investigation were made correspondingly.

Key words: foreign language, principles, challenges, learners, appropriate, officious, motivational context.

1. Biggs, J. and Tang, C. (2007), Teaching for Quality Learning at University.What the Student Does, Open University Press, Berkshire, England.

2. Lane, L. (2010), Tips for teaching. Pronunciation: a practical approach. White Plains, Pearson Longman, NewYork, USA.

3. Wyner, G. (2014), Fluent Forever. How to Learn Any Language Fast and Never Forget It, Harmony Books, New York, USA.

INTERACTION OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS OF FUNCTIONALITY OF STUDENTS 17-19 YEARS
Samokysh I. (download)
[in Ukrainian]

The results of correlation analysis of the functional testing with load power change in a closed cycle and indicators anthropometry and fiziometrii students. A total of 150 students (86 girls and 64 boys who belonged to the main medical group) the first and second courses at the age of 17-19 years. It is shown that the degree of influence of parameters of physical development on the results of functional testing (physical performance, heart rate (HR) during exercise, the effectiveness of the regulation of cardiac activity, the energy level), as well as established reliable relationship between different forces. Based on the correlation analysis of the new data that complement the available information on the functional reserves of an organism of students were prepared.

Key words: correlation analysis, functional reserves, physical development, functional testing, students.

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3. Bosenko, A.I., Samokish, I.I. and Dubinin, A.N. (2008), "Operational control of the load with reverse rowers in the annual cycle of training", Physical Culture and Sports in the 21st Century: Mater. International scientific conference, pp. 65-70. [in Russian]

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17. Samokih, I.I. and Bosenko, A.I. (2016), "Optimizing the learning process of physical education in higher educational institutions on the basis of the monitoring functionality of students", Scientific journal "Science and Education", iss. 8, рр.151-157. [in Ukrainian]

 

STRUCTURE OF DIALOGICAL COMMUNICATION IN HIGHER SCHOOL  
Bespartochna O., Ziuman H.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

The features of dialogic communication are considered. The conditions under which the dialogic communication arises as well as its main characteristics are explored. The role of communication in a dialogue-centered learning is determined. The conditions which influence the effective dialogical communication in student-centered learning are proved: subject-oriented, presence of a common semantic field, difference in the points of view on the dialogue subject, mental process activation, the need of self-reflection. The dialogical communication structure has been revealed; the factors that interfere or stimulate the dialogical communication have been marked and their appliance in the studying process has been stated.

Keywords: communication, dialogue, subject-subject relationship, semantic field, personality-oriented education.

1. Vul'fov B.Z., Ivanov V.D. and Menyaev A.F. (2015), Pedagogika [Pedagogy], Yurayt, Moscow, Russia. [in Russian].

2. Skibitskiy, E.G. and Skibitskaya, I.Yu. (2008), Osnovy delovogo obshcheniya [Fundamentals of business communication], NGASU, Novosibirsk, Russia. [in Russian].

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Information and Communication Technologies at Education

PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS OF ENSURING THE PEDAGOGICAL INTERACTION OF PARTICIPANTS OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS IN THE CONDITIONS OF FUNCTIONING OF INFORMATION-COMMUNICATION EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF A UNIVERSITY  
Bespartochna O., Anisymov A.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

The article deals with the peculiarities of pedagogical interaction of teachers, students and the ICT environment of the institution in the context of three subject didactics. The role of each subject of pedagogical interaction is defined. The conditions under which the effective pedagogical interaction of educational process participants occurs have been highlighted among which are the following: the creative style of pedagogical activity of teachers; ICT competence of the pedagogical interaction participants; pedagogical monitoring training; the organization of social and psychological atmosphere for effective learning and cognitive activity.

Keywords: pedagogical interaction, Traub CCNA interaction, pedagogical conditions, information and communication learning environment.

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2. Koval'chuk, L. (2005), Pedahohichna vzayemodiya vykladacha i studentiv pid chasvykorystannya novykh informatsiynykh tekhnolohiy navchannya u protsesi vyvchennya pedahohichnykh dystsyplin, Visnyk L'viv. un-tu, iss. 19, p. 2, pp. 17-25. [in Ukrainian]

3. Kurova, T.H. (2012), IKT-kompetentist' studentiv ekonomichnykh spetsial'nostey, Visnyk Kyyivs'koho natsional'noho universytetu tekhnolohiy ta dyzaynu, no. 6 (68), pp. 370-374. [in Ukrainian]

4. Maksymova, L.P. (2013), Pedahohichni umovy funktsionuvannya informatsiyno-navchal'noho seredovyshcha vyshchoho navchal'noho zakladu ekonomichnoho profilyu, Neperervna profesiyna osvita: teoriya i praktyka : naukovo-metodychnyy zhurnal, iss. 2, pp. 69-74. [in Ukrainian]

5.  Bykov, V.Yu., Bilou, O.V., Bohachkov, Yu.M. et al. (2010), Osnovy standartyzatsiyi informatsiyno-komunikatsiynykh kompetentnostey v systemi osvity Ukrayiny : metod. rekomendatsiyi, Atika, Kyiv, Ukraine. [in Ukrainian]

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7. Ravchyna, T. (2005), Orhanizatsiya vzayemodiyi studentiv z osvitnim seredovyshchem u vyshchiy shkol, Visnyk L'vivs'koho universytetu: ser.: Pedahohichna, iss.19, p. 2, pp. 4-16. [in Ukrainian]

8. Spivakovs'kyy, O.V., Petukhova, L.Ye. and Voropay, N.A. (2011), Do otsinyuvannya vzayemodiyi u modeli «Vykladach – student – seredovyshche», Nauka i osvita, no. 4, pp. 401-405. [in Ukrainian]