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2021

ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
ЭЛ № ФС 77 - 80772, 16+

DEVELOPMENT OF MEDIA CULTURE AWARENESS OF FUTURE TEACHERS IN THE COURSE OF HIS PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

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Modern society is characterized by the wide use of media technologies in various fields of activity: economics, management, science, art, etc. Competent, well-founded, and effective use of media technologies for solving various tasks implies the presence of a certain level of media culture awareness. The field of education is also subject to trends occurring in society, namely, the influence of media technologies on the educational process. In this regard, there is a need for teachers to prepare for the effective use of media technologies in their professional activities, namely, for the development of media culture awareness. The article presents the components of such training and examples of practice-oriented tasks.

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FORMATION OF MORAL VALUES IN THE KALMYK OIRAT LITERARY WORKS IN THE 17TH CENTURY

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The article examines the spiritual and moral values of the Oirats of the 17th century based on the writings of the orientalist Georgiy Stepanovich Lytkin, “Materialy dlya istorii oyratov” (Materials for the History of the Oirats). The topic raised in the article is relevant in the era of universal globalization, since the study of literary monuments is one of the factors of preserving the traditional culture of Russia. Objective historical traditions that preserve the characteristics of ethnic and cultural groups of the population allow for the enrichment of the collection of standards of the regional component. Based on the analysis of the activity of the Oirat women of the 17th century, the article identifies the cultural traditions of the people, their attitude towards ethno-cultural values, and the historical past. The author of the article claims that it can become an effective way of spiritual and moral education of modern youth, as it helps to restore the genetic memory of peoples.

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PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED APPROACH IN THE PREPARATION OF STUDENTS OF PEDAGOGY AND ART PROGRAMS

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The competitiveness of art teachers is determined by their qualifications and abilities to solve the problems related to their field in unique and changing working conditions. In traditional education, students of art and pedagogical programs are in the position of consumers of educational services, they learn fundamental knowledge and skills with no consideration for their role in professional development and their purpose as a specialist. Using a professionally oriented approach to teaching, students have the opportunity to take on the responsibility of an organizer of the pedagogical process, to test their practical possession of professional knowledge and skills, and to assess the level of their readiness for conducting their professional activities. The author of the study develops and experimentally tests a functional model In the context of the tasks of solving the problems of professional development of students of art and pedagogical specialties in the educational process of a university.

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IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT ACTIVITIES IN THE TRAINING OF PEDAGOGY STUDENTS

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The current article deals with the application of project activities in the training of bachelors in the “Teacher education (with two training profiles)” program of the Omsk State Pedagogical University. The article conducts an analysis of the main methodological possibilities of this method and the relevance of its application in order to improve the quality of education and the formation of basic competencies of students. The author formulates the stages of project implementation in the framework of the “Life Safety” discipline and provides the approximate topics of the developed projects. The study also establishes positive and negative aspects of the implementation of project educational activities in the training of students of the university based on the experience of using project activities.

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KEY ASPECTS OF SUPPORTING THE SUPER SUBJECT NATURE OF FINAL ESSAYS BY TEACHERS OF DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES

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The article deals with the key aspects of supporting the super subject nature of final essays, which are implemented in the process of learning to write a coherent text on a different topic. The study provides suggestions for teachers for improving the organization of learning to write a coherent text, mastering the criteria and indicators of its quality according to the level of the expected subject and metasubject educational results, forming their own position in relation to teaching the subject with support for the super subject nature of a final essay. The materials primarily focus on the final essay as an assessment of the meta-subject competencies of graduates, and therefore all subject teachers should be proficient in the technologies of teaching writing detailed written statements using literary, scientific, cognitive, and memoir material.

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USING INTERNET MEMES IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING TECHNICAL VOCABULARY FOR AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS

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The article discusses the implementation of Internet memes, which contribute to the formation of interest in learning a foreign language, in the educational process for agricultural engineering students. The significance of Internet memes is determined as a new phenomenon that penetrates into all spheres of modern human activity, including the educational process. The study presents the advantages of using Internet memes in the process of learning a foreign language and clarifies the need to introduce Internet memes to focus attention and increase the motivation of students. As a result, the author identifies the possibility of successful integration of engineering Internet memes when teaching vocabulary in a non-linguistic university.

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MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATION: OPPORTUNITIES AND PROSPECTS

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The article presents an analysis of the issue of using information technologies in education, namely, the concept, purpose, types and forms, directions, and prospects of its use. The study describes the structure of the modern digital educational environment. It also determines the possibilities of information educational technologies in the design and implementation of the educational process, the aspects of implementation at the current stage of education development, and in response to today’s challenges. The authors of the study identify the educational potential of information technologies. The article is intended for teachers of higher educational institutions, teachers of the system of additional education, graduate students, undergraduates, students of pedagogical universities, and other employees in the field of education.

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MEANS OF FORMING THE COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS OF PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

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As a rule, the educational process in higher pedagogical educational institutions consists of the gradual acquisition and accumulation of special knowledge, and then professional skills and competencies, the development of internal human qualities necessary for the future profession. It is in the process of professional education at the university that the understanding of the importance of the chosen profession comes, and professionally significant competencies are formed. The current article deals with the problem of developing communicative skills as part of the communicative competence of students of pedagogical specialties, describes communicative competence as one of the key professional qualities of future teachers, and analyzes the components of communicative competence. The study also examines the methodological issues of formation of professional communicative competence of students. Special attention is paid to the role of speech disciplines in the system of university pedagogical training, which is designed to prepare graduates of pedagogical universities to solve various problems in real schools.

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DISTANCE LEARNING. STUDENT SATISFACTION

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The concept of distance learning, while growing in popularity along with becoming mandatory and integral parts of learning, has their pros and cons.

The aim of the work is to study the results of the survey of students, parents, and teachers of the Ural State Agrarian University regarding the results of distance learning. The research method was the study of the organization’s analytical materials based on the results of the survey. In different historical times, education underwent different methods and approaches. Today, the ongoing changes in this field indicate the need to introduce new teaching tools and technologies, which require certain competencies from teachers and skills from students.

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FESTIVE CULTURE AS A SYSTEM OF PEDAGOGICAL MODELING IN A CREATIVE UNIVERSITY

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The article deals with the phenomenon of “festive culture” as an important aspect of the formation of student personality in a creative university. The author conducts an analysis of the main elements of festive culture as a pedagogical system highlighting the conditions for the formation of festive culture using the experience of the Volgograd Institute of Arts and Culture as a basis. The author vies the presented model of festive culture as a system of pedagogical modeling as an integral and creative scientific product consisting of interrelated and mutually conditioned components: value-oriented; methodological; content-based; technological; organizational- and activity-based; diagnostic and effective with the use of extracurricular forms of activity.

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GAME MODELING AS A BASIS FOR FORMING THE PROFESSIONAL IMAGE OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS

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The article reveals the role of the formation of the professional image of teachers of its successful professional development. It is shown that the professional image allows to ensure the effectiveness of pedagogical interaction between a teacher and a student, to improve the organization of teaching and educational activities of university teachers. The essence, structure and functions of the professional image and the possibilities of its use as a means of social influence and the formation of a positive perception of the image of teachers by students are revealed.

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ASPECTS OF ENRICHING THE SPEECH OF STUDENTS OF MULTICULTURAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS

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The migration attractiveness of Moscow and Moscow Oblast is based on the developed infrastructure and high availability of services. Currently, there is an increase in migration from the former Soviet republics of the Russian Federation. In the flow of migrants, a significant share is allocated to migrant children. Under the current conditions, children of immigrants enter general education schools and are forced not only to study but also to communicate in a foreign language. In some cases, this leads to increased anxiety, stress, and disorientation due to cultural differences as well as a low level of motivation.

The article raises an urgent problem of modern school education of a multinational society – teaching the state language of Russia to children of migrants, children of bilinguals. The authors describe the characteristic difficulties encountered in the work on the development of the communicative function of speech of such children and propose an original system of exercises.

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COGNITIVE ACTIVITY OF STUDENTS: PROBLEMS AND WAYS OF IMPROVEMENT

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The current article attempts to solve one of the problems of effective teaching by raising the issue of the cognitive activity of students in studying academic subjects and disciplines. The study examines issues related to the formation of motivation for active learning and activation of educational and cognitive activity. The author focuses on the need to form the motivation of active learning to improve the quality and effectiveness of the educational process and analyzes the reasons for low cognitive activity and lack of interest in the educational process. The main ways of increasing the motivation and cognitive activity of students in studying the designated disciplines are also considered. The author provides recommendations and methods of activation of educational and cognitive activity.

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ON THE USE OF CLIL IN A MILITARY UNIVERSITY

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The article discusses the theoretical and practical aspects of implementing content and language integrated learning (CLIL) in a military university. The relevance of the topic lies in the need to introduce new pedagogical methods with the aim of improving the effectiveness of foreign language education. All the main elements of subject-language integrated learning are considered in detail: scaffolding, chunks, formative assessment, etc. The study also demonstrates the difference between this type of training and English for Specific Purposes (ESP), which is usually used for professional foreign language training, as well as the prospects for further development of CLIL in higher education. The author outlines a range of possible problems, including those related to the problems of digitalization of the military university, and suggests ways to overcome them for practical application.

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“KVANTORIUM” MOBILE TECHNOPARK AS MEANS OF DEVELOPING TECHNICAL CREATIVITY

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The article discusses the “Kvantorium” mobile technopark created on the basis of a transport car station, which conducts the training of children in engineering programs, as well as provides additional training and practice-oriented training of teachers of schools and institutions of additional technical education. Equipped with high-tech equipment, the mobile complex was created to solve the problem of access to additional education for children in remote regions.

The schools and the mobile technopark are set to host “Technology in Kvantorium” lecutres and additional classes in the areas of the technopark to choose from – “VR/IT”, “GEO/AERO”, ” ROBO/ Industrial design”, “Hi-Tech” for students of grades from 5 to 11. With the help of mentors, students will learn and develop skills and hone these skills that will allow students to effectively work in teams, set goals and achieve them, set tasks and solve them, create relevant and popular projects.

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APPLICATION OF GAMES AND THEIR COMPONENTS IN E-LEARNING

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The current article describes using serious games as a tool to introduce children to additional learning materials and improve their knowledge and skills. These games differ from traditional games in that they are not intended for entertainment. This article examines various categories of serious games and their learning goals as well as the key characteristics needed to create a successful game of this type. Based on these requirements, the authors introduce an original set of utilities for creating and presenting various types of educational resources, which may include elements of games. These components can be integrated into any e-learning environment and support content in various subjects. They can serve as building blocks for complex learning scenarios, including, but not limited to, 3D modeling, as well as increase engagement by adding game elements.

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ON ETHICS IN DISTANCE EDUCATION: CHALLENGES AND OBJECTIVES

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The article discusses the necessity of introducing digital ethics in today’s life, where virtual reality has taken a separate place with the development of computer technologies.

The author addresses the problem of defining the concept of digital ethics and discusses its norms as well as their compliance within the educational environment of a university.

Failure to observe the fine line between the rules of the game in real and virtual life leads to problems in the implementation of remote communication at the teacher-student level.

The article attempts to describe the most common situations that lead to communication failure in the course of distance learning, and also discusses the issue of compliance with ethical standards of communication in the educational environment of the university.

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INDIVIDUAL APPROACH IN TEACHING GRAPHIC DESIGN DISCIPLINES TO DESIGN STUDENTS

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The current study examines the problems of forming the spatial thinking of future designers in the process of studying graphic design disciplines. Spatial thinking relies not only on the sensory but also on the logical components and representations. To develop the creation of the representation of images in students, the authors apply tasks where the students are required to build a visual image of a subject based on projections while relying on their imagination. Finding the solution to these tasks requires them not only to imagine but also to operate with existing images. The study also presents a method of teaching descriptive geometry based on the application of an individual approach. Also, the study demonstrates that the application of this technique can significantly increase the level of spatial thinking of students and create a basis for their further education at a university.

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DISTANCE TECHNOLOGIES AS A MEANS OF FORMING THE PREPAREDNESS OF PEDAGOGY STUDENTS FOR SELF-EDUCATION

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The article deals with the issues of student self-education as one of the main types of educational activities as well as the issues related to the organization of self-education in the context of distance learning. The article provides the definition and characteristics of the process of self-education from the perspective of distance learning. The author also determines the pedagogical and psychological conditions for improving the effectiveness of self-education. Special attention is paid to the formation of preparedness for self-education using distance learning.

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AN ANALYSIS OF THE DIFFICULTIES OF USING VERB-OBJECT CONSTRUCTIONS IN THE MODERN CHINESE LANGUAGE (BASED ON THE ESSAYS OF STUDENTS STUDYING CHINESE)

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This article discusses identifying the difficulties of using verb-object constructions of the modern Chinese language. Despite the fact that these lexical-syntactic combinations represent a fairly common layer of the lexical fund of the modern Chinese language, this phenomenon has rarely been considered in the works of domestic researchers. This study examines the verb-object combinations from the point of view of the methodology of teaching the Chinese language. Based on the analysis of the texts of student essays written in Chinese, the authors identify typical errors, which were then divided into seven groups. The classification of incorrect uses of verb-object combinations allows for improving the methodology for presenting new lexical material to students and to developing a system of exercises aimed at developing skills for the correct use of these lexical units.

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