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Title: Developing a module on second language acquisition for future English language teachers (Material is collected due to the participation in the project “New Generation School Teacher” initiated by Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and British Council Ukraine)
Other Titles: Розроблення розділу з набуття другої (іноземної) мови для майбутніх учителів англійської мови (Матеріал зібрано завдяки участі у проекті «Шкільний учитель нового покоління» започаткованого Міністерством освіти та науки України та Британської ради в Україні)
Authors: Бевз, Олена Павлівна
Keywords: second language acquisition
second language learning
L2 teachers
comprehensible input
curriculum
syllabus
New Generation School Teacher project
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Ереван : Издательство Северного университета
Citation: Бевз Е.П. Developing a module on second language acquisition for future English language teachers (Material is collected due to the participation in the project “New Generation School Teacher” initiated by Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and British Council Ukraine) // Материалы международной научной конференции «Проблемы преодоления последствий геноцида армян». – Ереван : Издательство Северного университета, 2015. – C. 271-274.
Abstract: The national policy on language education in Ukraine has recently undergone considerable positive changes, but professionally oriented courses, and methodology of teaching a foreign language have not being paid enough attention to. New Generation School Teacher is a project initiated by British Council Ukraine and Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. The aim of the project is to improve the quality of pre-service training for future teachers of English (PRESETT) in Ukraine.
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