The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 7
Page No. 1768 - 1772

Formation of Common Cultural Competences in the Students-Future Teachers of Foreign Languages During the Process of Professional Training at University

Authors : Ekaterina A. Konopatskaya and Rezida A. Fakhrutdinova

Abstract: The issue of formation of the common cultural competences during the process of profession training of a teacher is determined by the social mandate of the educational system that requires from higher educational institutions to train the creatively-thinking pedagogical staff featuring high cultural level that are able to self-cognition and fulfillment in the sphere of professional activity, to orientation in the cultural space and dialogue with representatives of other cultures. The study considers the process of formation of the common cultural competences of the bachelor students, future teachers of Foreign languages during the process of professional training on the basis of the Kazan (Volga region) Federal University. Within the frameworks of our study, the sound analysis of the standard for higher professional education for the degree program 050100.62: pedagogical education (qualification (degree) bachelor) was performed. For performance of the experimental work according to the research framework, we distinguished a number of disciplines of the professional methodological and linguistic training of the bachelor students, namely: ‘Methods of training and education in the sphere of Foreign languages’, ‘Practical course of the English language’. We considered the learning techniques promoting to mastering the practical skills and skills of self-fulfillment on the sphere of professional pedagogical activity: case method, mind maps, learning together.

How to cite this article:

Ekaterina A. Konopatskaya and Rezida A. Fakhrutdinova, 2015. Formation of Common Cultural Competences in the Students-Future Teachers of Foreign Languages During the Process of Professional Training at University. The Social Sciences, 10: 1768-1772.

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