The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 28
Page No. 6776 - 6780

The Structure and Content of Pedagogical Activity of Teachers of Foreign Languages at the University According to Modern Educational Paradigm

Authors : A.V. Gridasova, M.A. Grinko, D.D. Manukyan and N.V. Papernaya


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