Vol 15, No 4 (2018)


On the intensifying of foreign language teaching to undergraduates of technical specialization

Abitov R.N., Safin R.S., Korchagin E.A.


The article deals with the intensifying of foreign language teaching to undergraduates of technical specialization. The reduction of guided hours of teaching foreign languages, triggered by the transition to new Federal Educational Standards, is revealed. The notion of the intensifying of foreign language teaching to undergraduates is analyzed. The correspondence between two-level competences, presented in Federal Educational Standards, and ones, developed by language pedagogy scholars, is defined. The notions of “standard guided hours”, “teaching efficiency quotient”, “recommended guided hours” are introduced. The components of model of intensifying of foreign language teaching are revealed. The results of an experiment are given.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):6-20
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A comparative evaluation of students' specialist's and bachelor's degrees development indicators

Abrosimov A.A., Zayvyy V.V.


The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of the educational process in the transition to the level system of higher education in comparison with the specialty system.During the transition to the level system of education, the curriculum, a set of disciplines and the correlation between different types of educational activity in almost every discipline have significantly changed.Comparative evaluation of the effectiveness of training in the specialty system and the level system for those disciplines that have passed from the specialty system and the level system, is able to assess the indicated transition, limited only by these disciplines. Therefore, the parameters of comparison are indicators of the development of students who have been trained in the specialty system and students studying in the level system. The studies were carried out on the basis of experimental data obtained by testing undergraduate students and specialty students.For detailed analysis, the separation of each of the two complete samples into approximate statistical intervals in which the comparison is being made.For the estimation in each statistical interval, differences in the average values of the accepted development indices and differences in the profiles of development indices within the samples and between the samples are analyzed. The most significant differences in the level of development of undergraduate and specialty students are revealed in the statistical interval "Normal", in which undergraduate students are inferior to specialty students in eight out of ten indicators. In the statistical intervals "More than normal" and "Less than the normal", undergraduate students in general are slightly inferior to specialty students. The study presents the comparison results for each accepted development indicator.Reduction in the development level of undergraduate students in comparison with specialty students can be the result of several factors. At present, the reason of the decrease is not possible to be indicated.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):21-33
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Transformation of educational practices in the conditions of the digital environment

Ageenko N.V., Barashkina E.A., Maslenkova N.A.


The generation gap in education is appeared when people of the non-digital generation teach the representatives of the digital age. Modern education, based on practices developed in the written culture, continues to be based on reading, which remains the key, necessary skill for the time being. But the digital generation requires a change in educational traditions, disciplinary (normalizing) paradigms - basic skills, appropriate training technologies. In this article, higher education institutions act as a field of research. The authors identify several mechanisms of disciplinary power working in the educational environment and experiencing a significant transformation in the transition from traditional book culture to digital one. It is concluded that there is a need to redistribute the normalizing functions between the teacher and the student, change the type of activity of both subjects of educational activity; working out of new training formats are actualized.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):34-43
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Psychological characteristics of strong-willed qualities of athletes of team and individual sports

Anisimova J.N., Kameneva G.N., Prygin G.S.


Sports activity as one of many types of human activity is considered as a form of professional activity in which there is a professional formation and development of the personality with all signs inherent in it.The purpose of the study was to establish specific manifestations of volitional qualities in athletes of team and individual sports. The study used a systematic approach to the study of the properties of the personality, including the eight-component model, developed byA.I. Krupnov, where each property of the personality contains a cognitive, dynamic, setting-target, motivational, regulatory, emotional, evaluative and productive components. On the basis of this model features of such strong-willed qualities as persistence and organization at athletes of team and individual sports were revealed. As research methods used: bibliographic review of foreign and domestic psychological literature, testing, quantitative and qualitative analysis of empirical data.In particular, it was found that the perseverance of athletes in individual sports is manifested in the intentions of a personal nature, the desire to realize themselves, improve their financial situation, to be independent and independent. The persistence of team sports athletes is manifested in the desire to help others, in bringing the planned business to the end and in perseverance. As for organization, the athletes of individual sports is aimed more at the plant and interests of a personal nature, while the athletes of team sports with more focus on the interests of a public nature, they prefer order, often take the lead in organizing and preparing new cases, as well as carefully control and check themselves in the course of any work.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):44-54
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Teaching presentation skills in English language classes

Valleva E.E., Polukhina M.O.


In the modern world, public speaking skills are an important component of the education of future engineers and scientists. The lack of specific disciplines aimed at the formation of presentation skills means that most university graduates are unprepared to present at scientific conferences and professional meetings. Therefore, the discipline "Foreign Language", which includes the development of communicative speech skills, can be used for these purposes. This paper presents the experience of teaching presentation skills in English language classes to Master’s degree students majoring in engineering at the Department of Foreign Languages for Professional Communication at Kazan National Research Technological University. A large number of scientific and methodological works published on this topic make it possible to determine the stages and educational material for teaching presentation skills in a foreign language. The authors propose the technique for the gradual formation of skills in planning, designing and presenting the main parts of academic presentations in the English Language. The teaching materials and exercises presented here have been based on existing well-known practices and meet the international standards for presentation skills.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):55-65
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Development of linguoculturological competence using visual aids when teaching Russian as a foreign language

Gorlova E.A., Ershova O.V.


This paper presents the main types of visual aids, the inclusion of which in the process of teaching Russian as a Foreign Language is necessary. The concept of is characterized, which should be formed during the lessons in Russian as a Foreign Language, among other educational goals. The authors briefly describe the classification of the main types of visual aids, formed on the basis of the activity type of the student (language and non-language means). The paper justifies the importance of introducing various visual aids into the educational process for its intensification and increase of efficiency. There is a description of the possibilities of various visual aids for the formation of linguoculturological competence of students, which includes not only mastering the skills of using the Russian Language in various communicative situations, but also knowledge of culture, history and literature of the Russian Federation.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):66-77
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Permanent education throughout life as the aim and result

Elhova N.N., Krotov E.V., Rudakova R.B.


The modern characteristics of the labor market are its instability and uncertainty, so the constant development and self-development of a specialist, his professional growth is a necessity. One of the most important documents in the legal framework defining the sphere of education in the Russian Federation emphasizes the training and retraining of specialists for most sectors of economic and social development. The priority is the requests of modern youth for highly gualified and growing demands for educational services, focusing on the direction of training and retraining of scientific teaching staff because the training of specialists of various specialties and areas of professional activity degends on them. The young people today have the opportunity to choose an educational organization. The system of additional professional education was more popular, as it provides an opportunity for professional self-improvement, and getting a new specialty, carrying out the process of continuous professional self-determination, based on the "education throughout life". All this is an undeniable advantage of additional professional educationPermanenteducation helps to change the nature of interaction from the position of "Student- Teacher" to the position of "TEACHER of the FUTURE" such as digital, inspiring, knowledgeable, enthusiastic, guardian of wisdom - "STUDENT of the FUTURE" as self-managed. The article proposes a structural and functional model of education of the future, which provides everyone with the opportunity to choose an individual educational trajectory as an institutionalized support for learning and development throughout life.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):78-86
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Theory and pratice of translation and interpreting in minor degree programs at an engineering university

Ziyatdinova Y.N.


Globalization of the world economy and internationalization of higher education present new challenges to the university graduates. Today’s graduates should be professionally competitive in the global labor market and possess both hard and soft skills, including a wide range of personal traits that contribute to effective teamwork and communication. Among soft skills, one of the priorities is intercultural communication in a foreign language, ‘lingua franca’, which is English nowadays. Therefore, the majority of the Russian engineering universities offer minor degree programs in foreign languages to their students. These programs used to be regulated by the state educational standards for minor degree program ‘Translator in the Sphere of Professional Communication’, which terminated in 2013 after the new ’Law on Education in the Russian Federation’ came into force. Nowadays, every Russian university is empowered to develop and run its own minor degree programs, their curriculum can be flexible depending on thedemand of the particular interest groups. The majority of the universities keep the name of the program ‘Translator in the Sphere of Professional Communication’, but they change its content significantly. The issue under discussion is the ratio between the theoretical and practical courses in the study plan. On the one hand, minor degree programs aim to develop practical skills of the students, on the other hand, translation theory is also very important. The paper describes the experience of Kazan National Research Technological University in running its minor degree programs in foreign languagesand finding balance between theory and practice in the curriculum. The paper presents a new course developed combining theoretical and practical issues of translation and interpreting, the detailed content of the course, its interrelation with other courses of the study plan, and the learning outcomes. The paper concluded that blending theory and practice of translation in one course contributes to developing self-directed learning skills of the students thus improving the final learning outcomes.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):87-97
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Status of the profession of a teacher as a resource for increasing professional satisfaction

Krasnoshlykova O.G., Shefer I.V., Sadretdinova M.V., Borodkina E.V.


Based on the data of the sociological survey “Status of the Profession of a Teacher” conducted in the territory of Kemerovo Region since 2010, the authors analyze dynamics of the ideas of the region’s teachers about the status of their profession and elements that make up this status, determine the interrelation between the perception of the professional status by the teachers and their professional satisfaction, correlate the teachers’ opinions about the status oftheir profession with ideas of the general public to identify the social status of teachers, forecast changes, assess staff risks, obtain ideas about how professional and territorial mobility will be developed. Objective information about the social status of teachers obtained as a result of the survey of the teachers’ professional status makes it possible to take well-grounded managerial decisions and receive timely feedback on the measures already implemented.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):98-109
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Pedagogical means of formation of healthy lifestyle of students

Kretova I.G., Belyaeva O.V.


The paper presents the data of an anonymous survey of 770 students of the Samara University to study their attitude to a healthy lifestyle. Violations of the mode of work and rest, character of food, sleep, low physical activity, consumption of psychoactive substances are revealed. For the formation of skills of a healthy lifestyle, attracting attention to health and health care technology, protection principles in emergencies and first aid the staff of the Department uses conventional and interactive methods of teaching: the training and role-playing, debates, round tables, brainstorming, viewing, followed by a discussion themed art and documentary films, the decision of situational tasks. The inclusion in the training program of practical classes on temporary stopping of bleeding, practicing the skills of basic resuscitation on a dummy not only increases the interest of students in learning this discipline, but also really forms the skills of first aid. Concepts and acquired patterns, acquired skills, abilities, formed in the course of "Life Safety", students can use in the process of professional and social activities.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):110-118
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Formation of the creative potential of students of the of vuz (institute of higher education) of cultural

Кurina V.A., Protsenko E.G.


In this article the problem of creative potential of students of higher educational institution of culture as future specialists of the social and cultural sphere is actualized. In this regard, the clarification of the basic concepts of the problem. The authors analyze the methodological foundations of the formation of creative potential, as the modern world requires graduates of universities of culture readiness to creatively and productively solve emerging professional problems. The hypothesis of the study is that the use of such methods as creative project, role-playing games, training in the learning process can maximize the development of students' abilities and contribute to the formation of their creative potential. The organization of such training allows to diversify professional training of students. The main problem of this article is connected with the fact that, despite the existing methods of creative potential formation, the level of its formation remains extremely low; not all modern methods in teaching serve the needs of the student. The paper presents one of the possible solutions to this problem on the example of the methodology of classes on the developed course in the discipline "History of arts: history of cinema" with students of the University of culture of the direction of training 51.03.03 Socio-cultural activities. The features of the organization of classes, performance of practical tasks by students, a variety of used forms, methods and means of training, contributing to the formation of creative potential of students. The results of the work and the results obtained at the end of training in the discipline "Istria of arts: the History of cinema"are summed up. The authors identified the main approaches to the organization of classes (system, personality-oriented, competence-based, interdisciplinary). The paper emphasizes the importance of creating conditions for creative activity.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):119-129
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Intercultural communication competence development through student mobility programmes and through internationalisation at home

Makeeva E.Y., Gousseva N.


This paper assumes that internationalisation of higher education demands a variety of pedagogical approaches to facilitate every student’s acquisition of intercultural competencies. Drawing from two existing internationalisation approaches, it is argued that intercultural communication - both as a field of study and a discipline - can also play a key role in this process. Only graduates who possess intercultural communication competence as well asknowledge and such skills as cultural awareness, second language acquisition, and interaction across cultures will be able to live and work more effectively in a diverse and global environment.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):130-141
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Perspective models of developing educational activities of Sunday schools

Sannikov M.A.


The paper reveals the theoretical and methodological basis of the activities of Sunday schools in the parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church on the basis of religious and secular educational approaches. The author of the paper offers several models of educational activities and describes the activities of Sunday schools basing on the analysis of philosophical pedagogical literature: Sunday school supplementary education, supplementary Sunday training and pedagogical support for children, currently undergoing experimental testing at the parishes of Izhevsk diocese. It is the first time when the paper gives statistical and archival information about the number and the formation time of parish Sunday schools before the revolution of 1917 in the territory of Udmurtia that used to be a part of Vyatka Province, as well as the statistic information about their modern condition. On the basis of archival and statistical data, the paper gives an analysis of their activities, compares approaches, goals and objectives of the activity. The author explores the dynamic behavior of educational activities of Sunday schools, explains the content of the most advanced models of the educational activities, taking into account the development of modern educational technologies and describing the educational process in the spirit of Orthodox pedagogical culture.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):142-150
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Engineering education in Russia in the context of socio-historical development (18 - early 20 centuries)

Toporkova O.V.


The article considers the history of engineering education in our country in the pre-revolutionary period. What makes the study topical is the need for scientific understanding of the historical and pedagogical process of the development of Russian higher technical education, which will contribute to understanding its current state and determining the prospects for its development. As a result of the historical and pedagogical analysis, four stages of development of Russian higher technical education are defined: the stage of the emergence of professional technical education (the eighteenth century), the stage of the establishment of the system of technical education in Russia (the end of the 18th to the 50-s of the 19th century), the stage of increasing centralization in the management of the engineering education system (60-s - the mid-90-s of the 19 century), the stage of priority development of the Polytechnic Higher School (the second half of the 90-s of the 19 century - 1917). The article also presents the main characteristics of traditional models of engineering education in the Russian Empire, which include specialized branch institutes that train engineers just for one industry; technological institutes, traditionally teaching mechanical engineers and chemical engineers; multi-specialty polytechnic institutes; non-state higher technical school. Polytechnic institutes received priority development in pre-revolutionary Russia, realizing the idea of a rational combination of encyclopedic knowledge and narrow specialization in technical education.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):151-165
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Model of monitoring the quality of work of the university teacher

Fadeeva О.V.


One of the priority objectives of the reform of the modern education system is to improve the quality of education, which is understood as the level of training of students to Federal state standards and requirements in the field of education. The current Federal state educational standards are competence-oriented, that is, the result of the learning process is seen as a formed complex of General cultural, General professional and professional competencies. To determine the level of achievability of the tasks required effective mechanisms for assessing the degree of assimilation of students of the educational program - both external and internal. Systems of self-control and self-improvement become an integral part of the continuous process of work of any educational institution. In particular, the problem of increasing the effectiveness of the internal system of educational organization in the field of assessing the quality of teaching becomes particularly urgent.In this paper, based on the results of the study, a mathematical model for assessing the quality of students ' development of a set of competencies within a single discipline based on a comparison of the results of the current and intermediate certifications is proposed. This approach to assessing the work of the teacher is based on the idea of comparing the current and intermediate certifications, while the current certification is considered as an indicator of the level of preparedness of the student, and the result of the intermediate certification is considered as an indicator of the level of formation of competencies within the discipline. The considered method is based on the principle of interrelation of results of two types of certifications - intermediate and final, and for the purpose of increase of efficiency of work of this model and teaching in General it is possible to consider the offer on division of procedures of training and certification. The presented model of comparison of the results of the current and final work of students can be applied in the formation of effective mechanisms of internal evaluation of the quality of the educational program.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):166-176
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The development of a teenagers creative activity in the conditions of a pedagogical interaction

Cheremisina M.I., Pulina V.V.


In article the teoretiko-practical analysis of a problem of development of creative activity of teenagers in pedagogical interaction is carried out: basic concepts of a research (creativity, creative activity, development, pedagogical interaction) are revealed, the characteristic of age psychology and pedagogical features of the teenager in aspect of creative activity is given, stages of creative activity of teenagers from positions of requirements of new educational standards are revealed, the technology of development of creative activity of teenagers at geometry lessons is proved.The main stages of creative activity of teenagers and form of activity characteristic of these stages are analyzed. Change of forms of joint activity is investigated, beginning from the pedagogical control and imitative action characteristic of the first stage, to the joint activity characteristic of the second stage and before the self-induced independent activity characteristic of the third stage.The program of creative tasks in which the general principles and features of individual development of school students and also possibilities of educational process at geometry lessons keeping this development are considered is developed.The provision that the solution of the problem of development of creative activity of teenagers in educational process at lessons of geometry is possible, through productive to the creative nature of creative activity is confirmed.
Vestnik of Samara State Technical University Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences. 2018;15(4):177-188
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