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Gamification elements and online resources for teaching english lexics to future engineers at technical university
Shvaikina N.S., Oparina K.S., Kolosova E.I.
Information space as a factor of optimization of the future specialists’ self-education
Mingazheva E.A.
Experience of using the interactive form of masters’ midterm assessment in a foreign language
Igumnova O.V.
The mechanism of increase of professional level of the teacher of english language of high school
Kuzovenkova K.O.
Automated text processing: topic segmentation of educational texts
Solnyshkina M.I., Yarmakeev I.E., Gafiyatova E.V., Ismaeva F.K.
Conceptualization of the concept of "business" in the process of teaching a foreign language in a non-linguistic university
Morozova A.L., Kostyukova T.A.
Teaching english for professional purposes: methodological and organizational issues
Burenina N.V.
Peculiarities of task-based method in teaching the professional English language
Mironenko V.V.
Experience in organizing the cadets’ practical training by means of the discipline “Foreign language”
Igumnova O.V.
ESL students english business skills development (based on the authentic movies «The Devil Wears Prada» and «Promised Land»)
Sukhanova I.Y.
Online english learning: main problems and some ways to solve them
Kuregyan A.L., Pertsevaya E.A.
Module to scaffold the process of filling grant documents in English
Swartz C., Valeeva E.E.
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