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Title: Framework of future linguists’ research activities: the UK experience
Authors: Komochkova, O.
Keywords: linguistics;linguist;research;research activities;the UK;lingustic project;bachelor / master dissertation
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Khmelnytskyi National University
Citation: Komochkova O. Framework of future linguists’ research activities: the UK experience / O. Komochkova // Comparative Professional Pedagogy. – 2020. – № 10 (2-3). – P. 48-57.
Abstract: In the UK, research training of future linguists plays a rather important role in developing their scientific culture and mindset, research stance and also fosters respect for scientific contributions from other members of the scientific community within and outside the UK. Research training of future linguists in British universities is characterized by diversified research activities (linguists projects, bachelor / master dissertations, organization of student scientific conferences, compilation of research bibliographies); prevalence of independent research activities over classroom work. Linguistic projects can be compulsory and optional. Research training in linguistics with their help covers all years of study. The structure of bachelor and master dissertations in linguistics is not significantly different and usually consists of the following components: a) title page; b) abstract; c) introduction; d) analysis of recent publications; e) research methodology; e) output data and their analysis; e) discussion; g) conclusions; h) sources used. British universities also involve candidates in departmental research projects. This allows future linguists to work side-by-side with their lecturers, promote their own research portfolios, participate in modern linguistic research and gain the valuable experience they will apply in their professional activities, in particular in the research field. The authors of the article believe that it is also important to establish linguistic circles, which should include meetings with the leading linguists. Based on the analyzed data, one can determine the following characteristics of future linguists’ research activities in British universities: a) diversification of research activities (implementing linguistic projects, writing bachelor / master dissertations, organizing student scientific conferences, compiling research references); b) prevalence of independent work over classroom work (1:2); c) active collaboration of British higher education institutions with the Linguistics Association of Great Britain; d) introduction of financial and individual incentives into research activities; e) involvement of future linguists in departmental research projects in linguistics; f) effective development of future linguists’ research portfolio (improving their skills in using information technologies, teamwork skills and organizational skills). Keywords: linguistics, linguist, research, research activities, the UK, lingustic project, bachelor / master dissertation.
URI: http://elar.khnu.km.ua/jspui/handle/123456789/9984
metadata.dc.type: Стаття
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