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Title: Undergraduate courses in linguistics at universities of Great Britain
Authors: Komochkova, O.
Keywords: linguist;linguistics;undergraduate courses;professional training;British experience;higher education;university;Great Britain;curricula
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Komochkova O. Undergraduate courses in linguistics at universities of Great Britain / O. Komochkova // Comparative Professional Pedagogy. – 2015. – Vol. 5, Iss. 4. – P. 104-108.
Abstract: The concept of linguistics as a branch of science has been considered. Key abilities linguists possess have been defined. The need to apply to foreign experience, in particular, British one, has been justified. Relevant information sources, namely, Benchmark Statement for Linguistics (2007), data on Education UK, the official website for international students launched by the British Council, programme specifications for linguistics at a number of British universities have been reviewed. The list of higher education institutions (65) offering undergraduate courses (424) in Linguistics has been presented. Study options for undergraduate courses in Linguistics have been described. It has been stated that curricula in linguistics provided by higher education institutions do not greatly differ from each other by the content; nevertheless they preserve their own originality. General characteristics of study years (primarily three-year curricula) have been given. Teaching and learning methods and techniques as well assessment methods generally used at British universities have been listed. Positive aspects of British experience in professional training of future linguists have been outlined. Perspectives for improving the Ukrainian curricula for professional training of future linguists have been justified.
Content type: Стаття
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