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Psychological Competence of a Teacher in Communication

Communication in the modern psychological literature is presented in various sometimes contradictory definitions. Well-established is a fact of development of a personality in a society. Pedagogical communication influences the personal becoming and development of a child, and it means, that specific requirements are set to it. Teacher’s ability to manage his own temper is a key and allows to make a communication much more effective: bring new sense, come to mutual understanding and constructive solution of a pedagogical situation or a conflict.

Educating of Junior Schoolchildren to Creation of Text-reasoning in the Process of Raising and Decision of Orthographic Tasks

Teaching younger students the proper letter is conditioned not only by knowledge of spelling rules, but also the ability to use them in practical activity that forms the basis of a General method of formulating and solving a spelling problem. However, in school practice remains significant in the organization of the spelling work in class it is the student mastering the rules, which is then reduced them to writing, although problems in choosing certain letters appear directly in the process of writing words, sentences, text.

The Conditions for Reading Texts in the Learning Process

This article deals with reading text as a sense-carrier. Such an arrangement emphasizes the actuality of the problem of meaning changing in today's education: from the scientific needs of society only in the consumption of knowledge to comprehend meanings, the development of one's own attitude to content. The author after M. M. Bahtin emphasizes the dialogic nature of the text reading process and introduces the concept of "counter text" as a certain reflector of the reader's subjective positions.

Learning to Read Globally in the Primary School for the «English-Focus 2–4» Training and Methodological Complex

This article is devoted to the comparison of the existing methods of teaching primary school students to read in English. There are 2 widespread methods — a traditional one (when students learn the rules of reading) and the whole-word one (when students read words as a whole unit). The article states the advantages and disadvantages of these methods, concentrating on the psychological characteristics of primary school students. The author comes to the conclusion, that the only right way is to combine these methods, as it was done in Spotlight 2–4.

Some of the Learning Strategies that Empower Teaching English with Letterland

The article focuses on the original technology of the author that can empower teaching English with Letterland. For many years educators in English-speaking countries rejected traditional teaching of phonics, believing that because English spelling is so irregular, to give priority to teaching letter sounds was too difficult and confusing. It required too much rote learning, it was unpopular and boring for 5–7 year-olds, and worse, it gave them a distaste for reading.

Formation of Cognitive Actions of Schoolchildren Through the Creation of Geographical Images

The main problem considered in this article is the development of cognitive universal educational activities. The relevance of the topic is related to the necessity for students to develop skills in working with various types of information, the ability for analyzing and transforming it in conditions of rapid knowledge’s updating. This is an essential condition for maintaining competitiveness in the labor marketing the information society. The author proposes an approach to the development of cognitive universal educational activities through the formation of geographical images.

Forms and Methods of Support of the Gifted Youth

The article deals with the problem of ensuring the innovative development of the state, focuses on the early identification and development of talented young people, providing them with support by professional educational institutions. The authors acquaint with practical experience of identification, support and training of gifted youth in educational institutions of secondary professional education of the Novosibirsk region. The criteria of classification of the manifestation of talent and giftedness are investigated.

Creating Psychological Comfort in Teaching a Foreign Language

The reason for writing this article is sharing the results of the authors work experience as a high school lecturer. In author’s opinion, combining pedagogical skills and knowledge of psychology is vital for realization of the high school goals. The article gives a critical view of today’s higher education and offers some ways to alter its inconsistencies through the personality approach and using psychological activity motivating methods. Among them are: the method of watching, reinforcement and psychological consultation.

Interdisciplinary Interaction in Teaching History and English as a Foreign Language

In the Russian Federation, there is evidently a growing interest both from government and society to the problems of patriotic education of citizens. Various aspects of spiritual, moral and military-patriotic education are under active discussion in the research literature as well as theoretical and practical issues of upbringing of the young generation. This article describes the experience in teaching History and English as a Foreign Language (EFL) in Pedagogical University.

Preparation of the University Teacher for International Academic Mobility

The article describes experience of implementing language-training projects for staff training in Novosibirsk institutions of higher education to participate in the programs of international academic mobility. The author discusses effectiveness and results of the projects, outlines their problem zones and difficulties of implementation.

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