Theory and Methodology of Teaching Foreign Languages and Cultures
Field of training
09.03.03 Applied Informatics
Mode of attendance
Institute of Foreign Languages, Modern Communications and Management, Department of Linguodidactics and Intercultural Communication
Doctor of Philological Sciences,
Acting Director of the Institute of Foreign Languages, Modern Communications and Management,
Chair of the Department of Linguodidactics and Intercultural Communication, Professor
The program trains the specialists in the theory of teaching foreign languages and cultures that own interdisciplinary competences in various fields of professional activity, including:
- linguistic education;
- interlanguage communication;
- intercultural communication;
Graduates know the fundamentals of intercultural communication, teaching foreign languages, language control, theoretical and applied linguistics. Among objects of their professional activity:
- theory and methodology of teaching foreign languages;
- foreign languages and cultures of the studied language;
- theory of intercultural communication;
- translation and translation studies.
By the end of the program you will be able to conduct the following types of professional activities: linguodidactic, translation and interpretation, consulting, information and linguistic, research activities
You can work as a pedagogical specialist (a teacher, an educational counselor, etc.) in educational organizations of various levels and forms.
Module 1. Humanitarian, social and economic fundamentals of professional activity.
Module 2. Health-saving techniques in professional activity.
Module 3.Communication in professional interaction.
Module 4. Linguistic module.
Module 5. Natural science and applied fundamentals of professional activity.
Module 6. Theory and history of language.
Module 7. Practice of modeling foreign speech.
Module 8. History and theory of language.