The latest trends in the development of training programs for several related languages at the same time in European countries

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Abstract

Against the background of globalisation more and more professionals who master several foreign languages are needed. In some European universities they have launched pilot projects of teaching from 3 to 5 related languages at the same time within the frame of one course. One language is supposed to be known at C1-C2 level including all kinds of activities (both productive and perceptive) while all the other languages are taught to be understood when listening and reading. The article presents the history of the project, focuses on learning techniques within the frame of the programmes and outlines some perspectives.

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Keywords: рrogrammes of teaching, related languages, simultaneously, European universities, history, current situation, perspectives

Journal rubric: Linguodidactics and Innovations.Psychological Basis of Learning Languages and Cultures.

Article type: scientific article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/langt.2018050207

For citation: Molnar A.A. The latest trends in the development of training programs for several related languages at the same time in European countries [Elektronnyi resurs]. Âzyk i tekst = Language and Text, 2018. Vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 44–49. DOI: 10.17759/langt.2018050207. (In Russ., аbstr. in Engl.)

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Information About the Authors

A. A. Molnar, PhD in Philology, Assistant Professor at the Department of Foreign Languages for Coivil Servants, RANEPA, Moscow, Russia, e-mail: lomnar@mail.ru

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