Marianna Kniazian, Olena Khromchenko, Larisa Sushchenko

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The article discusses the problem of the formation of future teachers’ project competence to design learning process of General English (GE), Language for Specific Purposes (LSP) and English for Specific Purposes (ESP). We used the questionnaire to identify the interest of the third-year students in learning GE, methods, as well as factors which influence the study of GE at Odessa I. I. Mechnikov National University. The methods of expert assessment and self-assessment were used to identify the level of project competence, based on such indicators, as the ability to determine the current level of language and professional training of students, their interests and skills; the ability to single out relevant information and communication technologies that are optimal for teaching GE, ESP and LSP in each group of students; the ability to differentiate methods to enhance the interest of students, create a positive emotional atmosphere in the classroom; the ability to determine the prospects for the development of personal and professional qualities of students; the ability to select the best methods for each student to study GE, ESP, LSP using on-line, e-learning. The data reflects levels of formation of project competence. In order to form this competence of future teachers, we have developed the project activities and creative tasks, aimed at the formation of skills and knowledge about the organization of learning process of GE, LSP and ESP.


project competence, design, learning process, future teachers

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