MULTIMODALITY IN TEACHING ACADEMIC RESEARCH SKILLS: THE COGNITIVE CREATIVE METHODOLOGY CASE OF CRITICAL ASSESSMENT COMPETENCE SHAPING

Irina Ubozhenko, Zihao Zhang

DOI Number
https://doi.org/10.22190/JTESAP1904493U
First page
493
Last page
503

Abstract


In the proposed case study the authors show, how the original methodological algorithm may be used to creatively teach basic academic research skills and shape the fundamental research competence of professional literature critical assessment. The didactic technique of key concepts mind-mapping and presenting critical thinking reports by means of cognitive comprehensive reading professional academic literature is going to be demonstrated in the current paper as a creative tool of training analytical skills of critical evaluation, necessary for post graduate students involved in their early research activities.

Keywords

teaching research skills, academic writing, multimodality in teaching methodology, cognitive creative teaching techniques

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