E: Education

When education and studying Foreign Languages in particular has become so interdisciplinary, practice-oriented and multifaceted it is, on the one hand, hard and, on the other, so intriguing to define the educating process. Thus, the purpose of the section is to examine and share various visions on the process, to attempt to detect all possible benefits of existing approaches, methods, technologies and concepts. Multiple-level character and integrity of the domain serves as a basis for singling out whole thematic clusters which we would gladly suggest for discussing.

Foreign Language learning incorporates dealing with a wide range of tasks and is inextricably connected with the constantly changing world, moreover, it is closely connected with a number of disciplines, namely, translation studies, sociology, psychology, business and others. On top of that, Foreign Language learning intensifies brainwork, improves performance, assists in adapting to new cultural reality, which in turn discovers unlimited opportunities. The scope is but not limited to the following issues:

  • Modern problems of the Foreign Languages teaching methodology and the ways of their solving.
  • Teaching translation, Intercultural Communication, International affairs and Business communication at Foreign Language classes.
  • The role of art, music and creative work within Foreign Languages teaching.
  • Soft skills development through Foreign Languages.
  • Project-based learning as a vector of language education development.
  • Gamification as one of the tools of teaching a foreign language.
  • Psychology of learning.
  • Inclusive environment: new challenges and solutions.
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