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Foreign military persons of engineering technical specialization: mental psychological and cognitive peculiarities of students’ contingent

E.V. Kosterina
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E.V. Kosterina is Cand. Sci. in Pedagogy, Doc. at Military Аcademy of Аrmy Аir Defense Armed Forces of the RF n.a. marshal of the Soviet Union A.M. Vasilevsky



Researched are specific features of the process of training of foreign military persons in Russian military high schools. Discussed is contingent of foreign military persons of engineer and technician profile of training in terms of mental, psychological and cognitive features of such. Denoted is the problem of integral lingua-didactic system of studying Russian language by cadets of military high schools of the RF, as well as defined are peculiarities of educational professional sphere activity of military persons, and also of the process of formation of professional identity of personality of military engineer. The author’s conclusion is made, that in the process of training of the contingent of foreign military persons there if the need of reckoning of their grounding in operational and administrative activity, as well as their psychological features in assimilation of linguistic material.

Key words: educational and professional sphere of activity, foreign military persons, engineer and technician profile of training, mental, psychological and cognitive features, military engineer.



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