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Control as a tool of development of student’s personality of non-linguistic profile on the basis of modular training

V.V. Vonog
80,00 Р

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.03-19.076

 

V.V. Vonog is Cand.Sci. (Culturology), doc., head of sub-faculty at Siberian Federal University e-mail: Vonog_vita@mail.ru

 

Substantiated is necessity of providing arguments in favor of transforming present-day assessment activity tools in compliance with current social demand, reflected in the goal of foreign language teaching. Within the framework of pro-ductive education theory, assessment activity has every opportunity and, thus, is expected to become a factor of learning individual’s development, conductive for evolving from pedagogic guidance to learning individual’s self-assessment and collective guidance of the learning process. The conclusion is supported by an example of modular training, implemented in teaching foreign language to post-graduate students of non-language profile at Siberian Federal University.

Key words: engineering education, control, development of personality, modular training.

 

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