Content and language integrated competence of students at non-linguistic universities
Modern Russia has almost completely integrated into the global economy and education. The mentioned conditions open competition in all fields. To attain the new goals set by the state, it is necessary to establish or modernize institutions of professional education, as well as their inner processes. In this regard, the Russian system of higher education has been entrusted with the task to prepare a highly qualified and competitive graduate who meets the requirements of the market economy. The basic methods of this study were as follows: the content and language integrated approach including the basics and principles of content and language, integrated learning, the socio-constructivist approach to language learning, and the competency-based approach implemented in the Russian higher education. Regarding globalization and a trend to increasing academic mobility, highly qualified specialists who speak a foreign language within their professional field can be prepared if vocational education aims to form the content and language integrated competence of future specialists. Since there is a strong need for new approaches to teaching foreign languages at non-linguistic universities, the authors of the article have addressed efficient foreign methods including content and language integrated learning.
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