Cross-cultural linguistic workshop on the Ukrainian language with resource-based learning of foreign students

Authors

  • Nataliia Kononets
  • Valeriy Zhamardiy Poltava State Medical University
  • Olena Shkola
  • Yuliia Sribna
  • Serhii Novopismennyi
  • Ljubov Khomenko

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47750/jett.2021.12.04.006

Keywords:

resource-based learning, learning process, concept, electronic educational resource, cross-cultural education.

Abstract

The article presents the results of the experience of creating educational sites for the implementation of resource-based learning, which is interpreted as a holistic dynamic process of organizing and stimulating independent cognitive activity of foreign students to master the skills of active transformation of the information environment, mastering by students of knowledge of the Ukrainian language, cross-cultural knowledge taking into account information needs of the chosen educational program which provides optimal use of information resources by the triad «student-teacher-librarian».

The aim of the study is to characterize the main directions of RBL implementation in the study of the Ukrainian language by foreign students at the universities of Poltava, Ukraine. The experiment involved 246 foreign students from the Ukoopspilka University "Poltava University of Economics and Trade". The experiment was carried out in a distance learning environment. Research methods are as follows: theoretical, empirical, methods of mathematical statistics. The main directions of implementation of resource-based learning in the study of the Ukrainian language by foreign students were determined: 1) development of educational sites for teachers and their further implementation in the learning process; 2) didactic contamination and intensification of independent cognitive activity of students during training on the basis of use of information resources; 3) informative saturation of electronic educational resources for activation of independent cognitive activity.

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Published

2021-11-30

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