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FORMATION OF THE KEY LANGUAGE COMPETENCE OF FUTURE TEACHERS OF UKRAINIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE BY THE USE OF THE DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY OF MICROLEARNING

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DOI: 10.34916/el.2019.11.32

Tetiana Simonenko, Yuliia Nikitska Bohdan Khmelnytsky National University (Ukraine)

Abstract: The article materials are devoted to the current problem in the system of higher education, namely the presentation of the experimental work for the formation of linguistic competence by using the technology of microlearning in the system of preparing for future teachers of Ukrainian language and literature in studying the course “Fundamentals of speech Culture.” The scientific studio presents the experience of microlearning students using the capabilities of social networks Facebook and Instagram, as well as experimental data that capture the dynamics of the development of linguistic competence as the key.

Keywords: higher education, language competence as a key, microlearning, the course “Fundamentals of Speech Culture”, future teachers, digital technologies

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