ORGANIZATION OF DISTANCE SUBJECT-SUBJECT INTERACTION IN THE COURSE OF FUTURE ENGLISH PHILOLOGISTS TRAINING
AbstractThe article provides theoretical background and experimental substantiation of the organization of distance subject-subject interaction in the course of future English philologists training. The actual course of subjectness development in students which is directed to vocational and pedagogical activities applies those informational and communicative technologies which would contribute to the personal development of the students as the subjects of vocational and pedagogical activities. It also deals with the the most rational Internet technologies which provide the didactic resources and the ability to implement subject-subject interaction between the teachers and the students. Hence, distance form of interaction has particular advantages, for example: prompt transmission of different amounts of information to any distance and in any form: sound (Podcast), visual (PowerPoint Presentation), text (a report on teaching practice, exercises, portfolio), graphic, etc.; possibility to effectively change the information via the Internet from the workplace; possibility of interactive communication with the help of purposefully created multimedia information and operative feedback etc. The criteria for the subjectness development in the future English language philologists have been identified. It has been found out that the first criterion concerns value-motivational sphere of the personality of the future philologist; the second criterion is the criterion of subjectness, which characterizes self-knowledge and self-education of the future teachers; the third criterion allows to determine the subjectness of the future teachers concerning self-improvement and self-development at the university; the fourth criterion proves the acquisition of subjectness related to self-reflection by the future philologists. The experimental system of the subjectness development in the future English philologists included four blocks, which define the stages of the subjectness development, and which are united by the common goal and contents. In practice, this system was introduced at the stage of the developing experiment, which provided for the development of methodological recommendations for the university teachers on the organization of subject-subject interaction of the future English philologists within the distance specialized course.
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