Глава 1. Обучение иноязычному чтению в вузе: обзор зарубежных и отечественных подходов
The introduction gives a review of current approaches to teaching reading in a foreign language at a university level developed in Western and Russian research. It describes the goals of the book and explains its structire.
The book "Reading in foreign languages in the University context: theoretical and applied issues" provides a rich theoretical and empirical account of the current state of research in the field of Foreign languages pedagogy worldwide.
Developing academic skills is a major purpose of foreign language studies. Reading skills are prior to raising language competence. Mastering different kinds of reading (skimming, reading for gist, scanning, reading for detail) leads to a general increase of language skills. The teacher's task is to train students to know what to learn and how to learn it. The article covers modern approaches to teaching reading skills.
The techniques of developing law students’ reading competence and a detailed description of reading competence development stages have been suggested. An analysis of the Federal Penitentiary Service cadets’ reading skills is undertaken. The researchers present their experimental learning results in this article further to testing their model tasks for working with texts.
The current article is devoted to the results of research aimed to identify the degree of the communicative competence of Tajik geology students. Typical lexical and grammatical mistakes and the main difficulties encountered by students at work with educational and professional texts are subjected to analysis.