The Faculty of philology of the conference "Young Science" meeting section "Actual problems of teaching philological sciences"
April 9th as part of VI University Scientific Conference of Students and Young Scientists "Young Science 2013" was a meeting of the scientific section "Actual problems of teaching philological disciplines."
The event was held under the chairmanship candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor of Slavic and general linguistics Irene Bakalenko. Section - III year student of the Faculty of philology Marina Denysenko. During the section of their reports were Anastasia Galko ("Modern approaches to reading in the school literary education"), Marina Denysenko ("Generalization and systematization of knowledge grade 8 class with Ukrainian literature using game tasks"), Inna Drozdova ("Using gaming model lesson in the study of fifth graders tales"), Alina Makarenko ("Lead a discussion in teaching Russian as a foreign language "), Victoria Omelchenko ("Innovative methods of presentation lectures in the classroom Ukrainian literature"), Julia Pycmenna ("Features Overview presentation topics with Ukrainian literature in the 9th grade").
Also - Elizabeth Polishchuk ("Development of creative abilities of students in the use of interactive technology in the classroom Ukrainian literature"), Jeanne Rahryna (" Information technology as a means to enhance learning Russian language students do not philologists "), Catherine Rybak ("Enhancing learning of students through the introduction of interactive technologies in the classroom literature”), Victoria Teodorova ("Study of novel Gonchar" A moment of happiness "in school") and Natalia Yurchenko ("shaped the world works Oles Gonchar in school learning ').
During the discussion of the participants identified the current problems of teaching philological sciences, basic aspects of language and literature in high school, ways to motivate students to read the works of art and the use of clarity and technical training in the classroom language and literature. They also substantiated opinion on the use of various methods of gaming in the classroom at school. The event also discussed the importance of introducing innovations in the study of language and literature at the school and the possibility of using the discussion while learning Russian as a foreign language.
Especially guide section marked scientific research Denysenko Marina, Victoria Omelchenko, Julia Pycmenna, Polishchuk Elizabeth and Catherine Rybak.