International Journal of Russian Studies
Uluslararası Rusya Araştırmaları Dergisi
ISSN: 1307 – 3419, Ankara – TÜRKİYE
Volume 4/2 July 2011
МАРИАННА БАЛАСАНЯН, ИРМА КУРДАДЗЕ, НИКОЛОЗ АХАЛКАЦИ
О НЕКОТОРЫХ ВОПРОСАХ ПОДГОТОВКИ ПЕДАГОГА В ВЫСШЕМ УЧЕБНОМ ЗАВЕДЕНИИ pp. 1-6
It is essential to provide new strategies, new methods and technologies of teaching for realization of the important issues in the educational sistem in
Georgia. One of these progressive attitudes to educational sistem in high school, active methods of teaching can be considered.
In modern pedagogiks under this term quite wide range of mehods; such as problem-soivy lecture, lecture-dialog, discussion, evristical talk, analisis and role-play, business game.
For realization of the goal and the problem of the reserch we used the following methods: tre methods of theoretical analisis of our data showed us the individual pecularities of teaching some of them only protect infoormative methods of teaching and some of them use active methods. According to the survey among lecturers, wwhat teaching methods to use, we fund out that there are objective factors related to the context and the material and subjective factors connected with the lecthur`s and students charachteristics and th type of relation between students and lecturers.
Key words: teacher`s new methods at Higher Educational Institution, education in Georgia.
РАЗВИТИЕ ОБЩЕГО И ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНОГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ В СИБИРИ в ХIХ - начале ХХ вв. pp. 7-27
The quantity of high schools and professional schools was increased in
Siberia at the period from 19 to the beginning of 20 centuries. These schools were opened by the state's and businessmen's finances. It was promoted to the development of this region, but this number was not enough for the large territory. The insufficient quantity of schools prevented to the process of modernization.
Key words: education, schools, policy of authority, Siberia, modernization.
УЧИТЬ ИЛИ НЕ УЧИТЬ ДЕТЕЙ РУССКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ? pp. 28-32
More children want to study the Russian language, more precisely, more and more adults wish that their children knew the Russian language. However, it has become clear that it is hopeless to try to teach children (and adults), living in non-Russian-speaking environments, with textbooks written for Russian-speaking children, that is native speakers of Russian. But the demand for textbooks for children, whose native language has ceased to be or never was Russian, continues to increase. The preservation of Russian for children, as well as the development of a modern language, is of interest for cultural reasons on the part of parents, grandmothers and grandfathers. They also understand the advantage of acquiring a second language when children can learn it as a second native language, that it will be an advantage for their childeren’s future lives and careers. But for children, the majority of advantages are in the future; they are an abstraction, and may not be interested in future employment, and if the benefits are not clear or the language is difficult for the pupil, he refuses to be engaged.
Keywords: Russian language, adults, native speakers, children, to learn.