NORDSCI Conference proceedings 2019, Book 1

Education and educational research

INNOVATIVE METHODS OF EDUCATION FOR DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE SKILLS 

Dr. Marta Gluchmanova, MA, PhD.

ABSTRACT

In my paper, I focus on teaching foreign languages at the Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies in Prešov at Technical University in Košice. The current satisfaction of students and teachers of foreign languages at the Faculty is proof that the introduction of new, more efficient, and more modern methods and forms of teaching can achieve even better results in the teaching process. Each change brings the need to think about other options on how to improve the current situation, what would be appropriate to incorporate into the learning process to increase the effectiveness of the lesson.
I consider that today universities, colleges, or other educational institutions already have not enough with the traditional way of teaching. They must respond to changes in technologies, but also to changing the behaviour and needs of their clients, in our case the students. Teachers need to understand that if they want their graduates to succeed not only in the domestic but also global labour market, in the foreign language environment, must be something to stand out, be different and offer better services. The faculty's success is also measured by being able to be a leader in innovation, flexibly identifying trends, and linking them to the needs of their students. In this regard, I will point out that the fourth industrial revolution is now often highlighted, and as students also see technology growth in their private lives, they are also looking forward to this at the Technical University. All relevant information in the various fields of science and research should be applied at a high level.

KEYWORDS

innovative education, languages skills, methods

REFERENCE

NORDSCI Conference Proceedings 2019, Book 1, Conference Proceedings, ISSN 2603-4107, ISBN 978-619-7495-05-8, INNOVATIVE METHODS OF EDUCATION FOR DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE SKILLS , 59-65 pp, DOI paper 10.32008/nordsci2019/b1/v2/08