Tavstukha O.G., Shavshaeva L.Yu., Andreeva E.I.
FORMATION OF INCLUSIVE READINESS OF FUTURE TEACHERS FUTURE KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS [№ 5 ' 2020]
The key idea of modern education is its individualization. The professional standard of a preschool teacher requires the ability to work with different categories of students, including children with special needs. Taking into account the needs, characteristics and possibilities is the main means of achieving the accessibility and quality of education for every child. The teacher’s ability to properly organize the educational process in various conditions, including in conditions of inclusion, determines the success of children in mastering the educational program, their emotional and personal well-being, and the safety of the kindergarten environment. The purpose of our research was to identify the structure and specificity of students’ readiness to implement inclusive preschool education. Diagnostics of the state of the main components of the professional readiness of the future teacher in the implementation of inclusive practice, made it possible to determine the main directions of our further work to improve the content of the work programs of academic disciplines, teaching methods at the university. Our capabilities have been significantly expanded by significant experience in the system of advanced training for kindergarten teacher. As a result, we identified the state of readiness of future preschool teachers to implement an inclusive approach by components, described the main mechanisms for further work to expand and deepen it. Further adherence to the proposed recommendations will allow building an integral system of training future kindergarten specialists who successfully carry out inclusive education.
Tavstukha O.G., Andreeva E.I., Miheeva E.V.
INCLUSIVE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF PRESCHOOL ORGANIZATION [№ 5 ' 2019]
The increase in the number of students with disabilities suggests an increased focus on the organization of their education. An inclusive approach ensures equal access to education for all children without discrimination. It is important to consider the needs of learners with disabilities and their healthy peers.
Pre-school age is the most effective in the organization of inclusive education. This is the period when communication skills are developed. The organization of an inclusive environment in order to include all students in an inclusive culture of kindergarten is relevant. Awareness of the value of difference will enable all participants in the educational process to feel comfortable and safe.
The aim of our study was to identify key aspects of creating an inclusive educational environment for kindergartens. Diagnostics of professional development courses made it possible to identify the most common problems with the introduction of inclusive education in kindergartens in the region. To address these challenges, we have engaged our own professional experience in the preschool education system.
As a result, we have highlighted the main principles of effective organization of inclusive educational environment and its components. We have described the content of the communicative-organizational, subject-spatial and content-methodical components of the inclusive educational environment. We presented a mechanism for interaction between kindergarten specialists and described their functions. The implementation of these principles and components of an inclusive educational environment will contribute to building a holistic system of inclusive preschool education in the kindergarten.
STRATEGIES OF TRANSLATING LINGUISTIC MEANS IN “STREAM-OF-CONSCIOUSNESS” TEXTS [№ 7 ' 2017]
The “Stream-of-Consciousness” technique, developed in the modernist literature period, is an irrational monologue, characterized by absence of a clear narration structure and chronological links between the events, as well as by violation of cause-and-effect relations, implication of events, unknown to the reader, mixing and shifting of timeline. The authors of “Stream-of-Consciousness” novels try to render a continuous flow of thoughts of characters by use of verbal means. This results in illogicalness, subjectivity, time-frame violation and the absence of a clear focus of thought. The strategy chosen for translating such novels should satisfy the need of preserving “Stream-of-Consciousness” peculiarities in the translation. Our analysis shows that two major strategies translators choose for translation of “Stream-of-Consciousness” novels by Virginia Woolf are the strategy of form, aimed at rendering formal structure peculiarities of the text, and the strategy of meaning, aimed at adequate reproduction of text meaning. The strategy of meaning is relevant for the translation of such literary devices as onomatopoeia and inversion, while the strategy of form is realized in the translation of aposiopesis and free indirect speech. Translation of expressive vocabulary, parenthesis, repetition, detachment and parallelism requires the combination of the strategy of form and the strategy of meaning, which allows preserving both functional and formal peculiarities of these devices. The application of both the strategy of form and the strategy of meaning makes it possible to reflect all stylistic, language and punctuation means of the original text in the translation, which provides the proper aesthetic impact on the reader.
REPRODUCTION OF FIGURATIVE AND SYMBOLIC MEANINGS IN TRANSLATION (THE CASE OF JOHN KEATS' WORKS) [№ 11 ' 2015]
A word is considered to be the unit of the literary text which concentrates the image with the depth of symbolic meaning behind it. This multiple meaning is a considerable difficulty for a translator, as inadequate attention to a word often leads to deformation of the figurative idea of the text. The aim of the research is set in connection with the problem: to analyze the way the poet suggests the reader that the word in the text has the symbolic meaning and the way an image and a symbol interact or contradict each other. The research is also aimed at analyzing translator's decisions that can result in rendering or loss of symbolic meaning. In the analyzed ballad by John Keats there are displayed the words-images that describe and organize relations between the hero and the Belle Dame, as well as the symbolic meaning that is behind them and depicts the tragic picture of hero's death because of the "forbidden" love: "knight-at-arms", "faery", "steed", "honey", "grot". An image and a symbolic meaning are revealed in these words with the help of explanatory and special dictionaries; the meanings are compared with the meanings of words substituting them in variants of translation into Russian. The article points out that a translator while working with such words-images-symbols should do a profound analysis of components in word's meaning and pay great attention to the choice of translation variants, as an inaccurate word can ruin the image or the symbol or both.
Andreeva E.L., Zakharova V.V., Ratner A.V.
THE ROLE OF THE STATE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL POLICY IN SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIA AND ITS REGIONS [№ 4 ' 2014]
The article presents a brief historical overview of building a unified state policy in the field of science. The evolution of the term "Science and Technological Policy" is presented and main objectives of state and regional science and technology policy are reflected. The priorities of the development of science, technology and engineering in the Russian Federation are highlighted.
"THE OBNOSKOV FAMILY" BY ALEKSANDR SHELLER-MIKHAILOV AND "ANNA KARENINA" BY LEO TOLSTOY: ART LOANS, GENETIC AND TYPOLOGICAL SIMILARITIES [№ 1 ' 2014]
The author of the article considers the question of possible influence of the novel "The Obnoskov Family" by Aleksandr Sheller-Mikhailov on the process of the creation of the novel "Anna Karenina" by Leo Tolstoy, reason on borrowings and creative mastering events, on their place and value at creation of the artistic system, special in its world-likeness by Tolstoy.
Andreeva M.A., Kholdobin D.B.
POSSIBILITY OF EDUCATION IN THE FORMATION OF THE SOCIAL ACTIVITY OF THE STUDENTS' PERSONALITY AS A CITIZEN-PATRIOT [№ 5 ' 2013]
The study considers the pedagogical possibilities of education in the formation of the social activity of the students personality as a citizen-patriot. It substantiates the role of the public practice of educational institutions in the process of formation of basic national values.
THE PROJECTING OF PRODUCT COST CREATION CHAINS IN FOOD INDUSTRY [№ 13 ' 2011]
Structural and logical sequence of the stages of projecting of product cost creation chains in food industry is substantiated in the article. This sequence is based on the analysis of intersectoral chain of final product production, the dynamics of product price, identification of managing link in the chain, the calculation of integral indicators of the quality of added cost. The method of effectiveness evaluation of product cost creation chain in food industry is offered in the article. The algorithm is supplemented of the scheme of cost creation chain of a final product forming with regard of key elements: materialfluss, basic processes, basic ways of activity, participants.
Andreyeva T.V., Yermakova Zh.A.
VALUE ADDED IN THE SYSTEM OF ANALYSIS OF THE PRODUCTION CHAIN (FOR EXAMPLE, THE FOOD INDUSTRY OF THE ORENBURG REGION) [№ 10 ' 2011]
The authors carried out the analysis of the production chain of bakery, pastaand flour confectionery products based on value added and return on sales. The authors identified the proportions of the distribution of added value and profits between the principal actors in the chain. The main factors affecting the amount of value added of each participant in the chain are defined as well as far-reaching activities for producers of bread products with a view to increasing the value added and improving its structure.
Andreeva T.V., Ermakova Zh.A.
CHAINS FORMING OF CREATION OF PRODUCT COST IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY [№ 1 ' 2011]
The scheme of chains of cost forming in baking, confectionary and macaroni branches is formed in the frames of peculiarities research of added cost forming and distribution. In particular the authors determine the structure and position of different participants in the chain, reveal key management links in each of chains, establish general reserves of growth of added cost and food enterprises competitiveness and supplement the chains classification of cost formation.
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LAWS AND LEGAL INTERESTS DEFENSE OF PERSONS, SUFFERED FROM CRIME COMMITMENT, REGARDING TO THE CASES CATEGORY OF PRIVATE PROSECUTION: MYTH OR REALITY? [№ 3 ' 2006]
This article is devoted to the problems of laws and legal interests defense of persons, suffered from crime commitment, regarding to the cases category of private prosecution.
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