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Student
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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Elena Tulguk
Developing Socio-Cultural Knowledge and Skills in Pre-set Teacher Training (Based on the Topic ‘UK Landmarks and Outstanding Personalities of the 20th Century’)
8
2017
In the modern world graduated linguists are required to not just know a foreign language, but to be ready for cross-cultural communication, which means having a deep knowledge in history, geography, culturology, art, etc. We find it very important to have knowledge of 20th century, and how the country of the studied language contributed to its development as events of this time are directly related to the events taking place in the world today.

In this regard, we made an attempt to determine the necessary socio-cultural knowledge and skills for undergraduate students in the specialty "Linguistics 035700" as part of the study of the topic "outstanding events and figures of Great Britain of the 20th century".

This paper studies the concept of sociocultural competence in the scientific literature and regulatory documents, as well as the approaches for determining the content of sociocultural competence in syllabuses of universities. As a result, using various textbooks on the history of Great Britain, we have created a list of events and personalities that were most important for the history of Great Britain during the 20th century and must be known by linguistic students.

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