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Methodological Development of Compilation of Tasks to Prepare for RNE in English

Student: Elizaveta Karmalito

Supervisor: Elena Lutkova

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Pedagogy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The theoretical part of these papers aims at substantiating the need to create a new methodological development of compilation of tasks to prepare for RNE in English For this purpose, such a theoretical concept as a foreign language communicative competence is studied, and the RNE is considered as a way to control the possession of this competence. The part of the research, in which the existing textbooks for preparing for this exam, conducted focus groups and a survey of teachers were analysed, describes the problems that arise at different stages of preparation for the RNE in English. The section with the results of the testing describes the progress made in creating and using a collection of tasks for preparing for the RNE in English, as well as provides recommendations from current English language teachers.

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