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Anfalova L.V. Readiness of foreign students for professional communication

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.11.p24-28
Readiness of foreign students for professional communication
Lyubov Vladimirovna Anfalova, the head of the international department, South Ural State Humanitarian Pedagogical University, Chelyabinsk

The article analyzed the question of foreign students’ readiness for professional communication at the Russian university. The article presents various types of interrelated aspects that contribute to the successful learning process and acquisition of knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for professional communication of foreign students. One more purpose of the article is to discuss the role of Russian language in the pre-university training, which is the first stage of professional education, forming the foundation for the successful preparation of foreign students to study the main profession. The author analyzes the situation of insufficient theoretical and practical elaboration of ways to improve the scientific and methodological activities of teaching staff, designed to ensure the effectiveness of training foreign students in a dynamically developing pedagogical process. The successful process of foreign students’ preparation at any Russian university will form the positive image of the Russian education system, also people and state. Having researched and analyzed the key points specified in this problem the author has concluded that the study of readiness for professional communication in particular among foreign students implies the additional researches related to the multicultural environment, intercultural communication and foreign language culture and behavior.
Keywords: readiness, foreign students, professional communication, readiness for professional communication, foreign language culture of communication, multicultural environment.

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Article arrived in edition 25.11.2020
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