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journalism, media communication, education, foreign language, student, professional communication
Purpose of the study: This research reveals the problem of teaching foreign languages to future journalists. Attention to the issue of learning and teaching foreign languages is dictated by their special role in the professional activities of journalists, which cover almost the entire world's geography and include systematic communication in a foreign language with native speakers.
Results: Under the conditions of constant transformations, it is not only the student audience that is changing, in particular, journalism and media communication students, by the example of which the high rate of transformations of the surrounding world becomes especially noticeable due to the specifics of their profession. Higher education, functioning in the age of the "digits", also undergoes great changes in terms of material selection and educational approaches. This study examines the feasibility of combining classical and modern educational technologies in the process of teaching a foreign language to future journalists.
Applications of this study: This research can be used for the universities, teachers, and students.
Novelty/Originality of this study: In this research, the model of the Teaching Foreign Languages to Journalism and Media Communication Students: The Combination of Modern and Classical Approaches are presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.
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