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JCR. 2020; 7(17): 1506-1510


Tamara Ishchenko, Zhanna Babiak, Viktor Hladush, Viera Šilonová, Liudmyla Nikolenko, Stanislav Sapozhnykov.

In this article, we've studied the problems of introducing the case method in the educational
process when teaching a foreign language to students of non-linguistic specialties. The application of the case
method can provide the development of competencies that are necessary for the relevance of a specialist in the
labor market.

Key words: Competent approach, training, case method, language-learning, learning a foreign language.

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