The relevance of the article derives from the existence of various specialized communication spheres in professional activity in the conditions of international communication in accordance with national and international law in computer-assisted technical language training. The goal pursued by the authors is to develop computer technologies and introduce them into the training of maritime specialists. Major approaches to this issue are as follows: modular approach to training as a new educational paradigm facilitating the integration of the knowledge and skills of the future specialist into the complex socio-professional algorithms of behavior in a foreign language environment; use of methods and technologies adopted by the Bologna Process members and focused on the development of the competency-based training; development of student-centered approach to training; advancement of trainees’ creativity; employment of traditional methods, as well as innovative forms of training. The practical impact of the paper lies in providing theoretical grounds for the employment of informational units in the professional domain. The use of the methods and technologies adopted by the Bologna Process members implies competency-based training logic, student-centered approach, the redistribution of roles between the instructor and trainees, the advancement of trainees’ creativity, the use of various training forms, etc. The findings reveal the special conditions that guarantee the efficiency of the training process on the basis of a two-level module for technical language training of maritime specialists. The results can be recommended for university teachers who might find them useful in forming professional and communicative competence in the course of teaching maritime technical English.
set of general cultural competences, navigation, role play, simulator, radio communications in English, information training module.
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