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Issue 17, January 2016

Sonya Ilieva, BULGARIA

Professor DsC, Lecturer at Department of Social workat Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

INCLUSION OF LANGUAGE TEACHING IN THE CURRICULUM OF SPECIALTY SOCIAL ACTIVITIES. POLLS.

Abstract: The paper presented the results of sociological research by students of specialty Social Activities at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen. This drilling was prompted by the recommendation of the National Agency for Assessment and Accreditation- NAAA to provide additional conditions for more targeted language training to students of specialty. The established methodology for drilling, together with the instruments and recorded empirical data enable conclusions to be implemented to direct Department of Social Work to correct in making crucial research question. They are detailed in fashioning the article.

Natalia Pavlova, BULGARIA

Vice Rector for scientific research and international project activity at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen, Associate Professor PhD at Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

 

Krasimir Harizanov, BULGARIA

Assistant at Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

Sunay Aliev, BULGARIA

Student at Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

at Konstantin Preslavsky –University of Shumen

 

Deniz Eminov, BULGARIA

Student at Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

at Konstantin Preslavsky –University of Shumen

 

FIRST STEPS IN E-LEARNING. PERSPECTIVE ON TEACHING PRACTICE.

Abstract: This article presents e-learning from a student perspective. Group that uses the possibilities of e-learning for the first time is covered in the sample. Highlighted are some of the desired content and format of the courses mentioned and qualifications related to the pedagogical preparation of students – trainees, by the group.

S. Ariunaa, MONGOLIA

PhD, Senior Lecturer Department of Finance, School of Business, National University of Mongolia

 

B. Batjargal, MONGOLIA

Chief expert, The Policy implementation and planning department of SIGO, Mongolia

 

SOME APPROACHES TO IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BASIC PENSION INSURANCE SYSTEM IN MONGOLIA

Abstract: The effective operation of financial system plays an important role in providing the stable financial condition, increasing the financial intermediation scope, providing the base of secured population living and promoting development. In order to provide the pension insurance fund of Mongolia with the independent and effective operation, the basis of the national basic pension insurance in Mongolia was formulated by calculating the planning and sources of this fund based on this research on current pension insurance system and its comparison to the similar system of some countries. The methods such as comparison, integration, conclusion, mathematic-statistics and prost program were used in the research. The specific features of pension insurance systems of Chile, Sweden and Japan were compared. If the basic pension is issued to all people who got on for 60, the significant state budget burden will occur.  To avoid this problem it is accepted to issue a pension to people who have paid for social insurance contribution for 10 years.  If people pay contribution for 10 years, they can get pension of 2nd phase proportionally and plus basic pension. Some renovation of pension insurance system in Mongolia is going to begin in 2017, and it is expected to finish in 2030.  If it is not immediately start such innovation, the demographic structure of our country will be complicated.  It is suitable that the basic pension rate should be established by considering the minimum level of living. In case of its establishment of 118,1 thousand MNT, it may account for 1.7-1.6% of GDP and 4.9-4.0% of the united state budget.

Maria Dombrowicz, POLAND

PhD at Kazimierz Wielki University, 30 Jana Karola Chodkiewicza, 85-064  Bydgoszcz,  Poland

 

Paulina Gruszka, POLAND

Kazimierz Wielki University, 30 Jana Karola Chodkiewicza, 85-064  Bydgoszcz,  Poland

 

Izabela Jarecka, POLAND

Kazimierz Wielki University, 30 Jana Karola Chodkiewicza, 85-064  Bydgoszcz,  Poland

 

Milena Stoyanova, BULGARIA

Assistant professor at Department of Tourism at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

CULTURAL HERITAGE OF VARNA AND ITS TOURIST RECOGNISABILITY IN EUROPE

Abstract: Cultural heritage of the European civilization constitutes cultural and spiritual property of the ancestors, as well as current generations of the Varna city. It represents both material and non-material value, defines the European culture. It includes all the environmental consequences arising from the interaction between the man and the surroundings over the course of history. Assessment of tourist potential of Varna performed in September 2014, by the members of the “European Traveler” scientific circle, students of tourist and recreation, as well as heritage and culture tourism at Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz and now continuing cooperation with the Department of Tourism in Shumen University, made it possible to identify the main points of tourist recognisability in relation to the city and region. The said points are predominantly based on the unique cultural assets of the city and the region, in large measure related to the origins of the European civilization, as well as current cultural events organized in the city.

Galina Shchetinina, RUSSIA

Candidate of Philological Sciences, Kuban State University, Slavyansk-on-Kuban, RF

 

THE SUDJECT OF NATIONAL EXISTENCE AND AUTHORS PERSONALITY

Abstract: The directions of terms “ethnical” and “national” are interrelated, but not always is realized the fact that they don`t completely coincide in their comprehensive contents and can`t be replaced by each other. It is important to differentiate methodologically and to specify concept`s range under the system-holistic view of the problem of artistic presentation of the national diversity.

Kristina Rataychik, POLAND

PhD at Rusistika Institute, Department of Linguistics at University of Lodz - Poland

 

RUSSIAN PRESS BLENDING AS A RESULT OF LANGUAGE GAME

Abstract: The article is devoted to the study of blending in the Russian press in the context of language game. The article is an attempt to prove, that blending is the result of language game. The author thoroughly investigates types of language games in the Russian press, such as: derivational game, derivational and graphical game, and graphical game. The last two types include: size of letters, the game with the color, decomposition and Latin alphabet.

Tatyana Chalakova, BULGARIA

Professor PhD. Faculty of Humanities, Department of Turkish Language and literature at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

ANCIENT TURKS’ MODELS OF THE WORLD THROUGH THE PRISM OF THE NUMBERS 1 THROUGH 9/10

Abstract: This paper makes parallels between the numbers, numerals and their desemantisation in two different cultures – the culture of antiquity and the Old Turkic culture. In a number of ancient cultures, including the Old Turkic culture, numbers were not disemantised. They denoted a thing, an object, or at a later stage – the image of that thing or object. The numbers from 1 to 9/10 had sacral meaning. The process of forming number semantics and the separation of meaning from object may be described as integration of the objective and semantic meanings of a given numeral. According to Pythagoras and its school, the number has ambivalent meaning: the number’s meaning is still not so abstract, but is more or less formal expression of something existing. Desemantisation of number takes place through geometrisation of space and deriving of abstract meaning from material objects. In Old Turkic culture names of numerals were connected with the Old Turkic idea of the world structure and with the generic and marital relations between male and female hypostases. Simultaneously, the numerals were projections of the earthly and heavenly which in its interaction symbolise the marriage between earth and heaven. The numbers from 1 to 4 and from 5 to 9 symbolised the relations between male and female nature which laid the foundations of the Turkic cosmos: the Turkic home (tent) and ornament, i.e. they followed similar desemantisation mechanisms (geometrisation, schematizing of space and of surrounding world objects). The author comes to the conclusions that the described cognitive strategies can be considered not only as abstract philosophical logic or as mythological way of thinking provoked by a specific event, but also as universal mechanisms of modern man’s cognitive activities.

Tatyana Chalakova, BULGARIA

Professor PhD. Faculty of Humanities, Department of Turkish Language and literature at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

TREE, RHIZOME AND WEB - THE ARCHETYPE OF KNOWLEDGE AND FRACTAL MODELS IN THE LANGUAGE

Abstract: Based on the structural and functional resemblances with the cognitive processes in the living systems, on the observations reflected in the mythological pictures of the world, and on the data collected by psychology, neurobiology and linguistics we suggest that cognitive models used by the human beings can be fractal to the living creatures which can typically demonstrate learning abilities, accumulation of information and "structuring order out of chaos".

Liliya lozanova, BULGARIA

Senior assistant PhD at Department of Pedagogy and education management at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

MEDIA INFORMATION USED BY TEACHERS IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Abstract: Modern mass media influence all aspects of public life including education.In this context, the information disseminated by them, is used also with educational purpose and focus by both teachers and students. The present article presents results from a study conducted in October 2015 with 326 teachers:276 women and 50 men. They work in primary and secondary schools  in the regions of Shumen and Veliko Tarnovo.The main purpose of the study is to determine whether teachers use media information (incl. internet, newspapers, television, radio, online sites, etc. ) while teaching their lessons.

Liliya lozanova, BULGARIA

Senior assistant PhD at Department of Pedagogy and education management at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

NEW MEDIA AND THE USE OF MEDIA INFORMATION IN THE EDUCATION ALPROCESS

Abstract: In the global world media information has taken place in all spheres of life, including education. Historically, the attitude towardsmass media hasalready undergonethe tides ofsafety(protection fromnegative influences)and is now at a new stage - preparing young generation for making an optimal use of their vast information resources for education, self-education and more.In this context, this article determines whether teachers use media information in the educational process.

Vasil Vasilev, BULGARIA

PhD at Pedagogical faculty, Department Technology study and vocational education at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

EFFECTIVENESS OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATION

Abstract: The effectiveness of the learning process is difficult to measure. For schools it is determined by: absorption of knowledge, skills and competences; harmonious development of personality in the process of vocational education; realization of the purpose of the school, as measured by the number of students receiving vocational training, according to the curriculum for the training; professional and social realization of the students who complete vocational education.

Vasil Vasilev, BULGARIA

PhD at Pedagogical faculty, Department Technology study and vocational education at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

EVALUATION OF THE LEARNING PROCESS IN TECHNOLOGICAL TRAINING

Abstract: Special training in experimental technology is the variety (variability) of the functions and role of students. Vazmozhnast students have to participate with the teacher in the development of classes. Thus realize several types of roles and this gives the opportunity to explore the output of learning a broader range of effects and achievements. The article emphasizing on examine of- competence and different approaches to evaluation.

Vasil Vasilev, BULGARIA

PhD at Pedagogical faculty, Department Technology study and vocational education at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

TECHNOLOGY CULTURE AS ELEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

Abstract: Today, technological culture is associated with the idea of labor education and training. Understanding the labor market and the formation of labor skills and habits, and education of labor qualities are an essential element of human culture since birth and. Necessity of learning about labor and employment skills arises from practical needs of people associated with provision of means of subsistence. The objective of this work to determine the nature and the technological culture formed through technological training and its place in the educational process. Technological culture is extremely complex education. Technological culture is an essential part of general education because it is an important element of human existence, especially the younger generation, and it is necessary to study it. It enables students to become familiar with the basic principles of various manufacturing processes, including high technology, used in everyday business and professional people. This is a prerequisite for proper decision-making choice of career and professional growth.This work is razgeldan spectral composition of elements of technological culture and the three key areas of application - technological, cultural and organizational aspects.