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ASPECTS IN FORMATTING PROFESSIONAL SPEECH CULTURE FOR RURAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT COURSES LISTENERS.

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    • Abstract:
      The article is devoted to the problem of forming professional speech culture for listeners of rural career development courses and the ways of improving professional language skills as a vital quality for career growth. The aim of the research is to develop and implement new methods for increasing language skills of agricultural sector specialists. The object of the research is the process of professional language skills improvement at the career development courses. The research hypothesis is that professional speech culture improvement for agrarian specialists can be achieved, if there is a clear definition of basic characteristics of what is professional speech culture for listeners of rural career development courses. And also it is important to build the studying process according to the system of forming professional speech culture for listeners of rural career development courses. The system is supposed to be designed on the basis of the systems, cultural and integrative activity approaches. Moreover, it is necessary to clarify and implement that the set of pedagogical conditions promote effective functioning of the developed system. Furthermore, it is topical to develop theoretical and methodical aspects to determine the level of professional speech culture for the listeners of rural career development courses. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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