Mykhailo Dragomanov State University of Ukraine
Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation
The All-Ukrainian scientific and pedagogical advanced training
VARIABILITY OF DIDACTIC AND SOCIO-CULTURAL ASPECTS IN UKRAINIAN PHILOLOGY
January 30 – March 12, 2023
We kindly invite academic and research staff of higher education and scientific institutions, practitioners, undergraduate, postgraduate and postdoctoral students, and all interested in philology to participate in the All-Ukrainian scientific and pedagogical advanced training.
A modern philologist, especially a teacher/lecturer of the Ukrainian language and literature, is a person who is entrusted not only with the function of a teacher and mentor but also the function of an educator.
Amidst a military confrontation, it is he/she who can become a repeater of many important and defining ideas related to the formation of a holistic idea of one’s national identity.
Knowledge and understanding of the ideas of leading scholar historians, philosophers, writers, among whom the figure of Mykola Kostomarov stands out, allows a modern philologist to elucidate the friend-or-foe problem, to answer questions about the specifics of the mental face of a Ukrainian, and explain the motivation of behavior and psychological patterns in the extreme situations we all find ourselves in now.
The teacher’s speech culture is one of the decisive factors in the effectiveness of pedagogical activities, the establishment of professional communication, and the achievement of the desired goal – the transfer of knowledge and the formation of student competencies.
The theoretical basis of speech culture is the knowledge and understanding of language norms, the peculiarities of the functioning of literary language styles, awareness of the interrelationships of the language system, the structure of speech, and extralinguistic structures. Instead, the practical basis of speech culture is the speaker’s systematic attention to language and the level of own speech, the desire to achieve speech mastery.
In-depth study of the norms of the modern literary language is envisaged as part of the scientific and pedagogical advanced training. In particular, it is expected to master the rules of literary pronunciation and accentuation, the adequate selection of lexical means, the prevention of errors in the use of paronyms and false cognates, the enrichment of the lexicon, the correct coordination of grammatical categories, the optimal choice of syntactic constructions following the conditions and purpose of speech, and familiarization with the national peculiarities of speech etiquette. Particular attention will be paid to the innovations of the Ukrainian orthography of 2019.
The professional program of advanced training is based on the latest scientific approaches to the organization of adult learning, achievements of psychological-pedagogical, social, and behavioral sciences. It is focused on the development and advancement of economic, psychological-pedagogical, communicative, information-communicative competencies, as well as practical skills and attainments of interactive communication and professional-personal growth to improve professional communication and the implementation of teaching activities.
All participants will be provided with a collection of abstracts and an electronic certificate.
The workload of advanced training consists of 6 credits ECTS (180 hours) and distributes 6 hours each day for 6 business weeks.
MEMBERS OF THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
- Anatolii VYSOTSKYI – Doctor of Philology, Professor, Dean of the Andrii Malyshko Faculty of Ukrainian Philology and Literary Creativity, Mykhailo Dragomanov State University of Ukraine (Kyiv, Ukraine);
- Iryna SAVCHENKO – PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Professor at the Department of Ukrainian Literature, Mykhailo Dragomanov State University of Ukraine (Kyiv, Ukraine);
- Liudmyla ZINEVYCH – PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Ukrainian Studies, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Kharkiv, Ukraine);
- Ivanna STEFIUK (OLESHCHUK)– PhD in Philology, Head of the Research-Methodological Department of Study and Promotion of Traditional Culture of Bukovinian Center of Culture and Art, writer, Senior Research Associate at Marko Cheremshyna Literary and Memorial Museum (Chernivtsi, Ukraine).
The event includes three ZOOM lectures:
9 February, 14:30 – lecture “Mykola Kostomarov’s historiosophical ideas in the formation of student nation-centric worldview”. Speaker – Iryna Savchenko, PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Professor at the Department of Ukrainian Literature, Mykhailo Dragomanov State University of Ukraine (Kyiv, Ukraine).
Iryna Savchenko about her lecture: “Mykola Kostomarov, scholar historian, folklorist, writer, founder of the Cyril and Methodius Brotherhood, was one of the first among the Ukrainian intellectual elite to study the peculiarities of the mental portrait of a Ukrainian, consistently prove the separateness of the Ukrainian and Russian ethnic groups (“Dvi ruski narodnosti”, “Kudeiar”, “Chernihivka”), and formulate a positive program for creating the Ukrainian national state (“Knyha buttia ukrainskoho narodu”)”.
16 February, 14:30 – lecture “Language culture and speech culture in the teacher’s professional activity”. Speaker – Liudmyla Zinevych, PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Ukrainian Studies, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Kharkiv, Ukraine).
Liudmyla Zinevych about het lecture: “The pedagogical effectiveness of teacher speech depends on the level of language proficiency and the adequate selection of language tools. During the lecture, we will consider pronunciation and accentuation features of the modern Ukrainian language; we will talk about the speaker’s vocabulary and how to avoid lexical, word-forming, and grammatical errors; we will analyze innovations in Ukrainian spelling”.
23 February, 14:30 – lecture “The secret of “palianytsia”, or shibboleth amidst war”. Speaker –Ivanna Stefiuk (Oleshchuk), PhD in Philology, Head of the Research-Methodological Department of Study and Promotion of Traditional Culture of Bukovinian Center of Culture and Art, writer, Senior Research Associate at Marko Cheremshyna Literary and Memorial Museum (Chernivtsi, Ukraine).
Ivanna Stefiuk (Oleshchuk) about her lecture: “In the lecture, we will discuss why language passwords are much more than jokes on social networks. In particular, we will analyze Ukrainian military shibboleths and compare them with the pronunciation norms of the Ukrainian language”.
A link to the online lecture will be sent to all participants after paying participation fees.
Online lectures will be saved.
Participation form: remote.
Persons who are interested in participation should before January 27, 2023 (inclusively):
2) send a copy of payment confirmation to Organizing email@example.com (the coordinator provides you with payment details when you fill in an application).
From January 30 to March 12, 2023 (inclusively), during the advanced training, participants should send research-methodological abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
RE: Advanced training in philology.
Participation in the scientific and pedagogical advanced training without research and methodological report is impossible.
After April 28, 2023, every participant will receive a collection of abstracts and a certificate via e-mail indicated in the participation form.
Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation
Contact person: Liashchova Anastasiia Oleksandrivna, Coordinator of the All-Ukrainian scientific and pedagogical advanced training.
Contact number: + 38 (095) 653 40 42