On the problems of modern philology and the creative methodology of teaching foreign languages in the European educational system

Keywords: creativity, foreign language, non-traditional methodologies, innovations.


The modern philology involves many creative methods in the study of foreign languages. European education system used measures related to the involvement of the new technologies and distance learning due to the global pandemic. The aim – to describe the latest methodology in combination with new technologies and creativity. The methodology of creative pauses was conducted among the students in Comenius University Bratislava. Methods: monitoring, testing, data analysis, description, experimental training using multimedia resources. The results showed that non-traditional methodologies (creative pauses) adapted to the FluentU media resource in combination with distance forms of education become an alternative to traditional learning.


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Author Biographies

Svitlana Hurbanska, Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Ukraine.

PhD in philological sciences, Associate Professor of Educational and Scientific Institute of Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts Educational and Scientific Institute of Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Ukraine.

Tetiana Botvyn, Lviv State University of Life Safety, Ukraine.

Doctor PhD Lviv State University of Life Safety, Department of Foreign Languages and Translation Studies, Ukraine.

Nataliia Burmakina, Foreign Languages Polissia National University, Ukraine.

Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Foreign Languages Polissia National University, Faculty of Economics and Management, Ukraine.

Yuliia Shovkoplias, Zaporizhzhіa National University Zaporizhzhіa, Ukraine.

Candidate of Philological Sciences, Senior lecturer Department of second foreign language teaching Zaporizhzhіa National University Zaporizhzhіa, Ukraine.

Antonina Hurbanska, Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Ukraine.

PhD in philological sciences, Professor of the Department of Documentation and Information Analytical Activity of Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Ukraine.


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How to Cite
Hurbanska, S., Botvyn, T., Burmakina, N., Shovkoplias, Y., & Hurbanska, A. (2022). On the problems of modern philology and the creative methodology of teaching foreign languages in the European educational system. Amazonia Investiga, 11(55), 124-131. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2022.55.07.13
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