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DYNAMIC ADAPTNESS OF NATIONAL ASPECTS FOR MARITIME ENGLISH TEACHING THROUGH UNIFIED COMMUNICATION PLATFORM
Scientific notes of Taurida National V.I. Vernadsky University, series Philology. Social Communications
Specificity of computer-mediated teaching Maritime English (ME) as a professional subject in synchronous and asynchronous modes is connected with linguistics, neurolinguistics, pragmatic and social modelling of teacher-trainer and learner-trainee behavioral variability. Coming from teaching ME to foreign students we accumulated some practical experience and investigate how phonological, lexicogrammatical, discourse, social/communicative frameworks of teaching process "face-to-face" anddoi:10.32838/2663-6069/2020.2-2/17 fatcat:hbzuymx5kjgj5me3iufxzpkzmi