Experimental research on the formation of future ship engineers' communicative competence based on gamification approach

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Mykhailo Sherman
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5120-620X
Alona Yurzhenko
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6560-4601

Abstract

The articles is devoted to the experimental research on the of English-language communicative competence formation of future ship engineers. The method of usage of gamification approach to form the communicative competence is proposed. The model of English-language communicative competence formation based on gamification which includes target, normative, methodological, procedural, substantive and evaluative-effective blocks is described. The article also shows the experimental research results which confirm the effectiveness of the developed structural model of English-speaking competence of future ship engineers and the methods of its formation.


 

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Sherman, M., & Yurzhenko, A. (2020). Experimental research on the formation of future ship engineers’ communicative competence based on gamification approach. Educational Dimension, 55, 251-266. https://doi.org/10.31812/educdim.v55i0.3939
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Methodology of Learning, Education and Training

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