Theoretical basis of the development of the communicative competence of a teacher in an institution of higher education
Palabras clave:higher education, education system, higher education, education system, communicative competence, communications, cultural.
The article analyzes the current state of research on the problem of communicative competence of the lexicographer in the scientific literature, and on this basis, the initial theoretical foundations of the research are formulated; based on a theoretical analysis of the essence, content and main characteristics of communicative competence, the main methods, techniques, tools and technologies necessary for the formation of a teacher's communicative competence were clarified; Pedagogical conditions are defined, which ensure the effectiveness of the development of communicative competence of future teachers in the process of self-control and self-improvement; the psychological conditions for the development of the future teacher's communicative competence in the process of self-control and self-improvement were investigated.
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Derechos de autor 2022 Hanna Vasylieva, Viktoriya Pavlyuk, Galyna Bondar, Yevdokia Kharkova, Тamara Кharchenko, Yuliia Shchukina
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