THE EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH STUDY RESULTS WITH THE AUTHOR`S COURSE «HOT ENGLISH» FOR FUTURE MANAGERS

Inna Valenthon

Ukraine, Kiev, Ternopil Volodymyr Hnatyuk National Pedagogical University, Department
of English Philology, Researcher student

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Abstract.

The main purpose of our study is to compare the English reading comprehension abilities of students – future managers in three experimental groups before and after using the model with metacognitive strategies and to study the students’ attitude towards teaching English reading comprehension using metacognitive strategies. Teachers can use our technology to make their own comprehension questions for texts that their students read to help them understand better what they read. In addition, it can be used to analyse instructional materials and to develop materials to ensure that the various forms of questions are used to help students respond to a variety of types of reading comprehension. 

Keywords: author`s course, experimental research study, future managers, high educational establishments, Hot English, metacognitive strategies in English reading comprehension.

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