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2 August 25, 2021


1. Yi Wang
The Influence of Sanquan Education on Students’ Achievement

Journal of Advocacy, Research and Education. 2021. 8(2): 39-43.

This study presents the final results of 15 classes conducted in Tianjin Instrument Radio Industry School following the adoption of the Sanquan Educational Model. I explored in this study the factors that influence students’ performance in mathematics, English language, Chinese history, mechanical drawing, and electrical training using the Sanquan Educational Model. Also, I compared the performance of students who received Sanquan Education before and after using this approach for three years. Results show that factors such as type of subject, class size, time spent with teachers and students play a vital role in students’ performance. Furthermore, the Sanquan Educational Model positively affected natural science courses than the social sciences. This model of instruction offers a constructive approach to improving students’ academic performance. Thus, the middle-class teaching scale in natural science could benefit from this teaching and learning approach.

2. Olga Mishchenko, Maryna Shevchenko
Development of Future English Language Teachers’ Competence in Writing in Higher Pedagogical Institutions: A Review

Journal of Advocacy, Research and Education. 2021. 8(2): 44-48.

This article reviewed existing literature on developing future English Language teachers’ competence in writing in higher pedagogical institutions. Competence is defined as professional teachers’ qualities such as openness, ability to adapt to new ideas, tactfulness, acquirement of their emotional state, ability to identify, analyse and compare foreign and local culture phenomena. It should be mentioned that competence in writing arises as an effective way of developing the personality of future teachers. Furthermore, the research marks out objective and subjective factors that influence the development of future English language teachers’ competence in writing. Objective factors include reconstruction of the process of foreign language teaching, usage of interactive teaching methods, use of authentic texts, periodical control of students’ knowledge, skills and abilities, teacher’s personality etc. Among subjective factors, we distinguish students’ qualities, analyse and compare cultural phenomena. Pedagogical conditions that influence the development of teachers’ cross-cultural competence include simulation of cross-cultural written communication situations in the educational process. Additional factors include teachers’ orientation on cross-cultural dialogue values that disclose not only cognitive and emotional aspects but also pedagogical and personal tolerance.

3. Iryna O. Zhuvahina
Matrix Method for Assessing Investment Resources of the Retail Trade Enterprise

Journal of Advocacy, Research and Education. 2021. 8(2): 49-57.

The necessity to assess the inner investment potential of the retail trade enterprise to provide simple and/or expanded reproduction purposes and the feasibility of their implementation through comparing existing resources and their needs has been outlined. The methodology for determining the retail trade enterprise needs in investment resources has been presented based on the type and form of reproduction of the retail trade enterprise of Ukraine. The matrix “Sufficiency – Perspectivity” has been developed, which provides an analysis of the ratio of dynamics of available investment resources and their needs in the form of indexes of relevant analytical indicators in accordance with the general strategy of development of domestic retail.

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