INDICATORS OF THE FOREIGN COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE FORMATION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AT THE LAW FACULTY
Nadezhda A. Antonova1*, Tatiana S. Ignateva2, Margarita V. Emelyanova3
1Assoc. Prof., Chuvash State University, RUSSIA, email@example.com
2Assoc. Prof., Chuvash State University, RUSSIA, firstname.lastname@example.org
3Assoc. Prof., Chuvash State University, RUSSIA, email@example.com
Improving the quality of education has always been an urgent problem of the world pedagogical community. But today, in modern conditions, the issue of modernizing the content of education, as well as rethinking the goals and results of education, is acute. After Russia joined the Bologna process, as well as after entering the Common Educational Space, the system of higher education underwent significant changes in many disciplines. These changes also affected the foreign language. As a solution to this problem, it is proposed to modernize the content of education, including a reassessment of the purpose and result of education. It was the competence-based approach that was put forward by the European scientific and pedagogical community as the main requirement for training specialists and for improving the quality of education
Keywords: Students of the law faculty, foreign communicative competence, level of formation, language competence, speech competence, socio-cultural competence.
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