Olha Tsikhotska, Liudmyla Lozynska. HUMANISM AND HUMANITY AS A FUTURE DOCTOR’S PERSONAL QUALITIES: CURRENT STATE AND WAYS OF FORMATION.

(2016) Science and education, 10, 206-211. Odessa.

Olha Tsikhotska,
PhD (Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences), associate professor,
Liudmyla Lozynska,
PhD (Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences), associate professor,
Foreign Languages Department,
Vinnytsya National Pirogov Memorial Medical University,
56, Pyrohova Str., Vinnytsia, Ukraine


HUMANISM AND HUMANITY AS A FUTURE DOCTOR’S PERSONAL
QUALITIES: CURRENT STATE AND WAYS OF FORMATION


SUMMARY:

The article is devoted to the problem of investigation of the formation of future doctors’ value orientation in the process of studying foreign languages. The authors made an attempt to analyse the current level of humanistic value orientations’ development in future doctors. The specific character of humanism-oriented education by means of the university subject “English Language” is discovered. The pedagogical conditions of the students’ familiarisation with humanistic value orientations, which assist purposeful and effective management of this process, are revealed. The educational capacity of English-language study material is grounded and experimentally proved.


KEYWORDS:

value orientation, humanisation, English language, humanistic values, education, educational capacity of study material.


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