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Bilingualism in Ukraine: Value or Challenge?

-potriben-movnyj-kordon-iz-rosijeyu-suchasna-movna-polityka-ukrajini-ochyma-sotsiolinhvista/ . Opinion (2011). Opinion on the draft law on languages in Ukraine . Adopted by the Venice Commission at its 86th Plenary Session (Venice, 25–26 March 2011). Retrieved from: . Osnach, S. (2015). Мовна складова гібридної війни [The Linguistic Components of the Hybrid War] Портал мовної політики 13 June 2015. Retrieved from . Pavlenko, A. (2008). Multilingualism in post-soviet countries: Language revival

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Belarusian Mentality in the Context of Intercultural Communication: Grounds or Pessimism and Optimism

Communication Styles. Yarmouth: Intercultural press & London: Nicholas Brealey Publ. Retrieved from Clark, H. H., & Brennan, S. E. (1991). Grounding in Communication. In: Perspectives on Socially Shared Cognition (pp. 222-233). Retrieved from Шенкао М. А. (2009). Теория ментальности в трудах А. Я. Гуревича

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CLIL Teacher Competences and Attitudes

References Andziulienė, L., Kelly, K., Krištaponis, A., & Vilkancienė, L. (2006). Integruotas dalyko ir užsienio kalbos mokymas. SCA, Vilnius. Ball, P., Kelly, K., & Klegg, J. (2015). Putting CLIL into Practice. OUP. Banegas, D. L. (2012). CLIL teacher development: Challenges and experiences. Latin American Journal of Content and Language Integrated Learning, 5(1), 46-56. Bertaux, P., Coonan, C. M., Frigolos-Martin, M. J., & Mehisto, P. (2010). CLIL Competence Grid. CLIL Cascade Network

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