,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS

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ISSN : 2233-3401
Published by: Association For Science (10.52340)
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Guram Gvenetadze
Published: 25 September 2021
,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.52340/idw.2021.536

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Socialization of students, their proper preparation for professional activities exactly corresponds to the spirit of the Bologna Process. That is why it became the basis for our learning process. Besides, our frenetic aspiration to integrate into the Euro-Atlantic space obliges us to follow the mentioned activity. Therefore, it is absolutely clear that we have already established a new scientific field – communicology. The eminent scholars, such as professors of Georgian Technical University Temur Jagodnishvili and Ivane Jagodnishvili laid the firm foundation for the development of the mentioned field. The books published by them: "Oral Communication," "Written and Oral Communication," "Academic Writing" or other textbooks are of the same level as the works of European and Russian textual critics, where the authors' concepts, findings, and methods establish the requirements of the modernity at a high scientific level. In the process of teaching the Georgian language, we pay special attention to the use of specific elements of non-Georgian speakers; for instance, determining the ways of language development and its management, clarifying the issue of language prestige, specifying its role in determining nationality, finding and establishing valid language policy models.
Nana Rinkiashvili
Published: 25 September 2021
,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.52340/idw.2021.530

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One of the most important conditions for the development of the Georgian economy and its successful integration into the world economic space is to focus on the development of innovations and, as a result, to form a competitive economy. At present, the innovative climate in Georgia is not favorable for the formation of a competitive economy. There is no unified innovative state policy, weak innovation infrastructure, limited innovation market and normal economic stimulus to manage these processes. Financial difficulties, lack of proper guarantees in the industrial field and difficulties in creating modern and especially in high-tech production area, unstable pace of development further reduced the interest in innovative activities and led to its gradual decline. As a result, Georgia ranks 74th place among 141 countries in the Competitiveness Index. In the modern global space, the development of innovative potential is an important condition for the formation of a competitive economy of the country. In the article we focused on some of the problems of innovative development and its solution. The competitiveness potential of the country is analyzed, the role of the state in the formation of a competitive economy through the development of innovations is given.
Nino Nakhutsrishvili, Mimoza Tkebuchava
Published: 25 September 2021
,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.52340/idw.2021.542

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Student-centered learning is unimaginable without the implementation of differentiated approaches. We can find out a number of publications and articles about this subject. The American professor Carol Ann Tomlinson has quite important articles on differentiated teaching from contemporaries. In his work, Tomlinson discusses in detail and in depth the essence of differentiated teaching as one of the effective approaches and the principles of its implementation. However, a number of issues (why is differentiated learning so important and relevant? What makes it relevant?) Still require a good understanding in order to successfully implement this approach when teaching a particular subject. These issues are discussed in the article on the example of teaching elementary school mathematics and clarifies the perspectives of using a differentiated approach in these areas. Differentiated learning is fully suited to student-centered learning, as it implements a learning process focused on the needs, skills and abilities of each student (group of students). According to Tomlinson, differentiated learning is constructed and implemented to take into account the readiness, interests and learning profile of students to create optimal conditions for development for each of them. This is one of the best ways to implement an individual approach to students.Providing a learning process tailored to the needs of the students and teacher feedback on the needs of the students include teacher activities in a number of areas. Tonlimson and Mooney consider new opportunities for students, a sense of partnership, expectations, and training for quality learning significantly; Which contributes to class success and student growth. The condition for facilitating is the active involvement of students in the learning process, their cooperation;The essence of the issue is clarified in the article on the example of a mathematics course, how we can apply this approach in the teaching-learning process and why it is extremely valuable to implement differentiated teaching from the elementary level. This need is explained in relation to the specifics of teaching mathematics as a school subject. The "technology" of differentiated teaching, the essence of differentiation based on student readiness, as well as what the subject of differentiation includes are discussed in detail. Differentiation of each component according to the individual components of the curriculum (content, process, product) is discussed with specific examples. With the help of different types of tasks it is possible to use the possibilities and perspectives of differentiation in teaching mathematics at the elementary level. Some recommendations in this regard are offered. The issue discussed in the article concludes that the purposeful use of differentiation from the elementary level gives a great chance for the multifaceted development of students, which is accompanied by the results of successful teaching in mathematics.
Tea Talakvadze, Ivlita Lobjanidze
Published: 25 September 2021
,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.52340/idw.2021.520

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Memory studies have been particularly active since the second half of the 20th century and include a mix of fields of culturology, social psychology, media archeology, political philosophy, and comparative literature. Memory studies have formed the basis of both collective and individual identity studies, as well as the study of psycho-social factors in understanding traumatic memory and attempts to overcome trauma. Memory studies have activated an in-depth analysis of the construction of national and cultural identities and brought them into the context of transnational and transcultural studies.Based on the above, the purpose of this report is to provide a transcultural understanding of national culture based on the study of cultural memory, which is primarily based on the study of national identity and the analysis of the compositional nature of common / shared myths.
Ketevan Barbakadze, Tamar Gogoladze
Published: 25 September 2021
,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.52340/idw.2021.517

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The history of Georgian painting is closely connected with the name of the 19th century artist Giorgi (Grigol) Maisuradze, who went through the way of demonstrating his artistic talent, from the family of peasants to the Brulov Academy and later working as a teacher of art. Giorgi Maisuradze's paintings are preserved in various museums in Kutaisi, and his following biography with his family and descendants still creates an interesting cultural gallery where famous Georgian artists, writers and scientists are presented. The artist's works has been thoroughly studied by an art critic Shalva Kvaskhkadze, and the present issue is from the history of Georgian culture.
Mariam Chokharadze
Published: 25 September 2021
,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.52340/idw.2021.545

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Assessment plays an important role in the planning and implementation process of teaching. Assessment is a continuous process of collecting, recording and analyzing quality data to achieve learning objectives, a consistent study of the success and progress of language learners.In this paper we discuss the issues of teaching and assessment of Georgian as a foreign language. First of all, we will discuss some strategies related to learning process. We will present our innovation in the assessment system. This is a novelty that we have worked on with our colleagues at Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University within the short-term educational program “Georgian Language for Foreigners”.In this work we will discuss about how to use the electronic resources to develop specific language competencies and assess the knowledge based on relevant materials. We note that the article mainly reflects our personal experience, which we have accumulated in the teaching process, the innovations that we have tried to introduce to groups of non-Georgian listeners.
Madona Nikolaishvili
Published: 25 September 2021
,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.52340/idw.2021.543

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The article discusses the role of homework as one of the important components of assessing student achievement in the process of monitoring the quality of teaching and learning, because it is the quality of homework that provides important information about the individual progress of the student. Emphasis is placed on the importance of homework for the student to develop comprehension of learning materials and problem-solving skills independently.Based on the results of the research, the difficulties that accompany homework are analyzed. The role and responsibility of the teacher is defined to determine and take into account the optimal volume and complexity of homework, which is extremely important for achieving the main goals of learning and upbringing.The author focuses on the questions: What factors influence this process? What individual characteristics can students have? In what environment do they have to do their homework? How much volume and difficulty should homework be given so that the student does not lose interest and belief in their own strengths? Should a parent intervene in the homework process or not? Analysis of the data shows that only a small proportion of students have the opportunity to isolate themselves from family members during their studies. Most do not have a suitable work space to do their homework, study in a common room, with the TV on and talking to family members, or in the kitchen.The author believes that it is advisable to plan and implement interventions to help both students and parents. Finally, some examples of „non-traditional“ homework are suggested, as well as interventions to help parents.
Malkhaz Chokharadze
Published: 25 September 2021
,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.52340/idw.2021.525

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Chorokhi is the main river of historical southern Georgia. Interesting background knowledge about sailing on Chorokhi was preserved by the press and the records of travelers of the last quarter of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, as well as by the collective memory of the population living by the edge of the river. Interestingly, the Chorokhi navigation area has almost never been reflected in fiction. Therefore, the work “Adjarians” by Arthur Zuttner is undoubtedly of great importance.Arthur Zuttner, an Austrian writer, lived in Georgia with his wife Bertha from 1876-1885. “Adjarians” was published in Germany in 1888, and the Georgian translation by Rusudan Ghvinepadze was published in 2007.“Adjarians” reflects the reality of southern Georgia before the Russo-Ottoman war of 1877-78. The action takes place mainly in the Chorokhi basin. The author describes the Chorokhi boat and sailing in only a few episodes, though, quite extensively. The work deals with the navigation images described by Zuttner in the novel, especially how the Chorokhi navigation area is reflected in the work and what is the relationship between the relevant episodes of the novel and the objective reality. It is obvious that the writer has deep insight into the life of the Chorokhi sailors and the local specifics of the river sailing. Obviously, Suttner's text is an artistic interpretation of reality, but it must also be noted that the navigational narrative in Suttner’s novel, with a few exceptions, accurately depicts a number of 19th century details of the Chorokhi navigation artery. Consequently, the images depicted in the novel are undoubtedly interesting for the literature lovers and the readers of fiction interested in the history or details of life.
Manana Aladashvili
Published: 25 September 2021
,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.52340/idw.2021.527

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The desires and needs of tourists are often considered to be the motivation for travel. The International Tourism Survey showed that there are four main factors: culture, destinations, social contact and adventure, which influence the decision of tourists to travel in international tourism.The paper discusses the rational and emotional motives that influence tourists' travel choices and the selection of the tourism industry sector. Rational motives represent economic; Minimize risks, stability, life safety, health, property, financial resources; Comfort when arriving at the destination and compatibility of service quality with price.Emotional motives are no less important, include knowledge acquisition, success, respect and recognition, consideration of fashion trends, reputation and status.Based on the motivations of the consumers and the behavior of the people, a list of types of leisure has been formed, which is preferred by a large number of consumers: 1) rest, which has the character of restoration of rest; 2) active recreation (possibly with sports activities); 3) educational and cultural recreation; 4) Spectacular, entertaining, light rest; 5) Medical and recreational rest. We can say that the rapid development of the travel industry today is largely due to the transformation of public consciousness. Today, in the structure of modern human values, there is a quality rest that meets his individual needs. These requirements of the modern consumer of tourism services should be taken into account in the development of tourism-related infrastructure and the tourism industry in order to develop their tourist attractiveness in different regions of the world.
Lali Dzamukashvili
Published: 25 September 2021
,,INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES“ TRANSACTIONS, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.52340/idw.2021.533

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Bachelor's degree is a final step before graduating first four years of studying at the university. The students show off their knowledge and research skills acquired by the University that are based on their original vision and scientific information. Writing a bachelor's thesis is a responsible, interesting and at the same time stressful job. It requires formal characteristics of its performance, which determine the content, form and style of the paper.The researcher of the undergraduate thesis raises the problem, analyzes, substantiates and suggests the solutions, evaluates the research results and concludes. During the working process new knowledge is activated which is based on analytical skills and critical reasoning.Maintaining academic standards in the paper makes it more fruitful because it gives the reader a sense that the author of the paper depends on reliable academic sources to support his or her own reasoning and position.The completed paper will be checked for plagiarism. There are numerous programs which reveal the originality of the work. After all, there is a big temptation of plagiarism in the papers.Preventing plagiarism offers to protect someone else’s intellectual property and make the student aware that he or she has to respect the rights of intellectual property and distance himself or herself from plagiarism. Avoiding Plagiarism in the paper is possible if the student has been clearly informed about the mechanisms or responses that plagiarism may cause in his or her work. Awareness is largely responsible for preventing plagiarism, however, only the moral part of the problem is not enough. We need to pay more attention to proper implementation of the academic techniques in the academic environment.
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