Programme

FEDERAL STATE AUTONOMOUS
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION

 PEOPLES’ FRIENDSHIP UNIVERSITY OF RUSSIA

(RUDN UNIVERSITY)

INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES

FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY, LOMONOSOV MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY (RUSSIA)

FACULTY OF TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING, UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA (SPAIN)

 RUSSIAN CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA (SPAIN)

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LILLE (FRANCE)

 HIGHER INSTITUTE OF LANGUAGES, UNIVERSITY OF CARTHAGE (TUNISIA)

 UNINORTE UNIVERSITY (PARAGUAY)

5th International Interdisciplinary Science Conference

Functional Aspects of Cross-Cultural Communication and Translation Problems
Institute of Foreign Languages
RUDN University
Moscow
November 16th, 2018

  Moscow

Russia

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Chair ‑ Natalia L. Sokolova (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)

Co-chair – Svetlana A. Sharonova (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)

Members:

  • Olga V. Aleksandrova (Faculty of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia)
  • Enrique F. Quero Gervilla (Faculty of Translation and Interpreting, University of Granada, Spain)
  • Natalia F. Mikheeva (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)
  • Natalia Ya. Bezrukova (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)
  • Irina P. Barabash (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)

Secretary:

  • Natalia S. Erokhova (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Chair ‑ Natalia L. Sokolova (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)

Co-chair – Svetlana A. Sharonova (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)

Members:

  • Natalia Guilluy-Sulikashvili (Université Catholique de Lille, Lille, France)
  • Quannes Hafiane (Higher Institute of Languages, University of Carthage, Tunis, Tunisia)
  • Igor Yu. Protsenko (UniNorte University, Asunción, Paraguay)
  • Yulia L. Obolenskaya (Faculty of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia)
  • Alla V. Kirilina (Moscow International Academy, Moscow, Russia)
  • Lilia V. Moiseenko (Moscow State Linguistic University, Moscow, Russia)
  • Ludmila A. Egorova (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)

Secretary:

  • Natalia S. Erokhova (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)

 Technical Secretariat

Secretary:

  • Natalia S. Erokhova (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)

Members:

  • Tatiana V. Boldovskaya (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)
  • Alexander M. Kulyasov (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)
  • Leonid N. Chifilev (Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia)

Time-limit:

  • Welcome speech – up to 5 min;
  • Plenary speech – 30 min;
  • Round table speech – 15 min;
  • Sessions speech – 10-15 min;
  • Debate – up to 5 min.

Languages: Russian, English, French, Spain

Address:

117198, Moscow, Miklukho-Maklaya str., 6

(RUDN University – Main Building)

117198, Moscow, Miklukho-Maklaya str., 9

(Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University – Building 4)

 Date&time  – 16 November 2018, 10.00 a.m.

Tel.: +7(495) 434-71-60

E-mail: sharonova-sa@rudn.ru  erokhova-ns@rudn.ru   

Conference Organizers:

 

 

Timetable

Registration 10:00 – 11:00 Conference Hall, Faculty of Economics, RUDN University, Main Building
Plenary Session 11:00 – 12:45 Conference Hall, Faculty of Economics, RUDN University, Main Building
Lunch 12:45 ‑14:00 Dining room, RUDN University, Main Building
Round table “Thematic trends in research publications and the ethical policy of scientific journals” 14:00 – 16:00

 

Academic Council Hall, RUDN University, Main Building
Session 1 Cross-cultural communication as a global problem in the modern world

 

16:30 – 18:00 aud. 557, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Building 4
Session 2 Cross-cultural communication as a factor in educational activities

 

16:30 – 18:00 aud. 555, Institute of Foreign Languages RUDN University, Building 4
Session 3 Cross-cultural component of the linguistic personality in understanding the socio-cultural reality

 

16:30 – 18:00 aud. 561, Institute of Foreign Languages RUDN University, Building 4
Francophone session

 

16:30 – 18:00 aud. 562, Institute of Foreign Languages RUDN University, Building 4

 

 PROGRAMM

  PLENARY SESSION

Welcome Speech – Nur S. Kirabaev, First Vice-Rector – Vice-Rector for Research, Dr. of Philosophy, Professor

Welcome Speech – Natalia L. Sokolova, Director, Institute of Foreign Languages, Organizing Committee Chair, Professor, Academician of the International Teacher’s Training Academy of Science

  Keynote Speakers:

Keith J. Topping – Professor of Educational and Social Research, University of Dundee, UK

«Peer Assisted Language. Learning between Countries»

 Steven L. Thorne – Professor of Second Language Acquisition, Portland State University, USA & University of Groningen, the Netherlands

« From Culture to ‘Culturing’ in Online Intercultural Pedagogy»

 Valérie Carayol – Professeur des Universités en Sciences de l’Information et de la Communication, Université Bordeaux, France

«The Issues of Cross Cultural Studies in an Era of Globalization and Urgency»

 Round table “Thematic Trends in Research Publications and the Ethical Policy of Scientific Journals”

 Welcome Speech – Vladimir M. Filippov, Rector of the RUDN University, Dr. of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education

 Susan M. Gass, Professor, Michigan State University, USA, Studies in Second Language Acquisition (Q1)

Thematic Trends in Research Publications and the Ethical Policy of Scientific Journals.

A view from Studies in Second Language Acquisition

Edda I. Weigand, Professor, University of Munster, Germany, Language and Dialogue (Q1)

Dialogue and morality at the centre of the Humanities

 Rita E. Silver, Professor, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Language and Education (Q1)

Not Only Research Ethics, but Research Integrity

 Norbert Pachler, Professor, UCL Institute of Education, University of London, UK, The Language Learning Journal (Q1)

Supporting foreign language learning and teaching through research and scholarship: The case of The Language Learning Journal

 Anna K. Mauranen, Professor, University of Helsinki, Finland, Applied Linguistics (Q1)

Perspectives on Research Ethics

Grigoriy R. Konson, Dr. of Art History, Professor, Member of the Russian Expert Council (ANRI / Scopus), Expert of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings – 2018.

The Humanities: Academic Activity in Russia and Abroad. Institutional Aspect

 

SESSION 1 CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION AS A GLOBAL PROBLEM IN THE MODERN WORLD

Organizer of the Session: Natalia F. Mikheeva, Dr. of Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Natalia F. Mikheeva, Dr. of Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

National-cultural Peculiarities of the Functioning of Language Units in the Colombian Territorial Dialect of the Spanish Language of the State Quindío

 Uldanai M. Bakhtikireeva, Dr. of Philology, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Translingual and Transcultural Practices

 Maria R. Nenarokova, Dr. of Philology, A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow (Russia)

Winter Evening by Alexander Pushkin: the Poem’s Reception in the English-speaking Culture

 Irina A. Zyubina, PhD in Philology, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don (Russia)

Intercultural Communication: Pragmalinguistic Interpretation of Stereotyped Speech Behaviour

 Irina B. Chernysheva, PhD in Philology, Higher Foreign Language Courses of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Moscow (Russia)

Marina Yu. Avdonina, PhD in Psychology, Moscow State Linguistic University, Moscow (Russia)

Natallia I. Zhabo, PhD in Philology, Agrarian and Technological Institute, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia, Belarus)

Discussion in the Mother Tongue Preceding Translation of French Idiomatic Expressions Using Numbers

 Dmitry V. Balaganov, Military University of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Moscow (Russia)

Simultaneous Interpretation Quality Under Stress

Nina V. Trubnikova, PhD in Philosophy, Faculty of Economics, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Digital Branding: Global and Cross-cultural Imperatives

 Galina V. Makovich, Dr. of Philology, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Ekaterinburg (Russia)

Ekaterina V. Nagornova, PhD in Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Professional Communication Participants’ Communicative Tactics in Interculturalism

  Elena M. Kitaeva, PhD in Philology, Faculty of Foreign Languages, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg (Russia)

Olga V. Ozerova, Lecturer, Faculty of Foreign Languages, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg (Russia)

Political Discourse and Intertextuality (B. Obama Case-Study)

 Ekaterina A. Protsenko, PhD in Philology, Voronezh Institute of the Russian Ministry of the Interior, Voronezh (Russia)

Interlanguage Recoding as a Common Way of Language Interactions in Modern Press

 Evgeniya Pfenninger, Lecturer, Teacher Training University Fribourg, Fribourg (Switzerland)

Languages (Mis?) Management. A Case Study of a Swiss Private Secondary Boarding School and a Russian-Speaking Niche Market

Elena N. Borisova, PhD in Education, Gnessin Russian Academy of Music, Moscow (Russia)

English for Musicians: Engaging Students in Professional Communication

 Alina S. Zagrebelnaya, postgraduate, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

The Integration of Anglicisms in Modern Russian Speech (on the Base of Examples from Mass Media)

Irina E. Kazakova, postgraduate, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Unique Features of KIWI English in New Zealand

 

 SESSION 2 CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION AS A FACTOR IN EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Organizer of the Session: Olga A. Saprykina, Dr. of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (Russia)

 Olga A. Saprykina, Dr. of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (Russia)

Intercultural Communication in the Focus of the Pedagogical Doctrine of a. Ribeiro Sanches

 Galina V. Sorokovykh, Dr. of Education, Moscow City Pedagogical University, Moscow (Russia)

Olga S. Kutepova, Lecturer, State Moscow Technical University of Civil Aviation, Moscow (Russia)

The Research Component of the Intercultural Competence of a Foreign Language Teacher

 Marina M. Raevskaya, Dr. of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (Russia)

Intercultural Communication in Spanish Didactics for Specific Purposes: Thematic Paradigm and Methodological Approaches

 Ludmila Zh. Karavanova, Dr. of Psychology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Formation of the Specialist’s Cross-cultural Literacy within University Education

 Alla H. Guseva, PhD in Education, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow (Russia)

Linguoculturology and Information Facilitators in the Context of Educational Information Globalization

 Olyesya V. Razdorskaya, PhD in Education, Kursk State Medical University, Kursk (Russia),

Teaching English for the Portuguese Native Speakers: the Case of Brazilian Applicants at Kursk State Medical University

 Ivan S. Samokhin, PhD in Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Marina G. Sergeeva, Dr. of Education, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Core and Non-Core Disciplines in Russian Higher Education

 Landysh V. Akhmetshina, PhD in Philology, Volga Region State Academy of Physical Culture, Sport and Tourism, Kazan (Russia)

Multimedia Technologies at the Foreign Language Lessons in Non-linguistic Universities

 Evgeniya V. Aleshinskaya, PhD in Philology, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Moscow (Russia)

Sociolinguistic Aspects of Professional Communication

 Igor Protsenko, PhD in Philology, Universidad del Norte (UniNorte), Asunción (Paraguay)

Semantic-historical Analysis of the Latin Lexemes Aedēs, Fānum, Templum

 Darya Sh. Marsagishvili, postgraduate, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Marina G. Petrova, PhD in Education, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

System of Visualization in Teaching Foreign Languages

 Olga E. Novokhatskaya, postgraduate, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Developing of the Discursive Competence in Teaching Interpreters

 Ekaterina M. Kosheleva, postgraduate, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Integrative Approach FLT the Pupils of Primary School in Teaching Foreign Language

 Elvira V. Oganyan, postgraduate, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

The Method of Projects as an Effective Means of TFL at the Stage of Pre-Profile Preparation of Schoolchildren

 

 SESSION 3 CROSS-CULTURAL COMPONENT OF THE LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY IN UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIO-CULTURAL REALITY

Organizer of the Session: Yulia L. Obolenskaya, Dr. of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (Russia)

Yulia L. Obolenskaya, Dr. of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (Russia)

National-cultural Specifics of the Spaniards Speech Behavior

Anna V. Chelnokova, PhD in Philology, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg (Russia)

Ekaterina A. Kostina, Senior Teacher, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg (Russia)

Linguistic Aspects of Family Communication in a Changing World (Case Study of Hindi Short Story “To Hell with You, Mitro!” by Krishna Sobti)

 Eugeniy I. Grigorev, Dr. of Philology, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Foreign Ministry of Russia, Moscow (Russia)

Lyudmila G. Karandeeva, PhD in Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Phonopragmatic Characteristics of Directive Speech Acts (on the Material of the Modern German Language)

 Elena V. Yakovleva, Dr. of Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Ruben V. Agadzhanyan, State-funded Budget Educational institution of Moscow city School No.166, Moscow (Russia)

Gender Markers in a Didactically Oriented Speech Act in English

 Elvira I. Myachinskaya, PhD in Philology, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg (Russia)

Maria Ivanova, MA Student, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg (Russia)

Introducing Lexical Elements of Korean Culture (Lexical Group Food) in the English Translation of Han Kang’s Novel “The Vegetarian”

Natalia N. Nepomniashchikh, PhD in Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Yana A. Volkova, Dr. of Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Caucasian Mountain Man / Scottish Highlander”: Correlation between Semantics and Culture

 Ekaterina V. Kovalenko, PhD in Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Functional Characteristics of Elliptical Structures in the Aspect of Literary Translation

 Vera Y. Barbazyuk, PhD in Philology, Military University, Moscow (Russia)

Peculiarities of Translating English Military Lexical Units 

Ekaterina V. Nagornova, PhD in Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Natalia V. Nikashina, PhD in Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Concept Friendship in R. Bradbury’s Dandelion Wine

Anastasiia V. Gereeva, postgraduate, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

The Issue of Interpretation of the Children Literature: Levels of the Adaptative Translation (Based on the «Jungle Book» by J.R. Kipling)

 Elena A. Barsukova, PhD in Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (Russia)

Comparative Analysis of ISO 9000:2015 Terminology and its Russian Translation

  

FRANCOPHONE SESSION 4

Organizer of the Session: Olga M. Kozarenko, PhD in Georgaphy, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Thierry Karsenti, PhD in Education, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada

What Does the Research Say about Technology and Language Teaching/Learning?  

Natalia L. Sokolova, PhD in Philology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Galina.V. Zarembo, PhD in Psychology, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

Lifelong Learning Online Programmes. Development and Implementation

 Svetlana M. Kashchuk, Dr. of Education, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (Russia)

Types of Language Skills in XXI Century

 Anastasia V. Kolmogorova, Dr. of Philology, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk (Russia)

Tools of Language of Corpus in the Class of FLE: Motivational and Cognitive Aspects

 Olga M. Kozarenko,  PhD in Georgaphy, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow (Russia)

The Usage of New Technologies by Students and Teachers: Who is the First?

 Irina K. Barinova, Dr. of History, Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow (Russia)

Comment Intégrer des Usages Pédagogiques du Numérique en Cours de Français?

 Alla H. Guseva, PhD in Education, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow (Russia)

Development of French-Language Multimedia Presentation Essay Using Web-Gallery

Svetlana V. Mikhaylova, PhD in Philology, Moscow City Pedagogical University, Moscow (Russia)

Anna V. Kuleshova, PhD in Philology, Moscow City Pedagogical University, Moscow (Russia)

New Format of Teacher Training: Digital Age Obliges

 Nataliya V. Chernyshkova, PhD in Philology, University of Finance under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow (Russia)

The MOOCS in the FLE Class in Non-Linguistic Universities

 Liubov L. Chitakhova, PhD in Philology, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University), Moscow (Russia)

Using Information and Communication Technologies in the Language Classroom at Levels B2-C1: a Case Study of Linguistic Competence

 Elena E. Miloserdova, Lecturer, International Academy of Business and New Technologies, Yaroslavl (Russia)

Exploring an Authentic Feature Film Online

 Houda Ben Hamadi Melaouhia, Director, PhD in Philology, Higher Institute of Languages of Tunis, University of Carthage, Tunis (Tunisia)

La Reformulation Entre Re-Dit et Non Dit