ONLINE CRASH COURSE «DISCOVER UKRAINE WITH THE UKRAINIAN LANGUAGE»: CONTENT AND METHODOLOGICAL BACKGROUND
Keywords:online crash course, content, e-learning, blended learning, Ukrainian as a foreign language.
AbstractThe paper presents the insights of e-learning education and organizing an online crash course in particular. Goals, content and methodological support peculiarities of the online Crash Course “Discover Ukraine with the Ukrainian language” reflect the orig
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