Accepted abstracts

TRANSTEXTUAL REFERENCES AND THEIR ROLE IN MIDDLEMARCHBY GEORGE ELIOT

Agata Buda, University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland;     Abstract: Although the novel Middlemarch is the example of a traditional, nineteenth-century English novel with its third-person narration and popular subjects (gender roles, realism of a Victorian world...

Moment as an Eternity in Woolf's '"Waves"

Natia Noidze, Georgia;   Abstract: It is regarded that ‘’Waves’’ is the most experimental novel of Virginia Woolf. The novel is unique with its unconventional structure and chapterless narration, however, my paper aims to research the issue of time in’ ’Waves’’. It is not surprising that...

Zoe Ferraris’s Detective Fiction: Investigating Saudi Women

Nesreen Al-Harby, King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia;    Abstract: This paper examines the effects of employing genre, detective fiction, on the representation of women in Saudi Arabia through a deep study of Zoe Ferraris’s trilogy: Finding Nouf (2008), City of Veils...

Slovak as a second language of children and possibilities of its development in kindergartens

Markéta Fiľagová, University of Trnava, Slovakia;    Abstract: The paper deals with the possibility of supporting children with different mother tongue in learning Slovak in the institutional environment of kindergartens. As the current conditions do not legally recognize the...

Language education support for children with different mother language in preschool age

Zuzana Bánovčanová, University of Trnava, Slovakia;    Abstract: With the increasing number of migrants in Europe, children from different cultural and language backgrounds are entering schools. Teachers and school principals in Slovakia are already encountering this problem. The...

EXPERIMENTATION OF TEACHING FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF ROMAN LAW IN CONTEMPORARY LAW EDUCATION

Öğretim Üyesi Elvan Sütken, Anadolu University, Turkey;         Abstract: Roman law, which is the most influencial law of ancient times, has great importance also today in law education for the perfection of law formation. In Roman law lessons, evolution of...

Gender politics in Shakespeare’s ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ as a stimulus for active learning and student engagement in the EFL classroom

Louise Kocianova, Trnava University, Slovakia;                Abstract: An active approach in the classroom dominates the teaching of Shakespeare in UK schools and its benefits are widely acknowledged for bringing together...

Teaching History Through Italian: Human Geography Realia as Cognitive and Pedagogical Tools in Monolingual Undergraduate CLIL Classes

Moreno Bonda, Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania;      Abstract: This paper discusses cognitive aspects of language and culture education. It tests a number of precepts on which the CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) teaching approach is based....

ON USAGE SPECIFICATIONS IN DICTIONARIES FOR LEARNERS OF ENGLISH: CAMBRIDGE IDIOMS DICTIONARY AND OXFORD IDIOMS DICTIONARY IN FOCUS

Anna Stachurska, University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland;        Abstract: It is beyond any doubt that the information provided by dictionary definitions should indicate that language use depends on the pragmatic situation of discourse as well as...

Kashubian as an ausbau language: a sociolinguistic perspective

Rafał Gołąbek, Uniwersytetu Technologiczno-Humanistycznego im. Kazimierza Pułaskiego w Radomiu, Poland;     Abstract: The article addresses a long-standing issue with regard to the status of Kashubian, a lect spoken in northern Poland. Should it be treated as a language, or a...