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2013, vol. 26, iss. 4, pp. 135-142
Linguistic-pedagogical aspect of the role of a teacher in a bilingual teaching
Union University, Faculty of Law and Business Studies 'dr Lazar Vrkatic', Novi Sad

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Keywords: bilingual teaching; adoption of language; multi linguist; competence; teaching techniques
Abstract
This paper analysis linguistic-pedagogical role and responsibilities of class or subject teachers in bilingual teaching. In the first phases of implementation of bilingual teaching, most of interested teachers can feel certain anxiety for linguistic-communicative competencies and possibilities of realization of teaching in a foreign language. Aims of bilingual teaching and foreign language teaching are not the same, so the competencies recommended in official documents, and which mean that foreign language knowledge should be at least at B2 level, is sufficient, because bilingual teaching is based on adoption the foreign language through communication directed to contents of non-linguistic subject. At the beginning, teaching in a foreign language is not easy, but the basic problem of realization of bilingual teaching is nor linguistic, but it is methodological. This is why there should be thorough preparation of future lecturers, and this would include harmonization of teaching techniques applied in the subject within the subject they teach and teaching techniques applied in modern foreign language teaching.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Professional Paper
published in SCIndeks: 20/03/2014