• Alla Martyniuk
  • Alla Hubina
Keywords: structuring of educational information, students of non-language specialties, textbook, philological disciplines, professional thinking


The article deals with the peculiarities of the process of educational information structuring for the students of technical specialties. It is stated that the process of the content structuring of educational disciplines is logical construction of the educational material and it is aimed at the study, target orientation of scientifi c knowledge and its adaptation to the learning environment. According to the principle of knowledge structuring, all educational material should be grouped according to its functions: informational, operational, controlling, updating, stimulating, diagnosing.
Effective educational information structuring as a component of the training of students of non-language specialties should be carried out in certain pedagogical conditions. First, the student must understand the specifi cs of his profession. Secondly, professionally signifi cant qualities should be formed in the future specialists. Thirdly, students must know and possess skills and abilities according to the types of educational information, its functions, didactic principles, techniques, methods, stages, structural approaches. Fourthly, they should master the skills and abilities of information structuring. Students of non-language specialties have to master educational information structuring while studying in the higher educational establishment. They must be aware of the structure and structural elements of the educational information. It is possible to realize this idea during the course of the foreign language for specifi c purposes. A manual or a textbook should provide the student with the necessary information
and create conditions for self-control.

How to Cite
Martyniuk, A., & Hubina, A. (2018). CONTENT STRUCTURING OF EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL BY STUDENTS OF THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Scientific Notes of Ostroh Academy National University: Philology Series, 2(69), 10-13. Retrieved from