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Department of English for International Professional Activities
Associate Professor
PhD (Philology)
Associate Professor

1969-1974: Minsk State Pedagogical Institute for Foreign Languages, a student of English and German.

1986-1989: Minsk State Linguistic University / PhD student in Applied Linguistics.

1994: PhD Dissertation presented .

Further training and Fellowships

2001, 2009: University of Oxford Hospitality Scheme(Great Britain), visiting fellow to New College and UO Language Centre.

2002: Fulbright Scholarship, Villanova Law School, PA, USA.

2014-present: member of the Legal Writing Institute, Macon, GA, USA.

2010-2013: Campus Europae Programme for distance foreign language learning and teaching.

2013: Erasmus staff exchange programme to the university of Alcala, Spain.

2017: MELTA (Munic English Language Teachers Association) teacher training programme ,Germany.

Professional /academic career

2015-present: Associate Professor, Belarusian State University, International Relations School, Department of English for Economics.

2005-2010: Head, Translations Department, Institute for Enterpreneurship, Minsk, Belarus.

1998-2013: Head, Foreign languages department, European Humanities University, Minsk, Belarus-Vilnius, Lithuania.

1996-1998: Associate Professor at the first Belarus-USA MBA School at Belarusian State University.

Academic Area and Research Topics

Foreign language teaching, intercultural communication, civic education, legal writing , multimedia technologies in foreign language teaching.

Course Involvement

Intercultural communication in English, CLIL, Professional Communication in Interaction, Academic English, Translation .

Applied Linguistics/Second Language Acquisition

 
  1. Говорова, Н. И. Лексико-семантический аспект работы над текстом / Н. И. Говорова // Обзор педагогических исследований. – 2022. – http://opi-jornal.ru
  2. Говорова, Н. И. Речемыслительная задача как средство развития лексикона на инстранном языке / Н. И. Говорова // Практика преподавания иностранных языков на факультете международных отношений БГУ: электронный сборник трудов преподавателей языковых кафедр ФМО. Выпуск XI. — Минск: БГУ, 2021. – C. 58 - 60.
  3. Hovarava, N. I. Second language lexicon formation in the process of textual activities \ N. I. Hovarava \\ Languale and culture in the epoch of scholarly knwledge and professional education integration: proceedings of the IV international research-and - practice conference / In 2 Sections. Section II. – Pyatigorsk (Russia) : PSU, 2020. - pp. 146 - 152.
  4. Hovarava, N.I. Integrated (soft skills) development in teaching a foreign language as an instrument for the future professional activities\ N. I. Hovarava \\ Intercultural communication and profession oriented teaching foreign languages: proceedings of the XIV International scientific conference, Minsk, 29 October 2020; ed:V.G. Shadursky [at al.] - pp.428-432. 
  5. Hovarava, N. I. Second language lexicon formation in the process of textual activities \ N. I. Hovarava \\ Languale and culture in the epoch of scholarly knwledge and professional education integration: proceedings of the IV international research-and - practice conference / In 2 Sections. Section II. – Pyatigorsk (Russia) : PSU, 2020. - pp. 146 - 152.
  6. Hovarava, N.I. Innovative Technologies in the Formation and Development of the Value Picture of the World by Means of a Foreign Language\ N.I.Hovarava,S.A.Dubinka\\ Acsciology of Foreign Language Learning in the Context of Educating  the  Teachers of the Future : Proceedings of the International Research-and-Practice Forum.- Moscow , MSPU, Dec.6-7 2019.- Р. 486 - 501.
  7. Hovarava, N.I.The Students Autonomous Work Management: a Motivation Aspect.\ N.I.Hovarava \\ Intercultural Communication and Professionally Oriented Foreign Language Teaching: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference, Minsk,Oct.30 2019\ edit.V.G.Shadursky at al. - Minsk : BSU Publishing Center,2019. - pp. 92 - 96.
  8. Hovarava, N. I Watching "The Terminal": training materials / A. S. Tamarina [etc.]. – Minsk: BGU, 2018. - 59 pages.
  9. Hovarava N. I. Text-based practice for students' autonomous vocabulary study. / N.I.Hovarava // Intercultural Communication in ESP : proceedings of the 12th International Conference at FIR BSU: ed.V.Shadursky(at al.)--Мinsk, 2018.-- P. 176 - 177.
  10. Hovarava, N. I. Blended Learning Approach To ESL Teaching in Low-Residence Programme: A Case Study / N. Hovarava, V. Minina, P. Solovyov // Language and Culture in the Epoch of Integrating Research and Professional Education: Proceedings of International Conference at Pyatigorsk State University, Russia. – Pyatigorsk, 2018. – p. 72-80.
  11. Hovarava, N. I. English for Customs Use: учеб.-метод. пособие / S. A. Dubinko [и др.]. – Мinskк : BSU, 2017. - 139 p.
  12. Hovarava, N.I. Use of Media in the Autonomous Foreign Language Learning / N.I. Hovarava, P.L. Solovyov // Modern Tendencies of Linguistic (Language) Education: Proceedings of International Conference at Minsk State University; ed. N. Baranova [et al.]. – Minsk, 2017. – p. 96-100.
  13. Hovarava, N. I. Основные характеристики самостоятельной работы студентов / Н. И. Говорова // Практика преподавания иностранных языков на факультете международных отношений БГУ: электр. сб. ст./ Белорус, гос. ун-т, ФМО. – Минск, 2017. – Вып.7. – С. 57 - 60. 
  14. Hovarava, N. I. Optimizing the process of the communicative problem solution / N.I. Hovarava // Intercultural Communication in ESP: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference at FIR BSU; ed. V. Shadursky [et al.]. – Minsk, 2017. – p. 184-185.
  15. Hovarava, N. I. Some Special Aspects of Teaching ESP Course / A.S. Tamarina, N.I. Hovarava // ESL Teaching Experience at FIR BSU: e-Collection of Articles / Belarusian State University, FIR. – Minsk, 2017, iss. 7 – p. 84-85.
  16. Hovarava, N.I. Managing the Students’ Autonomous Vocabulary Study / N.I. Hovarava, A.S. Tamarina // ESL Teaching Experience at FIR BSU: e- Collection of Articles / Belarusian State University, FIR. – Minsk, 2017, iss. 7 – p. 52-53.
  17. Hovarava, N.I. Trafficking Culture / N.I. Hovarava // English for Customs in Use: textbook / S.A. Dubinko, V.A. Ostroga et al., - Minsk, BSU, 2017. – p. 97-110.
  18. Hovarava, N.I. Formation of the linguo-cognitive discourse as a didactic and social basis for language study at the International Relations School / N.I. Hovarava // Intercultural Communication in ESP: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference at FIR BSU; ed. V. Shadursky [et al.]. – Minsk, 2016. – p. 53-54.
  19. Hovarava, N. I. Developing business communication competence / N.I. Hovarava // ESL Teaching Experience at FIR BSU: e- Collection of Articles / Belarusian State University, FIR. – Minsk, 2016, iss. 4 – p. 65-66.
  20. Hovarava, N.I. Personal motivation for the autonomous study of students / N.I. Hovarava // Topical Issus of Philology, Pedagogy and Psychology of ESP / Collection of Articles / FIR BSU, iss. 4. – 2016. – p. 28-32.
  21. Hovarava, N. I. Management of the Students’ Autonomous Vocabulary Practice / N.I. Hovarava // Vestnik MSLU. - № 2 (28). – Minsk, 2015. – p. 79-86.
  22. Hovorova, N.I. Public Service Interpreting / N.I. Hovarava // e- Course. – Minsk: BSEU, 2015. – 80 p.
  23. Hovarava, N. I. Civic competence in intercultural communication / N.I. Hovarava // Intercultural Communication in ESP: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference at FIR BSU; ed. V. Shadursky [et al.]. – Minsk, 2015. – p. 25-27.
  24. Hovarava, N. I. Description and modeling of the autonomous vocabulary practice / N.I. Hovarava // ESL Teaching Experience at FIR BSU: e- Collection of Articles / Belarusian State University, FIR. – Minsk, 2015. – p. 41-42.
  25. Hovarava, N. I. Intensification of the problem solving tasks in training ESL communication skills / N.I. Hovarava // Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Communication / Collection of Articles on Intercultural Communication BSEU: iss. 5 / - Minsk: RIHE, 2015. – p. 20-28.
  26. Hovarava, N. I. Tools and Methods for Optimizing ESL Teaching To Low-Residence Students Using Blended Learning Approach / N.I. Hovarava // Developing Distance Education: Problems and Perspectives / Collection of Articles of European Humanities University, ed. G.Ya. Minenkov, A.E. Puptsev / - Vilnius, Lithuania, 2014. – p. 183-184.
  27. Hovarava, N. I. Tasks design for academic public speaking at the post-graduate level / N.I. Hovarava // The 8th International Conference “Innovative Language Teaching and Learning in Europe: Diversity, Quality, Mobility, Employability”. Vilnius, Lithuania. 9-10 June, 2014. - P. 53 - 55. 
  28. Hovarava, N. I. Blended Learning Mode in Teaching English To High-Residence Students / N.I. Hovarava, B.G. Minina, P.L. Solovyov // Proceedings of the 4th International Conference “Entrepreneurship in Belarus: Experience of Formation and Perspectives of Development” / Minsk, April 10 2014 / ed. Tsibivsky V.L. – Minsk. Kovtcheg. 2014. – p. 213 - 215.
  29. Hovarava, N.I. ESL Blended Learning: A Case Study for High- Residence Students / N.I. Hovarava, V.G. Minina, P.L. Solovyov // Proceedings of the 7th International Conference “Languages in a Multilingual and Multicultural Europe: Quo Vadis?” / Klaipeda, 7-8 June, 2013. - P. 15 - 17. 
  30. Hovarava, N.I. Use of Media in the Distant Learning English Language Course / N.I. Hovarava, P.L. Solovyov // Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference “E- Learning for a Changing World: New Role of Electronic and Interactive Design”, EHU, Vilnius, Lithuania, November the 3d and 4th, 2011. - P. 57 - 58. 
  31. Hovarava, N. (2010). Motivating Students for Self-study In V. V. Sheverdov (Ed.) Entrepreneurship in Belarus: Experience and perspectives (International conference materials), part 2  Belarusian State Pedagogical University: Minsk, Belarus. - P. 31 – 33.
  32. Hovarava, N. (2009). Some Principles for Introducing Belarusian LL.M. Students to International Legal Discourse. Global Legal Skills Conference IV. Georgetown University Law Center, USA. - P. 66-67.
  33. Hovarava, N. et al. (2009). Translations in business and economics. Managers Training Institute: Minsk, Belarus. - P. 36-38.
  34. Hovarava, N. (2009). Student’s lexicon built-up while text processing. In V. V. Sheverdov (Ed.) Entrepreneurship in Belarus: Experience and perspectives (International conference materials), part 2. Belarusian State Pedagogical University: Minsk, Belarus. P. 23 – 24.
  35. Hovarava, N. (2008). Didactical and psychological aspects of students autonomous work in foreign language learning. In V. V. Sheverdov (Ed.) Education in economics and modern teaching technologies. Economy and entrepreneurship. Belarusian State Pedagogical University: Minsk, Belarus. P. 32 - 36.
  36. Hovarava, N. et al. (2008). Master your Business English skills! Minsk, Belarus. - 156 p. 
  37. Hovarava, N., Lisovskaya, E. et al. (2007). Texts for reading, interpreting, and translation. Minsk, Belarus. - 99 p.
  38. Hovarava, N. (2006). The characteristics of student autonomous learning of foreign languages. In A. N. Yezhov (Ed.) Russia in XXI Century: Innovations and Traditions (International conference materials). Yupiter: Moscow-Archangelsk, Russia. - P. 77 - 79.
  39. Hovarava, N. (2006). Discourse analysis in teaching translation and interpreting. Linguistic Didactics and Foreign Language Teaching Methodology: Towards a New Paradigm (International conference). Minsk, Belarus. - P. 96 - 97.
  40. Hovarava, N. (2006). Student autonomous work in foreign language learning. In V. V. Sheverdov (Ed.) Entrepreneurship in Belarus: Experience and perspectives (International conference materials), part 2 . Belarusian State Pedagogical University: Minsk, Belarus. - P. 29 – 31.
  41. Hovarava, N. (2005). Forming the target of educational activities in the process of autonomous studies. Vestnik MGLU (Minsk State Linguistic University Newsletter Journal), 2(8). - P. 117 - 119. 
  42. Hovarava, N. (2005). Developing legal writing programs for Belarusian students. Preparing for Practice: Developing Legal Skills Programs in Central and Eastern Europe (International conference). Prague, Czech Republic. - P. 89 - 92. 
  43. Hovarava, N. (2004). Make your students ready for the future: A complex approach to legal document writing. Horizons (11 two-year conference). Institute for Legal Writing, Seattle WA, USA. - P. 213 - 217.
  44. Hovarava, N. (2003). Teaching legal writing to Belarusian students. Legal Education for the World Unity (Conference). American Legal Schools Association, Washington DC. - P. 209 - 215. 
  45. Hovarava, N. (2003). Dictionary of tourism terminology. European Humanities University: Minsk, Belarus. - 100 p. 
  46. Hovarava, N. (2003). The contents and structure of cognitive activities in student autonomous work. Self-development in Foreign Language Learning: Methods, Theory, and Practice (Conference). Minsk, Belarus. - P. 134 - 136. 
  47. Hovarava, N. (2002). Starting a legal writing course. Educational Management in a Transitional Economy (Conference). Minsk, Belarus. - P. 136. - 139.
  48. Hovarava, N. (2001). The development of business communication competencies. Communicative Behavior Srategies (Conference). Minsk, Belarus. - P. 213 - 215. 
  49. Hovarava, N. (2000). Personal civic awareness development. Humanistic Values and Pedagogical Problems in Foreign Languages Teaching (Conference). Minsk, Belarus. - P. 175 - 177. 
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