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Active methods of developing students’ motivation to read literature

Modern Technologies of Personnel Training , UDC: 372.882 DOI: 10.25688/2782-6597.2023.8.4.3


  • Antonova Alina Mikhailovna
  • Shiriaeva Victoria Valerievna PhD in Pedagogy


The authors of the article look into the needs of describing the methods for increasing and maintaining the motivation of students of teacher training colleges towards reading the proper literature, which contributes to the information security of Russia. The purpose of the article is to show the importance of studying correct literature by students of teacher training colleges for their professional formation and development. The methodological used in the research are analysis, specification, generalization. The main results of the study. Ways of motivating students to study proper literature are based on the results of students’ project activities. Scientific novelty. Of the work is that the very paper formulates ways of motivating students towards studying the proper literature. The practical relevance of the article lies in the fact that the proposed solutions for enhancing and maintaining students’ motivation in studying classical literature can be implemented in institutions of vocational education in subjects such as «Literature», «Russian Literature», «Literature (Russian and Foreign)», «Russian Language», «Native Language», «Speech Culture», «World Art Culture», «History», «Fundamentals of Philosophy», «Social Studies», «Individual Study Project» and others.

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Antonova, A. M. & Shiriaeva, V. V. (2023). Active methods of developing students’ motivation to read literature Bulletin of the Moscow City Pedagogical University. Series "Pedagogy and Psychology", 2023, №4 (8), 29. https://doi.org/10.25688/2782-6597.2023.8.4.3
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