Department of English Philology
room. 435, tel. 239-41-04;

Resource Centre "TEMPUS-Tacis"

room. 413, tel. 239-42-81


Marko Latyk,
Lecturer.
E-mail: stryiskyi@yahoo.com

Brief Review of the Career:

1984 - 1985 -
student of the Department of English Philology;
1985 - 1987 -
military service;
1987 - 1991 -
student of the Department of English Philology;
1991 - 1994 -
lecturer of the Department of English Philology;
1994 - 1997 -
Post Graduate Courses;
1997 - by now -
lecturer of the Department of English Philology; Manager of the Resource Centre "TEMPUS-Tacis".

Most important works:

 Type
Short Content
8 articles -
on typological analysis of the English Modal Auxiliaries and their Ukrainian equivalents;

text-books/manuals -

1) "Video-Interpreting Course" (based on 8 documentary films; to train 
   students skills of authentic English comprehension);
2) "A History of the British Isles" (providing insights into the history of 
   the culture of the peoples inhabiting the British Isles reaching as far 
   back as to the ancient times; includes tests for material comprehension);

3) " " (Collection of tests in English language for the entrance exams; co-author);

WWW documents -
1) "Video-Interpeting Course" (a programme on training students skills in compehension of authentic English and its translation into Ukrainian) - "TEMPUS-Tacis" local intranet;
2) "Flying High" (English for air traffic controllers) - "TEMPUS-Tacis" local intranet;
3) "Phonetic Course of English" (Distant Learning Course);
4) "British Area Studies" (Distant Learning Course);
5) "The USA Area Studies" (Distant Learning Course);
6) " English Lexicology" (Distant Learning Course).

See some samples ("TEMPUS-Tacis" local intranet):
Sample 1
Sample 2
Sample 3

Most important mobilities:

Year
Destination
Short Content
1998 
Great Britain (John Moorse
 University, Liverpool)
within 
the International Project TEMPUS-Tacis
 Applied Foreign Languages
1999
Great Britain (John Moorse
 University, Liverpool)
within 
the International Project TEMPUS-Tacis
 Applied Foreign Languages
2000
France (Angers University, Angers)
within 
the International Project TEMPUS-Tacis
 Applied Foreign Languages

Current trends in research: Practical Grammar of English Language (the Verb). Typological contrastive analysis of the English Modal Auxiliaries and their Ukrainian equivalents.