The formation of linguoculturological competence of the 5-6th formers in the process of teaching Modern Greek

Колесник, Катерина Василівна (2017) The formation of linguoculturological competence of the 5-6th formers in the process of teaching Modern Greek PhD thesis, Київський університет імені Бориса Грінченка.

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Abstract

The issue of forming linguoculturological competence of the 5-6th formers in the process of teaching Modern Greek is addressed in the thesis. Various approaches to construing the nature, content and structure of the concept “linguoculturological competence” are analyzed and psychological, psycholinguistic and linguodidactic foundations of forming linguoculturological competence of the 5-6th formers are established. The experimental-and-research study proved that the efficiency of forming linguoculturological competence of the 5-6th formers could be sufficiently increased in case of systematic employment of tasks aiming at the development of the pupils’ linguoculturological knowledge, proficiency and skills. Targeted activities with lexical units incorporating a national-and-cultural component of semantics, notably words denoting both cultural and value concepts, formed an enduring interest to acquisition of Modern Greek and the respective culture among the pupils of the experimental classes, gave rise to the pupils’ positive attitude towards using the obtained knowledge to achieve expressiveness and intelligibility while forming their own utterances.

Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Uncontrolled Keywords: linguoculturological competence, system of exercises, national-and cultural component of the content of teaching, receptive exercises, reproductive exercises, productive exercises, text.
Subjects: Abstracts > Спецради Університету
Divisions: НМЦ > НМЦ досліджень, наукових проектів та програм
Depositing User: Ганна Сало
Date Deposited: 03 May 2017 12:55
Last Modified: 03 May 2017 12:55
URI: http://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/19500

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