Teaching Foreign Languages to Students of the Philological Direction Using the Academic Language

Authors

  • Oksana V. Asadchykh
  • Liudmyla H. Smovzhenko
  • Iryna V. Kindras
  • Ihor I. Romanov
  • Tetiana S. Pereloma

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47059/revistageintec.v11i4.2293

Abstract

Modern socio-educational student environment, which stands on communication is based on the exchange of visual images and philological units. Philology students see in communicating with foreign language communicants an opportunity to develop the spoken language of a non-native language, as well as to supplement this knowledge with cultural characteristics and new images. The perception of academically correct lexical group is relevant in combination with spoken language. The novelty of the study lies in the fact that the authors go beyond the stereotype, according to which the academic language is conventionally considered an anachronism and, in general, not an effective means to expand linguistic competence. The article proves that students are ready to learn the academic language not only ion the cultural plane, but also with the help of pedagogical methods. The study also confirms the authors' assertion that it is advisable to introduce an extended learning format into the curriculum in line with the techniques of linguistic learning. The practical value of this article lies in the fact that the study of the academic language by philology students will help them apply the acquired knowledge and skills in different social situations, which are often based on in-depth historical linguistic knowledge.

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2021-07-22

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