THE DEVELOPMENT OF LINGUOCULTURAL SKILLS AMONG FUTURE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE TEACHERS OUTLINED IN UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

  • Antonina Petrovna Olesova Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Department of Methods of Teaching the Russian Language and Literature, Faculty of Philology, Associate Professor, North-Eastern Federal University
  • Lena Yanvarichna Kuzmina Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Department of Methods of Teaching the Russian Language and Literature, Faculty of Philology, Associate Professor, North-Eastern Federal University
  • Natalia Yuryevna Pechetova Candidate of Philological Sciences, Department of the Russian Language, Faculty of Philology, Associate Professor, North-Eastern Federal University
  • Anna Valentinovna Shkatuliak Candidate of Philological Sciences, Department of the Russian Language, Faculty of Philology, Associate Professor, North-Eastern Federal University
  • Tatyana Aleksandrovna Berdnikova Candidate of Philological Sciences, Department of General Linguistics and Rhetoric, Faculty of Philology, Associate Professor, North-Eastern Federal University
Palavras-chave: learning methods and technologies, cultural competence, sociocultural competence, linguocultural competence, methods of learning the Russian language.

Resumo

The issue of developing linguocultural competence among future Russian language teachers is relevant in the context of multicultural educational space, considering that this competence is the most important and professionally significant personal quality. The development of linguocultural competence ensures student’s readiness to implement the ideas of the culturological approach in the process of education, his/her readiness to teach the Russian language in the context of Russian culture and the dialogue of cultures. The purpose of the study is to illuminate the methodological experience in the application of modern methods and technologies in the system of higher education. The aim of such methods and technologies is to help the future Russian language teacher develop linguocultural competence during the course of studying the culture-oriented methodological subject Intercultural Communication in the Russian Language Lessons, which is included in the educational bachelor’s degree program 44.03.05 Pedagogical Education (with two specializations) at the North-Eastern Federal University n.a. Ammosov. To achieve this goal, the following tasks are performed: study of the theoretical foundations of culture-oriented linguistic methodology; analysis of the concepts, methods, and technology of developing linguocultural competence in the course of studying languages; definition of the methods and technologies of developing linguocultural competence of future Russian language teachers applied in the course of Intercultural Communication in the Russian Language Lessons. These tasks are performed through a set of theoretical and empirical methods, including: analysis of scientific and methodical literature, study and analysis of educational standards and programs, lesson observation, analysis and evaluation of the products of students’ learning activities; description of pedagogical experience. The study was conducted under the guidance of the Department of Russian Language and Literature Teaching Methodology at the Philology Faculty of the North-Eastern Federal University n.a. Ammosov. The introduction of the course of Intercultural Communication in the Russian Language Lessons shows that the development of linguocultural competence among students is facilitated by the application of the principle of science and the connection of theory and practice, the principle of intersubject communications and the integrative approach, the principle of competency and the activity approach, and correlations between learning and research activities. Effective methods of developing the linguocultural competence among future Russian language teachers are: problem lectures (binary and interactive); imitative learning technologies; project technologies (individual and group projects); and research methods.

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PETROVNA OLESOVA, A.; YANVARICHNA KUZMINA, L.; YURYEVNA PECHETOVA, N.; VALENTINOVNA SHKATULIAK, A.; ALEKSANDROVNA BERDNIKOVA, T. THE DEVELOPMENT OF LINGUOCULTURAL SKILLS AMONG FUTURE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE TEACHERS OUTLINED IN UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS. Gênero & Direito, v. 9, n. 2, 24 fev. 2020.
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