Academic language as an object of teaching foreign languages to philology students
Keywords:command of academic language, development of the cognitive component of speech, pedagogical effect, professional activity of philology students, the introduction of formative measures
In the modern socio-educational environment, which is developed through intercultural exchange and the implementation of new methods of spreading knowledge, communication in the student environment is based on the exchange of visual images and philological units. For students of the philological direction, communication with foreign language communicants is determined by the possibility of improving the function of conversation, perception of cultural characteristics and obtaining new images. Of relevance is the perception of not only spoken language by students, but also of the academically correct lexical group. The novelty of the study is determined by the fact that academic language is often perceived as a kind of anachronism, as something insufficient to expand linguistic competence. The study proves that the readiness of students to implement the provisions of academic language is possible not only culturally, but is also achievable by pedagogical methods. The study demonstrates that the implementation of the extended learning format is achieved through the techniques of linguistic learning. The practical significance of the study is that the perception of academic language will allow students of the philological direction to implement their skills in various social spheres, which may require historical language research and be predominantly fundamental.
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