Psycho-Emotional And Cognitive Aspects Of Teaching The Russian And Speech Culture


Teaching the Generation Z representatives is a complex problem since the traditional teaching practice, including the Russian language and the culture of speech, does not adequately take on the peculiarities of mosaic thinking and predominantly visual perception. At the same time, the importance of the extraordinary speech competence formation for the future professional dictates the need to rethink the approaches and teaching methods. The foundation for this rethinking is the cognitive and psycho-emotional characteristics of Generation Z, which should be understood by the teacher as a given, and considered as advantages, not disadvantages. The author analyzes the results of his mindfulness and short-sample technique and describes some Russian language and culture of speech tasks. The main principle of them is the reverse method, the studying Russian speech culture opposite tack. The modern scientific improvements make it possible to explain the causes and essence of the generation Z features. These allow the teacher not to retrain students, but to learn their skills himself and from this position to increase their speech competencies in a comfortable psycho-emotional environment.

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