Communicative Skills In Teaching Language Disciplines


This article is devoted to the problem of the effectiveness of didactic tools used in teaching the language cycle disciplines, in particular Foreign language and Russian. The authors define the boundaries of the "communicative skills" concept and substantiate the need for the development of speech communicative competence in future specialists of the agro-industrial complex. The work also presents the results of a study of pedagogical activity aimed at the formation of students' communicative skills. The diagnostic methods used have shown an increase in the motivational activity of students after the application of the experimental program of teaching foreign and Russian languages developed by the authors. The diagnostics of students' communicative skills made it possible to assert that such interactive learning methods as "project method", "role play", "discussion", "situation modeling" contribute to solving methodological problems faced by linguistic teachers in non-linguistic universities, and allow to increase the effectiveness of the process of formation the communicative competence of students.

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Zyryanova, M. N., Lebedenko, O. N., Avilkina, I. N., & Danilina, Y. S. (2022). Communicative Skills In Teaching Language Disciplines. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 1222-1231). European Publisher.