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Discussion as a mechanism for the development of students’ coherent oral Russian speech: theory and method
The study is devoted to the consideration of the features of the development of coherent oral Russian speech of students in social reality. Many theoretical works are devoted to the study of the theoretical and methodological foundations of the development of coherent Russian speech, since correct, normalized speech allows you to effectively interact in all spheres of life. Without a high level of speech skills, it is impossible to argue and develop freely, speech should not be constrained, which, in turn, will allow a more thorough approach to the substantive side of the process of speech activity. In order to identify the level of development of oral Russian speech and solve problems, we present an analysis of pedagogical research in the form of a control discussion on a given topic. We also describe the basics of the working methods at the preparatory stage of the discussion as one of the forms for the implementation of coherent oral Russian speech. The results of the study showed that without preliminary preparation for oral utterance under the strict guidance of a teacher, students make a significant number of errors and shortcomings, among which we can especially note: lexical, punctuation, intonation, and logical. Based on the results of the study, we state that the most important components of the process of oral Russian speech development are pre-training and the teacher’s word, which has a significant positive effect on the development and development of students’ coherent oral speech. The theoretical and practical significance of the presented study lies, first of all, in the fact that it has a scientific and cognitive value.
educational and extracurricular discussion, coherent oral speech, theory and methods for the development of Russian speech, Russian language teaching
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Theory and Methods of Russian Language Teaching
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