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Teaching students of pedagogical universities spontaneous speech based on a dialogical approach


Abstract. We consider the issue of teaching students of pedagogical universities spontaneous speech on the basis of a dialogic approach. The approach is implemented by the principles of dialogicity, the dominance of speech exercises for the development of skills of spontaneous foreign language speech, taking into account non-verbal means of communication for the greatest immersion in the culture and communication features of native speakers of the studied language, the development of critical thinking. Foreign language teaching is based on the methodological potential of a dialogical approach, which implies a communicative orientation of classes and parallel assimilation of vocabulary and grammar in various speech situations. Deductive and inductive methods for teaching dialogic communication are noted. Training is carried out on the basis of a methodology developed in accordance with the characteristics of spontaneous speech and includes principles, content (methodological, linguistic and psychological components), means (auditory authentic and educational dialogic texts), organizational forms (social role interaction), stages, strategies, techniques and exercises aimed at development skills and abilities of using normative features of spontaneous speech, as well as familiarization with the non-normative features of spontaneous speech based on the interaction of verbal and non-verbal means of communication.


foreign language teaching; dialogic approach; foreign language communicative competence; spontaneous speech

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