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Supronova A.S. Communicative technologies implementation in the Russian language classes for the foreign military servants’ audience

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.7.p372-378
Communicative technologies implementation in the Russian language classes for the foreign military servants’ audience
Angelina Nikolayevna Supronova, the teacher, Military Academy of Logistics named by General A.V. Khrulev, St. Petersburg

The article proposes the model of professionally-oriented training of the foreign military personnel in the language of specialties related to the construction of bridges and roads, as well as military logistics. Being current within these specialties, the lexical material is organized into clusters and treated as a learning tool. Particularly focuses on culturally-marked vocabulary, which reflects the values of military conceptual sphere and allows to implement the principle of " from understanding highly professional vocabulary to its sensory perception", which is cognitive-communicative dominant of the proposed model. The advantages and novelty of this approach are: in teaching the specialty language, taking into account aspects of military linguodidactics; in activation of elements of the language of specialty on the conceptual background of the field military picture of the world and national picture of the world; in the possibility of the substantial expansion of the range of application of communication technologies taking into account the principle communicatively. The basis of the model of teaching the language of specialty is technology of development of critical thinking, increasing motivation, conferences, excursions, projects, information and communication technologies.
Keywords: communicative technologies, methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language, training model, professionally-oriented training, military education, military linguodidactics, military concept sphere, lexical cluster.
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