DEVELOPMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE SPEAKING SKILLS OF PHILOLOGY STUDENTS BY LEARNING SHORT PROSE IN GERMAN LANGUAGE

  • O. A. Lebyedyeva Bogdan Khmelnytsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University
Keywords: foreign original literary works in a foreign language, German-language short prose, integrative nature of learning, philological understanding of original fiction, social skills

Abstract

The article analyses the preparation of modern German philologists in relation to the selection of learning methods connected with original literary short prose texts that would effectively contribute to the formation of the foreign language skills. There is determined the importance of working on original literary texts in the general configuration of teaching a foreign language and culture. There is considered the significance of the first positive experience in learning German-language literature in the form of a short prose for the further attitude of the students to complex, extensive in terms of content and form original literary works. It is pointed out that in order to achieve a positive impact on the development of foreign language skills of philology students through the study of original literary works, there must be a direct connection between the pragmatic component, on the one hand, and aesthetic and ethical components of original literary short prose, on the other hand. It is noted that such a coordination needs a necessary adjustment of the educational process, that occurs under the conditions of adding of previously didactized by the teacher short German-language prose to the curriculum. On this basis, it is substantiated that the work with original literary texts in the study of a foreign language should have an integrative nature, which combines three subject fields: literature, language, cultural studies. The article is pointing out the role of the teacher in developing the motivation of students through the reaching of learning goals that combine understanding the aesthetic nature of literary texts with a foreign culture aspect. There is a practical example that shows possible forms of tasks to texts at the level of comprehension of concrete educational and methodical steps of their realization to reach the purpose of comprehensive development of philological understanding of original fiction in a foreign language and therefore effective formation of the foreign language skills. It is noted that by introducing the development of foreign language competences of students through the study of original literary works, the teacher of foreign languages should also promote the development of social competencies, a wish to communication, critical thinking, the development of personality to give students the impulse for a socially oriented communication.

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Published
2021-04-29
How to Cite
Lebyedyeva, O. A. (2021). DEVELOPMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE SPEAKING SKILLS OF PHILOLOGY STUDENTS BY LEARNING SHORT PROSE IN GERMAN LANGUAGE. Pedagogical Sciences: Theory and Practice , 1(3), 111-118. https://doi.org/10.26661/2522-4360-2020-3-1-16
Section
SECTION II. THEORY AND METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING (IN THE FIELDS OF KNOWLEDGE)