FORMATION OF STUDENTS' COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE WITH THE HELP OF NONFICTION TEXTS
Keywords:journalistic text, language culture, discourse, communication
The importance of forming communicative competence through the lens of nonfiction texts is considered in the article. Several directions are offered - exercises on forming the culture of publicistic speech of students in the process of learning German, and the effectiveness of using the basic communicative method of teaching a foreign language in higher pedagogical education. Communication is defined as communication, combination, transmission, and perception of information in interpersonal relationships that implies a communication process. The norm of communication depends on adherence to certain moral qualities and the culture of speech of the interlocutors, in our case students. Today, as ever, foreign language is becoming an effective factor in the socio-economic, scientific, technical, and cultural progress of society.
In the article, nonfiction texts are also considered as one of the factors in the formation of nonfiction speech in student youth. The culture of nonfiction, after all, is the meaning of language and its use in the whole set of functional styles inherent in it. After all, according to the authors, the texts of newspaper and journalistic journalism most strongly encourage students to exchange ideas and opportunities for creative self-realization, formation of critical thinking, associative thinking, and spontaneous foreign language.
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