О МЕХАНИЗМЕ ОЦЕНИВАНИЯ ЛИНГВИСТИЧЕСКОЙ КОМПЕТЕНЦИИ СТУДЕНТОВ НЕЯЗЫКОВОГО ВУЗА

Translated title of the contribution: About the mechanism of non-linguistic students’ linguistic competence

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Abstract

This article considers the diagnostic tools which allow evaluating of non-linguistic students’ linguistic competences’ level. The linguistic competence is a theoretical and practical interest to specialists’ training, including foreign languages, because according to the new concepts in the education the students’ level of foreign language should be high enough for fluent communication, education and participation in real cooperative projects. The author offers a linguistic competence’s defining as a total integrity of skill, motivation and readiness to realize it in different communicative situations; all these skills should be got during the foreign language course. Hence, the structural components of the competence come to cognitive (knowledge), operation-activity (skills) and motivational (readiness). In order to evaluate the linguistic competence right the article provides criteria and indices of its structural components’ development, and also optimal methods of each component’s check. The methods allow identification of students’ levels in general and also confirmation of a chosen method’s efficiency or foreign language teaching technology; that system helps to correct educational process in proper time. The criteria and indices have been tested in the process of the author’s experimentalresearch work and can be used in further investigations.
Translated title of the contributionAbout the mechanism of non-linguistic students’ linguistic competence
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)144-150
Number of pages7
JournalДискуссия
Issue number5(57)
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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