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Volume 50, 2018The International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2018)
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Creative approach to development of competence “writing” in foreign language classes
KTI (branch) of VSTU, Foreign Languages and Humanities Department, 403874 Kamyshin Lenin Street 6A, Russia
2 VSSPU, Theory of English Department, 400066 Volgograd, Lenin Av. 27, Russia
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This study examines the question of development of an important component of the foreign language communicative competence - the skill of writing as a structural element of the technical university students’ professional competence. The methods and ways of the stated aim achievement are analyzed from the perspective of the competence and personality-oriented approaches. Professional communication is presented as a multicomponent phenomenon, requiring detailed study. Foreign and domestic research in the field of foreign language teaching formed the theoretical basis for studying the methodical and didactic aspects of writing activities. The authors define students’ acquisition of writing skills in the process of education as the development of elementary communicative competence. Tasks for the writing skills development are described as a productive tool for organizing educational activities. The authors emphasize the special role of creative tasks and how they can contribute to achieving the set goals in teaching. Practical recommendations on the development of writing skills and this process monitoring are given.
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