Дискурсивно-ориентированные междисциплинарные подходы к анализу художественных текстов

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С изменением моделей коммуникации в ситуации глобализации изучение иностранных языков, особенно английского языка, становится все более важной проблемой для лиц, работающих в системе образования, не говоря о тех, кто должен поддерживать свой академический уровень на протяжении всей жизни. Целью данной статьи является обсуждение возможных способов наращивания языковой компетенции и навыков анализа языка обучающимися по программам EFLit. Соответственно, автор задается вопросом о том, должен ли преподаватель придерживаться основанного на дискурсивном подходе понимания (нормативного) языка и анализировать тексты, следуя принципам педагогической стилистики и учитывая знания прагматики и других областей знания в рамках более широкой области прикладной лингвистики. На первый план обсуждения в статье вынесены те области, которые в наибольшей степени подвержены конвергенции лингвистики и методики обучения языку. В частности, в статье показано, что педагогическая стилистика в обучении EFLit развивает учебные компетенции и повышает осведомленность учащихся о процедурах передачи языкового значения в рамках текста и, более широко, культурного и социального контекста. Анализ отрывка из книги Фреда Д’Агуайра «Насколько я помню» (1995) помогает понять, какие языковые компетенции требуются в процессе чтения для понимания этой книги.

Альсина Соуса

alcina.sousa@staff.uma.pt
Университет Мадейры Colégio dos Jesuítas, Rua dos Ferreiros, 9000-082 Фуншал, Португалия

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