On the term “generalized personality” in a scientific text: linguodidactic approach

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The paper applies the functional-communicative approach to study the meaning of generalized personality in scientific style, for purposes of teaching Russian as foreign language. A larger, than in traditional Russian grammar, perspective is proposed to define the concept of generalized personality. The relevance of this approach is determined by the importance of the skills in the sphere of scientific style of speech for communicative and professional competence of foreign language students. Different linguistic means expressing the generalized personality are described: generalized-personal sentences, passive and impersonal structures, infinitive subordinate clauses, sentences with subject containing generalized reference. It is appropriate from the perspective of didactics to study different structures expressing the generalized personality in scientific style on the system level. The paper suggests some didactic principles to develop systemic teaching of these means to foreign-language students: consequent introducing generalized personality models, systemic way of describing these models in scientific texts, concentricity. The research prospects are aimed at developing methods of didactic description of generalized personality means in different scientific genres.


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Nadezhda Ivanovna Tarasova

Nothern (Arctic) Federal University

Author for correspondence.
Email: n.tarasova@narfu.ru
17 Severnoy Dviny Embankment, Arkhangelsk, 163002, Russian Federation

PhD in Linguistics, Associate Professor of the Department of Translation Studies and Applied Linguistics

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