ROLE OF GRAMMAR IN THE FORMATION OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS

Cover Page

Abstract


The article considers the role of grammar in the formation of communicative competence of non-linguistic students studying Arabic. Recognizing the fundamental role of linguistic competence in the formation and efficient development of the other components of foreign language communicative competence, the authors consider it advisable to start it from the very first lesson, paying particular attention to the typological peculiarities of the Arabic language, its grammar system. The article presents the characteristic features of the grammatical system of the Arabic language, the word and root structure, the knowledge of which at an early stage of learning will help to avoid problems and will allow to build the necessary linguistic thinking. The theoretical basis was the works of the famous Arabists Starinin (1963) and Yushma-nov (1938, 1998), as well as the outstanding Russian linguist Academician Fortunatov (1990). Such studies are important for comparative grammar and typology of languages and allow to get closer to the worldview of the native Arabic speakers. The conclusions may find their practical application in teaching the Arabic language for Russian students and the Russian language for Arabs.


T A Vavichkina

Principal contact for editorial correspondence.
vavichkina_ta@pfur.ru
RUDN University 10, Miklukho-Maklaya str., Moscow, Russia, 117198

Vavichkina Tatiana Anatolievna, PhD in Philological sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Foreign Languages, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, RUDN University; Research Interests: Grammar of the literary Arabic language, Methodology of teaching the Arabic language at various stages of education, Typology

Y E Vlasova

vlasova_yue@pfur.ru
RUDN University 10, Miklukho-Maklaya str., Moscow, Russia, 117198

Vlasova Yulia Evgenievna, PhD in Philological sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Foreign Languages, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, RUDN University; Research Interests: Grammar of the literary Arabic language, Methodology of teaching the Arabic language at various stages of education, Typology

  • Vavichkina, T.A. (2003). Morphological structure of Verbal Word in the Arabic and Russian languages (typological analysis): [dissertation]. Moscow: Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia. (in Russ).
  • Krasil'nikova, E.V. (2009). The foreign language communicative competence in the researches of domestic and foreign scientists. Yaroslavl pedagogical bulletin, 1, 179—184. URL: http://vestnik.yspu.org/releases/2009_1g/41.pdf (accessed: 18.04.2017). (in Russ).
  • Reformatskij, A.A. (1997). Introduction to linguistics. Moscow: Aspekt Press Publ. (in Russ).
  • Starinin, V.P. (1963). The structure of Semitic words. Moscow: izdatel'stvo vostochnoi literatury. (in Russ).
  • The Federal component of state educational standard of secondary (complete) comprehensive education in foreign languages (2004). The new national standards in foreign language classes 2—11. Education in documents and comments. Moscow: AST: Astrel' Publ. (in Russ).
  • Fortunatov, F.F. (1990). The lectures on comparative linguistics. The comparative declension. 1884—1885 course of lectures. Moscow State University Bulletin. Series 9. Philology, 2, 61—85. (in Russ).
  • Hutorskoj, A.V. (2002). The definition of all-objective contents and key competence as a charac¬teristic for a new approach in designing educational standarts. Internet-magazine “Eidos”. URL: http://www.eidos.ru/journal/2002/0423.htm (accessed: 10.04.2017). (in Russ).
  • Jushmanov, N.V. (1938). The System of the Arabic language. Leningrad: Izdatel'stvo Leningrad¬skogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. (in Russ).
  • Jushmanov, N.V. (1998). Selected works: Works on General phonetics, Semitology and classical Arabic morphology. Moscow: Izdatel'skaya firma «Vostochnaya literatura» RAN. (in Russ).

Views

Abstract - 123

PDF (Russian) - 51


Copyright (c) 2017 Vavichkina T.A., Vlasova Y.E.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.