Features of teaching professionally oriented foreign language to non-linguistic students
Особливості навчання іноземної мови за професійним спрямуванням студентів немовних спеціальностей

O. Yu. Korzh, SI ", A. A. Zakharzhevska, State University of Telecommunications", SI "State University of Telecommunications"
2021 Bulletin of Luhansk Taras Shevchenko National University. Historical Sciences  
The article considers the peculiarities of teaching professionally-oriented foreign language to students of non-linguistic specialities. It is determined that professionally-oriented education assumes professional content of educational materials and activities, and the content of foreign language teaching should be communicative and professionally oriented. It is established that the professional orientation of education requires the integration of a foreign language with specialized
more » ... s, careful selection of educational materials. It is found that one of the main tasks of professionally-oriented foreign language teaching of non-linguistic students is the development of communication skills, which include speaking, listening, reading and translation, and writing. The peculiarities of each of these skills development are analyzed and it is determined that in dialogue the skills and abilities of unprepared speech, its spontaneity and speed are acquired; in the monologue the prepared speech with its logic and sequence is trained; in the process of teaching foreign language reading to non-linguistic students, it is necessary to include the texts according to their level of difficulty, so that the lexical units presented in each new text are related to what students have studied before, as well as some completely new ones. The main task of teaching reading is the development of the ability to compile and draw up scientific and technical documentation; readiness to communicate in writing in foreign language to solve problems in professional sphere. As a result of the study it is concluded that the main purpose of teaching professionally-oriented foreign language to students of non-linguistic specialities is their profound knowledge of a foreign language as a means of developing and giving opinions both in everyday communication and in professional sphere.
doi:10.12958/2227-2844-2021-7(345)-206-215 fatcat:frvx365pvfcftdgpm7hw4bl4le