The Rose "Ophelia" and Flower Symbolism in "Hamlet"
Троянда "Офелія" та символізм квітів в «Гамлеті»

Ganna Turchynova, Dragomanov National Pedagogical University, Kyiv, Ukraine, Lyudmila Pet'ko, Tatiana Novak, Dragomanov National Pedagogical University, Kyiv, Ukraine, Dragomanov National Pedagogical University, Kyiv, Ukraine
2021 Intellectual Archive  
The study examines some topical issues associated with the quality of vocational training of future biologists. The article demonstrates the need for and the objective nature of transformation of the linguistic and educational paradigm from communicative to intercultural. The authors emphasize that it is important in the process of teaching foreign language biology students to create such professionally oriented foreign language learning environment that would form professional and
more » ... al and sociocultural competences in students. The authors propose a nonstandard approach to the formation of professional competence in future biologists: learning the biological characteristics of the rose "Ophelia" by studying Shakespeare's tragedy "Hamlet" in the context of Ophelia's image. Ophelia is the symbol of femininity. Her lines and the lines addressed to her show a lot about both her character and Shakespeare's views of femininity. Considering the importance of professional and speech culture, special attention is also paid to professional-focused technology in intercultural communication teaching. The symbolism of the flowers of Ophelia's "bouquet" is describedж the image of Ophelia in films, music, ballets, paintings is presented.
doi:10.32370/ia_2021_03_10 fatcat:h3ackpkncvfw7a5otli3sytdwq