FORMATION THE CULTURE OF FOREIGN STUDENT’S NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION

  • Marina Kartseva
  • Nataliya Bilik
Keywords: culture, non-verbal communication, non-verbal behavior, foreign student

Abstract

The article deals the specifics formation non-verbal culture of the communication of foreign students. Non-verbal communication is a necessary and important and important component of foreign language learning. The educational migrant’s complex of social relations is diverse, as he is a member of formal, informal groups and associations as a foreign citizen and as a representative of student youth. Student’s foreign language education in a non-native country is differ by intensive cognitive motivation, high social and communicative activity, interest in the culture of the host country and learning. The culture of foreign student’s non-verbal communication is part of the personality general culture as an integrative and personality system. It is formed in an open society and allows the purposeful use of communication non-verbal means for the necessary effective interaction of subjects in various communication situations. The structure, functions, particularities and mechanisms of non-verbal communicational culture are investigated. Non-verbal communicational tools allow correctly interpret the communicative intentions of the interlocutor and adequately reproduce the non-verbal background of the expressed thoughts in a foreign language. Inclusion of non-verbal means of communication helps to eliminate typical mistakes and incomprehensions, take into account the specific features of the national character in the formation of foreign youth’s non-verbal culture.

Published
2019-05-20
How to Cite
Kartseva, M., & Bilik, N. (2019). FORMATION THE CULTURE OF FOREIGN STUDENT’S NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION. Scientific Notes of Ostroh Academy National University: Philology Series, (5(73), 290-293. Retrieved from https://journals.oa.edu.ua/Philology/article/view/2300
Section
PROFESSIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING IN THE INTERCULTURAL INTEGRATION PROCESS