LEARNING READING SCIENTIFIC AND POPULAR TEXTS ON PRACTICAL LESSONS OF UKRAINIAN LANGUAGE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS (HIGH LEVEL)

  • Svitlana Derba
Keywords: Ukrainian as a foreign language, practical training, reading method, text, thematic filling of texts

Abstract

The article studies and analyzes the principles of optimization of the learning process of Ukrainian language by foreign students. At the present stage, an important problem for methodologists and teachers of Ukrainian as a foreign language is the improvement and use of certain methods and techniques. Yes, reading as a language activity is extremely important because it helps to develop the speaking and writing of foreign students.
The purpose of reading is to uncover meaningful connections, to understand the visual message. It is worth noting that learning to read is a complex process. It is extremely important in the system of teaching Ukrainian as a foreign language, as it contributes to mastering the language, as well as a way to familiarize students with Ukraine and its culture.
There are the following types of reading: review, introductory, educational, abstract (some methodologists). At a high level, foreign language proficiency in foreign students should be equal to their native language reading mechanism. But when choosing text, the teacher should be clearly aware of its volume, logical and compositional structure, the complexity of the language material. It is from the text that a foreign student receives information that shapes his or her outlook, enriches country-specific data about Ukraine. We considered the thematic filling of texts for level C1, as well as the system of tasks that is necessary for students to master the actual material.

Published
2020-05-13
How to Cite
Derba, S. (2020). LEARNING READING SCIENTIFIC AND POPULAR TEXTS ON PRACTICAL LESSONS OF UKRAINIAN LANGUAGE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS (HIGH LEVEL). Scientific Notes of Ostroh Academy National University: Philology Series, (9(77), 7-10. Retrieved from https://journals.oa.edu.ua/Philology/article/view/2780