Melnichuk Marina Vladimirovna
Доктор экономических наук, Dr. Sci. (Econom.), Cand. Sci. (Pedag.), Prof., Head of the Department of English for Professional Communication, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, mvmelnichuk@fa.ru, Moscow
Belogash Marina Anatolievna
Assoc. Prof., Department of English for Professional Communication, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, mbelogash@fa.ru, Moscow

Social and Emotional Aspect of the Secondary Language Personality Development in Teaching a Professional Foreign Language

Problem and Aim. The article discusses the features of the manifestation of the relationship between the development of various aspects of a linguistic personality and its socio-emotional competencies. The main attention is paid to the socialization of a linguistic personality and its enrichment through the formation of a secondary linguistic personality in the process of learning a foreign language. The purpose of this study is to analyze the factors that influence the successful development of a secondary linguistic personality in the process of its socialization in the conditions of professionally oriented foreign language communication. Methodology. The methodological basis of the study is a complex of general scientific (analysis, synthesis, deduction, induction) and methods of cognition, which made it possible to analyze and synthesize theoretical and practical material. The authors come to the conclusion that students’ social-emotional skills influence students’ interpretation of their experience of foreign language communication, determine positive socialization, effective development of a secondary language personality and create a synergistic effect of students’ stable self-identity.
linguistic personality; secondary linguistic personality; identity; self-awareness; socio-emotional competencies

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