Kulakova Natalya Vasilyevna
Кандидат педагогических наук, Cand. Sci. (Pedagogic.), Assoc.Prof. of the Department of Russian Language and Methods of its Teaching, Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University named after V.P. Astafiev, kulakova-nv@yandex.com, Krasnoyarsk
Vekkesser Maria Viktorovna
Кандидат филологических наук, Cand. Sci. (Philologic.), Chair of the Department of Philology and Language Communication, Lesosibirsk Pedagogical Institute – branch of Siberian Federal University, vekkesser2012@yandex.ru, Lesosibirsk
Rostova Marina Leonidovna
Senior Lecturer, Department of Philology and Language Communication, Lesosibirsk Pedagogical Institute – branch of Siberian Federal University, rostovaml@rambler.ru, Lesosibirsk

Techique Using of “Voicing Cartoons / Videos” in the Process of Linguistic Abilities Development of Primary School Students

Introduction. In this paper, we will consider the possibilities of using the technique of “scoring of cartoon”, aimed at improving the linguistic abilities of younger students. The choice of the research topic is due to the fact that linguistic abilities are one of the key components of successful language education and instruction in general. The purpose of the paper is to reflect the level of development of linguistic abilities of primary school children and to present the method of using the technique “scoring of cartoons”, contributing to the development of these abilities. Methodology and methods of research. To solve this problem, the following methods were used: an analysis of pedagogical and linguistic-methodical sources, a comparative analysis, generalization of pedagogical and linguistic-methodical data obtained in the study of primary sources. The source base of the study is represented by scientific and methodological literature, pedagogical and linguistic methodological periodicals, and modern dissertation research on the problem under study. The methodological basis of the research is the methodology of the linguodidactic approach, the conceptual statements of the theory of linguistic personality, the methodology of pedagogical science. In the framework of the study the concept of the development of universal educational activities; the concept of problem-based learning; the principles of modern linguistics are of particular importance. Results. From the outcome of our investigation it is possible to conclude that using of scoring of cartoon will contribute to more effective development of linguistic abilities of younger students. Conclusion. In this paper, the authors consider the methods of using of the technique of “scoring of cartoon” contributing to the development of linguistic abilities of pupils in a modern organized pedagogical process in the unity of educational and extracurricular activities.
linguistic abilities, primary schoolchildren, scoring of cartoons, speech development, grammatical competence, sociolinguistic competence, discursive competence, sociocultural competence

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