Teaching Grammatical Aspects of the Turkish Language as Means of Students' Communicative Competences Formation at the Initial Stage of Training

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Teaching Grammatical Aspects of the Turkish Language as Means of Students' Communicative Competences Formation at the Initial Stage of Training


Shafigullina, Liliya Sh, Journal of Sustainable Development


Abstract

The relevance of this article is caused by the insufficient development of the research on learning the grammatical peculiarities of the Turkish language, which enhances the effectiveness of learning Turkish speech, which would be focused on the development of procedural communicative speech qualities of the student's personality. In this context, this article serves as the attempt to solve the problem of improving the effectiveness of teaching grammatical aspects of the Turkish language. The leading approach to the study of the problems stated in the article was the communicative approach based on the theory of stepwise formation of mental actions. The article deals with the psychological and pedagogical foundations and linguodidactic mastering of the foreign language (Turkish) speech activity of students at the initial stage of education. Overview of typical mistakes made by students in the study of particular grammatical phenomena of the Turkish language is provided in the article. Among the grammatical peculiarities of the Turkish language presented in this study we see the possessive case of the nouns, rules of agreement of the Turkish adjectives and numerals with nouns, as well as the order of words in a simple sentence. Materials of the article can be useful for teaching the Turkish language in gymnasiums, lyceums and can also serve as the basis for training the Turkish language specialists in higher education establishments.

Keywords: scientific, word order, linguistic bases, agglutinative languages

1. Introduction

In the regions of Russia, along with the development of the state languages is steadily increasing the role of foreign, especially oriental languages, which is associated with need for communication, exchange of experiences between the peoples in the new environment. The restructuring of social life in the last decade has led to the expansion of economic, political and cultural ties between Russia and other countries that require deep knowledge of sustainable language skills needed for full language communication in different situations, as " we can call the man a bilingual when he is competent enough in at least two languages and is able to use them in all circumstances with similar efficacy" (Xiguang & McKee, 1990). It means that the language of the students should be in keeping with the language being studied. The importance and relevance of the study of teaching conditions and technologies of language learning is also determined by the children's natural interest in practical knowledge of two or more languages (Shafigullina, 2006). Therefore, the development of a foreign language (Turkish) didactic system aimed at students' speech activity is currently one of the most urgent problems of teaching and culture-oriented linguistics (Shafigullina, 2006).

Consequently, purposeful formation of bilingualism (multilingualism) in the education system should contribute to the practical mastery of foreign languages, including Turkish, which involves the development of verbal communication skills in training activities, household, official business and socio-cultural spheres (Szczerba, 1974).

In this regard, teaching of the Turkish language at the university acquires special importance. Besides the development of the Turkish language learning content and system comes as a top-priority task (Shafigullina, 2006).

The relevance of this article comes from the insufficient development of the research on learning the grammatical peculiarities of the Turkish language, which determines the effectiveness of learning the Turkish speech, focused on the development of procedural communicative speech qualities of the student's personality.

The purpose of the study is identification and substantiation of the foreign language teaching conditions for the development of speech activity of students at the initial stage.

The scientific novelty of the research lies in the fact that the work presents the attempt to solve the problem of increasing the efficiency of teaching grammatical aspects of the Turkish language. …

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