Important tasks in methods of teaching the Russian language and speech culture at technical universities

Authors: Poltavets E.V. Published: 16.10.2015
Published in issue: #10(36)/2015  
DOI: 10.18698/2306-8477-2015-10-312  
Category: Technological aspects of the engineering education | Chapter: Pedagogics  
Keywords: didactics, cognitive-communicative competences, speech activity, psychology

The article examines the issues of choosing methods and approaches of teaching the Russian language and speech culture to hard of hearing students studying at technical universities. We conclude that various techniques of selecting, presenting and working with material significantly enlarge the possibilities of forming students' speech skills.

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