StatusThe thesis was presented on the 21 October, 2008
Approved by NCAA on the 22 January, 2009
Abstract– 0.53 Mb / in romanian
ThesisCZU 37.016: [811.134.2 + 811.111] (043.2)
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The present doctoral thesis deals with one of the vital problems of contemporary lingvodidactics – that of the transfer of knowledge and skill in the process of teaching/learning two foreign languages as specialty. The investigation in this domain is also connected with the urgent necessity to re-evaluate the main objectives of the education of a specialist in two foreign languages within the framework of the humanitarian pedagogical paradigm and the values of plurilingual education.
In the dissertation the methodological foundations of the investigation of the interlingual transfer in a complex are given and psychological, linguistic and semiotic peculiarities of this phenomenon in the process of artistic communication (perception of the literary text) are considered.
The results of the research are presented in the following way. There has been given the theoretical analysis of the didactic potentialities of the expressive means of the literary text. The potentialities of the knowledge and skills transfer have been experimentally analyzed to serve the basis for the process of forming perceptive skills of identifying the expressive means of a literary text as aimed at forming integral bilingual competence of the two foreign languages. The model of the experimental teaching, based on forming skills of identifying the expressive means of the literary text in the students with two foreign languages has been elaborated.
The results of the quantitative analysis of the experimentally obtained data at the high significance level prove the effectiveness of the elaborated model. A notable increase in both quantitative (4.03) and qualitative (8.8) indexes of the expressive means identification level in the second foreign language literary text has been observed. Thus the validity of the elaborated model developing artistic communication receptive skills on the basis of transfer has been proved experimentally.