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Formative functions of the text universalia in learning the Romanian language by non/native speakers

Author: Liliana Vicol
Degree:doctor of pedagogics
Speciality: 13.00.01 - General Pedagogics
Scientific adviser: Tatiana Callo
doctor habilitat, professor, Chisinau Pedagogical State University "Ion Creanga"
Scientific council:


The thesis was presented on the 27 February, 2006
Approved by NCAA on the 27 April, 2006


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CZU 811.135.1’243(043.3)

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122 pages


text universalia, textualization, theme universalia, substance universalia, assigument universalia, involvement universalia, reconstructive universalia, text thency, tetxt cohesion, language training, pragmatic strategy, text regularization, text opening, specific competences, formative functions, text competences, pragmatic competence, interpreting competence


The given research outlines the process of language instruction for non-native students on the basis of teaching the Romanian language within the Higher Educational Establishments. It meets the pedagogical needs from experience prospective.

The theoretical dimension of the thesis includes: defining / redefining the basic notions (text universalia, textualization, instruction texts, etc.); establishing the reference framework (the text specifics as material / ideatic structure, reading activity, text description elements, description elements of specific competences, etc.); developing, on this basis of a new approach, that of the System of text Universalia as grounds for working out the text universalia in the educational process.

The experience dimension implies describing the process of applying the system of Text Universalia in educational practice that confirmed its for native value through students achievements, which demonstrated a clear growth at the level of specific competences: textual competence, pragmatic competence, interpreting competence.

As a result, it was demonstrated that the development of specific competences is not a goal itself, or a reflex of theoretical research; it has a practical value for improving the educational practice with the purpose of obtaining better results, suggested by trends of European integration at the university level.