ISSN 2409-7616

Antonova T.V.


UDC 37.025.7


Antonova T.V.1 (Makhachkala, Russian Federation) –

1Dagestan State University

Abstract. The article reveals the main characteristics of educational dialogue, such as limited time, dynamic development of the communicative situation when the participants are required to be as fast as possible regarding the mechanisms of perception and speech production. When perceiving a stimulus replica, the communicator correlates what he heard with his own intention, selects, transforms and organizes speech units. Teachers emphasize that educational communication of future specialists is ensured not by individual speech actions, but by combinational ones, which are based on systemic connections between perceptual and productive speech activities. The ability to conduct a dialogue should not develop independently of other types of speech activity. Combination speech skill is perceived as the student’s ability to control his speech and change the type of speech activity. The speech task for the student is formulated taking into account the forecast of possible communicative intention. The criteria for the development of such skills can be, for example, new speech combinations, signs of variability, information content and argumentation, and evidence of speech. Besides, speech mechanisms of combination reflect the content and logic of the utterance, the construction of elements of reproductive utterances and their transfer to the plane of productive speech. The lack of information about the mechanisms of combining academic speech among university students determines the relevance of the work. The purpose of the article is to examine the identification and organization of communicative means that contribute to the development of combinational skills in students. The object of the study is the classroom work of the students in the conditions of information dialogue. The subject of the study is the communicative and syntactic means of forming interrogative sentences in educational dialogue. The scientific novelty of the study lies in the methodically organized use of speech means of the language, which has a positive effect on the formation of combinational skills, in the selection of parameters and their content to test the effectiveness of the proposed methodology.

Keywords: educational dialogue, speech means, speech exercises, combinational speech skills, interrogative sentence, interrogative pronouns.


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For citation: Antonova T.V. Development of combinational skills in university students by means of educational dialogue. CITISE, 2024, no. 1, pp. 261-274. DOI: