Matuszak A. F., Pochitalkina N. Ye., Bespalova D. S.

Training pedagogical students for teaching speech etiquette to pupils

Abstract:

The aim of the article is to study the problem of training students for teaching speech etiquette to pupils in linguistic subjects. The research ob-ejectives are studying the concept of speech etiquette, analyzing its structure, developing direction soft raining pedagogical students for teaching speech etiquette. The research is based on a multi-level methodology, which includes the following scientific approaches: system approach, axiological and personality-oriented approaches. The main results in visage clarifying the concept of etiquette in the didactic aspect, studying the structure of students' readiness in the field of etiquette, and investigating the process of future teachers training for teaching etiquette to pupils. The conclusions of the article contain the description of the readiness structure, which includes knowledge of speech etiquette rules, the skills of using basic etiquette expressions, the student’s personal qualities (tolerance of a different opinion, politeness); as well as the content of training pedagogical students, realized via a system of classes, extracurricular activities, teaching practice. The originality and significance of the data obtained lies in the development of a holistic system of training students for teaching speech etiquette to pupils in the linguistic subjects. The practical significance of the research implies that practical experience to train students for teaching speech etiquette to pupils has been suggested in the paper on the example of linguistic subjects. The direction of further research: further research of the problem might be done by means of integrating academic subjects, working out optional courses on the issue in question.

About the autors:

Matuszak Alla Fedorovna, ORCID: 0000-0003-0514-0443, Ph.D., South Ural State Humanitarian Pedagogical University, Chelyabinsk, Russia, lilac0@yandex.ru; Pochitalkina Natalija Yevgenievna, ORCID: 0000-0002-9665-1929, Ph.D., South Ural State Humanitarian Pedagogical University, Chelyabinsk, Russia, na-talie.felice@gmail.com; Bespalova Daria Sergeevna, ORCID: 0000-0001-8013-1091, Ph.D., South Ural State Hu-manitarian Pedagogical University, Chelyabinsk, Russia, bespalova-daria@mail.ru

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Key words:

teaching speech etiquette; pedagogical education; future teachers training