Authors: Nina L. Fedotova; Gou Jingyuan; Boris N. Kovalenko
Addresses: Department of Russian as a Foreign Language and Teaching of Russian as a Foreign Language, Saint Petersburg State University, 199034, 13B Universitetskaya Emb., 7/9, St. Petersburg, Russia ' Department of Russian as a Foreign Language and Teaching of Russian as a Foreign Language, Saint Petersburg State University, 199034, 13B Universitetskaya Emb., 7/9, St. Petersburg, Russia ' Department of Russian Language for Humanitarian and Natural Sciences, Saint Petersburg State University, 199034, 13B UniversitetskayaEmb., 7/9, St. Petersburg, Russia
Abstract: The educational and professional sphere of communication is one of the dominant in the Russian language teaching of foreign students. In this regard, the topic is significant for the practice of teaching Russian as a foreign language. The main goal of the work is to study the types of communicative coordination in the dialogical texts of the educational and professional sphere of communication (philology profile). The paper explores peculiarities of educational and professional speech of language students. The authors propose to use the concept of Borisova in relation to the analysis of the speech interaction methods in educational and professional dialogues. The authors concluded that all four types of communicative coordination of speech behaviour are presented in such dialogues. The authors suggested that it is necessary to develop interaction skills among foreign students studying the Russian language professionally for successful communication with native Russian speakers. In addition, it helps to improve the level of communicative and professional competence of foreign students. When developing a system of exercises for teaching dialogical communication in the educational and professional sphere, different types of communicative coordination should be taken into account.
Keywords: dialogue; text; types of communicative coordination; foreign students-philologists; communication initiative; Russian language.
International Journal of Learning and Change, 2020 Vol.12 No.1, pp.44 - 54
Received: 15 Feb 2018
Accepted: 18 Jun 2018
Published online: 18 Mar 2020 *