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МЕТОДИЧКИ ПРИСТУП НАУЧНОМ ФУНКЦИОНАЛНОМ СТИЛУ У СРЕДЊОШКОЛСКОЈ НАСТАВИ СРПСКОГ ЈЕЗИКА
The methodological approach to functional scientific style of teaching Serbian Language in secondary school

Author(s): Milka Nikolić
Subject(s): Language studies, Language and Literature Studies, Education, South Slavic Languages, School education
Published by: Универзитет у Крагујевцу
Keywords: Serbian Language teaching; functional-stylistic competence;functional scientific style; stylistic trait;linguistic characteristic; textbook text;methodological processing; contextualization of Native

Summary/Abstract: The subject of interest of this paper is methodological processing of the functional scientific style of teaching Serbian Language in secondary school, where the methods of teaching Serbian (Native) Language is seen as applied linguistics. The objective of this paper is to examine ways of structuring methodological processing of functional scientific style in secondary school. We started from the idea of applying textbook text in non-linguistic school subjects (Biology, Chemistry, Geography, History) in the role of linguo-methodological text for educational treatment of the functional scientific style. By this we achieve: (1) contextualization of Native Language teaching; (2) integration of Serbian Language teaching with other school subjects. Methodological management of the school class was designed in accordance with the following recommendations: (1) with appropriate scientific and problem-oriented tasks, we should activate students’ knowledge of grammar and lexicology; (2) teaching should be focused on encouraging the student to identify linguistic characteristics of the scientific style, aimed at achieving certain stylistic traits of the functional scientific style. Methodological approach to functional scientific style thus organized can contribute to the development of functional-stylistic competences of students. In addition, it also contributes to students’ training in mastering academic language, which they will encounter in university courses.

  • Issue Year: XIV/2013
  • Issue No: 51
  • Page Range: 179-189
  • Page Count: 11
  • Language: Serbian