Functional-stylistic approach to teaching languages in the case of syntactic subsystems and comparative modal units Cover Image

ФУНКЦИОНАЛНОСТИЛИСТИЧКИ ПРИСТУП СРЕДЊОШКОЛСКОЈ НАСТАВИ ЈЕЗИКА НА ПРИМЕРУ СИНТАКСИЧКОГ ПОДСИСТЕМА ПОРЕДБЕНИХ И НАЧИНСКИХ ЈЕДИНИЦА
Functional-stylistic approach to teaching languages in the case of syntactic subsystems and comparative modal units

Author(s): Milka Nikolić
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Theoretical Linguistics, Syntax, School education
Published by: Универзитет у Крагујевцу
Keywords: functional-stylistic access;language teaching; the correlation-teaching system integration; functional styles; cultures expression; communicative competence; syntactically subsystem comparative and mo

Summary/Abstract: This paper examines the possibilities of applying functional-stylistic approach to teaching languages, and the goal is to design an appropriate manner structuring teaching process in order to improve the skills of the students the proper use of language units (planned curriculum) in all functional styles. Looking at the broader level, thus contributing to the building of communicative competence of students. Application functional-stylistic approach requires that the teaching process is structured as follows: (a) in the first stage students perceive and describe the linguistic units that are the center of attention; (b) in the second stage examines the stylistic function given linguistic units referred to as belonging to a specific functional style. The aforementioned methodological procedures in this paper reviewed the case and syntactic subsystems comparative modal units. Functional-stylistic analysis of certain linguistic units referred to specific functional style allows the correlation-integration educational system has been implemented in unifying subject areas language and culture of expression. If this mode application in the interpretation of literary works, then connect all three teaching areas - language, culture and literature of expression.

  • Issue Year: XV/2014
  • Issue No: 54
  • Page Range: 27-42
  • Page Count: 16
  • Language: Serbian