MODELING A METHODOLOGY FOR TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE ON THE PRINCIPLES OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUODIDACTICS (INITIAL STAGE OF LEARNING)

L.P. Muhammad, N.V. Tatarinova, O.N. Khaleeva

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Abstract. This paper is devoted to the modeling of a humanistically oriented methodology for teaching a foreign language, in particular, the RL as a foreign language. Its issues are related to the differences between the existential needs of a foreign student and program materials on the Russian language (elementary and basic levels). The relevance of the work consists in the need to develop a teaching model that corresponds to the existential, including communicative needs of a student's personality. The object of the study is the educational process of Russian as a foreign language at the preparatory faculties of Russian higher education institutions. The subject of the study is a linguodidactic model of the educational process based on the principles of anthropological linguodidactics. The purpose
of the study is the design of a basic linguodidactic model, focused on an individual student. The material of the study is the educational process of Russian as a foreign language in the conditions of preparatory faculties of Russian higher education institutions. The novelty of the study lies in the application of the principles of anthropological linguodidactics in the creation of a humanistically oriented methodology for teaching Russian to foreigners at the
preparatory faculties of Russia. The theoretical significance of the study is determining the criteria for modeling a humanistically oriented methodology for teaching Russian to foreign students of the pre-higher education institution period of studying in the country of the studied language.
Keywords: anthropological linguistics, foreign languages, Russian as a foreign language, pre-higher education institution period of studying, teaching model, center and periphery of the educational process, language environment national language personality, communicative interaction.


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