Studentų kalbos kultūros ugdymas

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Studentų kalbos kultūros ugdymas
Alternative Title:
Teaching students correct usage
In the Book:
Bendrinės kalbos norminimas ir vartojimas. Vilnius: Mokslo ir enciklopedijų leidybos institutas, 2006. P. 94-98
Reikšminiai žodžiai: Studentų kalbos kultūros ugdymas; Teaching students correct usage.
Kalbos kultūra / Language culture.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje apibūdinami kai kurie studentų kalbos kultūros ugdymo ypatumai. Dėmesys telkiamas į verslo administravimo, viešojo administravimo ir ekonomikos specialybių vakarinio skyriaus studentų kalbos kultūros studijas. Tam, kad studentų kalbos kultūra (tiek specialybės, tiek apskritai) tobulėtų, dėstytojas turėtų ieškoti įvairesnių kalbos kultūros dėstymo metodų.

ENThe objective of this article is to describe some of the characteristics of teaching students correct usage. Attention is focused on the study of correct usage by evening-division students majoring in Business Administration, Public Administration and Economics. This article is based not only on experience accumulated during seven years of work with day- and evening-division students and on an analysis of the syllabus for this subject, but also on material from student questionnaires distributed every year and simply on conversations with students. Evening-division groups consist of students of various ages. The greater proportion of them have jobs. Many of the subjects taught have been applied or are constantly being applied by evening-division students through practical experience. This fact also determines their attitude toward the language of their specialisation and towards correct usage. Students expect various things from lessons in correct usage. A third of the students questioned indicated that they would like to correct sentence errors. Incidentally, their greatest desire is to speak, write, and practice. Students have an aversion to accentuation. The programme for the language of one’s specialisation devotes a great deal of attention to public speaking. Although students majoring in Public Administration, Business Administration and Economics are the potential managers of larger or smaller staffs (some of them, even while studying, already supervise the work of several or several dozen people), their greatest fear is of speaking in public.

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