Formation of Cultural Studies Competence in the Russian Language Lessons (Diachronic Approach)
Candidate of Sciences (Philology), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Philology and Methods Department, ORCID: https://orcid.org/ 0000-0003-1803-8026, Pedagogical Institute, Irkutsk State University
Abstract. The article is devoted to the changes occurring in the system of general education, which are associated with the transformation of the modern scientific paradigm. In practice, when studying and describing the language units, the elements of historical commenting are added to the traditional system approach. The author of the paper using specific examples from the teaching practice shows that in order to implement the competency-based approach provided by the Federal State Educational Standard effectively, the teacher should have a good scientific background that is important for developing students’ cultural studies competence. The article shows the ways of developing students’ competence using research methods, and pays special attention to the technique for dealing with culture-specific language units (the case study «gender»). The result of the work is the substantiation of the thesis about the need to introduce the elements of historical commenting the facts of the modern Russian language into school teaching. It could help broaden students’ knowledge about the role and meaning of the native language, increase their motivation. The author concludes that when studying the Russian language, it should be taken into account its close ties to the cultural, social and historical milestones of the Russian culture formation.
Keywords: Federal state educational standard, educational activity, educational content, competence-based approach, diachronic processes in linguistics, historical commentary of linguistic facts, the Russian language, culture-specific language units.
For citation: Kazazaeva M. A. Formation of Cultural Studies Competence in the Russian Language Lessons (Diachronic Approach). Pedagogicheskiy IMIDZH = Pedagogical IMAGE. 2019; 13(1):46-56. DOI: 10.32343/2409-5052-2019-13-1-46-56.