The application of communicative linguistics in the study of foreign languages (an example of the english language)
The present research examines a set of methods and approaches concerning using modern linguistic innovations in teaching English as a foreign language. Communicative linguistics is among the priority directions in this field. The purpose of the research lies in establishing the efficiency of using a communicative approach for learning English in the framework of university education; the attitude of Ukrainian students to the communicative method, the involvement of the possibilities of communicative linguistics in mastering English is determined. The methodology of the research is complex, based on the pedagogical experiment. Descriptive method, synthesis and analysis have been used to determine the theoretical fundamentals of the research. Statistical methods have been used to measure the achievements and attitudes of the experiment participants. The main hypothesis lies in the fact that the methods and tools of communicative linguistics facilitate and speed up the process of mastering English. The results of the research have shown that despite a number of difficulties, the participants of the experiment approve the introduction of a communicative approach in learning English; their academic results and communication skills have increased. Moving forward, there should be experimental research involving linguistic innovations in the practice of learning foreign languages.
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