VERBAL AND NON-VERBAL COMPONENTS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION AS AN INTEGRAL PART OF FORMING STUDENTS SPIRITUAL AND MORAL CULTURE
Natalia V. Rusinova1*, Tatiana P. Astankova2, Nadejda G. Bajenova3,
Maria A. Serebryakova4, Tatiana A. Mitrofanova5
1Assoc. Prof., Mari State University, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
2Assoc. Prof., Mari State University, Russia, email@example.com
3Assoc. Prof., Mari State University, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
4Assoc. Prof., Mari State University, Russia, email@example.com
5Assoc. Prof., Mari State University, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
The significance of the problem is determined by the requirement of modern society in the education of a spiritually-moral person. The purpose of the article is to reveal the opportunities for verbal and non-verbal means of communication in the process of forming the spiritual and moral culture of students in the course of foreign language education. The leading approach to the study of this problem is personal activity, allowing to consider the learner as an active creator of spiritual and moral values. The article presents the possibility of using verbal and non-verbal means of communication in the process of forming the spiritual and moral culture of students in a foreign language course, reveals the importance of verbal and nonverbal behavior of the teacher as the standard of moral and spiritual culture. The article may be useful for teachers of the French language when writing textbooks and teaching manuals in French, in the preparation of lectures, seminars, special courses on methods of teaching the French language as well as in the practice of foreign language teaching in secondary educational institutions and at the University.
The system of non-verbal control helps to implement optimal forms of communicative interaction, avoiding those that are doomed to failure, which contribute to the formation of students’ spiritual and moral culture. As a generalization, we note that the appearance of a good teacher is characterized by calmness, a firm, not stunned gait, a direct open look, a friendly expression, clear and distinct speech, the ability to behave with dignity. Excessive haste, fidgeting, unintended gesticulation, refinement of manners can cause in the students laughter and mockery. Sluggish slowness in speech and movements gives rise to boredom and drowsiness in the class; and on the contrary the liveliness and energy of the teacher are communicated to the students and create a cheerful and joyful mood in the students.
Keywords: verbal component, non-verbal component, foreign language education, spiritual and moral culture.
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