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Concept «soul» in the language picture of the pupils' world 621


Mulina M.P.
Bachelor, faculty of Russian philology, Moscow State Regional University, Moscow, Russia

The article deals with the concept of «soul» from the methodological point of view: the effectiveness of its analysis at the Russian language lessons for the formation of linguistic, communicative and cultural competences in fifth class while studying the topic «Phraseologisms». The author shows that the complex analysis of the concept «soul» forms systemic thinking among pupils effectively and also teaches them to use the communicative and aesthetic means of the Russian language. The author emphasized that attention to the fact that it is important to explain to pupils the «mysterious Russian soul» in the perception of foreigners, because in their languages there's not so much meanings of the word «soul»

Keywords: concept, soul, Russian soul, the method of training and edication, the communicative and aesthetic means of the Russian language, context, the language picture of the pupils' world.

Column: Linguodidactics and Innovations.Psychological Basis of Learning Languages and Cultures.


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