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Conversaţia în predarea şi achiziţionarea limbii române ca limbă străină

Publication: Analele Universității „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” din Iași. Secțiunea IIIe. Lingvistică, LI, p. 47-51
Publisher:Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”
Abstract:Among the various language activities used in the process of teaching and learning the Romanian language as a foreign language, we will focus on the conversation as a method, not as a matter of study. Having “the dialogue as one of the main characteristics”, the conversation as a method of acquiring and fastening the language as an “aim” complies with the principle of active teaching by means of oral methods and it is still one of the main factors which contribute to the forming of the linguistic skills. The main aim is not to make the foreign students learn the forms and the rules of the Romanian language system mechanically, but to help them become able to extrapolate the acquired knowledge. As any other oral method, the conversation lesson implies certain steps which are taken according to a certain protocol, certain conventions. We suggest a methodological plan which, we believe, should contain the next stages:
Completely manipulative, with the teacher having the prevalent role.
The consolidation of the knowledge, according to the scheme: teacher – student, student – student with the perception, decodification, reproduction and memorizing of the statements in microconversations.
Refreshing the knowledge, mainly in a communicative way, by re-using the vocabulary and the grammatical structures in new contexts and the transition from the reproductive speech to the productive, free speech.
The improvisation, completely communicative, the most complete type of conversation, by forming the communicative competence – the free (situational) or “freed” conversation.
Regardless of the stages and the type of lesson, the conversation is not only a technique, but also a difficult art which implies the profound knowledge of the nature of the language and speech, of the psycholinguistic and psychopedagogical mechanisms which control the verbal communication processes. Insisting on the conversation method, we will not generalize it. Without overestimating it, we must admit that it is an activity which fulfils both the communicative and the interactive function.
Language: Romanian

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