Methods of Forming Pupils’ Linguistic Competence While Studying Morphology in General Secondary Educational Establishments in the Ukrainian Danube Region

  • Svitlana Glushchuk Izmail State University of Humanities
Keywords: linguistic competence; morphology of the Russian language; parts of speech; notional and structural parts of speech; morphological features

Abstract

The article deals with the methods of forming pupils’ stylistic competence while studying
morphology of the Russian language in general secondary educational establishments of the Ukrainian
Danube region. We analyzed the specific features of teaching this section of linguistics in the Ukrainian
school, which include the necessity of strengthening the practical approach in training, studying on the
basis of generalized morphological concepts (parts of speech, morphological features), studying
morphology on a syntactic basis, and also taking into account the specifics of mastering the
morphological phenomena of Russian in close relation to the Ukrainian language. We presented the
system of studying at school the parts of speech and their forms: the general notion of the parts of
speech, the concept about the notional and structural parts of speech, their morphological qualities,
special features of parts of speech inflections and ways of word formation.

Author Biography

Svitlana Glushchuk, Izmail State University of Humanities

Associate Professor, PhD

References

Curriculum (2017). Russian language. 5 – 9 classes. Curriculum for General Educational Institutions
with Subjects Taught in Ukrainian language of instruction (beginning of study from 1st
grade)/Російська мова 5–9 класи. Програма для загальноосвітніх навчальних закладів з
навчанням українською мовою (початок вивчення з 1 класу)/ Program for secondary educational
institutions with teaching in Ukrainian (beginning 1 class study)
https://mon.gov.ua/storage/app/media/zagalna%20serednya/programy-5-9-klas/ros-mova-pochatokvivchennya-
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Published
2020-08-19
Section
Local Communities-Diachrony and Synchrony