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The Experience in Creating of Quasilanguage Material for Language Training in Middle School
Chernov Dmitry Nikolaevich

PhD in Psychology

senior research assistant of the Department of General Psychology and Teaching at Pigorov Russian National Research Medical University.

117997, Russia, Moskovskaya oblast', g. Moscow, ul. Ostrovityanova, 1, of. 1141

chernov_dima@mail.ru
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Abstract.

The subject of research was the creation of quasilanguage material allowing to carry out language training based on the zone of proximal development of middle school children. A series of artificial texts consisting of quasiwords was designed. Based on the example of middle school children, the equivalence of the texts was studied by the level of difficulty of their translation into Russian . Strategies for translating of quasitexts and relevant individualized strategies for training children were identified. The text consists of words with root bases that are artificial constructions. These quasiwords have no analogues in the Russian language, but the formation of words is subordinated to any morphological / word-formation models. Quasiwords have a certain grammatical role in sentences. The rules of making sentences from these words are subordinated to the grammar and syntax of the Russian language. So a native speaker can potentially offer an adequate translation of such words to Russian language. It is shown that quasitexts are equivalent by the level of difficulty of their translation for middle school children. The author emphasizes the need to teach a child to develop an adequate strategy of problem solution in the course of training. The tanslation strategy  should focus on recreating the text’s general sense and its awareness with verification of the translation in compliance with the morphological and grammatical context. The author also assumes that in the course of training quasilanguage material may allow to minimize the knowledge that a child has about the Russian language and help a child to appeal to his or her own experience in live communication. This would sharpen the 'intuitive' search for meanings of words and texts in class. 

Keywords: text, strategies of language training, middle school age, Russian, speech, linguistic task, quazilanguage, sense of language, language, language training

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8701.2018.1.22624

Article was received:

04-06-2017


Review date:

09-04-2017


Publish date:

22-02-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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