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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Filologija / Philology (H004)
Author(s): Mažylienė, Renata
Title: Quatre compétences dans l'enseignement/apprentissage du français langue étrangère
Other Title: Four language skills in teaching/learning process of French as a foreign language
Extent: 63 p.
Date: 7-Jun-2006
Keywords: keturios kompetencijos;four skills;mokymo/mokymosi procesas;teaching/learning process
Abstract: The main aim of this MA paper is to disclose the four language skills in teaching/learning process of French as a foreign language. The method applied was descriptive-analytical. These skills – listening comprehension, reading comprehension, speaking, and writing – are analysed separately. However, they are interrelated and should not be treated in isolation in the teaching/learning process. They are crucial for the development of student’s communicative competence in general. Each skill has its own role and functions to fulfil that ensure the construction of student’s language system. In addition, each of them has its own peculiarities, as well as some problems and difficulties. These can be overcome by different activities which improve the effectiveness of the acquisition of the skills. All activities should be chosen according to student’s age, needs, language level, and the program. They must vary and a sufficient number should be used in order to get the best result. The four skills acquired in the teaching/learning process make up one of the components of the communicative competence and enable the student to communicate in various real-life situations, which is the main goal of the teaching/learning process.
Affiliation(s): Švietimo akademija
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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