REPOZITORIU UPSC

Provocări în dezvoltarea competenţei sociolingvistice la limba engleză la studenţii din Moldova

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dc.contributor.author Petriciuc, Lilia
dc.date.accessioned 2017-10-25T11:35:33Z
dc.date.available 2017-10-25T11:35:33Z
dc.date.issued 2017
dc.identifier.citation Petriciuc, Lilia. Provocări în dezvoltarea competenţei sociolingvistice la limba engleză la studenţii din Moldova. In: Probleme ale ştiinţelor socioumanistice şi modernizării învăţământului: materialele conf. şt. anuale a profesorilor şi cercetătorilor UPS „Ion Creangă”. Univ. Ped. de Stat „Ion Creangă”; coord. şt. Ig. RACU, col. red. A. VERDEŞ [et al.]: [in vol.]. Chişinău: S. n., 2017 (Tipogr. UPS „Ion Creangă”), vol. 3 (seria 19), p. 118-133. Bibliogr.- 24 titl. en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1039
dc.description.abstract Developing sociolinguistic competence has been deemed a delicate and controversial task in EFL for a number of reasons. Among these is the fact that foreign language learners come to classes with this competence already formed in mother tongue and it is not easy to develop a new system of socio-cultural values and to observe new sociolinguistic norms in communication. This article taps into some of the problems that Moldavian students face when dealing with socio-cultural awareness emphasizing the necessity of approaching sociolinguistic competence in a more responsible manner, despite the underlying difficulties. High quality instruction, relevant input, authentic materials and effort are needed to improve it, so that students avoid creating anecdotal or embarrassing situations when talking to native speakers of English. en_US
dc.language.iso ro en_US
dc.subject didactica limbii engleze--invatamant superior en_US
dc.subject didactica limbii engleze--studenti--competente sociolingvistice en_US
dc.subject didactica limbii engleze--studenti--Republica Moldova en_US
dc.title Provocări în dezvoltarea competenţei sociolingvistice la limba engleză la studenţii din Moldova en_US
dc.type Article en_US


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