List of publications on a keyword: «folklore»
Практика обучения русскому языку в поликультурной среде (из опыта работы)Publication date: 09.10.2019Education and science: current trends
- Plotnikova Ekaterina Andreevna, Zolotova Tatiana Arkadevna, Efimova Natalia Igorevna, Pirogova Mariia Nikolaevna
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- Парадигмы современного образования
- This section focuses on issues of improving the methodology of Russian language teaching and efficiency of teaching Russian in a multicultural environment with the use of elements of spiritual (including folklore) culture in educational institutions of the Mari El Republic (humanitarian gymnasiums, secondary and higher educational institutions). The authors of the section demonstrate the features of using folklore in the main areas of activities (both class and extracurricular) of experimental network platforms (FIRO) and the pedagogical workshop (Prosveshcheniye Publishers) and conclude that such projects, aimed at the sociocultural adaptation of Russian youth and their socialization and culturalization, are extremely important in the aspect of harmonizing interpersonal and intercultural relations in the modern Russian society. By referring to several facts of traditional Russian culture in their teaching of Russian as a foreign language, the authors of the monograph (E.A. Plotnikova, M.N. Pirogova) have received a certain positive response. It is evident that at the initial stage of learning, the students should acquire a kind of linguistic minimum, which includes knowledge about the culture of the country, its traditions, the distinctive features of verbal and non-verbal communication, etc. In such cases, the use of innovative pedagogical technologies, including olympiads and quests, usually provides positive results.
Somatisms in the Kyrgyz folklorePublication date: 31.01.2019Development of education
- Zhancharbekova Sabira Zhamalbekovna
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- The analysis of Kyrgyz folklore was done by various researchers. Present work is dedicated to the somatism lexis, transmitting a whole range of images, concepts and associations that reflect the peculiarities of the world view and the world perception of the ancient people. The names of body parts – somatism – belong to the oldest parts of the vocabulary, which evolved over the millennia and reflected the ancient knowledge of man about himself and his body. In a large number somatisms were used by storytellers in the performance of their national epics. The article considers the concept of «somatisms», examples of somatisms in the physical description of heroes of the Kyrgyz epic «Manas», «Kurmanbek», «The Legend of Sarinzhi Buky» are represented.