G. Klechkova, J.Kohout, M. Peshkova, M. Voltrova. COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN THE LINGUO-DIDACTIC ASPECT: EXPERIMENTAL DESCRIPTION (ACCORDING TO A STUDENT SURVEY)
Foreign language teacher, communicative competence, intercultural competence, Russian as a foreign language, higher education.
The article presents the results of a reaserch studying the perception of the importance of individual components of communicative competence by students, future teachers of foreign languages. The material of the study is the data of a survey conducted among students of the West Bohemian University in Pilsen with specialties in English, German and Russian in 2019. The survey researchs the importance of communicative competency components in three contexts: communication in general (discursive and strategic competencies are highlighted), learning foreign languages at school (discursive and linguistic competence dominate), university teaching of teachers of foreign languages (in the first place is linguistic, on the second discursive competence). The pragmatic and intercultural elements of communication are relegated to the background in all contexts. The impact on the perception of the importance of the components of communicative competence of such factors as a foreign language being studied, age or internship in the country of the language being studied seemed to be minimal.