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Didactic Communication and Discussion as a Form of Teaching

By Mindadze, Ivan

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Title: Didactic Communication and Discussion as a Form of Teaching  
Author: Mindadze, Ivan
Language: Georgian
Subject: Georgian, Methods, Education
Collections: National Library of Georgia
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Publisher: Library of Georgia


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Table of Contents
TOC: Introduction; § 1 the Aim of the thesis; § 2 the Relevance of the Problem; § 3 of the Dissertation of the theoretical Value; § 4 of the Dissertation of Practical Value; § 5 General Description of the Empirical Material; § 6 Structure of the thesis; Chapter I Didactics of the Basic Principles of Communication; 1. the Establishment of Communicative Didactics Preconditions; 1.1. Political and Social Situation; 2. the Grammar-Translation Method; 3. Audio-Lingvaluri Method; 3.1. Behaviorism; 3.2. the Main Features of the Method of Audio-Lingvaluri; 4. Communication As A Communicative Teaching Goal; 4.1. Linguistic and Psychological Basics of Communication Didactics; 5. Pragmatic-Functional Concept; 6. the Concept of intercultural Communication As A Concept To Fill; 7. Foreign Language Teaching and Post-Soviet Georgian Experience (Brief Tour); Chapter 2 of the Discussion / Argument of Modern Concepts of Foreign Language Teaching; 1. the European Council Approved the Language Learning, Teaching and Assessment of the Common European Framework»; 2. Discussion / Argue For the German Curriculum; 3. Foreign Language Learning Goals and Objectives of Education Reform; Chapter 3 Discussion As Linguistic Action; 1. Discussion of the Semantic-Logical Phenomenon; 2. the Typological Characteristics; 2. 1. Situational-Pragmatic Aspect; 2.2. Semantic Aspects; 3. the Main Structural Units of the Arguments; Chapter 4 As A Linguistic Phenomenon of the Discussion; 4.1. Sintaktikuri Aspect; 4.2. Semantic Aspects; 4.3. Pragmatic Aspect; Chapter 5 Discussion of the Elements of Modern Textbooks Teaching the German Language; 5.1. Textbooks Published in Germany; 5. 2. Georgia Manuals; 5.2.1. Zogadsagnmanatleblo Middle Schools Textbooks; 5.2.2. German institutions of Higher Education Specialties of Modern Textbooks; Chapter 6 of the National Exams and Study Problems; 6.1 German Language Test For Statistical Analysis and Study Problems; 6.2 German-Language Test in the Seventh Task Reviewed and investigated the Problem; Chapter 7 Discussion As A Teaching Form (Summary Aspect); Chapter 8 Guidelines; 8.1. General Recommendations; 8. 2. Private Recommendations; Literature.


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