Condições pedagógicas para a formação da competência em línguas estrangeiras de crianças em idade prévia

Rania Gennadievna Izmailova, Tatyana Gennadievna Sheinova, Ksenia Yurievna Soldatenko


O objetivo da pesquisa é identificar, fundamentar teoricamente e estudar empiricamente as condições pedagógicas para a formação da competência em língua estrangeira de pré-escolares. Os métodos consistem em procedimentos de diagnóstico autoral que visam a estudar a competência em línguas estrangeiras dos participantes da interação. A pesquisa identificou as especificidades da interação entre sujeitos de educação pré-escolar. Os autores revelaram a influência da participação dos pais na competência, motivação, atitude e abertura para aprender línguas estrangeiras, bem como a ansiedade psicológica dos pré-escolares em relação à percepção da fala estrangeira. Os autores expandiram as idéias sobre a formação da competência de língua estrangeira das crianças pré-escolares em teoria e prática pedagógica e sobre a realização das oportunidades de interação dos participantes com base na parceria sócio-pedagógica, que permite melhorar as atividades conjuntas entre as organizações pré-escolares modernas e familiares.


Abordagem de construção de competências; Competência em língua estrangeira dos pré-escolares; Aprendizagem precoce de línguas estrangeiras; Interação entre professores de pré-escola e familiares


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