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Facta universitatis - series: Linguistics and Literature
2011, vol. 9, br. 2, str. 125-144
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan

Uloga komunikativnog pristupa i kooperativnog učenja u visokom obrazovanju
Univerzitet u Nišu, Ekonomski fakultet

e-adresa: jelena.basta@eknfak.ni.ac.rs

Sažetak

Opšte je zastupljeno mišljenje da jezik nije samo sistem pravila, već i dinamičan izvor stvaranja značenja. U tom smislu, važno je praviti razliku između poznavanja različitih gramatičkih pravila i sposobnosti da se ta pravila uspešno primenjuju u komunikaciji. Ovakav stav se nalazi u osnovi jednog od najpopularnijih pristupa učenju jezika - komunikativnom učenju jezika. Cilj ovog rada jeste da ukaže da je sve važnije baviti se procesima, postupcima i sredstvima koji dovode do uspešnog učenja stranog jezika nego proizvodima jezika. Ukoliko su nastavni planovi stranih jezika osmišljeni na taj način da naglasak stavljaju na komunikaciju, onda u tim slučajevima kooperativno učenje zauzima vodeću ulogu u procesu učenja jezika. Rad će pokušati da ukaže na pozitivne aspekte kooperativnog učenja jezika, koristeći rezultate dobijene na osnovu istraživanja sprovedenog na grupi ispitanika u visokoškolskom obrazovanju. Rad će, takođe, ukazati na činjenicu da je kooperativno učenje jezika omogućava studentima da steknu akademske i socijalne veštine, jer promoviše produktivnost i ostvarivanje zajedničih ciljeva, koji, između ostalog, predstavljaju osnovne premise komunikativnog pristupa jeziku. Rezultati istraživanja se dalje mogu iskoristiti za osmišljavanje nastavnih planova stranih jezika.

Ključne reči

komunikativno učenje jezika; komunikativna kompetencija; kooperativno učenje; učenje u visokom obrazovanju

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