Project technology in the development of communicative competence in schoolchildren: Extracurricular classes of Russian language

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Guzel M. Nurullina
Alexandr F. Muraviyov
Anastasiya A. Martyanova
Iskander E. Yarmakeev

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The article considers the project technology as a way of forming the communicative competence in students during extracurricular activities connected with the Russian language, the importance of this pedagogical technology in the organization of teaching and educational work that allows the teacher to deepen the knowledge and skills of students obtained during the lesson. The analysis of methodological literature shows that the project technology is oriented towards the development of students' self-organization, self-education, comprehension of learning activities from the standpoint of the system of value approach. It is aimed at developing students' quick and correct orientation in communication, finding adequate means of expression, constructing their own reasoning and creative expression in oral and written forms. It is noted that the project technology has a wide educational impact on the student in extracurricular activities connected with the Russian language: first of all, they reveal individual characteristics and abilities of students; enrich personal experience of students and their cognitive interest and develops the desire to be involved in a productive activity approved by society.


The paper gives a detailed description of communicative universal educational activities at each stage of project and research activities; the authors present a plan for an interdisciplinary project on the topic "A man collected words…", which can be realized within the framework of a “linguistic week” devoted to the life and work of V.I.Dahl.


The use of project technology in extracurricular classes allows the teacher to consolidate the knowledge of students in the vocabulary and phraseology of the Russian language, expand the vocabulary of students; promotes the development of their speech, logical thinking, improving the skills of expressive reading, and the implementation of interdisciplinary communications.


Key words: project technology, communicative competence, Russian language, extracurricular activities, methods of language teaching

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