Coactivity: Philology, Educology / Santalka: Filologija, Edukologija, Vol 14, No 4 (2006)

Communicative Competences, Some of Their Strategic and Tactical Teaching/Learning Problems

Vytautas Šernas


The aim of the paper is a strategic one. The author seeks to help an educator to realize the provision set by the European Board of languages to the EU countries: both school-leavers and students should master a second language [1]. It is an achievable goal if we develop students’ language abilities in a rational way, form their autonomous language learning, purposefully implement learning/teaching of the synthetic model of communicative competences. (7; 8; 9). The original notion of communicative competency is grounded in the paper. The mentioned notion might facilitate the process of the multilingualism formation in an individual’s mind. Several things may help for this goal realization: taxonomy, the development of metacognitive way of thinking, the implementation of the provisions of the synthetic model of the communicative competences development into the coordinated process of teaching/learning several languages (educators, learners, the authors of authentic study programmes, text books for Lm, L1, L2, etc.)The mentioned provisions of the European Board are the multinational affair if Lithuania seeks to become a full-fledged member of the EU. The paper is of a debatable character.

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Article in: Lithuanian

Article published: 2011-04-15

Keyword(s): communicative competences; language abilities; the synthetic individualized model of the deve-lopment of communicative competence; autonomous learning; linguadidactics; metacognitive competence; taxonomy

DOI: 10.3846/coactivity.2006.42

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