Communicative competence: approaches to determination and its effects in forming a language personality

Keywords: communicative competence, communication, interaction, personality, language personality, students

Abstract

The article deals with a problem of achieving a high level of communicative competence as the uppermost stage in formation of a language personality, and hence, a special task to be completed when teaching Ukrainian in the secondary school system. The author sees a student’s communicative competence as their ability to use effectively their linguistic knowledge and the skills they have formed, along with their own experience in order to harmonize all kinds of interaction, achieve their communicative goals and the desired pragmatic effect.

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Author Biography

Olena Kulyk, SHEE «Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University»

PhD in Pedagogy, Associate Professor, Associate Professor at the chair for Ukrainian linguistics and methods of education

Published
2018-06-27
How to Cite
Kulyk, O. (2018). Communicative competence: approaches to determination and its effects in forming a language personality. Theoretical and Didactic Philology, (28), 103-112. Retrieved from https://tdp-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/108