The Art of Language in Teaching Theoretical Basics of Education (A Case Study: Russian Literature)Journal: Language Art (Vol.2, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2017.11.30
Authors : Masoumeh Motamednia;
Page : 61-78
Keywords : Education; Educational Linguistics; Russia; Foreign Language;
The nature of teaching foreign language literature, especially the Russian literature which is formed by a great wealth of Russian culture based on the learning of the stable communication principles, so providing its facilities is charged on the foreign language departments of universities. This communicational method is of high importance because it is a good way for students to become acquainted with the spiritual and cultural values of the other nations and the mutual understanding between people. Literature, in any forms and shapes, reflects the life and expresses the values, criteria and characteristics affecting the individual and collective life. Literary works occasionally connect to life from the ethnic and national perspectives, and sometimes from the viewpoint of sensation and emotion, and at times, through rationality and morality, it guides and instructs its audiences. The use of literature in enhancing reading skills and the way it is used to create mental peace as well as its use as a means of gaining new experiences are the strategies which have been investigated in this article. The use of language and literature in the formation of educational beliefs in individuals constitutes the final section of this study.
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