Theory and Practice of Teaching Ukrainian
as a Foreign Language

 

Anthology of Scholarly Articles

 

First Edition

 

 Lviv 2006

 

 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

Preface

 

 

I. METHODOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF STUDYING UKRAINIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

 

Bohdan SOKIL, Zoriana MATSIUK. Concept of preparing specialists for teaching the Ukrainian language to foreign-language-speaking audience.

Alia CHYSTIAKOVA, Larysa SELIVERSTOVA, Tetyana LAGUTA. Differentiated organization of teaching the Ukrainian language to foreigners.

Orysia DEMSKA-KULCHYTSKA. Structural approaches in language methodology.

Liudmyla VASYLIEVA. Methodological basics for developing communicative competence in foreign languages for students.

Olexandra PALKA. Types of exercises for creating communicative competence of foreign students in the process of studying the Ukrainian language.

Danuta MAZOORYK, Victor KREVS. Complex test as a way of testing interim knowledge.

Myroslava IZBENKO. Test in Ukrainian as a foreign language.

Igor DOVHIY. Studying Ukrainian as a foreign language with the use of Internet technology.

Larysa PALAMAR. Integrated knowledge on Ukrainian as a foreign language.

Oksana KUCHERIAVA. Functional communicative approach in developing a speaker's competence in discourse.

 

 

II. PHONETICS, VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR

IN TEACHING UKRAINIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

 

Marian SKAB. Ukrainian nominations of the speech addressee as an object for study by foreigners.

Bozhena ZINKEVYCH-TOMANEK. Polish-Ukrainian contrastive grammar as a means of optimizing the studying of Ukrainian as a foreign language.

Halyna TYMOSHYK. Accentuation in terms of linguodidactics.

Solomiya BOOK. Differenting terms for designating a minimized vocabulary.

Larysa SELIVERSTOVA. Selecting vocabulary of foreign origin for textbooks on Ukrainian as a foreign language.

Tatiana LAGUTA. National cultural lexical units in textbooks on Ukrainian as a foreign language.

Lesya ANTONIV. Topical vocabulary organization in the course of Ukrainian as a foreign language.

Olha KROVYTSKA. Lexicographical sources as a reflection of the language world of Ukrainians.

Zinoviy BYCHKO. Significance of dialectic vocabulary when teaching Ukrainian to foreigners.

Maria PROTSYK. Semantization of specific Ukrainian vocabulary when studying with foreigners (based on material on Ukrainian publishing terms).

Olexandra ANDRES. Using Ukrainian sports terms during the learning process for foreigners.

Ivanna PIDKOVYCH. Peculiarities of translating primary colors in Ukrainian to a foreign audience.

Iryna PROTSYK. Studying Ukrainian vocabulary as a foreign language.

 

 

. UKRAINIAN FOR A FORBGN-LANGUAGE-SPEAKJNG AUDIENCE

 

Anna KHRANIUK. Ukrainian language before the 15th anniversary of studying at Adam Mitskevych Poznan University.

Iryna PROYSYK. Ukrainian studies at Vrotslav University.

Oksana BARANIVSKA. Linguistic and didactic problems of teaching and studying Ukrainian at foreign higher educational institutions.

Halyna CHUBA. Inflexion mistakes encountered by Polish students learning Ukrainian, reasons for and ways to solve them.

Viera LENDIELOVA. Teaching Ukrainian for a Czech-Ukrainian (heterogeneous) university audience.

Ihor STANOYOSK. Deviatological aspects of studying Ukrainian by Macedonians.

Oksana OSTAPCHUK. Russian-Ukrainian interference in teaching Ukrainian as a foreign language.

Inna NAMAKSHTANSKA. From experiences teaching Ukrainian to Swedish students.

Noriko KOORIKHARA. Specific methods of teaching the Ukrainian to Japanese students.

Una GLUSHCHENKO. Ukrainian regional studies on the Ellada region: perspectives of establishment and development.

 

 

IV. LINGUISTIC-COUNTRY STUDIES

IN A COURSE OF UKRAINIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

 

Lesya ANTONIV. Considering national cultural specifics of language units in the process of studying Ukrainian as a foreign language.

Olena SYNCHAK. Inner world and behavior of the Ukrainian woman as an object in lingo-country studies.

Halyna TSITSYK. Male image in the language picture of the world of Ukrainians.

Olga SOSLIUK. National cultural lingo-etiquette specificity.

Zoriana MATSIUK. Lingo-country studies potential in the fiction of Roman Ivanychook.

Nina STANKEVYCH. Ukrainian toponimes as lingo-country studies material.

Daria DOBRUSYNETS. Ukrainian proper names as evidence of national cultural specificity.

Iryna PROTSYK, Halyna TYMOSHYK. Ukrainian astronomic names in lingo-country studies.

Zoriana VASYLKO. Lingo-country studies in the names of fauna.

Zoriana VASYLKO, Iryna KUZYSHYN. Names of flora in a course of Ukrainian as a foreign language: specific description and ways of presenting them to a foreign-language-speaking audience.

Daria YAKYMOVYCH-CHAPRAN. Aspects of organizing a lingo-country studies dictionary consisting of proper names (material on proper names).