AWEJ for Translation & Literary Studies, Volume 5, Number 1. February 2021 Pp.248 -261
Language as Students’ Artistic Value: Linguodidactic Dimension
Department of Theory and Practice of Translation, Kharkiv University of Humanities “People’s
Ukrainian Academy,” Kharkiv, Ukraine
Correspondent Author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Social Sciences, Kyiv National I. K. Karpenko-Kary Theatre, Cinema and
Television University, Kyiv, Ukraine
Laboratory of Aesthetic Education and Art Studies, Institute of Problems of Education, National
Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
Received: 12/13/2020 Accepted: 1/8/2021 Published: 2/24/2021
The present paper focuses on the problem of values and representation of language as an artistic value. The main objectives of the research are to specify the role of artistic values for people, represent the methodology for the integration of arts into foreign language classes, evaluate its results. The research questions of the study aimed to investigate how the experimental course contributed to students’ attitude towards artistic values, the development of their language and communication skills. The outlined methodology of arts integration into foreign language classes involves teaching art terms, phraseological units about art, popular-quotations, and teaching through literary translation and dialogue of cultures. The one-term experimental integrated course of English and art classes was implemented by two secondary schools in Kyiv (Ukraine). The evaluation of the results was done with the method of qualitative research. The findings confirmed that language as an artistic value is a powerful instrument for students’ personal, artistic, and cognitive development.
Keywords: artistic values, art-terms and phraseological units, dialogue of cultures, linguodidactics, literary translation
Cite as: Guslenko, I., Myropolska, E., & Myropolska , N. (2021). Language as Students’ Artistic Value: Linguodidactic Dimension. Arab World English Journal for Translation & Literary Studies 5 (1) 248 -261.
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