Formation of readiness of a medical university student for professional communication during the development of speech culture in foreign languages

   Formation of readiness of a medical university student for professional communication during the development of speech culture in foreign languages

Modern society feels the need for the personality differing in such qualities as high level of communicative competence, the independence, independence of judgments which are combined with respect for opinion of other people. Successful communication activities contribute to the formation of a person.

The socio-economic development of Tajikistan, the priority of which is the formation of a competitive person who knows how to predict her own activities, make decisions on her own, who knows how to set goals, choose ways to achieve them, is ready to take responsibility for the results of her work, and actualizes the problem of competent training of specialists in the process of vocational training. The implementation of the national project "Health" envisages improving the level of professional training of medical workers, including by optimizing education in institutions of higher and secondary professional medical education.

One of the global problems of modern society is the inability to express their thoughts clearly and competently. Currently, the problem of developing the speech culture of students of national groups of the university is extremely important and relevant. For the sphere of future specialists, communication is an urgent problem in achieving the effectiveness of speech interaction, its solution depends on students' proficiency in speech genres, on tactics and strategy of speech behavior.

The modern concept of education aims to develop a person capable of effectively realizing himself in the field of future professional activity. Of particular importance in this regard is the problem of forming and developing the communicative competence of students in the process of learning foreign languages ​ ​ as non-native. The success of its interaction with communication partners and self-realization in society largely depend on the level of communicative competence of the person.

Thus, the main goal of a competent approach in teaching English as a non-native language is to form a comprehensively developed student personality, his theoretical thinking, linguistic intuition and abilities, mastering the culture of speech communication and behavior.

Communicative competence is not only the ability to understand strangers and generate their own statements, speech behavior, adequate for goals, spheres, situations of communication, but it includes knowledge of basic speech concepts: styles, types of speech: description, narration, reasoning; methods of linking proposals in the text, ability to analyze the text; observe parameters corresponding to speech culture.

In modern conditions, low speech culture is a factor that negatively affects the competitiveness of specialists. The higher the level of speech culture of a person, the more productive he will solve the tasks of professional activity.

It is important for the future specialist not only to be able to build his oral statement, to defend his own position in compliance with the rules of the culture of speech communication, but also to be able to understand someone else's speech and respond adequately to it. One of the most important tasks of a higher university today is the formation of the readiness of future specialists to self-study and show creative activity, having business communication skills, competently writing, able to use all means of language, i.e. ready for future professional activity.

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Teachers of department of Foreign Languages of Avicenna TSMU

Mirzoeva Gavharmoh Hanonovna

Karimova Muqaddas Doniyorovna


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