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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Evgeniya Papsheva
Developing and Assessing Reading into Writing Skills in FL Classroom
10
2018
This Final Qualification Work is devoted to the problem of developing and assessing notional reading skills by writing tasks at English language classes for senior schoolchildren from the point of view of The Federal State Educational Standard. The aim of the work was to define the core elements of such a skill as notional reading and to establish an effective system of tasks for developing and assessing it.

In the first chapter of the work the theoretical basis of notional reading was explored, and also the requirements of The Federal State Educational Standard were specified for the senior step of school education. The conducted analysis of scientific literature and the linguodidactic perspective on notional reading allowed to identify a group of components (macro and micro elements) which are necessary for students’ creating independent texts and for their better diving into the atmosphere of foreign language.

The second chapter is dedicated to the analysis of modern teaching materials which showed that the development of notional reading skills is quite weak even on the current stage of methodological studies. On the basis of gradual approach in teaching reading and identified components of notional reading the work suggests an effective system of tasks for developing and assessing reading skills which is universal for teaching reading at all stages of language education.

The viewed issue meets the requirements of modern society and can be relevant for teachers, researchers and methodologists; it allows to achieve goals and objectives of teaching using special methodical system on a fundamentally new level.

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