Corpus linguistics in building professional communicative competencies of graduates of higher educational institutions
Keywords:english language competence, corpus linguistics , innovative technologies, higher education , Cambridge learner corpus
The purpose of the article is to study the role of corpus linguistics methods in the formation of students’ professional communicative competence. The study used the method of expert evaluation, a method of questionnaire with open questions. There was a change in the minimum score in the experimental
group ranging from 50 to 67. Such results are signifi cant and demonstrate the eff ectiveness of the method under consideration. After the experimental training, the value of the criterion was Temp2=4.41, which is higher than the critical value. The practice of creating a corpus at the stage of course planning and selection of educational content has proven its capability and, most importantly, its versatility. The use of both the idea of compiling a subject area corpus and the statistical evaluation of vocabulary is highly eff ective. A scientifi cally based selection of professionally relevant foreign language vocabulary items is eff ective in Teaching a foreign language for any profession. Further research should be aimed at expanding the scope of corpus linguistics in this area.
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