The World of Russian Word. 2014. N 1



The ROPRYAL’s Plan of Activities for 2014 

The MAPRYAL’s Plan of Activities for 2014


Elena E. Pchelintseva
On Appropriateness of the Verbal Nouns Use
The functions of transposition as well as the reasons for selecting (instead of verbal constructions) and some other peculiarities of their usage in the contemporary Russian speech are analyzed in connection to their role in establishing the functional sentence perspective.
Keywords: verbal noun, deverbativ, transposition.

Yulia M. Konyaeva
Expression of Dialogic in the PR-text (on the Material of By-Liner)
The article is devoted to the study of the dialogic nature of PR-text. As a material for the research we used texts written in the genre of by-liner. As the main markers of dialogic highlighted targeting expressed herein speech positions of all participants of communication, as well as proper linguistic means of expression dialogic relations.
Keywords: PR-text, dialogic, targeting and response, speech position.


Ekaterina Yu. Goncharuk, Elena V. Kalachinskaya, Yuliya O. Konovalova
Precedent Phenomena in Russian Students’ Minds (According to their Cultural Literacy Study)
This paper reflects the specifics of the reflection of precedent phenomena in Russian students’ minds as phenomena of national culture. This research was conducted in the frame of the study of students’ cultural literacy and creation of cultural literacy dictionary. Among analyzed elements of students’ background knowledge are personalities, names, sayings, historical events related to Russia.
Keywords: cultural literacy, background knowledge, educational process, precedent phenomena, students’ questioning survey.

Anastasia V. Vasilyeva
Dissenters, Dissidents, Human Rights Activists, Intellectual Deviants: On the “Dialogue” of Adjacent Notions in Social Sciences
The correlation of allied notions used in cultural studies, philosophy, cultural anthropology, political science, journalism and other sciences in order to define countercultural manifestations typical for socialist societies of the second half of the XX century is analyzed. This article refers not only the generally accepted notions but also figurative denominations.
Keywords: oppositional culture, countercultural movement, official culture, dissenters, dissidents, human rights activists, intellectual deviants, oppositional intelligentsia, artistic intelligentsia.


Nadezhda A. Azarenko
The Orthodox Metaphorization of Characters as the Way of Organization of F. M. Dostoevsky’s “Idiot”: Linguistic Introduction
The article covers the linguistic representation of the author’s original metaphor expressed as “Mishkin, the Jesus Christ” in Dostoevsky’s “Idiot”. Decipher of the metaphoric pattern being relevant to the author’s plan, it is not only Dostoevsky’s Orthodox world view than can be explored, but the very sense he had intended for the readers via the second novel of the Great Pentateuch.
Keywords: cognitive metaphor, metaphoric patterns, world view, Jesus Christ.

Elena V. Voynalovich
Substantive Designations of Artifact in I. Shmelyov’s Novel “Nyanya iz Moskvy”: Lexical-Stylistics Studies Based on Corpus
The article presents an overview of the analysis of the substantive designations of artifact in I. Shmelyov’s novel “Nyanya iz Moskvy”. The research is done by means of making concordances based on stylometric method. The subgroups of artifact state substantive are highlighted and examined. The analysis is being carried out within the framework of the total study of stylisation type of skaz novel.
Keywords: linguo-stylistics, I. Shmelyov, statistical stylistics, artifact, cultural code.

Zhu Hongqiong
Centennial Acceptance of Ivan S. Turgenev’s “Poems in Prose” in China
This paper aims to researching into centennial history of circulation Ivan S. Turgenev’s “Poems in Prose” in China. From the year 1915 to 2013, except for a few special periods, Ivan S. Turgenev’s “Poems in Prose”, due to its ideological content and artistic features, is warmly welcomed in China. It is constantly reprinted through several versions and widely spread which becomes a beautiful landscape in the cultural exchange between China and Russia.
Keywords: “Poems in Prose”, Turgenev, reception, China.

Natalie Malinin
Oral Speech in the Text of the Modern Russian Story
The article refers linguistic peculiarities of the modern story, oral speech oriented. The speech introduces specific character of its structure with not disturbing the principles of belles-lettres text construction.
Keywords: oral speech, belles-lettres text, linguistic peculiarities of the modern story.

Yuliana A. Orlova
Images and Meanings in the Mark A. Aldanov’s story “Belvedere Torso”
The author explores the Mark A. Aldanov’s story “Belvedere Torso” (1936). The meanings of art, love, life became a subject of story. Revealing the problems of Art and Artist, Creator and Creation, Talent and Envious Aldanov established ideas about famous historical figures — Michelangelo, Vasari — artistic complicating them, bringing their images inconsistency, ambiguity. Author examines the cultural context of the time: the life and relationships of artists, writers, scholars, clergy, contemporaries of Michelangelo. The author managed to delve into the psychology of a man of the past and reach an understanding of psychology, philosophy, and the meaning of human life in general.
Keywords: historical and philosophical novel, image, historical characters, the author’s concept.


Irina V. Odintsova
“Thematic Primitives” as a Basis of Learning a Foreign Language at an Early Stage
The article deals with “thematic primitives” — themes which are characteristic for the initial stage of learning a foreign language. Thematic primitives are analyzed in the context of the theory of “everyday life”. Characteristics of thematic primitives such as stereotype, intersubjectivity, historicity, etc. are specified. The features of the cognitive structure of thematic primitives are reviewed.
Keywords: “thematic primitives”, “everyday life”, the initial stage of learning, frame.

Irina N. Borisova, Natalya P. Nekludova
Communication Correction Competence Training for  Migrants in a Polyethnic Group
The article refers to linguacultural  and communicative and liguamethodical basis for interethnic communication correction competence of migrants’ children studying in a polyethnic class. Methodical techniques of  forming of communicative sets for partner communication in Russian social and cultural sphere are described. Interactive exercises that are to teach image forming and cooperative strategies and tactics in interethnic communication are analyzed.
Keywords: communication competence, speech tactics, methods of teaching, migrants.

Zhanar A. Nourshaikhova, Lyudmila V. Yekshembeeva
Speech Behavior Strategies and Tactics of Foreign Students: Methodical Aspect
The article refers to intercommunication of cultural and linguistic image of the world. Interactive communication within modern Kazakhstan society transformation is analyzed. The model of stereotype behavior teaching on the basis of behavior primitives is shown.
Keywords: intercultural communication, speech strategies and tactics, foreign students.

Olga V. Ryabova
Emotives Learning Peculiarities in Russian Practice Course for American Students (from TORFL-2)
The article refers to the Russian speech problems of American students. Special attention is paid to complex study of syntax and intonation study. A new methodical system on speech perception and reproduction skills development is offered. They help foreign students effectively communicate in Russian.
Keywords: speaking practice study, phonetics in Russian for foreigners course, communicative situations modeling, TORFL-3 program.

Alexander V. Korotyshev
“Adaptation Matrix” as a Sets Complex for Selection and Adaptation of a Literary Texts in Russian for Foreigners Teaching
The article considers ways for literary text selection in teaching Russian as a foreign language with respect to key parameters of text and readers. So-termed «matrix of adaptation» allows to reveal interaction between these parameters, thus enabling to forecast readers’ response to a specific quality of texts and improve efficiency of text selection.
Keywords: adaptation, readability, selecting literary texts.


Svetlana P. Belokourova, Tatiana I. Zaznobina
Modern Teaching Course: New Education Approaches and New Opportunities (Literature. 9th Form)
The article is dedicated to an innovative teaching course “Literature. 9th Form”, edited by I. N. Sukhikh. The course has the following components: Student’s Book, Teacher’s Book, Work book and IWB Software. The article examines new educational approaches and new opportunities, represented by the course. The authors suggest the review and analysis of different types of questions and tasks included into the course and directed to form main training (educational) competences of 9th formers in literary education. The article represents main kinds of the educational activity which involve students in the processes, providing socialization and cultural self-identification of 9th formers.
Keywords: methods of literature teaching at school, teaching course, 9th form.

Anna V. Volodina
Ways of Poetic Text Interpretation: On a Graphic Image of a Poem
The author offers to analyze a graphic image which can be the keypoint of both a poet’s biography and peculiarities of literacy lead study. Thus, emblem features reside in Baroque taste of a poem, while allusions reside  in romantic graphics and freedom of usual norms in futuristic one.
Keywords: graphic image of a poem, emblem poems, romantic real and imaginary worlds, futuristic epatage.

Nadezhda V. Lyubavskaya
From Pedagogical Studious to Children Literacy Art Festival (On Development of Attention to Native Language and Students’ Creativity Development)
This article covers the technology of pedagogical studios for learning Russian language and literature. Submitted the sequence of this program (including interesting examples), outlined the ways of its adaptation in a normal School. The article also includes the information about the connection of this technology and organizing festivals of children’s writing creativity.
Keywords: studio, speech, word, creativity, festival.

Victoria V. Selitskaya
A Work of Art Study within the Advent of the State Basic General Educational Standard
The article refers to the changes taking place with a lesson as a form of organization of the educational process at the present stage, the possibilities of modern educational technologies in the study of literature. Modern educational technologies using in a literature class is an important motivational factor and it furthers learners get metasubject, personal and subject learning results.
Keywords: modern lesson, educational standard, educational technologies, art text, design activity of school students.


Nina A. Liubimova Anniversary


Yu. A. Karchina —
Mokienko V. M., Lilich G. A., Trofimkina O. I. Tolkovyy slovar’ bibleyskikh vyrazheniy i slov: ok. 2000 edinits. — M.: AST : Astrel’, 2010. — 639 s.

V. Vasilieva —
Medialinguistic — new researches platform (Review: Bogusław Skowronek. Mediolingwistyka. Wprowadzenie. Kraków, 2013. 286 s.)

V. D. Cherniak —
Yazyk. Tekst. Diskurs: Nauchnyy al’manakh Stavropol’skogo otdeleniya RALK / Pod red. prof. G. N. Manaenko. — Vyp. 11. — Stavropol’: Izd-vo SKFU, 2013. — 400 s.

E. I. Selivertova —
In search of new approaches to verb study (Review: Michaela Liaunigg. Aspekt verstehen. Übungen zum rus-sischen Verlabaspekt in Texten. 2. Auflage. Vidovye uprazhneniya v tekstakh. — Wien: Edition Liaunigg e. U., 2012)

O. I. Glazunova —
«Russia and Spain: Dialog of Cultures» (about new national oriented textbook)

L. V. Miller —
Moskovkin L. V., Shamonina G. N. Innovatsii v obuchenii russkomu yazyku kak inostrannomu. — Varna: VSU «Chernorizets Khrab”r». Universitetsko izdatelstvo, 2013. — 208 s.


Science and Practical Session of “MAPRYAL to Russian World”


Olga A. Akulich
Irkutsk and Decabrists

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