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Assignments for Teaching Intercultural Communication

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The article discusses the indicative tasks for the formation of socio-cultural competence in the process of teaching students of language specialties to intercultural communication. The tasks are aimed at mastering students' knowledge of the ethno psychological characteristics of the native speaker of the studied language and the ability to use this knowledge in the process of interaction. The complex is based on the methodological principles of the interrelated communicative and socio-cultural development of the student's personality, the gradual formation of socio-cultural competence and the comparison of native and foreign cultures. Examples of socio-cultural tasks based on the material of the English language are given.


intercultural communication
socio-cultural competence
ethnopsychological features
orientation tasks


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o’g’li, I. A. F. . (2022). Assignments for Teaching Intercultural Communication. International Journal of Culture and Modernity, 16, 7–9. Retrieved from https://ijcm.academicjournal.io/index.php/ijcm/article/view/254
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    12 May 2022
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    12 May 2022
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    11 May 2022