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DOI: 10.26710/fk17-04-10
Abstract: The purpose of this article is to present the characteristics of the new types of techniques (exercises), called the organizational and speech-developing technology aimed at speech development of junior pupils at the lessons of literature reading. These exercises make up an important part of the teaching methods with the help of subjective and substantive perspectives present in them. The article theoretically justifies the possibility to influence organizational and verbal techniques of speech development of primary pupils; it gives an outline of the types of organizational and speech techniques; it describes the specifics of their development and application in different structural stages of a lesson of literature reading; it also presents the results of their use in the educational process. The methods of speech development of pupils can be widely used at the lessons of literature reading in different types of schools of primary education. The study involved the methods of theoretical analysis of scientific-methodological literature, observation of the process of speech development of junior pupils, modeling the process of teaching literature reading in primary grades on the basis of subjective and substantive perspectives. The experience of elementary school teachers in Moscow, Kirov and other cities of the Russian Federation shows that the use of organizational and speech exercises helps to change for the better the whole process of teaching literature reading in the primary grades and it is probably even more important that it provides intensive speech development of junior pupils.
Key words: SPEAKING, CHILDREN’S SPEECH, SPEECH DEVELOPMENT, JUNIOR PUPILS, SPEECH TECHNIQUE, LITERATURE READING, READING LESSONS, METHODS OF TEACHING LITERATURE AT SCHOOL, LITERATURE IN PRIMARY SCHOOL

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Bakulina, G. A. Subjectification as the Means of Speech Development of Primary School Students During Literature Reading Lessons / G. A. Bakulina, L. N. Vakhrusheva, S. V. Savinova // Philological Class. – 2017. – №4 (50). – P. 66-74. DOI 10.26710/fk17-04-10 .