Submit an Article
Become a reviewer
Vol 160 No 2
Download volume:

Structure and content of the elective interdisciplinary course "Intercultural Rhetoric" for non-philology students

S. M. Fedyunina1
L. N. Maksimova2
About authors
  • 1 — Saratov State Technical University
  • 2 — Saratov State Technical University
Date submitted:
Date accepted:
Date published:


The article describes the structure and content of the elective interdisciplinary course "Intercultural Rhetoric" created at Saratov State Technical University. The course is based on the integration of communicative disciplines: rhetoric, speech culture, stylistics, psycholinguistics, general linguistics, sociolinguistics, theory of intercultural communication. Special attention is paid to the acquisition of basic knowledge and formation of skills in the field of rhetoric. Linguistic and national-cultural features of speech behavior are studied on the basis of cross-cultural trainings. Information about linguistic universals and linguistic lacunas is analyzed. As a result of the developed and tested course, a textbook is created.

Go to volume 160


  1. Милославская С.К. К эволюции концепции культуры в лингводидактике: Материалы 4 Симпозиума МАПРЯЛ по лингвострановедению. М,. 1994.
  2. Сафонова В.В. Социокультурный подход к обучению иностранному языку как специальности: Автореф. диссертации на соискание ученой степени доктора педагогических наук. М., 1993.

Similar articles

School and communication: Reflections on education in the future and in the present
2005 S. E. Tikhonov
Historical component in Russian language lessons as a way to form rhetorical thinking
2005 O. N. Zaitseva
Elements of rhetorization as a factor of increasing the activity of educational activity in teaching English language learning
2005 S. V. Bochkareva
Stereotypes as sociocultural markers of individual speech behavior
2005 I. V. Shalina
Judicial rhetoric as a component of professional education of lawyers: to the question of objectives and teaching methods
2005 N. V. Oturgasheva
Speech error as a modeled "deviation"
2005 K. P. Sidorenko