Major: Biotechnology and Bioengineering
Code of subject: 8.162.00.M.16
Department: Department of Theory of Law and Constitutionalism
Lecturer: Tokarska Antonina Semenivna
Semester: 3 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: The main problematic tasks of rhetoric, scientific concepts and categories, based on knowledge of their traditional and modern explanations and formulations. 2. To explain the content of concepts and categories of rhetoric, to reveal their most important features and connections with other concepts and categories, to demonstrate one's vision of basic scientific ideas. 3. To be able to formulate one's own scientific ideas, to reveal their content in detail, relying on relevant concepts. 4. Conduct an extended monologue (lecture) on professional issues; effective, constructive conversation on any topic from the circle of interests of a cultured, highly educated person; 5. Possess the ethical principles of monologic and dialogic public speaking; 6. To form an individual image of the orator, one's own oratorical style on the basis of the humanistic rhetorical ideal; 7. To prepare a public speech in various genres of eloquence, to give a general rhetorical assessment of the effectiveness of thinking and speech activity and to improve the technique of one's own oral speech (diction, modulation of the sound of the voice, intonation, etc.). 8. Apply progressive and rationally balanced methods of mastering knowledge; to navigate in scientific and periodical literature and information on the problems of rhetoric; prepare speeches on the issues of solving social conflicts at various levels (court, conference, debate, scientific report, review, report, etc.). be able: 1. Use the state literary language both orally and in writing. 2. To demonstrate value-semantic competence, which means the ability, based on awareness of one's role and purpose, creative orientation, the ability to choose target and meaningful attitudes for one's actions and deeds, to make decisions, to form values. 3. To have general cultural competence: to project the main features of national and general human culture, the spiritual and moral foundations of human life and humanity, individual nations, the foundations of family, social, societal phenomena and traditions, the role of science and religion in human life, their influence on worldview and being . 4. To master educational and cognitive competence, which includes elements of logical, methodological and heuristic activity; the ability to use real objects and information technologies to form the ability to independently search, analyze and select the necessary information, organize, transform, store and transmit it. 5. Demonstrate communicative competence and the ability to effectively interact with people, team work skills
Required prior and related subjects: Previous: Worldview and methodological problems of legal understanding Next: Practical psychology
Summary of the subject: Rhetoric is the science of persuasion through words, the art of speaking. This competency is related to both speaking and texting. Oratory and rhetoric have always occupied a significant place in classical scientific traditions. Their formation coincides with periods of the greatest flowering of culture. Rhetoric is an interdisciplinary science, it has traditional connections with philosophy, communication theory, ethics, logic, politics, psychology, jurisprudence, and stylistics. Classical rhetoric stated the need for professional work, which should not be separated from scientific truth and ethics; "successful improvisation is possible only thanks to deep knowledge and rich experience. The speech should be made not in order to impress, but in order to achieve understanding. Rhetorical knowledge is actualized by modern circumstances in a post-industrial society, for which information is the most important resource, in which new information technologies appear, new scientific thinking is formed, and a new philosophy of communication is maturing. Discourse, narrative, speech and the processes of their perception are analyzed in modern rhetoric, which evolves thanks to the development of humanitarian studies and the theory of mass communication in modern culture. The availability of future scientists with practical knowledge in the field of preparation, writing and the technique of delivering speeches will ensure greater effectiveness of their activities, which will be associated with the achievement of personal and socially significant goals in the scientific field. The ability to appeal to consciousness and the emotional sphere of verbal and non-verbal communication will be the key to the implementation of the strategy of socio-cultural success. Based on observations and analysis, create a "portrait of the audience"; ? analyze and choose a professional genre that corresponds to a specific situation and create an effective speech composition; ? conduct an extended monologue, an effective conversation on professional issues; ? solve communicative tasks in a specific situation; ? logically correct, accurate, ethical and emotional expression of thoughts in accordance with the content, communication conditions and addressee, striving to create an individual style; ? to master polemical art (dispute, polemic, discussion); ? systematically analyze the entire communicative process (reflection).
Assessment methods and criteria: The methods of assessing the level of achievement of learning outcomes of education seekers are: oral survey at practical (seminar) classes; control work; performance of an individual research task; final control work.
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