Ukrainian Language (for Professional Purposes)
Code of subject: 6.171.00.O.011
Department: Ukrainian Language
Lecturer: Serednytska Anna Yaroslavivna
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: заочна
Learning outcomes: Ability to implement the requirements of the Constitution of Ukraine and other legislative acts on the statehood of the Ukrainian language and its use in professional communication. Possession of the ability to written and oral communication in the state language, speech culture skills, norms of the Ukrainian literary language. The ability to logically and competently express opinions in the process of professional communication.
Required prior and related subjects: Prerequisites: History of statehood and culture of Ukraine
Summary of the subject: The discipline involves the study of stylistic and practical aspects of modern Ukrainian literary language. Students learn to implement the requirements of the Constitution of Ukraine and other legislative acts on the statehood of the Ukrainian language and its use in professional communication; acquire skills of normative written and oral communication in the state language, master the basic principles of speech culture, norms of the Ukrainian literary language; learn to logically and competently express opinions in the process of professional communication.
Assessment methods and criteria: Exam, Participation – 40 points, Graded work – 60 points
Recommended books: 1) Voznyuk H. L., Bulyk-Verkhola S. Z., Vasylyshyn I. P., Hnatyuk M. V., Mentyns"ka I. B., Shmilyk I. D. Ukrayins"ka mova (za profesijnym spryamuvannyam). Za novoju prohramoju: navch. posibnyk-praktykum. L"viv: Vy-vo L"vivs"koyi politexniky, 2020. 324 s. 2) Mykytyuk O. Kul"tura movlennya: osoblyvosti, zavdannya, cikavynky: navch. posibnyk. 2-e vyd., dopovn. i vyprav. L"viv: Vyd-vo L"vivs"koyi politexniky, 2017. 236 s. 3) Serednyc"ka A., Kun"ch Z. Ukrayins"ka mova za profesijnym spryamuvannyam: Navch. posib. / Za red. kand. filol. nauk H. Voznyuka. K.: Znannnya, 2010. 211 s. 4) Farion I. Movna norma: poshuk istyny: navch. posibnyk. Ivano-Frankivs"k: Misto NV, 2017. 255 s.