Derevskova E., Pozdniakova N., Franchuk O. —
Componential Analysis of Lexical Meaning of an Occasional word (Based on the Russian Language)
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DOI: 10.25136/2409-8698.2023.4.40001 EDN: FNDJVQ URL: https://en.nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=40001
Basing on their own experience in teaching linguistic disciplines, the authors of the article reveal the most complicated issues in Lexical semantics learning. Being involved into new system of education, the first and second-year students need not only to get new knowledge, but also to master skills of the research work by studying the term paradigm. The subject of the study is one of the possible methods of training, which allows forming the theoretical knowledge of students through practical skills. The authors believe that future linguists should have knowledge about the meaning side of the language units of different levels and be aware of the componential analysis of the word`s meaning. The authors` technique is a system of creative research tasks designed to help students master important concepts of modern semantic research, form the ability to use the terms that make up the theoretical basis of the topic “Componential analysis of the lexical meaning of a word” correctly and consciously. At the first stage students individually need to determine the lexical meaning of the occasional word relying on the paradigmatic and syntagmatic links of the words (creative work is based on the novel by T. Tolstoy “Kys`”). Then students form lexical meaning of the words of the same thematic group. At the final stage students write the dictionary entry. This technique not only helps students to understand fundamental concepts while studying “Componential analysis of the lexical meaning of a word”, but also make the results of the research work productive and the conclusions conscious.
integral seme, syntagmatic links, paradigmatic links, componential analysis, occasional vocabulary, language sign, lexical semantics, differential semes, dictionary entry, implication