The Type of Communication Strategies of Science Rhetorieque in Foreign Language Learning
This paper presents the types of communication strategies of science rhetorique in Foreign Language Learning (FLL). The purpose is to facilitate learners’ communicative competence in English. The concept ‘communicative competence’ covers four main aspects: grammatical competence traditionally dealing with syntax; sociolinguistic competence dealing with social appropriateness of communication; discourse competence dealing with cohesive and coherence in discourse; and strategic competence focusing on pragmatic function of communication. The author concludes by giving suggestion of rhetorique component of communicative competence. This aspect of communicative competence have received great attention in language and literacy education, particularly in foreign language learning. However, little attention is given to the ability to employ different tactics by language users in achieving this goal in science rhetorique. This paper examines this neglected area of communicative strategies and their implications for science rhetorique and teaching.
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