Teaching online enantiosemia and word diffusion aspects during the coronavirus pandemics
Aisulu Nurtayeva – Gulmira Abdirassilova – Makbal Karbozova – Eker Suer – Sandugash Rakhimzhanova
The article’s primary goal is to demonstrate in the online teaching of language the philological aspects of the system and patterns of the occurrence of enantiosemia in the language to students. The article shows how language theoretical aspects can be taught in online learning. It also gives definitions of enantiosemic words for this purpose: to study their origin in the language system; to analyze the position in the text due to a change in syntactic meaning; tasks such as determining the nature of word formation, the study of the lexical stability. Enantiosemia occurs mainly in the form of interstitial diffusion. We use words in the form of opposite meanings during the speech, which are then stabilized and translated into a symmetrical second meaning. The study considers the secondary meaning transition through semantic analysis, contrasting, oppositional, and component analysis. We support the idea of developing the meanings of words being determined by the method of cognitive analysis. Thus, when instructing students to study the nature of enantiosis that acquire a new meaning that can be both stable or unstable in the language, it is necessary to do it in a context-sensitive manner and supplement the vocabulary.
Key words: teaching, enantiosemia, phrase, functional use, online learning, coronavirus nominative enantiosemia