FEATURES OF USING THE STAGING METHOD IN TEACHING LEGAL SPANISH AS THE SECOND LANGUAGE
At present, in Russian and foreign pedagogics foreign language teachers have approached the indisputable idea that a foreign language cannot be understood or taught in isolation from the context and environment of the language. Teaching is not considered any more as a mere fact of transferring a certain set of formal structures with an almost religious awe enshrined in textbooks to a student - structures that are not always applicable in real communicative situations. We believe that this article can be useful, and its relevance is determined by the needs of modern linguo-didactics. Therefore, probably, every teacher is entitled and obliged to mix and match a variety of techniques depending on the purpose, learning environment, and other factors. The more alternative methodological decisions, the more fruitful will the search for new ways of learning the subject be. One of the ways that the authors see and use in their practice is staging. We rely on Spanish as well as Russian scholars’ opinions and find the staging method in teaching a worthwhile idea to make students forget their fears, be able to hear and listen to other people, be heard and listened by their partners, become a real professional in his/her job.