Higher Education: Critical Discourse Domestic Education as a System and an Object of Management Eugene N. Ivakhnenko



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The paper was submitted 03.07.18

Accepted for publication 14.07.18

Communicative Language Teaching Method in Teaching the Kazakh Language to Russian-Speaking Technical Students in Kazakhstan

Nurlybek M. Aubakirov – Cand. Sci. (Philology), Prof., Director of the Kudayberdiyev Languages Triunity Center, e-mail: kenasch@mail.ru

Alla A. Dolgopolova – translator of the Kudayberdiyev Languages Triunity Center, e-mail: alla_rosebud@mail.ru

Karaganda State Technical University, Karaganda, Kazakhstan



Address: office 121, 56, Bulvar Mira, Karaganda, 100027, Republic of Kazakhstan
Abstract. The article deals with the specifics of teaching Kazakh language to Russian-speaking technical students at Karaganda State Technical University, Kazakhstan, in the light of the nationwide trilingualism policies. The paper explains ineffectiveness of the traditional grammar-translation method used today in many educational institutions. It has been hypothesized that Kazakh language teachers should use the Communicative language teaching (CLT) methodology, which is rather popular in the West and widely used for teaching foreign languages, in particular English, with its adaptation for Kazakhstan's conditions. The study gives a model of a communication-based lesson and proves its effectiveness in teaching Kazakh language to Russian-speaking students as well as suggests the possibility of its widespread implementation for training adult population in Kazakhstan.

Keywords: teaching Kazakh language, trilingualism policy, CLT methodology, Communicative language teaching, communication-based lesson

Cite as: Aubakirov, N.M., Dolgopolova, A.A. (2018). [Communicative Language Teaching Method in Teaching the Kazakh Language to Russian-Speaking Technical Students in Kazakhstan]. Vysshee obrazovanie v Rossii = Higher Education in Russia. Vol. 27. No. 8/9, pp. 152-158. (In Russ., abstract in Eng.)
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The paper was submitted 26.06.18

Accepted for publication 15.07.18

Seminars. Conferences
The 15th Anniversary of the Seminar on the History of Higher School in St. Petersburg
Tatiana V. Kostina Cand. Sci. (History), Senior Researcher, e-mail: tanyabizyaeva@yandex.ru
St. Petersburg Branch of the Archive of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Address: 1, Universitetskaya nab., St. Petersburg, 199034, Russian Federation
Abstract. University teachers in Russia have a period of increasing pedagogical and paper load. In this situation it is important to offer an environment, preserving and developing their research skills, providing a possibility of discussing their results in an audience of expert and concerned colleagues. A thematic seminar as a form of such environment in many respects has advantages over conferences, with their strict rules of reports and discussions. The seminar on the history of higher school in St. Petersburg for 15 years has been an informal platform for reports and discussions on the history of higher education not only in St. Petersburg, but also in the territories of the former Russian Empire and the Soviet Union. Reports, presented at the interdisciplinary seminar, deal with the educational policy, the history of educational institutions, the methodology of studying the history of higher education, the study of archival collections of educational institutions, etc. Over the past five year 18 sessions have been held, 4 of them – in the form of problematic round tables; overall 30 reports were presented.

Keywords: history of higher education, history of universities, round table, Russian Empire, thematic seminar, round table discussions

Cite as: Kostina, T.V. (2018). [The 15th Anniversary of the Seminar on the History of Higher School in St. Petersburg]. Vysshee obrazovanie v Rossii = Higher Education in Russia. Vol. 27. No. 8/9, pp. 159-168 (In Russ., abstract in Eng.)

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The paper was submitted 07.07.18

Accepted for publication 17.07.18
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