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CHALLENGES TO IMPLEMENTING ENGLISH MEDIUM INSTRUCTION IN KAZAKHSTANI UNIVERSITIES
This paper discusses challenges regarding teachers, students, and resources in implementing new requirements for university English medium instruction (EMI) in Kazakhstan based on the experience of faculty and administrators in the Language Department at one longstanding EMI university.

Aida Beder

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PROBLEMS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING IN MIXED LEVEL CLASSES
The article considers the problems and solutions of teaching a foreign language in mixed level classes.

Dawn Merrill Kilic
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WRITING ABOUT FOLKLORE: FOLKLORE IN THE EFL ENGLISH LITERATURE CLASSROOM
This paper examines a case study done on the use of folklore in the English language classroom to guide students in paraphrasing and summarizing in preparation for their course paper research writing assignments.

Marina Pashinina

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INDEPENDENT WORK OF STUDENTS IN THE ELT METHODOLOGY COURSE
The assignments designed for independent study in the ELT Methodology course could become a sufficient complement in establishing habits and patterns important for the future teachers professional growth. The paper discusses the rationale behind independent work of students in this course and presents different types of in-class and out-of-class tasks, providing examples of those from the authors experience.

Arailym Adil, Almazhay Sabidulla
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THE IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY LANGUAGE POLICY IN TRILINGUAL EDUCATION POLICY IN KAZAKHSTAN
This comparative case study assesses family language policies in two Kazakhstani families: one mono-ethnic Kazakh family and one mixed-ethnic international family. It highlights factors that affect family language policies in Kazakhstan. The authors suggest an interactive tool that would improve a government trilingual policy through active participation of families.

Assem Alimbetova, Davran Gaipov

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EXPLORING THE CURRICULUM OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AT PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN KAZAKHSTAN
The paper deals with the study of sources on curriculum of English language at (bi) multilingual primary schools in specific multilingual countries and analyzes the curriculum of trilingual primary schools in Kazakhstan with the aim of examining the curriculum of the English language program, in particular.


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IMPROVEMENT OF STUDENTS KNOWLEDGE QUALITY BY USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
This article shows the importance of information technologies in order to improve the knowledge quality of technical university students. The purpose of this article is to examine how the quality of the technical specialist can be improved by using information technologies. This paper claims that using computer technology enhances the knowledge quality of the specialist.

Hacer Dogan
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EFFECTIVENESS OF OUTER CONTENT OF TEXT BOOKS FOR THE FIRST YEAR SCHOOL STUDENTS
This article analyzes the effectiveness of outer content of text books for the first year school students in Kyrgyzstan.

Janagul Turumbetova, Emel Karatav

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USE OF FOLK SONGS AND POEMS IN TEACHING TURKISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
In the 21st century, multilingualism and multiculturalism is gaining importance in Kazakhstan, citizens speak several languages. The government considers language policy as one of state priorities. The Turkish language and culture are one of the most popular areas for learning in Kazakhstan. This article examines the ways and methods of integrating folk songs and poems in teaching Turkish in Kazakhstani schools.



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CONSTRUCTION OF AESTHETIC CULTURE OF STUDENTS VIA MODERN KAZAKH POETRY
The social, political and cultural changes that took place in the society following Kazakhstans gaining independence have generously inspired the Kazakh poetry. These artistic and aesthetic tastes, values, ideals, human relationships, love, nature, human qualities are reflected in poetry. Aesthetics and its role in upbringing teach the importance of human life and always cause debate among scientists.



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MODERN METHODS OF TEACHING KAZAKH IN NON-LINGUISTIC AUDIENCE
The material of the article is devoted to the modern methods of teaching foreign languages. The article carries material about the advantages and perspectives of using of described technologies in the process of learning in Higher Educational Institutes. These technologies may be considered as the alternative means of evaluation of students results in their academic activities and personal development.

Tahmina Mamedova

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USING COMMUNICATIVE ACTIVITIES FOR GRAMMAR REINFORCEMENT IN THE EFL CLASSROOM
The paper discusses the effectiveness of communicative activities in teaching grammar in the EFL classroom, types of games and activities that can be used in teaching grammar in order to enhance students procedural knowledge of this aspect.



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USE OF COGNITIVE TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING KAZAKH
The paper deals with the use of cognitive technology in teaching Kazakh.

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CREATIVE METHODS OF TEACHING LITERARY WORKS
This article focuses on creative methods of teaching literary works.

Asel Satybaldiyeva
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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS OF KYRGYZSTAN AND MALAYSIA: THE SIMILARITY AND THE DIFFERENCES
In this paper, a comparative analysis was made on the educational systems of two Asian countries like Kyrgyzstan and Malaysia. Although these two countries are both Asian, the system of education varies from each other in a broad manner.

Orhan Elbay
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THE ANALYSIS CRITERIA OF COURSE BOOKS AIMED FOR FORMAL AND INFORMAL EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS UNDER MINISTRY OF NATIONAL EDUCATION OF REPUBLIC OF TURKEY
The purpose of the research is to identify the basic criteria for assessment in research of course books that are used in formal and informal education institutions under the Ministry of National Education of the Republic of Turkey. The writer has defined the aims and goals, and formed the pedagogical model.



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INTERACTIVE METHODS OF TEACHING KYRGYZSTAN STUDIES
The article deals with the application of active methods and educating techniques in teaching Kyrgyzstan Studies classes. The research tries to prove the necessity of conducting the classes using interactive activities.



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NECESSITY AND RESPONSIBILITY OF USING BOLOGNA PROCESS AND CREDIT TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION SYSTEM
The article touches upon the issuing of necessity and responsibility of using credit technology in education system.



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CONTINUING EDUCATION AS A CONDITION OF MODERN SOCIETY
Globalization penetrates all spheres of public life, including education. It changes fundamentally the system of staff training. Under these conditions, the great importance is given to continuing education.

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