The relevance of an object is determined in accordance with the Language Policy and Planning in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The ratio of such factors as the geopolitical situation and needs analysis on the general emotional background characterizes not only the specifics of the language situation in the country but also becomes the object of political, socio-linguistic and cultural studies. Kazakhstan's choice of language of communication and instruction, as well as an analysis of each personal motivation to study the state language, taking into account the problems and their solutions, it possible to obtain representative data. Implementation of the State program for 2011 - 2020 years has laid the foundation for solutions these problems. Such as the expansion of the infrastructure of teaching the state language, the development of methodological basis of language training with the introduction of new, innovative and information technologies. Today, professionally oriented training in the Kazakh language involves contemporary styling in the relevant standards and model programs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the definition of the components and adapted approach to the study of international experience. Not enough emphasis on the development professional vocabulary. Particular attention should focus on the acquiring of skills of professional competence through the prism of language communication, verbal skills, and result-oriented presentation. The components of a professionally oriented education should become a point of support of language competence. Studying the world experience, there is a need for an analysis of language education at the intersection of a linguistic, pedagogical and andragogic model. In this context, we examine the experience of teaching the language of the material, taking into account the following principles: a participatory and self-education, organizing and updating the results and selectivity and consumption.
|Title of host publication||Kazakh Language for Specific Purpose: goals and teaching methods|
|Place of Publication||National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages (NCOLCTL)|
|Publication status||Published - Apr 23 2017|