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Accepted Paper:

ACADEMIC TEACHING OF THE KAZAKH LANGUAGE: READING, WRITING, LISTENING, SPEAKING   
Bakyt Akbuzauova (Nazarbayev University) Kulyan Kopesh (Nazarbaev University) Samal Abzhanova (Nazarbayev University)

Abstract:

In language acquisition, mastering reading, listening, writing, and pronunciation is pivotal for effective communication. Each skill targets communicative competence, with distinct teaching methods. A lesson integrating these skills facilitates functional literacy and grammatical understanding. Correct usage of literary norms and thematic vocabulary enriches learners' language proficiency.

In teaching Kazakh, fostering communicative abilities is paramount. This involves mastering speech activities and creating tailored educational materials. Meeting various linguistic conditions, cultural nuances, and speech etiquette is essential. Adopting a service-oriented approach prioritizes learners' language proficiency levels.

Our presentation outlines experiences from 'Academic Kazakh Language' courses, emphasizing scientific style development across all four skills. As these courses prepare students for advanced Kazakh studies, proficiency in journalistic, scientific, and conversational contexts is emphasized.

Though interconnected, each skill demands individual focus within a structured learning framework. Tasks are organized to scaffold complexity and relate to thematic content. Through sharing experiences, we aim to engage fellow educators in effective language instruction."

Panel LANG03
Language and Linguistics
  Session 1 Friday 7 June, 2024, -