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Training of teachers in teaching English and French languages in continuing professional education

Aygul Spatay – Madina Baibekova – Rabiga Ismanova – Myrzakhan Alimbayev – Shavkat Rakhimkulov

DOI: 10.18355/XL.2020.13.01.24

This research paper discusses the issue of training of teachers in teaching English and French languages in continuing professional education enhancement model. Firstly, we review the problem of training of teachers in teaching the English and French languages in continuing professional education in science in general and provide the literature review. Next, we show the training of teachers who teach the language in continuing professional education competence enhancement models as a part of an enhanced teaching process. This investigation represents the model of the TTTFL process with its necessary components applied to language teaching. Consideration of modeling aspects requires the TTTFL denotation study, within the framework of language methodology science. Our research is significant not only as a contribution to the language teaching policy in Kazakhstan but also abroad. It demonstrates that the TTTFL development process helps to improve the teaching process and makes the system work properly.
In recent years, in line with the communicative and especially the competence approach, the problem of enhancement of communicative competence TTTFL developed "as a mandatory competency component of professional development of a modern specialist" in different branches of science: philosophy, sociology, psychology, pedagogy, cultural studies, economics, ethics. Such a multifaceted study of the phenomenon of TTTFL is determined by the dynamics of social life, to find the real needs of today's ideological orientation and the necessity of its formation in the learning process. As there is an urgent need to train specialists in TTTFL in a foreign language in the framework of school activities, and since this area appears to be theoretically and practically underdeveloped, our research aspires to fill this need.

Key words: continuing professional education, communicative, competence, modeling, English language teaching

Pages: 334 -344

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