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Research in teaching communication based on project technology in different stages of professionalization

Nurlan Baltabayev – Nurgul Toxanbayeva – Ilyas Yessengabylov – Aiymgul Akhmetova – Sonayim Karatayeva

DOI: 10.18355/XL.2023.16.02.21

DOI: 10.18355/XL.2023.16.02.21

The reform of education and the introduction of new pedagogical technologies into the practice of teaching should be considered as the most important conditions for the student's intellectual, creative and moral development. The development becomes the key word of the pedagogical process, the essential, deep concept of learning.
The article highlights one of the modern methods of teaching a foreign language, the project method. The methodology presents a typology of projects that distinguishes projects by type of activity, by the principle of the subject-content area of the project, by the nature of coordination, by the nature of contacts, by the number of participants, and by the duration of the event. The project method allows you to create a research-creative atmosphere in a foreign language lesson, where each student is involved in an active cognitive process based on the methodology of cooperation.
By the project method, we mean a comprehensive teaching method that enables students to exercise independence in planning, organizing and controlling their activities. This method provides personality-oriented education, making it possible to study the practice of life through a foreign language in a real information space.
This article presents the main requirements and recommendations for the organization of project work and the advantages and disadvantages of the method that must be considered in the educational process. This article considers the project method as one of the most effective methods of teaching a foreign language since it contributes to developing various abilities, skills, and general educational and professional competencies that are significant for a modern specialist.

Key words: project method, typology, role-playing, projects

Pages: 286-297

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