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Teaching meteorological lexis on the basis of national language corpora

Ongarbayeva Meruyert – Tayeva Roza – Valiyeva Alma – Mirzabayeva Zhamila – Sadykova Roza

DOI: 10.18355/XL.2024.17.02.13

This work aims to research methods of teaching meteorological vocabulary and metaphors on meteorology using corpora of national languages. The main focus is on how corpus data can be integrated into the learning process to effectively master complex meteorological terms and expressions. The study examines various techniques and approaches to using corpora, including frequency analysis, contextual learning, and comparison with multimedia materials. The method of teaching a foreign language is based on the cognitive principle of teaching.
The study of the composition of lexical units is based on the understanding and use of thinking and action means that it must be based. At the present time, the importance and relevance of the method in teaching vocabulary is explained by the assimilation of language as a means of thinking through this method.
The success of the implementation of this approach in teaching vocabulary depends on the intellectual ability that students use to understand, remember and use knowledge about the lexical system of the language provided by a set of methods and efforts, as well as their lexical good mastery of the material.
Currently, the need to master the skills and abilities of oral language communication for personal and professional purposes is a generally recognized fact. In accordance with the decision of the Bologna Convention, the priority task is to ensure multi-level training of specialists, including the formation of intercultural communicative competence in students, optimizing the effectiveness of contacts in a specific area and communication situation and achieving certain communication purposes.

Key words: teaching, meteorological, lexis, the basis, national, language, corpora

Pages: 190-199

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