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Axiological approach as a factor of university curriculum language

Irina Kuznetsova – Gulmira Mukhamejanova – Zhanseit Tuimebayev – Saltanat Myrzaliyeva – Kamar Aldasheva

DOI: 10.18355/XL.2024.17.02.18

In the modern educational space, the emphasis is on axiological approaches to the formation of the content of education as the most important aspect of personal development. This priority manifests in including various axiological vocabularies and value systems in the new federal state educational standards. However, despite the dissemination of such content, there is still no clear interpretation of the fundamental category of axiology, which underlies students' spiritual, moral and social development.The article critically examines the axiological principles that determine the organization of spiritual and moral development and education in the theory and practice of primary language education. Despite the abundance of value terminology and the diversity of value systems set out in educational standards, there remains a need for improved approaches to integrating these principles into language teaching. The article argues that adopting an axiological approach is necessary for the humanization of education and preserving national identity, culture and values within the framework of a renewed pedagogical parade. Slovak, Czech and English are also analyzed in the article as a factor of language reflection through the prism of forming a value view of the native language among students, which contributes to the formation of national identity of the individual and involves teaching languages as a national cultural value. The results of a diagnostic set of questions and tasks emphasizing linguistic and cultural aspects are presented. These elements serve to activate information in the student's mind about precedent phenomena, which are one of the manifestations of mentality.

Key words: system-value foundations, values, sociocultural, environment, student's personality, axiological concepts, axiological approach, the content

Pages: 268-279

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