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Martha C. Merrill
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DESIGNING A SYLLABUS USING BACKWARD DESIGN: INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS
This presentation will explain backward design: starting with the learning outcomes, then planning assignments that give students the competencies needed to reach outcomes.

Ziash Suleimenova

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INCREASING KIMEP UNIVERSITY STUDENT LEARNING THROUGH EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK
This study focused on identifying the key components of effective feedback and feedbacks relationship to kimep university student learning. Two types of feedback were analyzed, descriptive and evaluative, to find the ways to increase student learning at the language centre in kimep.

Aisulu Medeuova, Gulnara Kassymova

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPING THE STUDENTS SOCIOCULTURAL COMPETENCE IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Nowadays, a great attention is given to sociocultural competence in teaching a foreign Language, which becomes a requirement for the appropriate use of a foreign language in Specific social and cultural situations.



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LANGUAGE TEACHING EXPERIENCE BETWEEN FUNCTIONAL MORPHOLOGY AND METHODOLOGY
The topicality of continuous improvement of the process of language learning, on the one hand, is connected with the latest achievements in linguistics, as well as innovations that are being introduced at the signs of our time in the field of methodology.



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PEDAGOGICAL ASPECTS OF INFORMATION LITERACY
Throughout history, in different cultural contexts, the term literacy has acquired different meanings. In the traditional sense, it means the ability to read, write and count.

Saida Abdulayeva
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PROBLEMS OF FLUENCY DEVELOPMENT AT INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
The article deals with the issue of communicative competence and fluency in particular. Different approaches are popular in teaching practice. Structural approach combined with graded communicative activities is one of the most effective methods. The article also presetns the analysis of English course books adapted for Kazakhstan schools.

Saule Abdygapparova
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TEACHING INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION FOR ENHANCING FOREIGN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND PERFORMANCE
The paper deals with teaching an intercultural communication course to English as Foreign Language students. Intercultural competence models and approaches to developing intercultural communication skills are considered. Course learning outcomes, structure, content, teaching methodology, self-study assignments, assessment tools and criteria as well as student reflections are discussed.

Joseph Luke, Yelena Grebennikova-Howe

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TEAM-TEACHING OF LAW AND ENGLISH AT A TERTIARY LEVEL
The paper analyzes team-teaching of law and English at a tertiary level.

Alida Maksut
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ERROR ANALYSIS OF WRITTEN ENGLISH ESSAYS: THE CASE OF KAZAKH STUDENTS STUDYING IN THE UK
The paper attempts to explore common mistakes and errors Kazakh students commit in their writing. Ten papers of Kazakh students were collected for error analysis, which were identified and classified based on Corders (1974) stage of error analysis and Elliss (1997) classification of errors.

Yujel Ozyashar, Naji Yildiz, Enes Kurtay Chig

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THE IMPORTANCE OF LANGUAGE PRACTICE IN TEACHING
In this study, we examine how more fun within the framework of club activities and active way in language teaching can motivate the students, facing problems in foreign language learning. We prepare the working language-cards dealing with which students are released from the position of passive learning into active one to set up a learning center in full.

Lyudmila Smirnova
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PREPARING KAZAKHSTANI STUDENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE TESTS: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
While taking international language tests Kazakhstani students experience common problems caused by unawareness of the test format and the types of test tasks, scarce knowledge of skills and strategies necessary to perform these tasks, limited vocabulary, and difficulty in meeting time constraints. The paper tackles these areas of difficulty and offers the possible ways to cope with them.

Saule Yeshengazina

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CHALLENGES OF TEACHING THE MARITIME ENGLISH TO KAZAKHSTANI CADETS
The article addresses current challenges of teaching Maritime English in Kazakhstan, such as lack of Maritime English teachers and Maritime English program, as well as no prior experience of teaching this language in Kazakhstan. The author identifies the practical solutions implemented successfully through cross-cultural cooperation between the local and international specialists.



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DEALING WITH COMPLEXITY IN TEACHING ENGLISH GRAMMAR ON THE BASIS OF INTERACTIVE TECHNEQUES APPLICATION
In this article, the author raises the question of teaching the English language in an interactivelearning environment as the most modern innovative method. The author opens essence, attributes, properties and possibilities of the method of interactive learning as an effective way to learn a language.


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CONTENT AND STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF THE SUBJECT ACADEMIC KAZAKH (1) ON THE BASIS OF THE EUROPEAN CEFR STANDARD: BASED ON EXPERIENCE OF THE KAZAKH-BRITISH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
This article gives an overview of a new level program to teaching Kazakh based on the European standards implemented in Kazakh-British Technical University and also describes the content and the structure of the subject Academic Kazakh (B1) developed within this program.

Shynar Auelbekova
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THE IMPORTANCE OF TEACHING TURKISH THROUGH THE WEB PLATFORM
This article will try to explain the importance of the Web platform in teaching Turkish as a foreign language. Technology development greatly affects the education. Modern innovations in technology are creating new branches of development in this direction.

Yana Doronina
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ACTIVITIES TO TEACH ACADEMIC WRITING WITH FOCUS ON CRITICAL THINKING
This article will address the issue of improving students performance in academic writing by stimulating their critical thinking and involving them into active practice with the use of collective writing activities.

Yelena Babeshko

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EFL STUDENTS PERCEPTIONS OF DIFFICULTIES IN EAP WRITING COURSE
The purpose of this qualitative study is to examine the perceptions of first year students difficulties in academic writing, and the nature of these difficulties. In order to identify this, a sample of 16 undergraduate students who took a summer English for Academic Purposes (EAP) writing course participated in the research.

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