The main results of research on the CLIL project in Taraz State Pedagogical University
The gradual transition of the national education system of the Republic of Kazakhstan to a trilingual model has led to the development of methodical and methodological approaches to the effective teaching of subjects of natural science in English. In turn, the use of a foreign language as a means of developing intercultural communication amongst students requires studying the existing global and regional experience in this field. This article presents a case study on the use of the CLIL (Content language integrated learning) method in Taraz State Pedagogical University in the process of teaching a school course in physics. The paper describes the results of an analytical review of international experience in training teachers, in the framework of the Content language integrated learning CLIL, directly studied the experience of Germany and Latvia, conducted sociological surveys among subject teachers in a number of schools in the Zhambyl region analyzed, presented the structure and content of the developed comprehensive curriculum for advanced training courses for physics teachers of secondary school, presented developed educational and didactic materials “Activity books” in the school course of physics, and based on the results of the study, the developed guidelines for subject teachers on how to optimize the teaching of subjects in English are presented.
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