Didactic Bases of Turkic Language Teaching Method as a Foreign Language

Gulnara Rasikhovna Shakirova, Firaz Fakhrazovich Kharisov, Askarbek Kabykenovish Kusainov


The article is devoted to disclosing the didactic foundations of Turkic language teaching methodology as non-native languages by the example of one of the developed languages - the Tatar language, which, according to UNESCO, is one of the easily acquired languages of the world. The new generation of federal state educational standards sets new requirements for the educational community, namely, implementing a system-activity approach during the educational process organization in public education organizations, which provides for the development of universal educational actions for students. It was established that the proposed didactic principles would contribute to the solution of these problems. During the study, we have proved the effectiveness of their use in conjunction with innovative technologies and teaching aids. However, the final result of the work of a teacher and a student will always depend on the skillful organization of the educational process, on the choice of effective teaching methods and techniques, i.e., the way teachers and students interact, directing their actions to particular problem solution (especially at primary school). At the same time, they concluded that students' communicative abilities would be much higher if teachers take our recommendations into service.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijhe.v9n8p24


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