Philology

Literature is a mirror of a nation, its reflection, its soul and heart. Literature is an essential part of our daily life. Literature is a term used to describe written or spoken material.
2011

In this article author tackles about the relationship between language, human, thought and environment first. Then he mentions about the relationship between culture, language and environment
2018

The purpose of modern education is the formation of an individual possessing comprehensive knowledge, new outlook on the future, and creative thinking. The formation cognitive competence of the students, their desire to strengthen their independence is the basic requirement for the improvement of the level of teacher’s educational activity in a com­ prehensively new direction. This article is dedicated to the methods of developing students’ cognitive skills, as well as the ways of improving the educational process at lessons of Kazakh language. Moreover, a special attention should be paid to the use of innovative technologies in the edu­ cational process in order to achieve good results in activation of cognitive activity of the students. As teaching is a special type of cognitive activity, works carried out in this direction is dedicated to the development of the competences of the students.
2017

This publication offers a different approach to the uses of learning technologies in the language classroom.Using of ICT in the learning pro­ cess makes it possible to activate the cognitive, mental and independent activity of the students , to intensify the learning process . The main task of teaching foreign languages (FL) is forming and devel­ oping communicative culture of students, teaching practical using foreign languages.Nowadays, the introduction of the personal computer, multime­ dia technology and global information network Internet affects the educa­ tion system, causing significant changes in the content and methods of teaching foreign languages.
2017

Language is most generally, a systematic way of communication. Language can be linguistic (verbal communication), extra-linguistic (“body language” or sign language), but regardless, both implicitly and explicitly, language is and must be systematic in order to be distinguished from the articulation of random morphemes and/or gesticulations
2012
“Let’s Get on the Same Page”: Clarifying Language Policy Discussions

As the process of globalization involves drastic transformations of economies and societies as a whole, its impact on culture and language must not be underestimated as it can be traced in every aspect of life. To analyse better whether or not the increasinguse of English is detri­ mental to Kazakh language and culture in the long run, a further and de­ tailed research needs to be conducted on the extent of the use of English in Kazakh society and its effects on Kazakh educational system and culture. In the process of globalization Language borrowings are a clear evidence of linguistic dominance of one language over others; Borrowing has been defined as the introduction of phonological, morphological, lexical, and syntactic items from one language or into another. Also, having noted that the spread of English is an indication of glo­ balization process, the analysis of who supports and who opposes to the spread of English in culture in general and in education in specific, one can draw some conclusions who supports and who rejects globalization.
2017

The communicative behavior research gained importance in Kazakhstani linguistics in the first decade of the XXI century. Interest towards the national history, customs and traditions was triggered by intensification of selfconscience of Kazakh people and expanding international relations within and outside the country.
2018