Ways to develop the language competence of future speech pathologists in the context of bilingualism

  • ZHUBATYROVA Botagoz Tanzharbayevna - PhD student of the specialty 6D010500-Defectology of Abai Kazakh national pedagogical University, Almaty/Kazakhstan, e-mail: botagoz.alga@mail.ru




This article discusses the ways of teaching students in the chosen specialty in two languages. It is a natural phenomenon to demand from the branches of science research that meets the socio-social demand of its time. This also applies to the problem of developing the language competence of future speech pathologists in the context of bilingualism, which is the core of research work. The rapid development of the country's economy and the international cultural sphere also places a lot of demands on future specialists preparing for the labor market. For the education of a versatile personality of teenagers with deep knowledge, the future specialist must also be a professionally competent specialist himself. It is noted that one of the indicators is a specialist who speaks several languages. The article analyzes the concepts of «teaching method», «active teaching methods» and «methods of active socio-psychological training». The paper notes the importance of studying the teachings on the bilingual competence of students in the context of globalization. This article it is noted that the goal is to develop the language competence of future specialists, achieved by using knowledge about the system of language and speech, the development of communicative and cognitive skills and speech-language skills to solve problems in professional activities. The approach to the study of the Kazakh and Russian languages on a professional-oriented basis is considered as a means of mastering the chosen specialty.

Keywords. Competence, language competence, bilingualism, teaching methods, techniques, types of speech activity.