On December 8, 2021, an orientation conference on pedagogical practice was held for 3.4 year students of the specialties “Russian language and literature”, “Russian language and literature in schools with a non-Russian language of instruction.”
Practice leaders Auelbekova B.A., Rysdauletova B.T., Seralieva N.Zh. acquainted students with the goals and objectives, the program of practice, the main types of reporting documentation.
A distinctive feature of preparing students for the upcoming practice was that this academic year, at the invitation of the university leadership, in the 3rd year, practical classes on the methodology of teaching the Russian language and the methodology of teaching Russian literature were conducted by the employers themselves. Director of secondary school No. 12 Taldykorgan Andriyanova T.N. and the deputy director for teaching and educational work of the NIS in Taldykorgan, S.B. Mamleeva, sparing no effort and time, shared their knowledge and accumulated experience with future teachers. Also in this academic year, an agreement was signed to open a branch of the EP for the training of philologists for the specialties “Russian language and literature”, “Russian language and literature in schools with a non-Russian language of instruction” on the basis of secondary school No. 12 in Taldykorgan.
The distribution of students to schools in the city and region was carried out. It is very important that students take their first practice in the best schools in the city, under the guidance of experienced mentors. Accordingly, the students of the 3rd year chose the basis for the internship at secondary school № 12 and NIS in Taldykorgan.
4th year students chose secondary school №14, where they successfully completed their 3rd year internship under the guidance of Elena Vyacheslavovna Somova. Students working in their specialty will have an internship at their place of work. They are I. Episheva (secondary school No. 5), Latifova S. (secondary school No. 10), I. Nysanbaeva (secondary school No. 9). The conference was lively and interesting.
The graduate students shared with the third-year students their little experience and difficulties from last year’s practice, which took place in the conditions of distance learning for schoolchildren, and wished them success.