In order to form a new healthy, active, generation of young people that are in demand in the modern world, an open lesson was organized among 2nd year students studying in the following specialties: Foreign Philology, Translation Studies in the subject “Basic Foreign Language in the Context of Cultural Communication”, Department of Turksoy, The Faculty of Oriental Studies. During the open lesson, a discussion was held on the topic “We and Fashion” with the aim of identifying and encouraging the best students.
The purpose of the open lesson: to identify talented young people with a culture of speech, planning, to teach the culture of public speaking through creative work; to increase the level of discussion and critical thinking between students; Responsibilities and cognitive abilities of students through various debates. To develop the ability of students to communicate in different spheres of life, the culture of speech, to develop skills to freely express their opinions in Turkish.
The Department of Turksoi, as part of an open lesson, held a debate on the topic "Fashion and Me." The two teams discussed topics such as Fashion and Medicine, Fashion and Health, Fashion and Beauty.
Debate today is regarded as one of the most effective methods of teaching a foreign language. This technique not only embraces and involves a larger number of participants in the work, but it is not less important that it instill the ability to work in a team.
Our participants demonstrated a deep knowledge and understanding of the topic discussed, and pleased everyone with a confident knowledge of the Turkish language. Teachers and mentors really enjoyed the heated debates and the level of language proficiency. At the end of the debate, the participants were awarded well-deserved prizes.
By the end of the final round, all participants got well- deserved prizes.
Special thanks to our honored guests-Dean of the faculty of Oriental studies Y. M. Paltore, head of the Department Y. T. Kydyrbayeva, Deputy for educational part Montanay E. A., Shadkam Z., Zhanatayeva K.B., Temenova G.K., Iliyas N.K., Baloglu Selenay, Kabadayi Jeren.
This lesson is a great opportunity to see a tense debate in a “healthy” atmosphere of competition. Participants were able to practice all the stages of the debate process, such as stating approval, denial, and a round of crosscutting issues.