Updated forms of conducting classes with native speakers

Using non-standard forms of teaching, which is a binary lesson, of two teachers from the Department of Theory and Practice of Foreign Languages ​​of the Faculty of Philology ENU named after L.N. Gumilyov, Ph.D., Acting Professor Zhusupova R.F. and Kebir Mohammed Jemal became commonplace during the second semester of 2020, for undergraduates of the M019-2 group of the specialty “Foreign Language: 2 foreign languages” in the discipline “Innovative Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages”. Being one of the forms of implementing cross-cultural and background knowledge, the binary lesson aims to create conditions for motivated practical application of knowledge, skills and abilities, gives students the opportunity to see the results of their work and get joy from it, where intersubject communications are integrated, and helps to improve knowledge of a foreign language.



Surprisingly, the interaction of two teachers in such lessons develops into a creative process for students. Indeed, when studying the problem at the junction of two, or even several sciences, the world around us becomes more understandable, and this is always interesting. And although binary lessons are sometimes difficult to dock with the curriculum and require more time to prepare, it is such a lesson that gives each teacher the opportunity to see the results of their work, get joy and satisfaction from him, integrating knowledge and experience. A binary lesson contributes to a deeper and better assimilation of educational material in comparison with traditional forms. Binary lessons help undergraduates take a fresh look at theoretical training and realize that their study is necessary for better mastery of the profession, since undergraduates are given the opportunity to see how theoretical knowledge is applied in practice. Such lessons are clear in summarizing the topic.