SHS Web Conf.
Volume 134, 202214th Session of Euro-Asian Law Congress “The value of law” 2021
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||09 February 2022|
Development of English speaking skills in bilingual students by teaching in cooperation
North-Eastern Federal University, 48 Kulakovsky st., Yakutsk, 677013, Russian Federation
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This article examines the development of oral English-speaking speech in bilingual students and teaching conditions. Conditions in the labor market require changes in the education system. Employers expect graduates to have skills such as teamwork, stress tolerance, sociability, multitasking, and empathy. There are strict requirements for professional training, including fluency in English. It is necessary to develop basic skills of English speaking and focus on spoken language, while attracting interactive teaching methods in cooperation. This becomes a daunting task for English teachers, given that the majority of students are bilingual. For the development of English-speaking oral speech among bilingual students, such interactive pedagogical technologies as: collaborative learning, case methods, project method, role-playing and business games, debates were applied and tested, and ways of their effective use in the conditions of the university were substantiated. As it can be noted, students develop oral speech in English, as well as business skills of joint cooperation.
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