Main Article Content
communication, foreign language education, university graduates
Purpose: The article analyzes the english language in a professional communication environment of Kazakhstani university graduates.
Methodology: The author of the article used such research methods as theoretical analysis and synthesis of foreign scientific literature on pedagogy, methods of teaching foreign languages, empirical methods of pedagogical observation, questionnaire survey, statistical processing of received data.
Result: Each specialist with higher education should be able to speak a foreign language and to communicate in any professionally significant situations and areas of communication. Today communicative competence is considered as an obligatory component of professional skills of specialists not only humanitarian but also technical profile. It is the communicative competence that helps a University graduate being in constant communication with other people, organizing and directing their activities, to fully realize their professional goals.
Applications: This research can be used for the universities, teachers and education students.
Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of the english language in a professional communication environment of Kazakhstani university graduates is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.
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