Science Наадам 2023 ЭШХ-ын "Тогтвортой хөгжлийн зорилт, түүний асуудлууд" салбар хуралдаанд Яриа таних системүүд хэрэглэгчдийг ярианы хэв маяг, онцлогийг бүрэн хамруулж чадаж байгаа эсэх болон хэрэглэгчийн сэтгэл ханамжийн тал дээр хийсэн бичил судалгаагаар зарим хэрэгсэл нь Англи хэл суралцагчдын яриаг тэгш хамруулан чадаж байгаа эсэхийг судлав.
Abstract: The paper outlines the concepts of multimodality and digital literacies which are proved useful in the investigation of the literacy practices associated with and mediated by digital technologies. In addition, a number of critical perspectives related to digital inequality have been discussed. Digital literacy has been attributed to a variety of distinctive characteristics, such as critical thinking, the ability to master multiple discourses, and reflection of people’s identities, facilitating learning and social participation, according to the research works studied as part of this implication.
In responding to neoliberal globalization, the importance of English language education has been strongly emphasized in many Asian countries, including Mongolia, during the past several decades. Despite the nationwide prioritization of English language education in Mongolia, little research has examined the experiences and challenges of English teachers in teaching English as a compulsory subject in Mongolian secondary schools. This study aims to address this gap by exploring teachers’ perceptions of teaching English and the challenges they encounter, by interviewing forty-three private and public-school teachers. The findings indicate that although teachers had positive attitudes about the nationwide emphasis on English education, they also have experienced a variety of challenges, including workload, lack of professional development and support, lack of shared vision and supportive leadership, and other tensions related to low pay and the social status of schoolteachers in that country. Furthermore, the study recommends that the Mongolian government must create initiatives to reduce educational inequality associated with access to quality English language education, for instance, by increasing funding for public schools, raising awareness of teachers about their importance for the future of the country, and improving the quality of pre-service and in-service teacher education.
English has been increasingly used for global communication purposes, and educational systems in many countries have responded by prioritizing English language education over teaching and learning of other foreign languages. In Mongolia, the growing popularity of English resulted in the nationwide programmes on English Language Education that required skilled English language teachers to engage students in meaningful language learning opportunities. To date, no empirical studies on the impact of the new English language curriculum on Mongolian secondary teachers’ beliefs and practices have been reported in the literature. This study aims to address this gap by exploring secondary school teachers’ perceptions about the successes and challenges of teaching a global language in a local context. The findings suggest that Mongolian public school teachers face multiple challenges, including frequent curriculum and textbook changes, large class sizes, inadequate facilities and insufficient resources. At the same time, the findings of this study shed light on positive developments in the field of secondary EFL teaching in Mongolia. It is hoped that this study will inform policymakers and other stakeholders about on-the-ground understandings and implementation of educational reforms, as well as provide English teachers in similar contexts with strategies required to maintain effective EFL teaching practices.
Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) has been considered as important for an effective language teaching approach, the aim of which is to provide learners with the mastery of vocabulary and communication skills in the target language. As the appropriateness of the CLT in different educational and sociocultural contexts needs to be investigated, this paper discusses the views of ten pre-service English teachers who completed their 12-week teaching practicum in the secondary schools in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia about the communicative approach to teaching English. The findings indicate that English teachers should use context-based teaching methodology, adapting CLT for the Mongolian context, and the materials from different sources with different perspectives to promote effective language teaching.
The presentation is about how English language education has been changed due to the globalization and new technologies drawing on the review of some articles and documents about English language education. It also briefly discusses the realities in some public schools in the digital age.
Поскольку глобализация требует от преподавателей английского языка развивать навыки «критического мышления» учащихся, преподавателям необходимо научиться применять концепцию критической грамотности на практике. Эта статья представляет собой краткое обсуждение критической грамотности и предоставляет монгольским преподавателям английского языка некоторые практические решения для развития этих навыков на примере использования сказок для прочтения на своих занятиях в целях научить студентов читать и писать критически.