The Formation of Intercultural Communicative Competence of Future Teachers in a Trilingual Educational Environment

Sandugash Tleubay, Gulmira Nurzhanova, Saltanat Ybyshova, Saltanat Abdigulova, Aksaule Mankesh, Toktar Kerimbekov, Abylaikhan Ualikhanuly


This study was conducted on the junction of Cultural Linguistics, Methodology and Pedagogy. As the issue of foreign language teaching by implying cognitive lingua-cultural aspects and competence based approach in the formation of intercultural communicative competence for the requirements of the globalizing world is relatively new, the topic can be characterized by a high level of availability. This paper provides an overview of the aspects to foreign language teaching in the formation of intercultural communicative competence and it investigates the following areas: the place and importance of gaining Intercultural communicative competence in foreign language teaching to overcome misbehavior, misunderstanding arising from the cultural and mentality diversity of the people from different lingua-cultural background for cross-cultural and intercultural interaction and communication; contribution to development of cultural based exercises and activities for the aim of intercultural communicative development according to European Union Competence reference.


education, history, skill, attitude, awareness, trilingual education, linguistics.

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