Implementation of innovative methods in the educational process aimed at humanities disciplines in primary school
Views: 59 / PDF downloads: 98
Keywords:future primary school teacher, PIRLS, reader literacy
The article describes methods by which future primary school teachers in the teaching of humanities will be able to teach students reading literacy.
Radical reforms are being carried out in the field of education in order to enter the top 30 developed countries. In this regard, the school participates in a number of international studies that determine the level of functional literacy of students.
Recent PISA (2020) and PIRLS (2016) studies show that Kazakhstani schoolchildren lag far behind their foreign peers in working with texts. This means that our students have insufficiently developed their reading skills. Since the PIRLS («Progress in International Reading Literacy Research») program is intended for
elementary school students, let’s take a closer look at it. In order to comply with international standards, future primary school teachers must master effective methods of working with text.
Students should be prepared for continuous learning from primary school. Students should be able to sort information, get what they need and improve their knowledge. To do this, it is necessary to improve the professional competence of future teachers.
The authors conducted a study, which showed that the ability of schoolchildren to work with texts has not yet been fully formed.