Program

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF ADYGEA

ADYGHE STATE UNIVERSITY

DEPARTMENT OF ADYGHE PHILOLOGY AND CULTURE

All-Russian Science Festival Nauka 0+

Naukograd -2019

International scientific methodological conference

 (Workshop)

“INNOVATIVE CONCEPTS IN ADYGHE LANGUAGE TEACHING WITHIN A MULTILINGUAL ENVIRONMENT”

Conference Programme

 November, 20-22 2019

Maykop

PROGRAMME

Innovative concepts in Adyghe Language teaching within a multilingual environment

Workshop objectives – to establish an international scientific community of researchers and teachers in order to both develop and promote ground-breaking concepts and methods of  learning Adyghe languages as well as to promote and facilitate educational and factual experience exchange on an input-and-output basis, concerning implementation and approbation of innovative methods in Minority Languages Teaching, specifically Adyghe Languages.

November, 20th, 2019 – Conference participants arrival and check-in.

November, 21st, 2019 – Conference in session

Conference venue: ASU Science Library Conference Hall (2nd floor)

Commencement time: 10 a.m.

November, 22nd, 2019 – Field trip to the foothills of Western Caucasus; conference participants check-out and departure.

 DISCUSSION THEME BLOCKS:

  • Alternative educational projects
  • Native language per artis
  • E-resources and innovations in teaching Adyghe literary languages
  • Approbated experience of teaching Adyghe literary languages

Regulations and Procedures:

Individual presentations/reports – up to15 minutes

Discussion – up to 20 minutes

Workshop schedule:

9-10 a.m. – participants’ registration

10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – workshop in session (presentations and discussions)

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. – coffee-break

2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – workshop in session (presentations and discussions)

5:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. – workshop outcomes and closing ceremony

6:00 p.m. – Khachesch (Traditional gathering) at Zamudin Guchev craftspace (Zamudin Guchev is the Distinguished Artist of the Republic of Adyghea, member of the Union of Russian Artists, Russian Academy of Arts diploma winner).

Workshop Moderator

Nuriet A. Khamerzokova – Cand. Sc. {Philology}, Assistant Professor, Head of the Chair of Adyghe Philology, Dean of Adyghe Philology and Culture Faculty.

Welcome speeches

  1. Anzaur A. Kerashev – Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Adyghea, Doctor of Economics.
  2. Daud K. Mamiy, RectorFSBEI of Higher Education “Adyghe State University” (ASU), Cand.Sc. {Physics and Mathematics}.
  3. Adam Kh. Tleuzh, Dean SBI RA “Tembot M. Kerashev ARIHR”, Design Institute for Adyghe Language Preservation CEO, Doctor of Philosophy.

Presentations and Reports

Alternative educational projects

  1. Zhigunova Lidia Saladinovna (Tulane University). Learning, Playing and Living «Under the Tree»: Alternative Ways of Teaching Circassian Language.
  2. Bella M. Abrokova (city of Nalchik). Gamification methods in teaching Kabardian-Circassian Language Phonetics to children. Studying complex consonants via sound-generating table.
  3. Nuriet A. Khamerzokova, Zarema A. Tseeva, Bela A. Tsey, Nart Ch. Kubov (Maykop).  Adyghe Ethno-linguistic Camp: outcomes and prospects.

Native language per artis

  1. Mariet Sh. Udzhukhu (Maykop). Fluent native speech through acting («Shschygyzhyi» experiment).
  2.  Zamudin L. Guchev (Maykop). Studying native language through traditional Adyghe chanting.
  3.  Mira N. Khachemizova (Düzce University, Turkey). Diverse methodological alternatives of studying Adyghe literature: via creative works of Omer Chetin Gyogyl «Gygye myukhyzh’kher».

E-resources and innovations in teaching Adyghe literary languages

  1. Yuriy A. Lander (NRU «Higher School of Economics», Moscow), Irina G. Bagirokova (Institute of Linguistics, RAS, Moscow). Adyghe corpus and Adyghe Language teaching.
  2. Raisa B. Unarokova (Maykop). Adyghe language e-glossary.
  3. Memet Etydzh (Maykop), Innovative approaches to language teaching in «Active» Language School.
  4. Monika Siegrid Helig (SIL International, Germany). Attitude and motivation as important components of language use.
  5. Reiner Feer (Germany). The peculiarities of studying Adyghe as a foreign language when compared to Russian and English.
  6. Fatima Yu. Djamirze, Elena A. Doludenko (Maykop). Adyghe literary languages teaching in lieu of all-European scale of linguistic competences.

Approbated experience of teaching Adyghe literary languages

  1. Ruzana N. Doleva (Düzce University, Turkey). Templates of Adyghe verbs conjugation for Turkish speakers.
  2. Goshnag Sh. Arslanbai (Ondokuz Mayýs University, Samsun, Turkey). Teaching Adyghe as first language via communicative method.
  3. Hatam Nadjdet (Maykop).  Alphabet and Adyghe language teaching technique.
  4. Radira Evtykh, Imandra Aleschyr (Jordan). Adyghe language teaching in Jordan.
  5. Sana Labay (Israel). Adyghe language as a subject in the Kfar Kama School.
  6. Mira D. Blipashaova, Muslimat I. Bguasheva, (Maykop). Teaching Adyghe language in bilingual mixed age groups (based on courses provided by Adyghe language preservation Project Office.
  7. Marina M. Temzokova (Maykop). Adyghe language teaching experiences.

Panel discussion participants

  1. Acherdan N. Abregov, Doctor of Philology, Full Professor.
  2. Baterbyi M. Bersirov, Doctor of Philology, Full Professor.
  3. Svetlana A. Lyausheva, Doctor of Philosophy, Full Professor.
  4. Suret Kh. Ancheck, Doctor of Philology, Head of Language Department, ARIHR.
  5. Zaineta R. Khachmafova, Doctor of Philology, Head of German Philology Department, ASU.
  6. Faizet I. Kheishkho, Cand. Sc. {Philology}, Assistant Professor, Head of the Chair of Russian Philology of Adyghe Philology and Culture Department, ASU.
  7. Mariet P. Akhidzhakova, Doctor of Philology, Head of General Linguistics Department, ASU.
  8. Zuleikhan K. Bedanokova, Doctor of Philology, Head of Russian Language Department, ASU.
  9. Susana R. Makerova, Doctor of Philology, Head of English Philology Department, ASU.
  10.  Fatima K. Urakova, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Head of Russian Language and Methodology of Teaching Department.
  11.  Hazret Z. Bagirokov, Doctor of Philology, Full Professor.
  12.  Mira Yu. Unarokova, Candidate Sc. {History}, Assistant Professor.
  13.  Mira A. Khachemizova, Cand. Sc. {Philology}, Assistant Professor.
  14. Rima A. Shkhalakhova, Cand. Sc. {Philology}, Assistant Professor.
  15. Nuryat Kh. Khuazheva, Cand. Sc. {Philology}, Assistant Professor.
  16. Zarema K. Kakhuzheva, Cand. Sc. {Pedagogics}, Assistant Professor.
  17. Zareta B. Bguasheva, Cand. Sc. {Philology}, Assistant Professor.
  18. Bella D. Achokh, Cand. Sc. {Philology}, Assistant Professor.
  19. Asyat K. Pshizova, Cand. Sc. {Philology}, Assistant Professor.
  20. Julieta A. Akhmetova, Cand. Sc. {Philology}.
  21. Bela Kh. Lyamova, Cand. Sc. {Philology}.
  22. Elza Kh. Khakunova, Cand. Sc. {Philology}.
  23. Gunes N. Unarokova, (ARCA, Maykop).
  24. Schshamset Sh. Unarokova, (APC, Maykop).

Teachers-practitioners

  1. Susana R. Aitekova (GES № 6, Koshekhablsky district).
  2. Maret A. Bagova (GES №4, Teuchezhsky district).
  3. Valentina I. Belyaeva (GES №1, Giaginsky district).
  4. Mariet V. Blyagoz (GES №1, Adygeysk).
  5. Maret Sh. Guchetl (ARG, Maykop).
  6. Svetlana T. Gish (GES №5, Maykop).
  7. Nagmet N. Gisheva (GES №1, Shovgenovsky district).
  8. Fatima S. Daurova (GES №15, Maykop).
  9. Lyudmila A. Dekuf (GES №7, Takhtamukaysky district).
  10. Marzyat S. Esheva (GES №1, Koshekhablsky district).
  11. Emma I. Kaytmesova (GES №22, Maykop).
  12. Lydia A. Melgosh (ARG, Maykop).
  13. Nuryat Yu. Meretukova (GES №1, Giaginsky district).
  14. Nagmet G. Ozheva (GES №5, Мaykop).
  15. Susana B. Takhahko (GES №6, Teuchezhsky district).
  16. Fatima K. Khachemizova (GES №6, Shovgenovsky district).
  17. Suliet A. Khatkhe (GES №25, Takhtamukaysky district).
  18. Faizet B. Khutova (GES №3, Krasnogvardeysky district).
  19. Fatima M. Khuazheva (GES №9, Krasnogvardeysky district).
  20.  Fatima I. Shaova (GES №6, Shovgenovsky district).
  21. Zamira M. Shumen (GES №4, Teuchezhsky district).
  22. Zarima D. Shkhachemukova (GES №3, Shovgenovsky district).
  23. Zoya A. Yakhutl (GES №2, Maykop).

Workshop outcomes:

  1. Establishment of an international scientific community of researchers and teachers in order to facilitate and promote innovative approaches and techniques to language-learning of Adyghe literary languages.
  2. Scientific community of Adyghe linguists’ charter adoption.
  3. Scientific community of Adyghe linguists’ Chairman elections.