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Особенности здоровьесберегающих технологий в учебно-воспитательном 
процессе дошкольной организации 
В  статье  рассматривается  вопрос  об  улучшении  здоровья  детей  посредством  здоровьесберегающих 
технологий.  Анализ  научно-методической  литературы  и  собственные  исследования  по  изучению 
вляния  факторов  окружающей  среды  на  здоровье  детей  позволили  авторам  разработать 
здоровьесберегающие  технологии  для  дошкольных  образовательных  учреждений.  Отмечено,  что  их 
внедрение  в  учебно-воспитательный  процесс  будет  способствовать  сохранению  и  укреплению 
здоровья дошкольников. Авторы подчеркивают, что проблемa формировaния здорового обрaзa жизни, 
нa  индивидуaльном  уровне — здорового  cтиля  жизни,  являетcя  одной  из  нaиболее  приоритетныx  в 
cовременной педaгогике, поcкольку cвязaнa c решением cрaзу двуx вaжнейшиx зaдaч гоcудaрcтвенной 
политики в облacти обрaзовaния — рaзвитие индивидуaльноcти и формировaние здоровой личноcти.  
G.K.Belgybaeva, Zh.T.Zhakenova 
Features of health saving technologies in the educational process  
of the pre-school institutions 
In the article the issue of improving the children’s health through health-saving technologies is discussed. The 
analysis of  literature and own researches on influence of environmental factors on health of children let the 
authors design health-saving technologies for pre-school educational institutions.  The implementation of 
these technologies into educational process  will lead to saving and promoting the health of preschoolers. In 
this regard the problem of formation healthy lifestyle is one of the most prioritized in modern pedagogics as it 
is connected to solving two important objectives of state educational politics: development of individuality 
and formation of healthy personality. 

Г.Қ.Белгібаева, Ж.Т.Жакенова 
Вестник Карагандинского университета 
1  The Republic of Kazakhstan Government Decree № 1684  from December 30, 2011 on Approval of Sanitary norms «Sanitary 
and epidemiology requirements for children and teenagers», [ER]. Access mode: http://adilet.zan.kz/kaz/docs/P1100001684 
2  Methodical recommendations: Health saving technologies at comprehensive school: methodology of the analysis, form, 
methods, experience of application / Under edit. M.М. Bezrukih., V.D. Son’kina, Мoscow, 2002. 
3  Ceitlin A.G. Physical development of children and teenagers, Мoscow: Меdgiz, 1963, 204 p. 
4  Nemenko B.A., Ospanova G.K. Hygiene of children and teenagers, coursebook, Aktobe: «М.Style ZhShC», 2007, 304 p.  
5  Kuchma V.R. Modern pre-school education: hygienical issues, ways of solutions, solutions, medical and prophylactic effica-
cy, Moscow: GUNTZD RAMN Press, 2010, 356 p. 
6  Kuchma V.R. Sanitary and hygiene, Moscow: GUNTZD RAMN Press, 1993, 11, p. 4–6. 
7  Geinz K.A., Geinz R.P., Kispayev T.A. How to promote the health of your child: Manual, Karaganda: SANAT-express, 
2007, 161 p. 
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U.I.Кopzhassarova, Е.V.Аntontseva  
Ye.A.Buketov Karaganda State University 
Peculiarities of teaching junior schoolchildren  
foreign-language oral speech 
The article deals with the peculiarities of teaching junior schoolchildren foreign-language oral speech. 
The work also raises the problem of the necessity of teaching foreign languages at an elementary school. Au-
thors explored peculiarities of psychological and physiological development of children of younger school 
age, studied and analyzed the works of psychologists and methodologists on a research problem, on the basis 
of which conclusions are made about necessity of a foreign language teaching at an early age, assuming ac-
quaintance with the peculiarities of culture of the people of the country of the studied language. In the conclu-
sion authors offered some recommendations about specificity of teaching junior schoolchildren oral speech at 
English lessons. 
Key words: oral foreign-language speech, early training, lexical and grammatical skills, junior schoolchildren, 
monological and dialogical communication, younger school age, psychological and physiological peculiari-
ties, pronunciation skills, lexical material, speech and situational exercises. 
 The earlier we will start teaching 
 a foreign language to children, the earlier 
 we will acquaint them with the world 
 of the children speaking other languages 
R. Freudenstein 
Today the knowledge of a foreign language is an integral part of an educational system in Kazakhstan. 
Earlier, there was not attached much importance to knowledge of foreign languages. It was studied at the 
same level, as any other school subject. But globalization processes, changes in economic, social, cultural 
life of the society caused changes in the system of language education: different innovations have been in-
troduced, programs and concepts are created, promoting improvement and perfection of teaching foreign 
languages at school. Thanks to it quality of foreign languages training is being improved. In order to know a 
foreign language at the professional level, it is necessary to start its study at an early school age that was em-
phasized in one of the messages of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan [1]. 
In the process of teaching a foreign language, we have to remember that simultaneous development of 
oral and written language skills isn't always reasoned at the junior stage of its mastering, due to certain fea-
tures of the psychological and physiological development of junior schoolchildren. Many foreign educators

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psychologists, linguists and methodologists (M. Berlits, F. Gouin, M. Walther, V. Fiyetor, P. Passy, 
H. Sweet, O. Jespersen, B. Eggert, Sh. Schweitzer. G. Vendt, E. Simoneau, G. Palmer, M. West, L. Bloom-
field, C. Fries, R. Lado) believed that it was necessary to begin foreign language study with oral speech [2]. 
The paper focusses on the peculiarities of teaching junior schoolchildren foreign-language oral speech.  
The great Russian educator K.D. Ushinskiy believed that proper organization of educational process 
supposes training children foreign languages at an early age. In his opinion, child's speech development 
should be performed by means of improving child's thinking, basing on specific visual images, visibility. 
Questions of early training foreign languages were in focus of educators at the end of the XIX century. 
On the one hand, publications, concerning the problem of early foreign language teaching manifested about 
undoubted advantage of teaching and learning a foreign language at an early age; on the other hand many 
educators treated negatively this question as they supposed that the general educational value of a foreign 
language learning was small and consisted only in studying its system, which was available only to senior 
schoolchildren. Therefore, in their opinion in junior school a foreign language was deprived of any educa-
tional value. 
The developing value of teaching and learning a foreign language was studied later carefully by acade-
mician L.V. Shcherba and his followers. Academician L.V. Shcherba wrote that proper arrangement of 
teaching a foreign language would contribute to the development of logical thinking, improving already de-
veloped cognitive operations and formation of the ability to construct the discourse logically. 
In 1962 according to the decision of UNESCO (The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural 
Organization) at schools of England and Wales there was an experiment on the problem of early foreign lan-
guage teaching, results of which allowed to make a conclusion that foreign language lessons positively influ-
enced general development of children, raised their educational and cultural levels, contributed to improve-
ment of knowledge of the native language. Researches of leading universities of the USA and Canada in the 
80th years showed that bilingual children’s cognitive abilities were developed better, than of monolingual 
ones. Especially so-called metalinguistic abilities differed favorably, i. e. abilities flexibly and at the abstract 
level to acquire language that was manifested by children in judgments about grammar of the native lan-
guage, in understanding of a word-play, etc. Bilingual children mastered reading faster. 
In numerous studies and experiments of Russian (L.S. Vygotsky, S.L. Rubinstein) and foreign psy-
chologists (J. Bruner, W. Penfield, R. Roberts, B. White, T. Eliot, etc.) there were revealed the sensitive pe-
riods in assimilation of foreign-language speech. The age of child from the birth to 8–9 years old is the most 
sensitive for his or her speech development, languages kills at this age are developed and absorbed much 
easier, than in subsequent years.  
Researches of psychologists and educators point to the fact that in spite of the easy foreign language ac-
quisition by small children, even in the natural environment it is a complex process, built not on imitation, 
but also on generalization, though it is internally unconscious [3, 4]. It was also established that a child learns 
a foreign language more easily than an adult, only if he/she masters it in conditions of real communication, 
the source of which for a given age is an educational game. Real inclusion in new game provides true inter-
nal motivation of learning language by children.  Educational opportunities of a game in a foreign language 
teaching were studied by Russian (L.S. Vygotsky, V.V. Davydov, D.B. Elkonin) and Kazakh 
(G.N. Amandykova, Sh.E. Sarsembayeva, A.Zh. Sarlybayeva) educators [5]. 
Psychological peculiarities of younger schoolchildren development create special conditions for learn-
ing a foreign language. Children of 7–10 years old absorb a foreign language like a sponge indirectly and 
subconsciously. They understand the situation in a foreign language in the same way as in their mother 
tongue. Attention capacity and time of concentration are very short, but gradually when they become older 
they are increased. Younger schoolchildren have a well-developed long-term memory (the learned material, 
is remembered for a long time). Ways of receiving and assimilating information by children are different too: 
visual, auditory, kinesthetic. And the best incentive for junior pupils’ further learning for pupils of 1–4 
grades is the feeling of success. 
In addition, when the teacher is planning foreign-language communication with younger schoolchil-
dren, he/she has to take into consideration the child's level of language development in the native language, 
then teaching a foreign language will be more successful.  
Also it is necessary to take into account physical development of children at the age of 7–10 years old.  
Muscle development affects the child's ability to concentrate attention to a page, a line or a word that is nec-
essary for the ability to read. It also influences the ability to hold a pencil or a pen, scissors, a brush. For pu-
pils to achieve fine motor coordination, as well as coordination between visual perception and mechanical 

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movement, their hands need continuous training. Small children can't sit quietly for a long time because of 
the lack of control over motor muscles. Therefore, it is desirable during a lesson to give them such tasks, 
which would allow children to move around a class (games, songs with the movements, dances). 
Younger children (1–4 grades) are characterized by the following psychological and physiological pe-
culiarities of the development: 
 need for the movement; 
 need for communication; 
 need for feeling safety; 
 need for a praise for each small successful step; 
 need for a touch, drawing, designing, mimicry; 
 need for feeling themselves as an individual and a teacher should treat them in an appropriate way. 
The necessity of an early foreign language teaching and learning is officially recognized worldwide. No 
one doubts the fact that the human intellect progresses most rapidly at children's age — from the birth to 12 
years old. Optimal conditions for development of the speech, both in the native and foreign languages occur 
prior to the maturity of a child, and the child’s development goes along with his/her maturity simultaneously. 
Early foreign language teaching and learning gives a big practical effect in respect to the quality of mastery, 
as the communicative skills acquired at an early age are fixed for the rest of life and form a reliable basis for 
further training. 
Early learning of a foreign language renders:  
 positive influence on the development of mental functions of the child: his memory, attention, think-
ing, perception, imagination, etc.; 
 the stimulating influence on the general speech abilities of the child;   
 big opportunities for teaching and learning second/third / foreign languages, need of their mastery is 
becoming increasingly obvious in the conditions of a multicultural environment. 
The educational and developmental value of early teaching and learning a foreign language is indisput-
able. It is demonstrated in earlier entry of the child into universal culture with the help of his/her communica-
tion in a new language. In this case, the constant appeal to the experience of the child, taking into account 
his/her psychological peculiarities, his/her perception of reality allow children to realize better the phenome-
na of his/her own national culture in comparison with the culture of the countries of the studied language. 
Early learning of a foreign language is of a great educational and moral value, due to the fact that the acquisi-
tion of a foreign language as a means of communication assumes familiarity with the socio-cultural features 
of native speakers — the people of the studied target language, development of such qualities as tolerance 
and sensitivity to distinctions in culture, ways of expressing feelings [6]. 
Training oral speech is one of the most complex tasks in the course of teaching a foreign language. Oral 
speech is a broad concept, including main types of speech activity: reading, listening, speaking, dialogical 
and monological speech. 
The main reason for difficulties in teaching and learning a foreign-language oral speech is the fact that 
language material for pupils to master acts absolutely in new aspect; it is necessary to acquire it actively as a 
means of communication, but not just for recognition and identification, which is a task of a receptive per-
ception of the language. 
When a pupil is reading to himself/herself (silent reading), he or she has an opportunity to read unclear 
place two or three times, while during listening in a certain extent he/she follows the speaker's speech tempo 
that creates additional difficulties for understanding. 
The highest degree of difficulty is self-expression of thoughts and feelings by means of a target lan-
guage. The speaker has to know not only the syntactic and morphological structure of the language, but also 
a complex system of combinability of words that is always specific and in most cases does not coincide with 
combinability in the native language. 
The grammar system of the majority of languages of the world has already been analyzed and scientifi-
cally systematized, and its conscious mastery by consecutive exercises doesn't present any special difficul-
ties. As for lexicon, this area is not studied fully yet. Meanwhile, when we are talking about the automated 
mastery of the language structure, it is meant, first of all, the automated mastery of word usage. It is one of 
the most difficult objectives of oral speech [7]. 

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What are the prospects of training junior schoolchildren oral foreign-language speech for the develop-
ment of their foreign language communication skills? Learning foreign languages in junior school creates for 
pupils the opportunities to improve their oral speech skills: 
 to pronounce correctly and distinguish foreign language sounds, words, phrases and sentences; ob-
serve intonation of the main types of the sentence; 
 to master the most frequently used vocabulary within the junior stage program, master productive lex-
ical minimum at least no less than 500 lexical units. The total amount of vocabulary, including recep-
tive lexical minimum, is no less than 600 lexical units; 
 to gain some understanding of the main grammatical categories of the studied language, distinguish 
the studied vocabulary and grammar during the reading and listening and use them in oral communi-
 to understand aurally the speech of the teacher, classmates, the main contents of the facilitated texts 
with a support of visual presentation and a language guess; 
 to take an active part in dialogical communication: carry on etiquette dialogues and elementary bilat-
eral dialogue-questioning on the given speech situation of every day communication; 
 to speak briefly on the topics selected for the elementary school, reproduce by heart familiar rhymed 
works of children's folklore; 
 to get control over the reading technique aloud; read to themselves school and facilitated authentic 
texts, using skimming, scanning and detailed types of reading; 
 to write a short congratulation and a personal letter (supported with the example), fill in the simple 
questionnaire about oneself; 
 to acquire basic information about the country of the studied language [8]. 
Researchers L.S. Panov's, V.L. Skalkin and others consider that foreign language speaking skills are 
developed within the following stages: 
The Ist stage — oral speech, lexical and grammar skills formation
The IInd stage — oral speech, lexical and grammar skills improvement; 
The IIIrd stage — development of abilities of unprepared oral speech [9]. 
The mechanism of the speech is developed correctly, if a teacher in the process of training follows to 
these stages, because the start of speech mechanisms is impossible without formed at the sufficient level lex-
ical and grammar skills of speaking. 
Shortcomings in early foreign language teaching and learning is reflected in pupils’ oral communica-
tion. It is difficult for pupils to manage spontaneous unprepared speech; their communicative activity be-
comes only reading, understanding and reproduction of the given text.  
For forming and improving foreign-language lexical and grammar skills, the teacher can define series of 
training exercises, the use of which is considered to be the most rational. The system of training exercises, 
which is used by the teacher, is of great importance because their application enables to fix vocabulary in 
pupils' memory and use correct grammar in constructing sentences. 
Training activities, speech exercises should be of a situational character, give an opportunity for pupils 
to carry out practical tasks, develop their communicative skills. They should include tasks on reasoning, ana-
lyzing and expressing one’s view point.  
For formation and improvement junior schoolchildren foreign-language oral speech skills it is important 
to use lexical and grammatical structures (Substitution tables), which give the possibility purposefully prac-
tice the use of colloquial speech clichés, combine various structures in the speech depending on communica-
tive connection. 
Practice of teaching oral speech shows that lexical and grammar structures correspond to the nature of 
those skills, which are formed and improved (I, II stages) in teaching oral speech. They allow providing ra-
ther strong oral speech skills for constructing unprepared monological and dialogical utterances. Structures 
are practiced by pupils in chorus, individually; they can be used during a group, pair and individual forms of 
work. The process of forming mechanism of speech reproduction requires from the teacher skills to differen-
tiate teaching techniques and methods, which provide productivity of work [9]. 
For training junior schoolchildren foreign-language oral speech skills, it is beneficial to use the tech-
niques, which encourage their physical activity. They are: role-playing, cognitive games, dramatization, stag-
ing (English folklore and the author's fairy tales), coloring, drawing, singing and dancing. 

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As it was mentioned above, the development and improvement of foreign-language speech skills of pu-
pils is carried out within the speech, situational exercises. 
Studying the topics «My favourite toys», «Sports», «Seasons», «Food», «Clothes» is aimed at enriching 
learners’ culture-oriented linguistic knowledge and skills. The desire of pupils to expand their own outlook, 
wish to learn more about the life of the country of the studied language, its geography, history, ways of life, 
etc. is one of the most important motivational incentives of foreign language learning. Development of moti-
vation to the study through introduction to foreign-language culture is extremely important as foreign-
language communication in the conditions of school training isn't supported by the language environment. 
In the conclusion, it is important to highlight some recommendations on teaching younger schoolchil-
dren oral foreign-language speech. 
At the junior level of teaching and learning a foreign language, the main attention should be concentrat-
ed on the development of understanding of colloquial English by children and developing pronunciation 
 the full perception is developed through the constant practice of frequently used English words; 
 phrases and speech clichés are learnt by heart through singing; 
 recognition and the use of frequently used words occur during a game. 
It is necessary to remember about the criteria selection of lexical material for children at the junior level 
of teaching: 
 all the words studied at the given stage have to mean concepts, well-known to the pupil in the native 
 words should be frequently used in a language and be compatible with each other. 
The following exercises are recommended for formation of lexical skills: 
 guessing (words, toys, pictures, riddles); 
 drawing, molding, application, coloring and naming the object, molded by children; 
 physical activity (naming actions, performance of actions and commands); 
 game on attention/comprehension (the teacher names a lexical unit and shows a toy or a picture; chil-
dren repeat in chorus only those words, which are shown on the picture); 
 a choice of words/pictures according to a subject or on a situation; 
 competition; 
 the game «lotto» with pictures/dominoes, etc. 
In conclusion, we resume that efficiency of junior schoolchildren oral foreign-language communicative 
skills formation is determined not only by the knowledge and mastery of the language material, but also by 
readiness and desire of children to be an active participant of cross-cultural communication in English. For 
achievement of young learners’ success in language learning, it is important the educational activities of 
schoolchildren be not only listening, speaking, reading or writing in a foreign language, but active communi-
cation in real life situations of a teacher and pupils and pupils among themselves. 
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