ARPHA Proceedings 3: 975-988, doi: 10.3897/ap.2.e0975
Aspects of the Cultural Identity of Russian and Tatar Literatures as a Factor of Education of Language Teachers for Bilingual Schools of the Republic of Tatarstan
expand article infoAlsu Z. Khabibullina, Elvira F. Nagumanova, Oksana V. Shemshurenko
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Consideration of various aspects of cultural identity occupies a special place in the education of language teachers for bi- and multilingual schools of the Republic of Tatarstan. In the context of globalization, the relevance of the study is associated with the necessity of a future teacher’s personality formation in the light of the tolerance to the world of a “different” artistic consciousness and language.The purpose of the article is to identify the foundations of the cultural identity of Russian and Tatar literature, its various forms of representation as a factor in the future language education of teachers in the Republic of Tatarstan.A scientific experiment based on the poem of Tufan “The Winds are Blowing” was conducted among bilingual students of philology. It is established that the cultural and literary identity of the readers affects the reception of genre content and form of the work.The conclusion is that the awareness of future teachers of “their” identity becomes the most important task of their education and the realization of pedagogical potential. It is established that mastering the phenomenon of identity leads to a better understanding of the principle of cultural identity in a multi-ethnic environment, as well as the development of a future teacher’s personality, being ready for communication in the context of a multiplicity of artistic traditions and languages.
cultural identity, comparison of literatures, a language teacher, bi- and multilingual schools, the principle of cultural conformity, national literatures