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The training program 6В01501 - “Teacher of Chemistry and Biology” is designated for training of personnel in the field of pedagogical sciences as part of the direction for training of teachers in natural sciences.

The goal of the training program is to prepare a specialist, a multilingual teacher of a new formation, with practical skills and leadership qualities, able to solve scientific, pedagogical, industrial and technological problems in the field of natural sciences and problems according to the main directions of state policy in the field of education in the context of 12-year profile comprehensive education; undertaking necessary functions and professional activities of a chemistry and biology teacher for updated school core curriculum.

The relevance of the training program is to implement a new approach to the formation of key competencies and learning outcomes needed by a graduate in the field of pedagogical sciences. The training program is designed to ensure the replenishment of teaching staff in the process of implementation of 12-year education, updating school core curriculum for development of functional literacy, teaching science subjects in English.

The advantages of this training program are a wide range of places for employment, applying for a well-paid job, career growth and improving the quality of life, adaptability to rapidly changing real conditions, as well as the possibility of implementing individual entrepreneurial activities in the field of educational services.

The main objectives of the training program

Training qualified personnel that meet modern requirements for the quality of specialists with higher education in the field of education for future work in the field of teaching;

Updating the components of the training program in compliance with the dynamism of the education system of the republic of kazakhstan development;

Implementation of innovative teaching technologies into the educational process and monitoring the level of the training program development based on the competency-based approach;

Formation of skills in the educational process, the organization of educational work in the student team, planning and conducting extracurricular activities in accordance with laws, laws, principles, educational mechanisms of the pedagogical process;

Formation of skills for working with professional documentation; the ability to monitor the educational process;

Creation of prerequisites for independent research and analytical activities of students;

Promotion of skills working with specialized information for further application in professional activities, systematizing the information received;

Formation and development of social and personal qualities: determination, diligence, responsibility, citizenship, adherence to ethical standards;

Ensuring the connection of the learning process with development of sciences, the formation of research skills;

Providing the educational process with contemporary materials and logistical base;

Assistance to graduates of the training program in employment by organizing professional practice.

Key competencies in the training program

Awareness of the methodology and methods of scientific research and description in the field of chemistry and biology;

Application of information and communication technologies in professional activities;

Proficiency in time management techniques and public speaking skills;

Selection of appropriate pedagogical technologies for differentiated and integrated learning; implementation of pedagogical monitoring, implementation of pedagogical management;

Develop training materials in accordance with the class objectives ;

Formation of skills in applying advanced research and information technologies in professional activities;

The ability to organize research work, analyze the results;

Skills in self-organization, self-control and self-esteem.

Types of professional activity

Teaching;

Controlling;

Educating;

Methodical;

Research;

Socio-communicative;

Self-education.

Employability prospects for specialists

Secondary comprehensive and specialized schools, colleges, gymnasiums, lyceums (as a teacher / teacher of chemistry, biology and natural sciences);

Departments of education;

Research organizations (institutes) by profile;

Research organizations (institutes) of a social and humanitarian profile;

Creation and development of own business: trainings, tutoring.


SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

Pedagogical activity within the framework of the innovative content of teaching natural sciences

The formation of interest in cognitive, creative, experimental research activities

Laboratory Testing Skills

Advanced skills in working with a personal computer, office equipment and software in the professional field. Business Planning Basics

Author's approaches to multilevel study of foreign languages

Transformation of personal values and personal motivation. Adaptation to Stress and Mediation. Foundation of a healthy lifestyle. Cultural and Spiritual Development


SPEAKERS AND MENTORS

OUR PARTNERS

EMPLOYMENT

Schools

Colleges

Research centers

Educational centers

INCOME

From 97 000 to 350 000 KZT

ADMISSION

On the School basis

  • Documents:
    UNT, ID

  • Entrance tests:
    Special exam

  • Training period:
    3 years +
Second higher education

  • Documents:
    Diploma, ID

  • Entrance tests:
    Job interview, Special exam

  • Training period:
    Minimum 1 year 8 months
Based on TVE (College)

  • Documents:
    UNT, ID

  • Entrance tests:
    Special exam

  • Training period:
    Min: 2 years 6 months




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Suleimenova Moldir. Graduated in 2004. PhD in Biology, Associate Professor. Head of the Department of Chemistry, Biology, Physical Culture and Sports of the University of Miras. Author of 3 manuals

Moshkalov Beibit. Graduated in 2018. Master of Science. Director of SI "Shymkent Dendrological Park"

Spanov Jienbek. Graduated in 2014. Master of Science. Deputy Director for Educational Work, Secondary School No. 36 named after Х.Kh. Tokmұmedova

Zhanalieva Rashida. Lecturer, Candidate of Chemical Sciences. Awarded with Diploma "The best teacher of the country" 2017

Shimelkova Rose. Lecturer, Candidate of Agricultural Sciences. Awarded with "Labor Glory" in 2015 and Certificate of Honour in 2019

Khaltaeva Kurbankul and Senbi Sandukash Abaykyzy. Students, I prize in the Republican competition of scientific papers "Modern Science"

Javadova Lydia. Student, II prize in the Republican contest of scientific works "Modern Science"

Ersin Meruert and Abdykhalyk Madina Seralқyzy. Students, II prize in the Republican competition of scientific papers ""Modern Science"

Baitasova Elmira. Student III prize in the III international competition of innovative projects "My own business"

Typical curriculum of the educational program 6В01501 Сhemistry and biology teacher

Name of disciplines Cycle of disciplines ECTS Brief description of the disciplines
Kazakh (Russian) Language GED 5 Questions to study: phonetic features, grammatical structure of the Kazakh language; basic vocabulary by fields of application (household, terminological, general scientific, business); methods of word formation, phraseological units; rules of translation technique; rules of spelling and punctuation; culture and traditions of Kazakhstan; rules of speech etiquette; rules of communicative behavior in situations of everyday, business, scientific and professional communication.
Formed competencies: implementation of oral communication in dialogical and monological forms in situations of everyday, scientific, professional and business communication; implementation of communicative intentions in various types of written speech; maintaining contacts using e-mail; possession of communication skills in the process of official and informal contacts, in the field of everyday and professional communication; public speech skills; oral and written translation skills.
Kazakh (Russian) Language GED 5 Questions to study: phonetic features, grammatical structure of the Kazakh language; basic vocabulary by fields of application (household, terminological, general scientific, business); methods of word formation, phraseological units; rules of translation technique; rules of spelling and punctuation; culture and traditions of Kazakhstan; rules of speech etiquette; rules of communicative behavior in situations of everyday, business, scientific and professional communication.
Formed competencies: implementation of oral communication in dialogical and monological forms in situations of everyday, scientific, professional and business communication; implementation of communicative intentions in various types of written speech; maintaining contacts using e-mail; possession of communication skills in the process of official and informal contacts, in the field of everyday and professional communication; public speech skills; oral and written translation skills.
Foreign Language GED 5 Questions to study: phonetic features, grammatical structure, of the English language; basic vocabulary by fields of application (household, terminological, general scientific, business); methods of word formation; rules of translation technique; rules of spelling and punctuation; rules of speech etiquette; intercultural features and rules of communicative behavior in situations of everyday, business, scientific and professional communication.
Formed competencies: implementation of oral communication in dialogical and monological forms in situations of everyday, scientific, professional and business communication; implementation of communicative intentions in various types of written speech; possession of communication skills in the process of official and informal contacts, in the field of everyday and professional communication; public speech skills; oral and written translation skills.
Foreign Language GED 5 Questions to study: phonetic features, grammatical structure, of the English language; basic vocabulary by fields of application (household, terminological, general scientific, business); methods of word formation; rules of translation technique; rules of spelling and punctuation; rules of speech etiquette; intercultural features and rules of communicative behavior in situations of everyday, business, scientific and professional communication.
Formed competencies: implementation of oral communication in dialogical and monological forms in situations of everyday, scientific, professional and business communication; implementation of communicative intentions in various types of written speech; possession of communication skills in the process of official and informal contacts, in the field of everyday and professional communication; public speech skills; oral and written translation skills.
Modern History of Kazakhstan GED 5 Questions to study: the subject, purpose and objectives of the course "Modern history of Kazakhstan"; the main stages of the history of modern Kazakhstan and their characteristics; the historical foundations and periods of the formation of independent Kazakh statehood in the context of the world and Eurasian historical process; the implementation of the Soviet model of state-building in Kazakhstan; economic and political reforms in Kazakhstan in the second half of the twentieth century; the formation and development of independent Kazakhstan.
Formed competencies: the ability to correlate individual phenomena and events of the historical past with the general paradigm of the world-historical process through critical, retrospective, comparative historical analysis; analysis of historical processes, phenomena and historical personalities of modern Kazakhstan; skills and skills of working with historical sources; assessment and characterization of historical events and phenomena; explanation of cause-and-effect relationships of events and phenomena; the ability to think logically, to freely discuss and defend one's own opinion, to explain the meaning and significance of the main historical concepts.
Social and Political Studies Module (Sociology, Political Science, Cultural Studies, Psychology) GED 8 Questions to study: the main categories of political science, sociology, cultural studies and psychology; socio-ethical values of society; social, political, cultural, psychological institutions of society in the context of their role in the modernization of Kazakh society and the principles of their functioning.
Formed competencies: explanation and interpretation of concepts, ideas, theories of sociology, political science, cultural studies, psychology; description, analysis of current problems of modern Kazakh society, social processes; analysis of the features of social, political, cultural, psychological institutions in the context of their role in the modernization of Kazakh society; designing prospects for the development of Kazakh society, solving social, political, personal problems, interpersonal and social conflicts; expressing one's own opinion on issues of social significance; generating ideas on issues of socio-political development of society and presenting them.
Philosophy GED 5 Questions to study: categories of philosophy, philosophical understanding and understanding of the role and place of education, science, technology, technology, man, art, freedom, culture, religion in society, methods of scientific knowledge, the evolution of philosophical thought from antiquity to the present.
Formed competencies: understanding and explaining the specifics of the philosophical understanding of reality; interpretation and justification of the content and specific features of the mythological, religious and scientific worldview; demonstration of methods of scientific and philosophical knowledge of the world in the implementation of project and research activities; argumentation of one's own position in relation to topical philosophical issues, global problems of modern society.
Physical Education GED 2 Questions to study: the discipline is focused on the consideration of the following issues: the importance of physical culture in human life; the values of physical culture and sports; factors that determine human health; the concept of a healthy lifestyle and its components; methodological foundations of physical education, the foundations of self-improvement of physical qualities and personality traits; the influence of health-improving systems of physical education on health promotion.
Formed competencies: demonstration of the implementation of mandatory and individually selected complexes of physical exercises, including recreational and adaptive physical culture; maintaining a healthy lifestyle; maintaining and developing basic physical qualities in the process of physical culture; possession of means and methods of strengthening individual health, physical self-improvement, various forms of motor activity for successful socio-cultural and professional activities.
Physical Education GED 3 Questions to study: the discipline is focused on the consideration of the following issues: the importance of physical culture in human life; the values of physical culture and sports; factors that determine human health; the concept of a healthy lifestyle and its components; methodological foundations of physical education, the foundations of self-improvement of physical qualities and personality traits; the influence of health-improving systems of physical education on health promotion.
Formed competencies: demonstration of the implementation of mandatory and individually selected complexes of physical exercises, including recreational and adaptive physical culture; maintaining a healthy lifestyle; maintaining and developing basic physical qualities in the process of physical culture; possession of means and methods of strengthening individual health, physical self-improvement, various forms of motor activity for successful socio-cultural and professional activities.
Physical Education GED 3 Questions to study: the discipline is focused on the consideration of the following issues: the importance of physical culture in human life; the values of physical culture and sports; factors that determine human health; the concept of a healthy lifestyle and its components; methodological foundations of physical education, the foundations of self-improvement of physical qualities and personality traits; the influence of health-improving systems of physical education on health promotion.
Formed competencies: demonstration of the implementation of mandatory and individually selected complexes of physical exercises, including recreational and adaptive physical culture; maintaining a healthy lifestyle; maintaining and developing basic physical qualities in the process of physical culture; possession of means and methods of strengthening individual health, physical self-improvement, various forms of motor activity for successful socio-cultural and professional activities.
Ecology and life safety GED 5 Questions to study: the content and tasks of ecology; the concept of the ecosystem and the biosphere; the circulation of substances and the flow of energy in ecosystems; global problems of humanity; legislative measures for nature protection; conditions for the occurrence of environmentally hazardous and emergency situations, patterns of their manifestation; classification, characteristics and forecasting of emergencies; development and implementation of measures to protect humans and the environment from negative impacts, first aid, etc.
Formed competencies: assessment of the impact of environmental factors on human health; identification of the main hazards of the human environment; choice of methods of protection against hazards; possession of methods and technologies of protection in emergency situations; ability to provide first aid self-and mutual assistance; effective action in the event of a threat and occurrence of extreme situations and emergencies; determination of symptoms of the human body in case of injuries; correct use of medical first aid kits.
Fundamentals of Law GED 5 Questions to study: law and its place in the system of social regulation; the main forms (sources) of law; legal norms and legal relations; lawful behavior and offenses; the basics of the legal status of a person and a citizen of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the main branches of law, etc.
Formed competencies: orientation in matters of current legislation; possession of skills in analyzing normative legal acts, relations regulated by law, legal analysis of information; application of legal norms in specific situations, following moral and legal norms in everyday practice; expression and justification of one's own point of view on legal issues; conducting polemics in the legal field.
Bases of Anticorruption Culture GED 5 Questions to study: the essence of corruption as a social and legal phenomenon; the manifestation of corruption in public life; the measure of moral and legal responsibility for corruption offenses; the current legislation in the field of combating corruption; prevention of offenses.
Formed competencies: orientation in matters of current legislation; possession of skills in analyzing normative legal acts, relations regulated by law, legal analysis of information; application of legal norms in specific situations, following moral and legal norms in everyday practice; expression and justification of one's own point of view on issues of law and anti-corruption culture; conducting polemics in the legal field.
Fundamentals of economics and entrepreneurship GED 5 Questions to study: the role and importance of the economy in the life of society; the laws of production, exchange and distribution of material goods; the theoretical foundations of the functioning of the market economy; the fundamentals of the enterprise economy; the content and essence of entrepreneurship; types and forms of entrepreneurial activity.
Formed competencies: application of economic knowledge in specific situations; implementation of economic calculations; determination of one's own capabilities in carrying out entrepreneurial activity; use of knowledge of the basics of entrepreneurship for organizing one's business; development of a business plan; readiness to create an entrepreneurial unit and organization of its activities.
Fundamentals of innovation and innovation activity GED 5 Questions to study: the essence of the concepts of «innovation», «innovative activity», «innovative project»; classification of innovations; factors determining innovative activity; sources of innovative ideas; priorities of innovation policy at various levels of economic management; the main models of innovative development.
Formed competencies: analysis and evaluation of innovative projects; planning of work on the implementation of innovations, presentation of innovative projects; implementation of business planning of innovative projects.
Fundamentals of leadership and team building GED 5 Questions to study: the essence of the concepts of «leadership», «team», «team building»; leadership models and their typology; leadership styles; models of leadership decision-making, technologies of team formation.
Formed competencies: analysis and evaluation of leadership styles; assessment of the conditions and consequences of the implementation of various leadership styles; methods and techniques of team formation.
Fundamentals of Academic writing BD 5 Questions to study: the concepts of «academic writing», genres of academic writing (abstract, essay, review, abstract, scientific article, etc.), the basic principles of compiling and formatting academic texts and their presentation.
Formed competencies: creation of written academic texts of various genres; design of a written text in accordance with accepted norms, requirements, standards; skills and skills of compiling a bibliographic description of printed publications and electronic resources; skills of analytical work with scientific sources; editing of academic texts; critical evaluation of written works.
Organization of project activities BD 5 Questions to study: the basics of project activity; design technologies; implementation and effective project management; methods of collecting initial data and design methods, methods of project development and implementation.
Formed competencies: knowledge of methods of collecting and analyzing information; design and preparation of projects; possession of tools for organizing project activities; setting goals and objectives at each stage of project implementation; development of ways to solve the problem; practical application of design methods in professional activities.
Information and Communication Technologies (in English) GED 5 Questions to study: the content and trends in the development of information and communication technologies; methods of collecting, storing and processing information, methods of implementing information and communication processes; conceptual foundations of the architecture of computer systems, operating systems and networks; architecture of computer systems and networks, the purpose and functions of the main components; concepts for the development of network and web applications, information security tools.
Formed competencies: skills of using modern information and communication technologies in various fields of professional activity, scientific and practical work and other purposes; justification of the choice of the most appropriate technology for solving specific tasks; the ability to use Internet information resources, cloud and mobile services for searching, storing, processing and distributing information; the ability to use software and hardware of computer systems and networks for data collection, transmission, processing and storage; analysis and justification of the choice of methods and means of information protection; the ability to develop data analysis and management tools for various types of activities; implementation of project activities using modern information and communication technologies.
Information technologies in the professional activity of a teacher BD 5 Questions to study: the composition and functions of information and telecommunications technologies, the possibilities of their use in the professional activity of a teacher; the basic rules and methods of working with application software packages; the concepts of "information systems", "information technologies"; theoretical foundations, types and structures of databases; the possibilities of network technologies for working with information.
Formed competencies: the use of software in the professional activity of a teacher; the use of computer and telecommunications tools; skills of working with information reference systems; the use of applied programs in professional activities; the ability to use the resources of local and global information networks.
Oratory Art BD 5 Questions to study: the main categorical apparatus of public speaking; the history of public speaking; strategies and tactics of effective speech communications; an algorithm for creating an effective public message; discussion and polemics.
Formed competencies: the ability to clearly express their thoughts, feel confident during communication and speech; possession of voice and expressiveness of speech; managing the attention of listeners; the ability to answer unexpected questions, effectively convince opponents and influence listeners; possession of methods and techniques for analyzing the partner's speech behavior, methods of self-control.
Workshop on the development of critical and creative thinking BD 5 Questions to study: the nature, structure, functions of critical and creative thinking and methods of their formation; models of critical thinking; methods of stimulating, functions, types of creative thinking; the current state of decision-making theory; conceptual support of the decision-making process; tools of critical and creative thinking necessary for decision-making; types, strategies and methods of decision-making.
Formed competencies: the ability to distinguish critical and creative ways of thinking from other forms of intellectual activity; possession of methods and techniques of creative thinking; the use of various models of critical and creative thinking in practice; the implementation of a critical analysis of the situation in the decision-making process based on awareness and interpretation procedures; formulation and reasoned defense of one's own position on various problems, as well as correct refutation of the opponent's position.
Technology of professional success of a teacher BD 5 Questions to study: social functions and significance of the education system, the value bases of the professional activity of a teacher; requirements for the personal and professional qualities of a teacher; regulatory documents regulating the activity of a teacher; outstanding teachers; career development trajectories, professional ethics.
Formed competencies: demonstration of the ability and readiness to understand modern issues in the field of education, pedagogy, the process of education, professional ethics; application of the principles and rules of professional ethics and etiquette in professional activity; possession and demonstration of individual features of professional image modeling; possession of methods of professional and personal image.
General and age psychology BD 8 Questions to study: the subject, tasks and methods of psychology; mental processes; the structure of the psyche; the emotional-volitional and motivational sphere of the individual; personality and mental properties; individual characteristics of the psyche; the subject, tasks and methods of age psychology; the main theories, principles, problems, age stages, patterns and features of children's mental development; the role of communication and activity in the mental development of the child.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the methodological and theoretical foundations of general psychology, features and patterns of the course of mental processes; knowledge of the psychological characteristics of the individual at each stage of ontogenetic development; the ability to use the conceptual apparatus of general and age psychology; possession of the skills of conducting psychological research; knowledge of the main characteristics of age-related personality development; knowledge of strategies and means of creating favorable conditions for maintaining psychological health, well-being, effective and harmonious development of the intellectual, personal, and spiritual potential of the individual.
Anatomy, physiology and hygiene of schoolchildren BD 5 Questions to study: the subject of age-related anatomy, physiology and hygiene of children; the main patterns of growth and development of the body of children; age periodization; the development of regulatory systems of the child's body; the structure and functions of organ systems of a healthy child; age-related anatomical and physiological features of children's development; the basics of children's hygiene; hygienic norms, requirements and rules for preserving and strengthening health at various stages of ontogenesis; features of the influence of environmental factors on children's health.
Formed competencies: formation of a system of knowledge about the features of the structure and functioning of the child's body; the ability to identify anatomical and physiological features of the child; knowledge of the peculiarities of the influence of environmental factors on children's health; knowledge of the basic provisions of children's hygiene; the ability to organize hygienic education of children; knowledge of methods for assessing general hygienic requirements; the formation of cultural and hygienic skills in children.
Pedagogy BD 5 Questions studied: pedagogy as a science: object, subject, tasks and functions of pedagogy; categorical apparatus of pedagogy; didactic concepts and principles of teaching; education as a pedagogical process; forms and means of teaching; the essence, types of education and its place in the integral structure of the educational process; theoretical and methodological foundations of education; the family as a subject of pedagogical interaction and the socio-cultural environment of education and personal development.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the theoretical foundations of training and education; knowledge of the methods of analysis and development of training and education programs; knowledge of the general principles of didactics and ways of their implementation in subject teaching methods; acquisition of skills to determine the purpose, principles, content, methods, means, forms of the pedagogical process, the application of methods of scientific and pedagogical research, assessing the quality of the educational process; the ability to apply the acquired pedagogical knowledge in educational and professional activities.
Іnclusive Education BD 5 Questions to study: the role and theoretical and methodological foundations of inclusive education; regulatory and legal support, conditions, models and forms of inclusive education; psychological foundations of inclusive education for children with special educational needs; psychological techniques for optimizing the inclusive educational process; software and methodological support for inclusive education.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the conceptual foundations of inclusive education; knowledge of the skills of implementing correctional and pedagogical activities in primary classes; the ability to use the basic categorical apparatus of inclusive education; knowledge of the ways of teaching, educating and developing students taking into account their special educational needs.
Tutoring in inclusive education BD 5 Questions to study: the concept of tutoring; the purpose, tasks and competencies of a tutor in inclusive education; the stages of organizing tutor support for children with special educational needs in an inclusive practice; the theoretical foundations of psychological and pedagogical support for children with special educational needs; an inclusive educational environment; pedagogical conditions and technologies of inclusive education.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the main characteristics of tutoring in inclusive education; knowledge of the skills of organizing correctional and developmental work with children with special educational needs; the ability to choose the form of educational integration in the process of organizing inclusive education for children with special educational needs; mastering professional competencies as a mechanism for improving the quality of psychological and pedagogical support for subjects of special and integrated education.
Psychology of communication and conflict management BD 5 Questions to study: the essence of communication; communicative, interactive, perceptual aspects of communication; communication functions; communication structure; types of communication; communication models; verbal and non-verbal means of communication; communication levels; the social nature of conflicts; causes of conflicts; types of conflicts; dynamics and mechanisms of conflict; conflict management in the organizational system.
Formed competencies: application of techniques and techniques of effective communication in professional activity; possession of methods of self-regulation of behavior in the process of interpersonal communication; possession of methods of interpersonal, intercultural, interethnic and business communication; identification of the causes of conflicts; management of the conflict process and their behavior in conflict; analysis of conflict situations; use of knowledge in the field of conflict management in practice for the prevention and resolution of conflict situations in the field of management; organization of negotiations and the use of various technologies of the negotiation process in practice.
Educational practice [HB] BD 2 The educational practice is aimed at obtaining primary professional skills in the field of education, the formation of a stable interest in the profession of a teacher of chemistry and biology, professional orientation.
Psychological and pedagogical practice [KHB] BD 5 Psychological and pedagogical practice is aimed at developing students ' skills of psychological and pedagogical support for the development of a child in an educational environment, taking into account the anatomical and physiological characteristics of children; establishing and strengthening theoretical knowledge.
Theoretical foundations of inorganic and organic chemistry BD 9 Questions to study: theoretical foundations of inorganic and organic chemistry; general laws of chemistry; atomic molecular teachings, structure and laws of the periodic system; thermodynamics of chemical reactions; laws of chemical and kinetic reactions.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the general laws of chemistry; knowledge of the structure and laws of the periodic system; knowledge of the methods of chemical equilibrium.
Fundamentals of General Chemistry BD 9 Questions to study: theoretical foundations of general chemistry; chemistry of elements; laboratory research techniques; chemical bonding and structure of molecules; redox reactions; techniques for working with substances, reagents and devices.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the theoretical foundations of general chemistry; ability to work in the laboratory; ability to carry out redox reactions; skills of working with reagents and devices.
Chemistry of Elements BD 5 Questions to study: electronic structure of the elements of the periodic table of D. I. Mendeleev; classification of chemical elements by groups and periods; chemical properties of s, p, d, f - elements and their compounds; properties of simple substances.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the elements of the periodic system; mastering the classification of chemical elements by groups and periods; analysis of the features of the chemical properties of s, p, d, f - elements; possession of skills in the process of obtaining oxides, hydroxides, oxygen and carbon.
Non-metal Chemistry BD 5 Questions to study: theoretical foundations of the chemistry of non-metals; the prevalence of chemical elements; the electronic structure of non-metals in the periodic table; periodic table of chemical elements of Mendeleev.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the theoretical foundations of the chemistry of non-metals; formation of ideas about the electronic structure of non-metals; knowledge of the structure and properties of s-and p-elements; knowledge of the comparative characteristics of the structure and properties of hydrogen oxide and hydrogen peroxide.
Analytical and physical chemistry PD 7 Questions to study: chemical composition and structure of substances; determination of chemical elements or groups of elements; qualitative and quantitative analysis of substances based on the fundamental laws of chemistry; new methods of analysis; theoretical foundations of analytical methods; fundamentals of thermodynamics and kinetics.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the chemical composition and structure of a substance; the ability to determine the chemical elements of groups of elements; mastering knowledge about the qualitative and quantitative analysis of substances; the ability to work with new methods of analysis; knowledge of the theoretical foundations of analytical methods; knowledge of the laws of thermodynamics and kinetics.
Physico-chemical methods of analysis PD 7 Questions to study: classification of physico-chemical methods of analysis, goals, objectives and scope of application; basic laws of physico-chemical methods of analysis; methods of identification and determination of substances (qualitative and quantitative analysis): elemental, molecular, phase analysis.
Formed competencies: knowledge of basic concepts and definitions in physico-chemical methods of analysis; understanding of the classification of methods of analysis by the essence of phenomena; knowledge of the main objects of analysis; knowledge of the main analytical problems such as reducing the detection limit, increasing the accuracy of analysis, etc.; the ability to distinguish between qualitative and quantitative analysis.
Methods of Teaching Biology PD 5 Questions to study: the history of the development of the methodology of teaching biology; didactic principles, structure and content of school biological education; methods and methodological techniques of teaching biology; forms of organization of the educational process of biology; classification of teaching methods; lesson modeling; modern requirements for learning results; methods of conducting demonstration, laboratory experiments and practical classes.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the history of the development of the methodology of teaching biology; understanding of the content system of school biological education; knowledge of methods and their classification: educational method, verbal method; visual methods, practical methods; knowledge of the types and structures of biology lessons; ability to conduct demonstration, laboratory experiments and practical classes.
Chemical technology and chemistry of high-molecular compounds PD 5 Questions to study: basic concepts and definitions; classification of polymers; macromolecules and their behavior in solutions; molecular weight of polymers, size and shape of macromolecules; synthesis of polymers; classification of processes: hydro-mechanical, filtration, heat exchange, thermal radiation, heat transfer, heating, cooling and condensation.
Formed competencies: knowledge of hydro-mechanical and heat exchange processes; knowledge of the processes of filtration, heat transfer, heating, cooling, condensation and thermal radiation; skills in determining the molecular weight of polymers.
Technology of the main production facilities PD 5 Questions to study: the main technological processes of modern production and their prospects for development; the causes and sources of the impact of technology on the environment; the technology of modern energy production.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the main technological processes; knowledge of the causes and sources of the impact of technology on the environment; understanding of the technology of modern energy production.
Methods of Teaching Chemistry PD 5 Questions to study: the history of the development of methods of teaching chemistry; didactic principles, structure and content of school chemical education; methods and methodological techniques of teaching chemistry; forms of organization of the educational process in chemistry; classification of teaching methods; lesson modeling; modern requirements for learning results; methods of conducting demonstration, laboratory experiments and practical classes.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the history of the development of chemistry teaching methods; understanding of the content system of school chemical education; knowledge of methods and their classification: educational method, verbal method; visual methods, practical methods; knowledge of the types and structures of chemistry lessons; ability to conduct demonstration, laboratory experiments and practical classes.
Cytology, histology and embryology BD 6 Questions to study: the history of the development of cytology, histology and embryology; cell and non-cellular structures; cytoplasmic organelles; cell structure and function; reproduction, pathological processes in cells; patterns of the origin and evolution of tissues, classification of tissues.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the history of the development of cytology, histology and embryology; knowledge of the basic laws of the development and vital activity of the body, tissues and organs; ability to work with magnifying equipment (microscopes, optical and simple magnifiers) in the study of histological, cytological, immunohistochemical preparations; knowledge of the classification of tissues.
Anatomy and Morphology of Plants BD 5 Questions to study: scientific knowledge about the anatomy and morphology of plants; plant cell; definitions and principles of tissue classification; reproduction and reproduction of plants; plant life forms.
Formed competencies: possession of basic knowledge of plant anatomy and morphology; knowledge of the cellular structure of plants; determination of the principles of tissue classification; knowledge of general information about plant reproduction.
Geobotany BD 5 Questions to study: the subject and tasks of geobotany; methods of studying vegetation cover; the history of the formation of geobotany; floral geobotany; ecological geobotany; cenological geobotany; basic methods of geobotanical research (identification of the composition and structure of phytocenoses, experimental phytocenology; classification of plant communities).
Formed competencies: knowledge of the goals, objectives and main sections of geobotany in the system of biological sciences; knowledge of basic concepts and terms; ability to present the history of the formation of geobotany; understanding of the main methods of geobotanical research; ability to determine the composition and structure of phytocenoses; knowledge of experimental phytocenology, classification of plant communities.
Biochemistry PD 5 Questions to study: stages of development and achievements of biochemistry; amino acids; properties and functions of proteins; enzymes, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins; hormones, classification, their specific properties; metabolism as a single system of biochemical processes.
Formed competencies: knowledge of biochemical reactions; understanding of the essence of chemical reactions occurring in the body, the mechanisms of regulation and their role in ensuring the vital activity of the body; possession of methods of qualitative and quantitative analysis of nucleic acids, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and hormones in biological material.
Systematics of Plants BD 5 Questions to study: classification of plant diversity; taxonomy sections: systematics, nomenclature and phylogenetics; fundamentals of systematics of prokaryotes, fungi, lower and higher plants; life forms and ecological groups of plants, their distribution depending on environmental conditions; theoretical and practical knowledge of modern plant systematics; rare and endangered plant species that are subject to protection and listed in the "Red Book".
Formed competencies: knowledge of the classification of plant diversity; knowledge of the systematics, nomenclature and phylogenetics of plants; the ability to distinguish the systematics of lower and higher plants; understanding of life forms and ecological groups of plants; the ability to identify rare and endangered plant species that are subject to protection and listed in the "Red Book".
Pedagogical Practice BD 5 Pedagogical practice is aimed at consolidating the theoretical knowledge gained during classroom classes, educational practices, through the direct participation of the student in the activities of the organization for the acquisition of professional skills and experience in the educational field
Zoology of invertebrates and vertebrates BD 7 Questions to study: scientific knowledge of modern zoology; morphology, physiology, ecology and systematics of invertebrates and vertebrates; basic methods of working with invertebrates and vertebrates in the laboratory; general characteristics of groups and types of invertebrates and vertebrates: a systematic review, lifestyle, geographical distribution.
Formed competencies: formation of scientific knowledge about modern zoology; knowledge of morphology, physiology, ecology and systematics of invertebrates and vertebrates; possession of basic zoological and comparative anatomical concepts; knowledge of the characteristics of groups and types of invertebrates and vertebrates.
Taxonomy of animals BD 7 Questions to study: the laws of animal development; the structure and functions of the animal body; a holistic study of anatomical, topographic, physiological species and age characteristics of animals; metabolism, homeostasis, physiological adaptation of animals.
Formed competencies: knowledge and understanding of the structure of organs and systems of animal organs, their specific features; understanding of the characteristics of life processes, the concepts of metabolism, homeostasis, physiological adaptation of humans and animals.
Biogeography and bioresources of Kazakhstan PD 7 Questions to study: the diversity of the resources of the plant and animal world of Kazakhstan; the main stages of the history of the study and economic development of individual groups and species of useful plants and animals in Kazakhstan.
Formed competencies: knowledge of methods for obtaining raw materials and areas of their application; skills in organizing research and environmental activities.
Plant physiology PD 6 Questions to study: plant cell physiology; chemicals that are part of a plant cell; metabolism and features of its regulation; osmotic, colloidal chemical mechanism; transpiration mechanism, transpiration regulation; photosynthetic pigments, pigment systems; respiratory metabolism pathways; chemical composition of plants, macro-and micro-elements; signs of lack and excess of elements; general growth patterns.
Formed competencies: knowledge in the field of plant physiology; knowledge of working with chemicals that are part of plant cells; knowledge of metabolism and its regulation features; understanding of the processes: transpiration, photosynthesis, ATP synthesis, adaptation; knowledge of the principles of the functional organization of plant objects and mechanisms of homeostatic regulation; knowledge of the physiological and biochemical foundations of the molecular mechanisms of plant vital activity.
Plant physiology and biochemistry PD 6 Questions to study: physiological processes of plants; basic laws of growth and development; physiological bases of adaptation and resistance of plants to environmental conditions; physiology and biochemistry of crop quality formation.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the basic laws of plant growth and development; possession of modern biophysical and biochemical methods of plant research.
Industrial and pedagogical practice 1 [HB] PD 10 Production and pedagogical practice 1 the practice is aimed at developing students ' skills in the field of teaching methods of disciplines in the subject specialization of general development
Fundamentals of Microbiology and Virology PD 5 Questions to study: the main sections of modern microbiology and virology; properties and characteristics of microorganisms, principles of systematics and morphology of microorganisms; the regularity of life and development of microorganisms and viruses; nutrient media of microorganisms and viruses; reaction to detect viruses.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the main sections of modern microbiology and virology; knowledge of the most important properties of microorganisms, their role in nature and various spheres of human activity; knowledge of basic microbiological methods and their scope of application; ability to prepare nutrient media for obtaining pure cultures of microorganisms; conducting reactions to detect viruses.
Immunology PD 5 Questions to study: the structure and principles of functioning of the human immune system; the reaction of the immune system in various immunopathological conditions; the mechanism of formation of the humoral and cellular immune response; the influence of various factors on the immune system; the molecular and genetic basis of immunological reactions and their regulation.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the structure, age characteristics and functions of the human immune system; knowledge of the reactions of the immune system in various immunopathological conditions; knowledge of the cellular immune response.
Genetics BD 5 Questions to study: subject, goals and objectives of genetics; structure and main directions of modern genetics; methods of genetic research; G. Mendel's laws; types of gene interaction; molecular bases of heredity; structure and functions of chromosomes; cell cycle: mitosis, meiosis, gametogenesis; genetics of sex; linked inheritance, crossing over; cytoplasmic heredity; variability, mutagenesis; changes in chromosomes; types of gene mutations.
Formed competencies: knowledge of the goals and objectives of genetics; understanding of the structure and main directions of modern genetics; knowledge of methods of genetic research; understanding of the basic terms and provisions of genetics, the laws of inheritance of traits; understanding of various genetic processes.
The Basics of Genetics Selection BD 5 Questions to study: the subject and methods of research; the doctrine of the source material in breeding; centers of origin of cultivated plants according to N.I.Vavilov; the concept of breed, variety, strain; sources of variability for selection; combinative variability; mutational variability; crossing systems in plant and animal breeding; inbreeding; linear selection; outbreeding; remote hybridization; heterosis, its genetic mechanisms; individual and mass selection and their significance; prospects for the development of breeding in connection with the success of molecular genetics and cytogenetics.
Formed competencies: understanding and explanation of breeding methods; the concept of a breed, variety, strain; knowledge of types of variability; knowledge of the development of breeding in connection with the success of molecular genetics and cytogenetics.
Pre-graduate practice [X B] PD 5 The pre-graduate practice is aimed at the systematic collection of materials on the topic of the thesis
Industrial and pedagogical practice 2 [HB] PD 5 Production and pedagogical practice 2 the practice is aimed at consolidating the theoretical knowledge obtained during classroom classes, pedagogical and educational practice, through the direct participation of the student in the activities of the organization for the acquisition of professional skills and experience in the educational field.
Writing and defending a thesis / project [HB] Additional cycle of disciplines 12