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On November 26, 2019, according to the approved schedule, an open lecture was held by the assistant professor of the Department of General History Tlenshina G.M.

       The lesson was held with students on the topic "Problems of youth and education in sociology."

       The lecture was attended by 38 students, teachers, as well as representatives of the Training Center.

        Associate Professor Tlenshina G.M. clearly defined the purpose and objectives of the lesson: the assimilation of the main categories and concepts of youth sociology, the identification of the main problems of modern youth, the coverage of youth policy in the Republic of Kazakhstan. In accordance with them, a lecture plan was compiled: 1. Youth as a socio-demographic group. Subject of sociology of youth; 2. Problems of youth in sociology; 3. State youth policy in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

        The creative approach called Flipped lesson method was used in conducting the lesson. Students in advance familiarized themselves with the theoretical material, watching a video lecture created by the teacher. All students were given the task of compiling questions on the topic. And the students from  NAR-82 and AKR-85 were given the task of conducting sociological research among students from high schools of Kokshetau and preparing presentations on the topics: “Modern youth of Kazakhstan: achievements and problems” and “Main results of the year of youth in Kazakhstan” .

        The lesson consisted of two parts. At the beginning there was a discussion of the topic during which the teacher briefly answered students' questions. In the second part of the lesson, students of NAR-82 and AKP-85 presented their work.

          The theoretical material was presented loud and clear, the work of students under the guidance of a teacher was prepared and planned in a good manner.

           Tlenshina G.M. She showed the ability to lead the audience, direct the educational process and activate students. The students' activity was manifested in independent study of the topic, statement and discussion of interesting issues, presentation of mini-projects.

          The lesson used interactive methods: dialogue, the method of critical thinking, which contributed to the effective assimilation by students of the basic issues and topics of the lecture.

         The present colleagues noted the relevance of the topic, gave a positive assessment and expressed gratitude to Tlenshina G.M. for a creative lesson.