NATIONAL-REGIONAL COMPONENT IN TEACHING THE KALMYK LANGUAGE IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSLINGUAL TRENDS
Vladimir N. Mushaev, Vera I. Mushaeva
Kalmyk State University named after B.B. Gorodovikov, Russian Federation
Issues of ethnic self-identification in the era of globalization and the absence in the country and regions of a well-thought-out linguistic ideology for the languages of national minorities is a catalyst for the disadvantage of an ethnic group. The existing normative acts, at best, only declare an increase in the list of measures, without affecting the analysis, ideology and the system of measures for real motivation of the process of functioning and reanimation of the ethnic identity of such ethnic groups. In this regard, the issues of the content, volume and sequence of the presentation of the national-regional component seems to us relevant in the light of the translingual aspects in the ethnolinguocultural field of the Turkic-Mongol peoples. On the Kalmyk case, the article examines the content and levels of teaching of the national-regional component within the framework of a continuous education system. Typological studies of evaluative and comparative-associative linguistic means of expressing the linguistic pictures of the world of the Turkic-Mongolian region indicate the possibility and necessity of translational models of the regional component of education. The paper presents the practical results of the scientific, methodological, organizational and publishing activities of scientific and educational centers on the creation of a continuous system of teaching the Kalmyk language with a brief description of the work in the areas under consideration. The conclusions include the primary measures to improve the linguistic situation in the region.
Keywords: Linguistic ideology, ethnocultural connotation, continuous learning system, Kalmyk language, Turkic-Mongolian region
For citation: Mushaev V.N., Mushaeva V.I. National-regional component in teaching the Kalmyk language in the light of translingual trends. Sociolinguistics, 2021, no. 1(5) [online], pp. 63–77. (In Russ.) DOI: 10.37892/2713-2951-2021-1-5-63-77