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The constructive approach argues that cultural identity determines ethnicity through the dominance of social, political and economic factors. This approach was formed thanks to the theories of M. Weber, E. Durkheim and K. Marx. The purpose is to conduct a pedagogical study on the formation of information and cognitive competence of a multilingual personality of a student of the Aktobe Regional State University named after K. Zhubanov, 3 courses, pedagogical specialties. The research methodology is the theory of I.V. Leushina. The survey data showed the percentage of students that use various IT services for independent learning of foreign languages (audio podcasts, video podcasts) and various online applications of a general nature (LinguaLeo, Duolingo, etc.). The results revealed a fairly high motivation of students to use IT tools in foreign language classes. Within the framework of the formed educational competencies, recommended by the state standard of higher education of the Republic of Kazakhstan, it is necessary to highlight information and cognitive.
Keywords: foreign language, IT services, information competence, multilingual personality, formation
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