Application of the Linguo Coaching in Teaching English as a Foreign Language : Case of Kazakhstan




Coaching approach, linguo-coaching, coaching sessions, coaching techniques


In the context of modernizing Kazakhstani education, there is a pressing need to identify new and effective approaches to teaching English at tertiary level. Among the current innovative, Pedagogical coaching aimes at increasing the efficiency of the teacher. The novelty of this study lies in the fact that Linguo Coaching method is not developed in Kazakhstani educational system yet and has a big potential to be implemented. In the study, a portfolio of coaching sessions for teachers has been designed and explains its effectiveness. The practical outcome of the study is a set of selected coaching techniques, which have been used to form a portfolio of coaching sessions for foreign language teachers. The findings of the study may be utilized by institutions specializing in advanced teacher training. The aim of the article is to disclose the contribution of adapted AJ Hoge English teaching method to the success of Linguo Coaching.  The approach is relevant for today and the task is to investigate the role of coaching technologies to enable an experimental group of students to learn faster and better.


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How to Cite

Altayevna, M. D., & Mirici, I. H. (2024). Application of the Linguo Coaching in Teaching English as a Foreign Language : Case of Kazakhstan . Pegem Journal of Education and Instruction, 14(4), 445–456.