Kakbaevna T.Z.,Pavlodar State Pedagogical Institute |
Eglambekovych K.C.,Pavlodar State Pedagogical Institute |
Anna A.,Pavlodar State Pedagogical Institute |
Abuovna K.G.,Innovative University of Eurasia
Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia | Year: 2015
The article describes the concept of an electronic textbook on Biology in English, developed for the purpose of implementing multilingual education in the secondary schools of the Republic of Kazakhstan with Russian as a language of instruction. The described type of the electronic textbook is a closed one; its advantages over the open type are revealed. The advantages of the electronic textbook compared with a conventional one (paper) are explained, in particular, its didactic possibilities concerning polyperceptual impact on a student's perception, control over the assimilation of knowledge and skills, interactive process of assimilation and control. Basic methodological principles of the electronic textbook are determined: teaching a subject through the English language; modular and thematic principle of the textbook content; minimizing the theoretical text material, the emphasis on voicing and visualization of the content; technical accessibility for main users-subject teachers and students. The structure of the textbook, which consists of three main components, is presented in detail: presentation, training and supervision. Adobe Flash CS4 is chosen as a lookup programme for the textbook. The programme has wide interactive and animation capabilities that are sufficiently technically available for the main users-subject teachers and students. The article also deals with the problems of translation of biological terminology into English.
Gaisina S.,Innovative University of Eurasia
Central Asian Survey | Year: 2011
This paper reviews the characteristics of the agricultural credit policy in Kazakhstan with a particular focus on emerging rural financial institutions. It is not easy to evaluate the real effect of credit policies due to the limited funds directed at agricultural production. Kazakhstani experience shows that commercial banks are used almost exclusively to provide agricultural producers with credit, while the new specialized credit institutions emerging in the agricultural sector only cater to a very small fraction of the total demand for credit. Presently, there are discussions in Kazakhstan concerning the creation of a specialized agricultural bank; however, this idea has some shortcomings that should be taken into consideration. Lack of credit is one of the main reasons for insufficient investment in agriculture. The underdeveloped land market in Kazakhstan makes formal credit institutions very cautious about accepting agricultural land as collateral.© 2011 Southseries Inc.
Glazachev A.V.,Tomsk Polytechnic University |
Dementyev Y.N.,Tomsk Polytechnic University |
Negodin K.N.,Tomsk Polytechnic University |
Umursakova A.D.,Innovative University of Eurasia
EPJ Web of Conferences | Year: 2016
The article gives the mathematical description of an asynchronous motor with the indirect control of the output mechanical variables of an asynchronous motor in the electric drive. To determine the electromagnetic torque and angular velocity of the asynchronous motor in the electric drive the mathematical description is used in which the values are determined by the readings of the motor and easily measured values by means of known in practice devices. The proposed in the article the mathematical description for the indirect measuring the electromagnetic torque and angular velocity of the asynchronous motor in the electric drive does not contain the integral components that introduce the great error into the value of the controlled electromagnetic torque and angular velocity. © Owned by the authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2016.
Zaitseva N.M.,Innovative University of Eurasia |
Isabekova B.B.,Pavlodar State University |
Kletsel' M.Y.,Tomsk Polytechnic University
Russian Electrical Engineering | Year: 2015
This paper is dedicated to the development of techniques allowing for design solutions to be refined on grounding devices. The resistivity is used in the design of grounders in dependence on the soil humidity, temperature, and density. To determine soil humidity at the depth of soil occurrence, two models are used: depending on the season at a depth of up to 1 m and depending on the level of groundwaters at depths of more than 1 m. The models are developed based on the fuzzy logic theory and data from water stations and geological exploration. The technique and corresponding dependencies are used to find the temperature of soil layers during a year and calculate soil resistivity. Temperature was simulated based on the Fourier theory of thermal conductivity and data from weather stations. It is shown that these methods and dependencies allow one to calculate more precisely the resistances of grounders at the design stage. The obtained in vitro dependencies of soil resistivity on the soil humidity and density are considered. These dependencies allow one to refine the dynamics of change in the grounder resistance from the time of installation to complete soil subsidence. © 2015, Allerton Press, Inc.
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