The article describes a stage of teaching practicum taken by Master’s students majoring in 44.04.01 Pedagogical Education (Master’s Degree program) with the Khanty Philology profile, where a ‘cross-cutting’ native literature program was developed and tested for general education students. In the framework of the state national project for the revitalization of native indigenous languages and literature, it appears relevant to train educators who can teach indigenous languages and native literature in a comprehensive school. This study addressed the teaching and philological competencies that should be acquired in the process of vocational training. The research methodology rooted in the general scientific principles of objectivity, integrity, and concreteness. No less important in this work was the principle of historicism underlying the cultural-historical method of studying literature, which requires consideration of genres of works by Yugra’s writers. The systematic principle made it possible to holistically and comprehensively analyze the declared problem, eliminate the fragmentation in its presentation. Using the typological and system-analytical methods, a large amount of material on the studied topic was analyzed. The findings were summarized and the general conclusions were drawn. The modern Russian space of higher education requires new knowledge in the field of culture, language, and literature of the Ob Ugrians from the future teacher living in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra. This entails fundamental changes in the professional tasks that are solved by vocational education. Therefore, training must adapt to the requirements of the new context.
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Sebeleva Anastasia Valerievna, ORCID 0000-0002-9545-0105, Ph.D., Nizhnevartovsk State University, Nizhnevartovsk, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org; Chernopiskaya Kristina Aleksandrovna, Nizhnevartovsk State University, Nizhnevartovsk, Russia, email@example.com
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native literature; indigenous language; teaching practicum; state national project; Khanty; Mansi; indigenous peoples of the North; Ob Ugri-ans