MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGIES AT THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE LESSONS IN NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITIES

  • The authors:
    Landysh V. Akhmetshina
  • Issue:November 16th, 2018
  • Pages: 194-201
  • Section: Cross-cultural communication as a factor in educational activities
  • URL: http://conferences-ifl.rudn.ru/194-201/
  • DOI:10.22363/09129-2018-194-201

Abstract: This article deals with the organization of students’ independent work, taking into account the original part in the field of being a foreign languages tutor at the university. The paper analyzes the experience of French teachers, identifies positive and negative factors of this activity. The study establishes that for more than a decade the Language Resource Centers have been successfully operating in France, in which teachers do not conduct traditional classes, but act as advisers, while students choosefrom the offered information the material necessary for them to study and independently organize their studies process. The article analyzes the role of multimedia educational technologies in the modern educational process, and their influence on the quality of education, its effectiveness. Multimedia tools have enormous learning opportunities in the process of learning English. Multimedia programs can significantly enrich the knowledge and expand the learning environment. In this paper, the authors consider how such programs help to create an environment similar to the environment of natural communication, which is especially important for independent work. Multimedia allows you tolearn a significant amount of educational material at less time. The process of managing and providing modern education is increasingly implemented on the basis of information and telecommunication technologies, since they provide an opportunity to improve the efficiency and quality of the educationalprocess in its most numerous aspects. In conclusion, it is indicated that multimedia technologies stimulate students to work in an individual rhythm, increase interest and motivation to learn at the expense of interactivity, inexhaustible resources, the possibility of instant automatic testing of work online.

Keywords: teaching of foreign languages, studying, higher education,
individual work, multimedia technologies, interactive forms

Landysh V. Akhmetshina
Volga region state academy of physical culture, sport and tourism, Kazan, Russia
e-mail: Fazan_nlv@mail.ru

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