Internet technologies in teaching foreign languages

Rezeda R. Khakimullina, Roza A. Ayupova, Luiza R. Zakirova, Maria Luisa Ortiz Alvarez

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The article deals with the importance of the use of modern information and communication technologies at the English language lessons at school, emphasizing the increasing role of foreign languages and information technologies in the world. Great importance is attached to the implementation of a personal computer, multimedia technology and the global Internet in the education system, which causes significant changes in the content and methods of teaching foreign languages. In addition, the research proves the importance of studying a foreign language by means of the use of mobile technologies. The authors consider a number of modern mobile applications, the use of which will contribute to the more effective learning of a foreign language and the formation of lexical competence at the senior stage of teaching in particular. At the same time, through the implementation of the pedagogical experiment, the article gives an objective assessment of the effectiveness of the computer programme in the formation of lexical competence of senior school students.


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computer technologies, multimedia, foreign language, computer programme, intercultural communication, lexical competence

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