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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 12. Part 1. P. 139-142.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Pedagogical Sciences
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DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING

Pevneva Inna Vladimirovna, Gavrishina Ol'ga Nikolaevna
Ibrahim Cecen University, Agri, Turkey

Kemerovo State University


Abstract. The article examines the possibilities to use modern digital developments in foreign language teaching at a higher school. The mentioned technologies allow raising students’ motivation for teaching, stimulating the development of the autonomous learning skills, reducing the anxiety level. The authors analyze the problems and prospects for the use of educational technologies based on the digital and mobile applications.
Key words and phrases: компьютерные технологии, инновационное обучение, иностранный язык, подкасты, медийное мышление, коммуникация, информационные технологии, computer technologies, innovative teaching, foreign language, podcasts, media thinking, communication, information technologies.
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