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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2016. № 5. Part 2. P. 179-181.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Pedagogical Sciences
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THE USE OF INNOVATIVE COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION IN A NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER SCHOOL

Vas'bieva Dinara Giniyatullovna
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation


Abstract. The article considers the use of innovative computer technologies, stirring to activity in professional communication in educational foreign language environment. The author draws a conclusion that computer technology of smartphone maintenance of information and educational foreign language environment contributes to the optimization of the process of teaching a foreign language to students of a financial and economic profile.
Key words and phrases: компьютерные технологии, смартфон, самостоятельная работа, иноязычная образовательная среда, педагогические технологии, мобильность, computer technologies, smartphone, independent work, a foreign language educational environment, pedagogical technologies, mobility.
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