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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2016. № 5. Part 3. P. 193-195.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Pedagogical Sciences
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Vas'bieva Dinara Giniyatullovna
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation

Abstract. The article deals with the relevance of the use of mobile phones for the foreign language teaching in a non-linguistic higher education establishment. The effect of lexical exercises done with the help of mobile phones on the vocabulary learning by students and vocabulary enrichment is studied. The author concludes that the use of mobile phones as a teaching aid contributes to the successful work of students, thereby improving their motivation to learn a foreign language.
Key words and phrases: мобильные технологии, самостоятельная работа, иноязычная образовательная среда, мотивация студентов, мобильное обучение, обучение лексике, mobile technologies, self-guided work, foreign language educational environment, motivation of students, mobile teaching, vocabulary teaching
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