APPLICATION OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Mavjuda Mardievna Bolibekova
Associate Professor, PhD, faculty of Foreign philology, National University of Uzbekistan, Mbolibekova1970@mail.ru
The article is devoted to the issue of using various computer technologies in teaching a foreign language. The advantages and disadvantages of modern computer technologies are characterized; describes the experience of using computer technology in the process of teaching a foreign language to students of natural sciences. Recently, there has been a tendency to reduce the interest of students of higher educational institutions in foreign language classes. Traditional forms of education drastically lag behind the modern perception of information: students study the necessary material abstractly, preferring to furtively browse the news on social networks during class. In the process of traditional education, students often do not have the opportunity to realize their needs for self-expression, self-knowledge. The practical lesson is aimed mainly at the passive assimilation of the material offered by the teacher, memorizing the rules, without the abilities, inclinations, and interests of students. We believe that in the modern educational process it is necessary to apply interesting, non-standard forms of education, which, in our opinion, will allow us to return students' lost interest in learning a foreign language. The teacher needs to move away from the standard practical lesson to some extent, introduce something new into it that could attract attention, activate students’ activity encourage them to act, think and search.
Keywords: English, computer technology, Internet, foreign language teaching, methodology
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