DEVELOPING COMMUNICATION SKILLS WHEN USING ELECTRONIC EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
Elena Andreeva1*, Inna Korneva2, Elvina Kapustina3
1Assist. Prof. Dr., Kazan Federal University, The Russian Federation, email@example.com
2Senior teacher, Kazan Federal University, The Russian Federation, firstname.lastname@example.org
3Senior teacher, Kazan Federal University, The Russian Federation, email@example.com
The article describes the structure of the electronic educational resource “Land engineering and water management”, presents the main types of exercises and tasks that contribute to the development of communication skills through learning situations that help learners master various types of speech activity. Particular attention is paid to the description of the practice-oriented exercises created using the Hot Potatoes program, which is an instrumental wrapper program that allows you to personalize training, controlling the pace and quality of each task; establish feedback and have an objective assessment of the results of students' work. The material of the article reflects the main didactic principles (clarity, interactivity, practical orientation, accessibility, science and consistency of presentation of the material, modularity), which must be considered when drawing up exercises. The result of the research is the conclusion that electronic educational resources help to increase the motivation to learn a foreign language, and also provide ample opportunities for the development of all types of speech activity in the process of performing communication tasks selected by compilers taking into account the specifics of student learning.
Keywords: higher school, student, foreign language teaching, electronic educational resource, communication skills, exercises, didactic principles.
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