Научная статья на тему 'Information-communication technologies and multimedia in foreign language classes'

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Аннотация научной статьи по наукам об образовании, автор научной работы — Soliyeva Munavvar Ahmadovna, Nurullayev Bahrom Komiljonovich

This article discusses the use of new information technologies in teaching foreign language. It emphasizes that teaching English using information and communication technologies and multimedia is considered as a valuable tool for improving the quality of teaching.

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INFORMATION-COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES AND MULTIMEDIA IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES Soliyeva M.A.1, Nurullayev B.K.2

1Soliyeva Munavvar Ahmadovna - Teacher, ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT; 2Nurullayev Bahrom Komiljonovich - Student, MANAGEMENT (VOCATIONAL TRAINING), BUKHARA ENGINEERING-TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, BUKHARA, REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN

Abstract: this article discusses the use of new information technologies in teaching foreign language. It emphasizes that teaching English using information and communication technologies and multimedia is considered as a valuable tool for improving the quality of teaching.

Keywords: modern teaching materials, computer equipment, software, mental development.

The use of new information technologies in teaching is one of the most important aspects of improving and optimizing the educational process, enriching the arsenal of teaching tools and techniques, which allow diversifying the forms of work and making the lesson interesting and memorable for students [1, 55]. Modern teaching materials for teaching English are mainly didactic audio materials, and the resource possibilities of the Internet educational environment allow the use of new interactive programs.

In modern sources, information and communication technologies are a wide range of digital technologies used for creating, transmitting and distributing information and providing services (computer equipment, software, e-mail, cellular and satellite technologies, wireless and cable networks, multimedia. The use of modern educational technology allows you to go:

• from learning as a function of memorization to learning as a process of mental development;

• from a static knowledge model to a dynamic system of mental actions;

• from orientation to the average student to differentiated and individual training programs from external motivation of training to internal moral-volitional regulation.

Today, new methods with the use of ICT tools are opposed to the traditional teaching of foreign languages. Teaching English using information and communication technologies (ICT) and multimedia (MMS) is considered as a valuable tool for improving the quality of teaching. This method provides more effective communication and development of language literacy skills. ICT methodology allows students to go beyond the usual methods and promotes self-learning [2,24]. The main goal is to focus on auditory perception, text images, video images, animation and an interesting context. Using multimedia tools, students better understand the lessons, learn to think independently, at the same time developing all four basic skills of speech activity that are interconnected and complement each other. The main directions of use of ICT foreign language are multimedia lessons; testing on computers; telecommunication projects; lessons based on the author's computer presentations in the form of lectures, seminars, student reports.

Multimedia lessons can be conducted on the basis of computer training programs: "English Grammar." (program for studying English grammar) "Language Study" (the program helps to expand vocabulary).

Testing on computers. With the help of tests and online tests, you can check how well a student knows a particular material, how well he has learned English grammar, how extensive his vocabulary is. In addition, you can learn the general level of proficiency in English.

a) General installation tests - aimed at checking the knowledge of the language in general, as well as at checking certain areas of knowledge: the use of idioms, slang expressions, phrasal verbs.

b) Grammar tests - used to test knowledge of the rules of English grammar. The tests check various aspects of English grammar, their proper understanding, and ability to use them.

Lexical tests - used to check the vocabulary of learners of English. The tests check the knowledge of the basic necessary vocabulary of language learners in different areas of the English language.

Lessons based on the author's computer presentations in the form of lectures, seminars, student reports. One of the possibilities of using multimedia technologies in a lesson is a multimedia presentation with a bright video series (illustrations, video clips, sound). The use of computer presentations in the educational process allows students to intensify learning of the educational material and conduct classes at a qualitatively new level, using instead of the classroom board projection of slide films and reference tables from a computer screen onto a large wall screen. The presentation allows you to work on several types of memory: visual, auditory, emotional. Computer technology can be applied on almost any subject. One important thing is to find the border that will allow us to make the lesson truly educational and informative. The use of information technologies makes it possible to make the lesson modern, contributes to a significant improvement in the quality of education, make the learning process more interesting and creative. However, it must be remembered that the computer can not replace the teacher in the classroom. It is necessary to carefully plan the time of working with a computer in a classroom and use it exactly when it is really necessary.

References

1. Erben Tony, Ban Ruth and Castaneda Martha, 2009. Teaching Language Learners through Technology, New York: Routledge. P. 81.

2. Salaberry R.M., 1996. A theoretical foundation for development of pedagogical tasks in computer-mediated communication. Calico Journal. 14 (1), 5-34.

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