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МОБИЛЬНЫЕ ТЕХНОЛОГИИ КАК ИНСТРУМЕНТ ОБУЧЕНИЯ АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ КАК ИНОСТРАННОМУ

https://doi.org/10.52512/2306-5079-2021-86-2-158-168

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Аннотация

Даже массовый интерес к мобильным приложениям не способствовал их интеграции в учебные программы в качестве инструмента обучения английскому языку как иностранному. Целью настоящего обзорного исследования является выявление современного состояния и перспектив применения мобильных технологий при обучении иностранному языку. Методологической основой исследования является теоретический анализ литературных данных по теме исследования. По результатам изучения современных эмпирических исследований, проведенных в Австралии, Китае, Иране, Турции, Саудовской Аравии, Кипре, Японии, Малайзии, Испании, Тайване и других странах,  было заключено, что использование мобильных технологий в обучении иностранным языкам в большинстве случаев даёт положительные результаты ввиду ряда преимуществ мобильных устройств по сравнению с классическими педагогическими средствами. При этом отмечается, что исследователям ещё только предстоит научиться проводить методологически обоснованные, статистически релевантные исследования, которые бы охватывали, помимо применения мобильных технологий, и другие аспекты учебной деятельности. Авторы приходят к выводу, что при изучении приложений исследователям не следует пытаться найти мобильное приложение, которое может обучить учащихся всему, что им нужно, но следует изучать способы, которыми отдельные приложения помогают освоить иностранный язык.

Об авторах

Г. С. Бимашева
Западно-Казахстанский аграрно-технический университет имени Жангир хана
Казахстан

Бимашева Гульнафис Сисенгалиевна, старший преподаватель, Центр развития языков

Уральск, 090009, ул. Жангир хана, д. 51



Ш. Г. Искакова
Западно-Казахстанский аграрно-технический университет имени Жангир хана
Казахстан

Искакова Шынар Гильмановна, старший преподаватель, Центр развития языков

Уральск, 090009, ул. Жангир хана, д. 51



А. А. Шибинтаева
Западно-Казахстанский аграрно-технический университет имени Жангир хана
Казахстан

Шибинтаева Алия Алемжановна, старший преподаватель, Центр развития языков

Уральск, 090009, ул. Жангир хана, д. 51



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Для цитирования:


Бимашева Г.С., Искакова Ш.Г., Шибинтаева А.А. МОБИЛЬНЫЕ ТЕХНОЛОГИИ КАК ИНСТРУМЕНТ ОБУЧЕНИЯ АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ КАК ИНОСТРАННОМУ. Вестник Казахского национального женского педагогического университета. 2021;(2):158-168. https://doi.org/10.52512/2306-5079-2021-86-2-158-168

For citation:


Bimasheva G.S., Iskakova S.G., Shibintayeva A.A. MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES AS A TOOL IN EFL TEACHING. Bulletin of Kazakh National Women's Teacher Training University. 2021;(2):158-168. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.52512/2306-5079-2021-86-2-158-168

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