Проблемные аспекты интеграции компьютерно-опосредованной коммуникации в учебный процесс по иностранному языку
The article discusses the didactic potential of computer-mediated communication (CMC) and the challenges of integrating CMC tools into foreign language education.
This article examines the distinct differences between ‘distance education’ and ‘e-learning’ in higher education settings, analyzes the advantages of e-learning, formulates the main directions of its use in the educational environment pedagogical university. The article describes the experience of using e-learning in training courses for teachers of economics in the project of the Institute for Economic Education of the University by Carl von Ossietzky (Germany) and Herzen State Pedagogical university of Russia.
ля сопровождения и обеспечения учебного процесса на всех уровнях образования, а также профессиональной подготовки.
There is currently the growing interest to the issue of bilingual creativity and language play in different communicative spheres, including the sphere of computer-mediated communication. The present article aims to reveal the peculiarities of English-Russian language play in the area of internet domain names and to highlight their significance for the investigation of the English language status in modern Russia.
The paper discusses some educational features of a modern media-sharing tool (VoiceThread) and highlights its pedagogical affordances in foreign language education.
Information and communication technology (ICT) is accepted as one of the foundations of modern society. ICTs have become an important part of the modern culture and almost all aspects of life. The information revolution started in the developed countries and mainly these countries have benefitted from these technologies. There are significant differences between developed and developing countries regarding accessing and using ICTs. This can be defined as the global digital divide. There are also different types of the digital divide within a country, such as the gender divide, the age divide, and the income divide. In this paper, the authors explore the digital divide within and between Russia and Turkey.
The paper is devoted to the development of computer-mediated communication in the last 15 years. The autor posits that contemporary society appropriated virtual discourse practices, changed and was changed by them. The language of the Net is the language of the society as a whole.
The article reviews the benefits and challenges of implementing telecollaboration projects in foreign language teaching practices. Based on the analysis of available data on international telecollaboration projects (90s – up to the present), the author identifies and discusses ten foremost challenges of telecollaboration exchanges in foreign language settings. Detailed examples from real practice are provided to illustrate some of the points proposed. The author provides some practical recommendations to help facilitate the planning and integration of telecollaboration projects into the foreign language classroom.