Ivanova Natalia Nickolaevna
Кандидат филологических наук, Associate Professor of the Department of Social -Humanitarian and Natural Sciences, Pskov Branch of the Academy of Federal Penal Service of Russia, nataliya.ivanova.73@list.ru, Pskov

Integrating online Teaching English into the system of higher education

The article discusses current problems in organizing and conducting online classes. The effectiveness and compliance of online teaching English with the modern competence approach in the process of evaluation of effectiveness of the selected learning model. The purpose of the article is to justify effectiveness of managing the student’s learning activities in the process of online learning through an optimal combination of possibilities of Moodle electronic educational environment and the use of interactive pedagogical technologies. Methodology and methods of research. The study was conducted on the basis of the implementation of the model of online English course as a process of building up students’ professionally significant competencies, development of students’ self-regulation strategies and improvement of their soft skills and abilities. The research methods used were the analysis of pedagogical, socio-psychological, scientific-methodological and special professional literature on the problem of research; purposeful observation of the process of development and training of students, analysis of experimental data, questionnaires. The developed model of online English course was implemented as part of an experimental study of the discipline “The English Language”. Conclusion. It is worth noting that the implementation of online teaching model based on the concepts of Edutainment, Self-Regulative Strategies of learning, as well as communicative approach with the use of interactive pedagogical technologies integrated into content-based learning corresponds to the modern competence-based approach implemented in the educational process of the discipline “The English Language”.
electronic environment Moodle, online teaching, interactive pedagogical technologies, self-regulation strategies, universal skills and abilities

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