Multimedia Technologies In Russian As A Foreign Language Lessons (Medical Text)

Abstract

Multimedia systems and technologies have brought education and development of its prospects to a new level. The requirements which are presented to a modern education - development of creative abilities, upbringing of a person who is ready to assimilate new knowledge and the formation of a worldview - can be implemented in lessons by improving and creating new teaching methods which use multimedia technologies. The purpose of the article is to analyze the use of multimedia tools in the work on medical texts in Russian as a foreign language lessons at a higher educational institution. The authors used theoretical and empirical research methods to achieve this goal, which made it possible to prove a statistically more successful implementation of didactic tasks while multimedia technologies using. A questionnaire that proved the effectiveness of the above means was conducted. There are also guidelines for using multimedia in study of medical scientific text in a foreign language audience. Carried out research proves that immersion into multimedia environment gives an opportunity not only for full realization of didactic goals of the lesson, but also for developing of student's intellect, teaches him to freely navigate in the flow of information, isolating the necessary, apply gained knowledge, aiming at the future in the course of further education.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.247

Online ISSN

2357-1330