Distance Learning Of The Russian At The Technical University In The Pandemic

Abstract

The article is devoted to the issues of distance learning of the Russian language. Various electronic resources are presented: specially created textbooks, manuals, well-known platforms and programs. The disciplines studied at a polytechnic university such as “Russian language and Speech Culture”, “Theory and Practice of Intercultural Communication”, “Russian as a Foreign Language” are considered in this article. The electronic distance course on the speech culture and the Russian language includes video lectures on the Zoom electronic platform and the placement of educational methodological complex blocks on the “Electronic University” platform. It is noted that an electronic manual, which is a hypertext document, was actively used for conducting lectures. The use of modern information technologies in the distance study of intercultural communication is aimed at developing the professional competence of a master student by mastering the main technological approaches to designing his own virtual educational environment. The course for international postgraduates is developed on the Moodle platform, where the teacher has the opportunity to independently create a course taking into account the individual characteristics of the group and each student. It is reported that distance learning of the Russian as a foreign language for the students of the preparatory faculty in the pandemic was carried out using distance courses, Skype, Zoom, Dingtalk, Google services. Finally, it is concluded that the teacher needs to learn how to correctly use the reflexive potential of the network space in order to create a flexible model of professionally oriented distance learning.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

01.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.9

Online ISSN

2357-1330