MEDIA RESOURCES IN TEACHING LISTENING IN THE FRAMEWORK OF ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES

  • Irina Sergeevna Nalimova Institución Universitaria Salazar y Herrera
  • Ekaterina Borisovna Voronina Kazan Federal University

Resumen

The article deals with the problem of using modern information technologies in teaching English for specific purposes. It is primarily focused on teaching listening comprehension in the professional field of medicine with the help of media resources, which provide new opportunities for learning English and using it in many professional areas. The relevance of the problem is due to the fact that media resources are an integral part of the educational process. Methodological base for the investigation is the course of the experiment carried out in the process of teaching English to students of medical department of Kazan Federal University. The results of the experiment can be applied in integration of such language aspects as reading, listening and speaking in the framework of teaching ESP. The article proceedings may be useful for specialists, researchers and teachers of English, who deal with the language of a certain professional field. The methodological material worked out by the authors can serve as an example for further development and implementation in the educational process.

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Biografía del autor/a

Irina Sergeevna Nalimova, Institución Universitaria Salazar y Herrera

Asistente Centro de Investigación

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Publicado
2017-10-07
Sección
ARTÍCULOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN