Formation of foreign language professionally oriented competence of future foreign language teachers with the use of electronic educational resources
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AuthorProvorova, Yevheniia M.; Harasym, Tetiana O.; Zubryk, Andriana R.; Ladyka, Olha V.; Shepitchak, Valentyna A.
Universidad de Granada
LinguodidacticsForeign Language CompetenceE-learningCloud TechnologiesIndependent WorkPersonal Educational Trajectory
Yevheniia M. Provorova, Tetiana O. Harasym, Andriana R. Zubryk, Olha V. Ladyka & Valentyna A. Shepitchak (2020). Formation of foreign language professionally oriented competence of future foreign language teachers with the use of electronic educational resources. Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 11(1). 1 – 12 [DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.001]
The study tested electronic educational resources recommended and selected for development of language competencies in future teachers. Motivational, cognitive and communicative criteria were chosen as indicators of professional readiness. The research involved relevant methods and forms of improving language competencies and diagnostic methods. Meanwhile the level of the development of professional competencies was monitored with reasonable adjustment of students’ independent work. The choice of electronic educational resources as the main tool of independent work improves the linguistic communicative competencies of students, activates their search, learning and selforganization; motivates to create their own educational trajectory, and improves the academic performance. The use of electronic resources is not an independent technology for teachers’ training; it requires implementation in the educational process. The effectiveness of these methods of organizing the educational process is 25% of the quantitative composition of the experimental groups, so the subject of the study requires development and implementation in the educational field. The effectiveness of application of the results determines practical value of this article. The offered methods can be applied to students majoring in the Humanities, and in independent language study. This research can be used for development of programs and courses in independent, distance and differentiated learning.