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Аннотация (русский):
Objective: The main goal of this article is the effective use of innovative technologies in teaching English. Using this innovative approach lies in the ability to effectively learn foreign communicative competence. A communicative approach involves learning to communicate and developing the ability to intercultural interaction, which is the basis for the functioning of the Internet. Outside of communication, the Internet does not make sense - it is an international, multinational, cross-cultural society whose livelihoods are based on electronic communication of millions of people around the world who speak at the same time - the most gigantic in terms of size and number of participants in a conversation that has ever occurred. By joining it in English lesson, we are creating a model of real communication that is relevant in the context of global self-isolation of people. Methods: This article discusses active methods, among which the most common are didactic games, business games. The main goal of the didactic game is a collective, focused training activity, when each participant and the team as a whole are united by solving the main problem and orientates their behavior towards winning. Also, the goal of a business game is the formation and development of specific skills to act in clearly defined situations. Results: The development of education today is associated with an increase in the level of its information potential. This characteristic largely determines both the direction of evolution of education itself and the future of the whole society. For the most successful orientation in the global information space, it is necessary for students to master the information culture, since the Internet is increasingly giving priority to the search for information. The teacher’s task is to intensify the student’s cognitive activity in the process of teaching foreign languages. Modern specialists need personal qualities based not only on logic, but also on intuition and creativity: rational and figurative-sensual thinking, reflection, quick response to a situation, determination, the ability to make decisions in the face of uncertainty and competitiveness. Scientific novelty: A didactic model is theoretically grounded, characterized by innovative technology for teaching professional foreign language communication based on the Internet class. The didactic-psychological conditions for the implementation of this model of training in the conditions of work in the mode of direct access to the Internet are determined, the didactic properties of the computer information environment as a modern media and component of media education are disclosed. Practical significance: Modern pedagogical technologies, such as training in collaboration, a project methodology, the use of new informative technologies, and Internet resources help to implement a personality-oriented approach to learning, provide individualization and differentiation of training, taking into account students’ abilities, their level of training, inclinations, etc.

Ключевые слова:
communication, communicative competence, innovation, modern technology, motivation
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