The article considers the experience of teaching a foreign language during the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) at the time when the full transition to online learning in higher education was implemented. Since March 2020, the e-learning technologies have become the only possible teaching tool. The transition to the full distance learning and the widespread use of electronic digital environments and online educational platforms were used twice: April-May 2020, November-December 2020. We applied the flipped learning technology (“flipped classroom”) to organize the effective foreign language learning during COVID-19 pandemic in higher education. The author considers that the flipped foreign language teaching implies that grammar and vocabulary should be learnt partly by students themselves and online classes be devoted to practical exercises. The author describes in detail the above learning technology, presents its advantages during the period of distance learning and also demonstrates the experience of planning homework and giving online classes in the time of the coronavirus pandemic using the flipped learning technology. The article presents application of the flipped learning during French classes with the students of economics in the Department of Foreign Languages and Translation of the Ural Federal University, Russia. In order to identify the attitude of students towards the chosen learning technology, we conducted a survey. We found that the effectiveness of the flipped learning in teaching foreign languages in distance education depended on the level of students' motivation to study the discipline, the presence of clearly structured assignments and the use of active teaching methods during online classes.
|Título traducido de la contribución||APPLICATION OF FLIPPED LEARNING TECHNOLOGY IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC|
|Número de páginas||13|
|Publicación||Вестник Пермского национального исследовательского политехнического университета. Проблемы языкознания и педагогики|
|Estado||Published - 2021|
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