MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES FOR OPTIMIZING FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AT UNIVERSITY
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Konoplianyk, L., & Pryshupa, Y. (2021). MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES FOR OPTIMIZING FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AT UNIVERSITY. InterConf, (46), 58-66. https://doi.org/10.51582/interconf.19-20.03.2021.006

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The article analyses the methodological potential of applying mobile technologies for optimizing foreign language teaching at a technical university. The authors specify the term “mobile learning”, analyze various mobile technologies used in foreign language teaching, indicate their advantages, and identify the language skills (reading, listening, speaking, or writing) of the undergraduates, which can be developed by using mobile technologies in foreign language learning. The study reveals the opportunities for applying these technologies for creating a personalized learning environment for students that will help transform them into active and engaged learners.

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