AUDIOVISUAL MEANS IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE


Keywords: audiovisual teaching aids, video, method, Russian as a foreign language, feature film

Abstract

The purpose of the research is elucidation of audiovisual media in the process of teaching Russian language as a foreign language. The task of the work is to study the existing types of audiovisual means of training; analysis of the possibilities of using audiovisual means as a modern type of training. The object of the research is audiovisual media, through which while learning of the Russian language as a foreign language appropriate mastering of the material is carried out. Descriptive method and method of analysis of intelligence information are used. As a result of the research, the main methodological aspects of work with audiovisual means of education on Russian as foreign language lessons were highlighted. Conclusions: 1. The key stages of the work are chosen according to the scheme «task – viewing a film – task». 2. The task before watching a movie involves analyzing information about the movie. 3. The tasks after watching a movie include exercises on understanding of the content, as well as the consolidation and introduction of the new vocabulary in the broadcast. 4. The broadcast of feature films has both an emotional effect, and serves as an impetus for activating an additional stimulus in the next educational, practical, and creative activity. The analysis made it possible for us to determine that the film's review must include the appropriate purpose, everyday situations, clear dialogues, in which repetitive words and phrases that occur on the film repeatedly help to better remember the new vocabulary and as a result – the development of speech activity students The ability to compare read and seen causes excessive interest of students and activates them into cognitive activity. The feature film is not a universal admission, but it has certain prerogatives: it provides work of educational value, which helps in the process of intensive language proficiency; suppresses the psychological potential of the student (development of attention, memory, thinking); promotes the interconnection of various types of speech activity; takes into account peculiarities of language usage in various stylistic aspects, etc.

 

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Published
2019-07-01
How to Cite
Zaiets, A. V. (2019). AUDIOVISUAL MEANS IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE. Problems of General and Slavic Linguistics, (3), 24-30. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.15421/251904