МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЙ ОПЫТ И ПЕРСПЕКТИВЫ СМЕШАННОГО ОБУЧЕНИЯ РУССКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ КАК ИНОСТРАННОМУ В ВУЗАХ
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смешанное обучение, русский язык как иностранный, модель, ИКТ blended learning, Russian as a foreign language, model, ICT aralash ta'lim, rus tili chet tili sifatida, model, AKT

Аннотация

Based on the results of the analysis of international experience in the introduction of blended learning in the teaching of foreign languages, the article discusses the ways of implementing and prospects for the use of blended learning technology in teaching Russian as a foreign language in universities of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The article attempts to describe the most effective models of blended teaching of Russian as a foreign language, to highlight their advantages and possible disadvantages. A small survey conducted among teachers and students of the Faculty of Philology of Gulistan State University allows us to talk about the positive impact of blended learning technology on the results of the development of specific language skills in students, the motivation and satisfaction of students, the effectiveness of the organization of the learning process itself. At the same time, a number of difficulties were identified that teachers and students may encounter in the implementation of blended learning.

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