Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 10. Number 1. March 2019                                           Pp. 47- 55
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.24093/awej/vol10no1.4

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Electronic Educational Environment Moodle in English Language Training 

Anna V. Butova
Foreign Languages for Engineering Chair Institute of Humanities,
Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University,
Magnitogorsk, Russia

 Angelina I. Dubskikh
Foreign Languages for Engineering Chair Institute of Humanities,
Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University,
Magnitogorsk, Russia

 Olesya V. Kisel
Foreign Languages for Engineering Chair Institute of Humanities,
Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University,
Magnitogorsk, Russia

 Elena G. Chigintseva
 Preschool and Special Education Chair Institute of Humanities,
Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University,
Magnitogorsk, Russia

 

 

Abstract:
The article deals with the causes, methods and functions of using E-learning in the process of training students English, as well as changing teacher’s and learner’s roles in the educational process. The introduction of information and communication technologies in educational and research processes is a compulsory requirement to implement the concept of modernization in Russian education. Recently, interest in English as a means of international communication has increased significantly, it has already been recognized as the language of professional communication in various fields of activity. The relevance of this work is undoubted. Modern higher school teachers are constantly looking for more effective approaches in training English and in the process of creating an electronic educational environment that would allow students access to various sources of information and help satisfy the interests of the modern student. The goal of the research is to increase the efficiency of training English in the system of higher professional education through the development and use of educational software products that apply modern information technology. Methods to achieve this goal include the method of using computer technology, methods of network planning and project management. The research showed that the organization of the information-instrumental educational environment uses a student centered approach, the development of an electronic educational and methodological complex (EEMC) is a search for an algorithm, most adapted to the student’s cognitive needs, and EEMC in English creates the best conditions for the principle of interactivity. The practical significance of the study is determined by the fact that its materials related to the method of creating multimedia tasks and virtual environments can be used in the practical work of universities, as well as in the system of further training for specialists.
Keywords: information and communication technologies, education modernization, e-learning, virtual educational environment, English language training

Cite as: Butova, A.V., Dubskikh, A. I., Kisel , O. V., &  Chigintseva, E. G.  (2019). Electronic Educational Environment Moodle in English Language Training. Arab World English Journal, 10 (1) 47- 55
.DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.24093/awej/vol10no1.4

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Anna V. Butova, Senior Lecturer, Foreign Languages for Engineering Chair, Institute of
Humanities, NMSTU. 17- year experience in teaching foreign languages, experienced
extracurricular tutor, active partaker of international scientific conferences etc. Author of about 34
publications, 1 of them are indexed in Scopus; including 1 monograph, textbooks.
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8357-6069