Using Means of Electronic Educational Resources for Learning Lexicology and Phraseology
Keywords:Electronic Educational Resources, Lexicology, Phraseology, Education Seekers, Electronic Lexicography
The article revealed that electronic educational resources (EER) during the study of lexicology and phraseology provide forming communicative skills, enriching and expressing the vocabulary of education seekers.
The purpose of the paper is to analyze the features of using electronic educational resources during the study of lexicology and phraseology by education seekers.
In the course of the study, a set of research methods was used, which included theoretical (literature analysis, synthesis, generalization, comparison) and empirical (observation, conversations, etc.) methods.
The results. The development of lexicology and phraseology as sections of linguistic science is determined by analyzing and synthesizing scientific and methodological ideas.
It has been proven that the purpose of creating electronic educational resources is to ensure the modernization of the educational process. Thanks to the usage of EER, the content of lexical and phraseological material is updated, intensive exchange of information between students takes place. It is substantiated that in connection with the spread of COVID-19 and the introduction of martial law, education process in most educational institutions has moved to a distance learning based on information and communication technologies. Therefore, education seekers are actively involved in information resources, have the opportunity to select the necessary material, participate in virtual discussions, and communicate.
It has been found that EER give an opportunity to provide education seekers with the necessary information, increase the level and quality of educational services. The increase in the amount of information, the global processes of humanization, globalization, and integration objectively determine the modernization of the content of educational programs, and the renewal of forms, methods and means of learning during the study of vocabulary and phraseology.
Conclusions. It has been proven that there is a need to update the content of curricula and the content of courses in order to further develop communicative competence since the future personal success of students in adult life depends on the formation of skills to express themselves correctly, and clearly.
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