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Volume 27, 2019The 9th International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and its Applications (DICTAP2019)
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|Published online||10 May 2019|
Techniques of new application for acquisition foreign languages: development stages and modern trend
Belarusian National Technical University, Department of Information Systems and Technologies, 220056, 50 let Pobedy, 11-38, Minsk, Belarus
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In the conditions of scientific and technical progress and more developing international contacts in the field of science, technology, and culture, the practical knowledge of a foreign language becomes one of the most important characteristics of a highly qualified specialist of any profile. One of the important factors in the development of the system to accelerating learning is the demands of adults themselves. Therefore, we need to create an automated system fast and effective teaching another language that uses the mini-max criterion, which provides the maximum possible result to the minimum required amount of effort on the part of the student. The essence of the approach is to replace the description in our native language with visual objects using the latest technology for implementing this approach. This means that an intermediate language is introduced, not tied to any of the known languages. The Purpose of the research is to develop a methodology (technique) for applying the Visual Approach in the educational environment created on the basis of a distributed management system to accelerate the acquisition of foreign language skills by adults. The system provides the process of controlling the formation of speech skills to a threshold level, allowing the transition from language learning to its improvement and acceleration. On the basis of this new generation using continuous evaluation of the competency level of the trainee, visual models, and information technology, got them a new incarnation, opens a new direction in construction a new version of Learning Management System - E-AMS.
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