Modern Information-Communication and Pedagogical Technologies in the Development of Learners’ Discoursive Skills
AbstractThis paper addresses the issue of students’ discursive abilities advancement by means of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). The authors examine the idea of discourse, characterize the structure of the communicative competence, and create a classification of verbose abilities, which can be created by the utilizing of present day data and communication advances. One of the overwhelming issues within the field of advanced dialect instruction is the optimization of the learning handle.Keywords: modern information, communication technologies, discourse, discursive competence, discursive skills
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