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Goncharova Julia Leonidovna (2013)
Publisher: Naučno-innovacionnyj Centr
Journal: Sovremennye Issledovaniâ Socialʹnyh Problem
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: foreign language teaching in high school (non-linguistics specialty), extracurricular group work, social and professional competence, training motivation, Social Sciences, H, objective assessment of skills, creative potential of the individual student, social project

Subject and purpose of the research

This paper describes an experiment on the use of social projects as a kind of extra-curricular collaboration in order to increase students' motivation to learn English, to overcome the psychological barrier of communication in a foreign language, and for the purpose of evaluating the skills of independent learning in the process of solving practical problems or tasks.

Design of the experiment

The origin of the problem and the development of learning and cognitive activity during the preparation of students for the project is being described; the expected positive result and the organizational algorithm of the project are proposed.

Progress and findings

A phased description of the work of students with emphasis on unexpected and interesting findings is presented; an evaluation system of the individual contribution of each of the students on the project and the ability to work on a team is offered.

Practical implications

Conclusions are made about the relevance of the use of group projects in teaching foreign languages as an effective tool to stimulate learning motivation and overcoming socio-psychological and communication problems within the training group and the community as a whole.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12731/2218-7405-2013-6-44

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