ISSN 2409-7616

Likhacheva O.N., Tymchuk E.V., Pasevich D.K.


UDC 378


Likhacheva O.N.1 (Krasnodar, Russian Federation) –; Tymchuk E.V.2 (Krasnodar, Russian Federation) –; Pasevich D.K.1 (Krasnodar, Russian Federation) –

1IMSIT Academy

2Kuban State Technological University

Abstract. In modern realities, a foreign language remains in demand in various fields of activity, as well as for successful employment and promotion. Its study contributes to the development of thinking, broadening one’s horizons, and mastering new communication tools. The realities are such that the methodological apparatus today must be improved, be accessible, understandable, and create motivation for students. In this vein, we offer a number of new methods of studying a foreign language for its high-quality mastery by students of non-linguistic areas. These include distance learning aspects, the digital format itself, complete immersion in the environment, the use of applications, the flipped classroom methodology, blended learning, and scribing. We are confident that the use of this arsenal will allow students to truly immerse themselves in the language, become interested in foreign language communication, and understand complex issues of grammar, phraseology and syntax. The relevance of the work lies in the urgent need to introduce new methodological tools, modern and high-quality, to improve the academic process in the context of a foreign language. The subject of the research is modern methods of teaching a foreign language. The novelty of the work lies in the recommendations for teachers and methodologists in the context of these methods. The practical significance of the study is represented by the possibility of using the material and recommendations specified in the work in the educational process and linguistic research practices.

Keywords: teaching methodology, communication, improvement, flipped classroom, blended learning.


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For citation: Likhacheva O.N., Tymchuk E.V., Pasevich D.K. Modern methods of teaching a foreign language in the frame of a non-linguistic university. CITISE, 2024, no. 1, pp. 627-634. DOI: