ISSN 2409-7616

Pantykina N.I.


UDC 378.147

Pantykina N.I.1 (Lugansk, Russian Federation) –

1Lugansk State Pedagogical University

Abstract. The modern education system implies the statement that learning English is obligatory. It is a multi-stage work that includes various activities: listening, reading, writing and speaking. Speaking is a difficult process. We believe that in order to develop speaking skills, it is advisable to implement video materials to classes that contribute to better assimilation of grammatical material and consolidation of theoretical and speech knowledge. It is clear that it provides educational purposes, not only specially recorded and created video materials are used, but also feature films, news programs and talk shows. Therefore, we offer exercises working with video materials for students in English classes, which will improve speaking skills by overcoming the language barrier. The relevance of research implies a variety of video materials in the classroom at the stage of learning English, which over the past few years have become one of the most widely used materials in the classroom. Video materials can include not only the auditory aspect of perception, but also the visual one, which makes learning more effective and clearer. The subject of the research is video materials for teaching English. The purpose of the research is to study the features of the use of video materials in teaching English to students through exercises. Scientific novelty is reflected in the consideration of the problem of using video materials in teaching English to students. The practical value is presented in the possibility of using the material in the educational process and research activities.

Keywords: video materials, speaking skills, teaching, English classes, exercises, speech.


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For citation: Pantykina N.I. Teaching speaking skills to students in English classes through video materials. CITISE, 2024, no. 2, pp. 128-135.