Organization of Distance Learning in Teaching English

1Elvira Tursunnazarova


The article deals with the analyses of distance learning and its organization in teaching process. Distance learning is a form of education based on information and communication technology (computers, telecommunications, multimedia) and scientifically-oriented teaching methods. The distinction of distant education system from the traditional form of education, its high mobility depending on its flexibility, the size of the independent work of the learners, the diversity of educational and methodological support, to improve the effectiveness of the educational process. It is the process of acquiring knowledge and skills that facilitates the exchange of learning information through the use of remote learning environments and provides educational process and management. As well as, this kind of learning is an opportunity to bring the main volume of the material to the students, to interact with them independently. At the same time, it includes electronic mail, consultations, telecasting seminars, electronic testing, independent work of listeners via the Internet, independent work with audio-video applications, and memory back-ups of expert systems. Distance learning should be considered as a special type of learning, which is characterized by certain goals, functions, principles, and ways of interaction of the subjects of the educational process. Distance learning is designed to provide the maximum interactivity of the educational process, which involves the interactivity between the learner and the teacher, as well as the feedback between the learner and the teaching material, as well as the possibility of group learning.


Traditional teaching methods, learning opportunities, distance learning, didactic system of distance learning, purpose and content of distance learning, trainees and teachers, methods and means of distance learning, scientific-educational material base, identification system, forms of distance learning.

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