The art-technologies use by teachers of foreign languages in the educational environment


  • Nadezda Pospelova Department of English Philology and Intercultural Communication, Elabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University Kazan, Russia
  • Marina Achaeva
  • Natalya Subbotina



art-technology, foreign language teacher, application, early stage, cloud-method, cognitive linguistics


Recently there has been an increased interest in the use of cognitive linguistics in the context of teaching foreign languages. The study Purpose is to develop authors’ methods in the field of art technology at an early stage of learning. Qualitative approach is used in developing authors’ methods in the field of art technology: in one-to-one interview, of observation, conversational communication. Given the results, the methods for working with Ch. Burton Barber's picture "Off to school" in the process of learning a foreign language at an early stage of training, aimed at shaping practical skills in forming communication competences, forming skills of intercultural development. A positive dynamic in using art- technologies in the process of learning a foreign language in 2018-2021 years is indicated. The use of art technologies was noted: the creation of motivations for students of a foreign language to actively express themselves and to comprehend new forms of work; formation of the process of perception, attention, thinking, speech, working with creative material, implementation of inter-subject connections; developing students' autonomy with ways of expressing themselves; informal atmosphere.


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