Information and Communication Technologies in Students’ Language Learning

Kostikova I. I.1 

H. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University, Ukraine



Background and Aim of Study: The article presents the essence of means of information and communication technologies (ICT) in students’ language learning. In the article we consider that fresh thinking about the ways in which we may use tools and technologies in language learning is necessary, on the basis of evidence from the field including the markets currently developing in intersections of ICT, media, and language learning. The basic terms of the means and classifications of information and communication technologies are analyzed as wellThe aim of the study: to clarify the underpinning of the means and classifications of information and communication technologies and computer-assisted language learning (CALL) in foreign language students’ training. Materials and Methods: The analytical method of scientific research is used, on the basis of which the study of foreign sources is done, as well as the analysis, systematization and evaluation of the facts, phenomena and processes are used. Results: It is set that the ICT means can be realized for the effective foreign language students’ training. The article also determines the respondents’ overview the problem, the peculiarities of specialists’ training in the field of computer-assisted language learning. Conclusions: The conclusion of the research is to know and to use all the advantages of information and communication technologies in students’ learning. The advantages of ICT and its new tools are high but they are generally not understood in the countries and Ukraine as well and any technological training innovation tends to be delivered in other fields of operation not in education. Such development tends to remain unconnected to any language training undertaken where it is determined the peculiarities of specialists’ training in the field of computer-assisted language learning. Further development of CALL specialists depends on recognition, including recognition by professional organizations.





information and communication technologies, computer-assisted language learning, professional training, foreign language, students’ training.






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Information about the author:

Kostikova Ilona Ivanivna –; Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Full Professor, Head of the Department of Theory and Practice of the English Language, H. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University; Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Cite this article as:

Kostikova, I. I. (2018). Information and communication technologies in students’ language learning. International Journal of Education and Science, 1(1-2), 7–14. doi:10.26697/ijes.2018.1-2.01



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