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Anna Belova
The Problems of Use ICT during English Lessons in Secondary School: Analysing Teachers' Perspective
9
2019
Belova Anna Sergeyevna

The Problems of Use ICT during English Lessons in Secondary School: Analysing Teachers' Perspective

The aim of the current research is to emphasize the main problems of using the information technologies in EFL (English as a foreign language) lesson from the pedagogical perspective and propose solutions based on the results obtained during the study. Therefore, the study will address the following objectives: define the information technologies in education; identify the feature of using the modern technologies in an English lesson; highlight the advantages and disadvantages of using digital technologies in an English lesson; to reveal the main problems that teachers encounter in an English lesson.

The results of the study present an overall view of the main issues of using information technologies at EFL lesson from teachers ‘perspective and overview how teachers are supposed to deal with problems and appropriate recommendations according to analyzed academic papers are given.

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