Role playing in learning a foreign language

D. А. Turdiyeva, N. S. Bessirova, J. А. Abdrakhmanova


In this article we are talking about the relevance of the use of non­ traditional forms of foreign languagelearning, in particular French. Role­ plays are of great importance in the training that contribute to the devel­opment of communicative competence, as well as to the motivation of the students in the learning process. Learning a foreign language can and should ensure the achievement of practical, educational, educational and developmental objectives are closely interrelated, thus leading a practical
purpose, and educational, educational and developmental objectives are achieved in the process of language acquisition in terms of active informa­tive ideational activity of students. Thus, one of the leading trends in mod­ern methods of foreign language teaching is the search for such teaching methods that would be most fully consistent with its objectives. Examples of role­playing games, presented in this paper can be used in classes of French at different levels(А1­А2,В1).To achieve a positive final goal it is necessary to organize the lesson and apply role­play correctly. If the tech­nique is applied properly, the result will not wait long.


role­play; innovative technology; motivation; lesson or­ ganisation; communicative competence

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