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DOI:https://doi.org/10.32405/2411-1317-2021-2-113-120

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Ivanna Ozarko, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor of Ivano-FrankivskNational Technical University of Oil and Gas, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine.

Olena Melnyk, Senior Teacher of Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas,Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine.

FLIPPED LEARNING AS ONE OF THE MOST EFFECTIVETECHNOLOGIES IN REMOTE TEACHING USED TO PREPARESTUDENTS FOR EVI ENGLISH TEST

Modern social-economic relations require definitely new approaches and methods of teachingEnglish, especially when emergency remote teaching was introduced for an unlimited period of time. Selfeducation becomes one of the most important elements in the process of English language learning. Thus,it should be properly organized and managed. Teaching materials should also be thoroughly selected andstructured. Flipped learning proves to be one of the most effective technologies that help the teachers reachtheir educational goal, especially during online teaching. Educational methods constantly changed in thecourse of time. Nowadays blended learning is gaining more and more popularity among practicing teacher.
Owing to it we can successfully combine traditional approaches with e-learning, f-learning being one ofthe forms of e-learning. Taking into account level of knowledge, abilities and skills, which every studentshould possess to successfully pass his or her EVI English test, having analyzed the ways of students’cognitive activity and effectiveness of “flipped learning”, its appropriateness at English language classesin the process of preparing fourth-year students for their EVI test has been proved and basic ideas onflipped classroom management have been offered. The teachers role is changing considerably from thesimple lecturer to all-knowing expert responsible not only for the process of teaching itself but for its finalresult. F-learning aims at developing students abilities to analyze linguistic phenomena, set problems andfind solutions, realize the purpose of the tasks, give definitions, paraphrase statements, verify information,comment on certain facts, debate, prove, criticize, write abstracts etc. That is exactly what is requiredfrom those who apply for Masters degree. Moreover f-learning allows students to process large amountof information in a limited time, develop skills of self-education and critical thinking. The latter will helptodays students become able to meet competition in hard economic conditions of the modern world.
Keywords: flipped learning; effectiveness; motivation; teachers function; teachingmaterials.

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