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At present, the application of information and communication technologies (ICT) in learning English in high school proved its effectiveness. The article presents the differentiation of the concepts of CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) and EMI (English as a Medium of Instruction) and given the definitions of these terms; the choice of educational technologies CLIL. Analyzed psychological and psycholinguistic problems in the learning process of students and possible ways of their solution. The article discusses the possibility of using Internet resources as a means of learning within CLIL.

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K S Grigorieva

Kazan (Privolzhskij) federal university

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Email: grigks@yandex.ru

Grigorieva Ksenia Sergeevna, candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer of the department of educational technology and information systems in Philology, Kazan (Privolzhskij) Federal University.

Kremlevskaya str., 18, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, 420008

R R Yakhina

The Kazan national research technical the university named after A.N. Tupolev - KAI

Email: shroza1981@yandex.ru

Yakhina Ruzilya Raifovna, candidate of philological sciences, associate professor of foreign languages department of Kazan national research technical the university named after A.N. Tupolev - KAI.

K. Marx str., 10, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, 420111


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