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Psychological and pedagogical conditions of teaching secondary school students written interaction in a group blog

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The attention is paid to the fact that the psychological and pedagogical conditions must be taken into account while teaching foreign language writing interaction in a group blog. Six psychological and pedagogical conditions are revealed based on an analysis of the academic literature. They are: motivation to take part in a foreign language writing interaction within a group blog, motivation to take part in the Internet interaction in extracurricular time, the usage of cooperative learning technology, computer literacy, Threshold (Intermediate) language level, the sequence of learning stages. Besides, their notions and reasons why we should pay attention to them while foreign language writing interaction learning are revealed. Motivation is a pupil’s orientation towards the goals of foreign language learning. A group blog can help to motivate pupils to take part in a foreign language writing interaction, to show autonomy during lessons and after school. Working in a group blog involves the usage of cooperative learning technology, in other words, teamwork in reaching the goal of learning. It is necessary to note that a teacher and his pupils must be computer literate. Computer literacy means the ability to use the minimal range of knowledge and skills how to work with computers. Moreover, pupils should have Threshold (Intermediate) language level if they want to be successful while working in a group blog. The participants need to follow the sequence of writing interaction learning stages.

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group blog; foreign writing interaction; computer literacy; motivation; cooperative learning; sequence of learning stages

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DOI

10.20310/1810-0201-2017-22-1(165)-32-38

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378

Pages

32-38

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2016-11-10

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