LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO DEVELOP NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS' PHONETIC CULTURE IN DIGITAL SOCIETY
The paper focuses on the need to develop a specific learning management system with regard to the phonetic culture formation in the multidimensional process of students' domain-specific communicative training in the higher education system. The relevance of the study refers to the fact that the phonetic culture of a non-native speaker is the basis of his / her successful verbal interpersonal communication in the everyday, sociocultural, educational, scientific and professional fields of a multicultural environment. The study rests on the theoretical and practical experience of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia RUDN University, which has been a recognized international centre for teaching Russian as a foreign language for 60 years. Regarding the research conceptual background the author sets forth her definition, according to which the phonetic culture of non-native speaker is considered as an integral quality of his/her speech that is realized through the normative use of the whole complex of language means (sound, accent-rhythmic, intonation, and lexical-grammatical) of the respective foreign language. The research aims to identify the key components of the mentioned system and to characterize its essential features. The research outcomes make it possible to introduce a scientific and didactic paradigm for the system under study, identify its key approaches and principles, core tools with regard to pedagogical, didactic, psychological, linguistic, ICT tools, etc. Particular attention is paid to the author's concept of the essence of the complexity and aspect-based training principles as a driving force for learning management system for phonetic culture development. The study also takes into account the relevance of oral digital communication and pays special attention to the task of developing oral communication skills in a digital environment and the tools for the relevant solutions.