THE INTEGRATIVE APPROACH IN ENGLISH TEACHING ON THE BASE OF DRAMA IN THE MULTIPROFILE TV STUDIO
Comprehensive student training is an urgent problem at the present stage of society's development. It consists of successive phases of qualification growth and provides for a multivariate result, the development and formation of a morally mature personality, capable of actively participating in social life. The principal element in such training is humanitarian, which allows forming a free character with independent creative thinking and the ability to continuous self-improvement. Integration is one of the promising methodological directions of the new education. The process of teaching a foreign language at a university has unique requirements. Their practical implementation is possible in the context of the interconnectedness of teaching all types of speech activity, the active inclusion of humanitarian, regional, and cultural aspects in the content of the training. The scientific problem of this work is that learning English causes difficulties for students. To improve the results and at the same time to interest students to learn foreign languages, we have developed a textbook to help teachers to the leading book. This manual offers to introduce elements of theater and television in the classroom. This paper presents a method for two months for students of the first year of the Institute of Foreign Languages at RUDN University. Thanks to this technique, students get acquainted with the great works of English literature - the paper presents "Canterville Ghost" and "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde. Elements of drama are closely intertwined with the study of vocabulary and grammar, and thanks to work with the video, communication, visualization, and speaking skills are honed. The students acquire a language in the conditions of the multi-functional TV studio. The goal of this technique is not to completely change the approach to learning, but to interest students, help them cope with psychological difficulties and engage in a social environment. We know that a first-year student often manifests these problems due to the change of the usual course of things, such as school. Teachers from the regions of the Far East began to use this tutorial to work with students. Videos that were created by students in the course of the work will now be included in the educational and methodical complex for Junior courses.