Theoretical basis of optimization of the educational-methodical complex on Literature in the conditions of modern school Informatization

Maria A. Aristova, Larisa R. Berdysheva, Zhanna I. Strizhekurova, S.V. Ivanova, E.V. Nikulchev
2016 SHS Web of Conferences  
The article discusses the theoretical basis and new methodological approaches to optimization of the educational-methodical complex in the literature in the conditions of Informatization of the modern school. The authors focus on the basic meaningful components of literary education -the study of the works of classical, modern and foreign literature -linking them in a unified educational system of the reader-student and updating the teaching using modern approaches and relevant tasks for the
more » ... nt tasks for the future.. With the national school adopting new educational standards, it is especially important to study the problem and to develop a theoretical foundation regarding the optimization of educational-methodical complex (EMC) on different subjects, including literature. The purpose of optimization is to create the most appropriate conditions for an effective implementation of the National (Federal) Education Standard requirements for learning outcomes in teaching process. While laying emphasis on the leading role of system-activity approach in educational process, the National Education Standard sets the developers of teaching materials a task to form and develop not only subject competences, but also "the competence of learners in the field of information and communication technologies" -ICT [1]. Modern teaching materials for literature includes working with a variety of information resources as a compulsory component, including the Internet, electronic texts, reference books, dictionaries, bibliographic indexes and library catalogues, including the electronic ones. With that said, ICTs should be introduced not only to optimize literature lessons, but also as a means of developing learners' interest in the subject, the acquisition of major meta-subject skills: cultural-orientation skills that help to orient easily in the literary-artistic space, including modern literature, both Russian and foreign, as well as the latest historical and literary-theoretical research and development. In accordance with the requirements of the National Education Standard modern EMC is also intended to the development of learners' project activities that help to achieve personal learning outcomes. System-activity approach to learning, which is stated the basic by the National Education Standard, allows us to build an individual path of learners, which is realized at different stages of the study of classical, modern and foreign literature in the EMC.
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20162901005 fatcat:45nmwsl4qzgt5fhs7xfzljv2ee