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The article presents the issue of expediency of multimedia technologies implementation into the process of study of “Therapeutic Dentistry” and “Paediatric Therapeutic Dentistry” disciplines for training of foreign dental students with English and Russian language of tuition. The author analyses effectiveness of student’s learning of the units “Periodontal disease” and “Periodontal disease in children” presented in multimedia and traditional forms during the practical classes. The use of multimedia support ultimately improves perception and comprehension of learning material and positively affects cognitive activity of foreign students. The lecturer is time-limited during the practical classes and by means of multimedia support he can provide guidelines for students who are not always good enough in English and Russian and in subject matter. This makes classes more emotionally comfortable for the lecturer and students and increases students’ motivation and activity. It also opens new opportunities for educational process and self-education.
Thus, proficient use of multimedia facilitates the communication of a lecturer and a student with English or Russian language of tuition and significantly extends and improves educational process.
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