Modern education is in a state of continuous updating and the search for innovative forms, means, teaching methods that would correspond to the legal framework of the educational process, social conditions, methodological features of the taught disciplines and psychological characteristics of students. The process of teaching the Russian language and literature is no exception. Clip thinking is becoming one of the most important psychological characteristics of a modern student: this feature must be taken into account when planning and implementing the process of teaching philological disciplines. The search for such forms of learning becomes a problem when there is no obvious conflict between the text offered as didactic material that is difficult for students to perceive and their need to reinforce any kind of information with short visual or verbal messages (clips). The subject of this article is the analysis and understanding of the possibility of extrapolating clip thinking to the process of teaching the Russian language and literature. The analysis of the phenomenon of clip thinking is presented, the prospect of rethinking the technology of intensification of education on the basis of schematic and iconic models of educational material for harmonious implementation in the system of philological education is considered. The designated technology involves focusing on the compression of educational material and its presentation in symbolic form, which contributes to the successful assimilation of material by modern schoolchildren with clip thinking. At the same time, it is fundamentally important that the supports (schemes, images) do not conflict with the understanding of concepts and texts. The relevance of the use of technology and its elements in the lessons of the Russian language and literature is substantiated, taking into account the development of all types of speech activity, methodological techniques for the speech development of students, work with texts are proposed.
Clip thinking, clip, philological education, teaching the Russian language, teaching literature, visual image, text.