THE PROBLEM AND METHODS OF ENLARGING STUDENT VOCABULARY IN THE ENGLISH CLASSESS AT NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITIES.

Main Article Content

Kambarova L.R.

Аннотация:

    At present days, we can observe a transition from a communicative approach to teaching a language to its diversity - an interactive approach in the modern methodology of teaching foreign languages. Interactive methods are aimed at a wider interaction of students not only with the teacher, but also with each other, as well as at increasing the activity of students in the learning process.


   The aim of the work is the confirmation of the efficiency of the application of interactive forms of learning in teaching a foreign language (English) in the nonlinguistic universities. For example, in some nonlinguistic universities where the major is economics or IT field, students do not need to go deep into the whole grammar of the English language, for them a superficial knowledge of English will go. Since they work with IT technologies or study the system of economics, it is advisable to study English, which is mainly associated with technology or related subject. To do this, they basically need to know the meanings of foreign words regarding their qualification. Therefore, emphasis should be placed on enriching vocabulary. To do this, it is better to conduct lessons in such classes in an interactive form.

Article Details

Как цитировать:

Kambarova L.R. (2022). THE PROBLEM AND METHODS OF ENLARGING STUDENT VOCABULARY IN THE ENGLISH CLASSESS AT NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITIES. Eurasian Journal of Academic Research, 2(6), 9–15. извлечено от https://in-academy.uz/index.php/ejar/article/view/1699

Библиографические ссылки:

Vinogradova M., Yakubyuk L., Zenina N. Interactive teaching as an effective method of pedagogical interaction. Espacios. Vol. 39. 2018

Turgunboeva M. Tojiev X. Xalilova L. Ineractive methods in English classes.. Intereactive Methods in English. European Scholar Journal (ESJ) Vol. 2 No. 2. 2021

TEACHING AND LEARNING

IN DIGITAL WORLDS

STRATEGIES AND ISSUES

IN HIGHER EDUCATION

(Ed.: Gisbert & Bullen)

TEACHING AND LEARNING

IN DIGITAL WORLDS

STRATEGIES AND ISSUES

IN HIGHER EDUCATION

(Ed.: Gisbert & Bullen)

TEACHING AND LEARNING

IN DIGITAL WORLDS

STRATEGIES AND ISSUES

IN HIGHER EDUCATION

(Ed.: Gisbert & Bullen)

Garrett T. Student-Centered and Teacher-Centered Classroom Management: A Case Study of Three Elementary Teachers rider University, Lawrenceville, New Jersey Journal of Classroom Interaction, Vol 43.1 2008

Rimma A. Kutbiddinovaa , Aleksandrа A. Eromasovaa , Marina A. Romanovaa. International Journal of environmental and science education. The Use of Interactive Methods in the Educational Process of the Higher Education Institution. Sakhalin State University, Russia, vol. 11, No. 14, 2016

Vanessa E.G., Gonzalo N. S.. Teaching and Learning in digital worlds: strategies and issues in higher education. Publicacions Universitat Rovira i Virgili Edition: 1st edition. 2015

Chih-Ming C. Assessing the effects of different multimedia materials on emotions and learning performance for visual and verbal style learners. Computers & Education National Chengchi University 59(4). 2012

Antonio P.L. Cristina C. M. Pilar R.A. New perspectives on teaching and working with languages in the digital era. Research-publishing.net, not-for-profit association Dublin, Ireland; Voillans, France, 2016

Krusche S., Seitz A., Börstler J., Bruegge B.Interactive Learning: Increasing Student Participation through Shorter Exercise Cycles. Conference:the Nineteenth Australasian Computing Education Conference. ACE. 2017