SCIENCE, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT Pedagogy #15 Rotterdam (The Netherlands) 30.03.2019 - 31.03.2019

 

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EFFICIENCY OF THE REGIONAL PEDAGOGICAL SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR THE GIFTED

KABANETS M................35

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HUMANISTIC ASPECT OF FORMATION
OF SELF-EDUCATIONAL COMPETENCE OF FUTURE CYBERSECURITY SPECIALISTS

ADARYUKOVA L.B................66

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RELATION IS AS A SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEM

KARAYEV Z. X. KARAYEVAL.Z. ...............91

THE CORE OF THE SURFACE AND DEEP APPROACHES IN THE FLT SETTINGS

SHAMURATOVA D. J................94

WAYS OF ENRICHING ENGLISH VOCABULARY BY MEANS OF SPLINTERS

MUHAMMEDOVA H................97

DIFFERENT PROBLEMS THAT STUDENTS FACE, WHILE LEARNING ENGLISH LANGUAGE

SAYDULLAYEVA M., ABSAMADOVA M., ALANGOVA A. ...............100

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DEVELOPING PRONUNCIATION SUBSKILLS OF STUDENTS OF LINGUISTIC EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLE OF MAXIMUM APPROXIMATION

OCHILOVA N................105

EXPERIENCES OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES ON THE ORGANIZATION OF FREE ECONOMIC ZONES

RAZZOKOVA M................110

 

 

ABILITY CLASSES

HORDIIENKO N.M................8

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INNOVATION TECHNOLOGY IN THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPING SPEECH ON TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE

TURSUNNAZAROVA E. ...............13

MOTIVATING PUPILS

HAMIDOVA M................17

THE ROLE OF ENGLISH AS A GLOBAL LANGUAGE

ISTAMOVA A................19

MODERN PEDAGOGICAL INNOVATIONS IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN UZBEKISTAN

KODIROVA D. SH................22

DIFFERENT MEANINGS OF A WORD “FOREVER” (IN USMON AZIM’S POETRY)

NURILLAEVA M................26

FROM PRACTICE TO EXPERIENCE

KIYAMOVA N................28

CREATIVE HERITAGE OF THE GREAT POET

AZIZOVA S................31

SHAKESPEARE’S INFLUENCE ON OTHER AUTHORS

IKROMOVA SH., AKHTAMOVA D................34

THE ROLE OF VOCABULARY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

ZAKIROVA D. Y................37

USEFUL CREATIVE TECHNIQUES PROPOSED FOR TEACHING CHILDREN

MIRAKHIMOVA D. D., TOSHPULATOVA D. A................41

THE INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY`S ROLE ON TEACHING YOUNG GENERATION

TOJIDDINOVA A................44

CHILD RIGHTS AND THEIR INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION

AZAMOV T., MUSAYEV., XOJIMATOVA M................46

OLD AGE AS CULTURE PHENOMENON

BURONOV N. M................48

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DIE VERWENDUNG DEUTSCHER WÖRTER ALS GEOGRAFISCHE BEGRIFFE IN USBEKISCHER SPRACHE

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REVIVAL OF RELIGIOUS VALUES ​​IN THE INDEPENDENT YEARS OF UZBEKISTAN

BABADJANOVA N................99

REVIVAL RELIGIOUS VALUES DURING INDEPENDENCE: TRADITIONS, RELIGION AND PUBLIC STATUS OF WOMEN

DJURAEVA N................102

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USING TASK BASED LANGUAGE LEARNING IN EFL CLASSES

KHUJANIYAZOVA K. T................121

MODERN PRIMARY EDUCATION

ADIZOVA M................124

AUTHENTICITY IN WRITING PROCESS AND APPLYING IT INTO TEACHING

KATTABAYEVA D. K................127

PREPARING STUDENTS TO STUDY THE MATH COURSE IN PRIMARY EDUCATION

AKHMEDOVA D................130

FUNDAMENTALS OF TEACHING STUDENTS CREATIVE THINKING IN PRIMARY CLASSES

ASADOVA M................132

THE CHALLENGE OF IDENTIFYING SELF-AWARENESS

FATULLAYEVA M................134

ASSESSING IN WRITING AND ERROR CORRECTION

HAITOVA BARNO SHUKHRATOVNA,...............137

TIME CAPSULE AS A CONCEPTUAL TOOL FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

MAKHAMBETOVA S. D., MUXAMMADIYAROV A. J................139

THE WAYS OF UPGRADING TEACHING EXPERIENCE THROUGH THE CLASSROOM OBSERVATION

KATTABAYEVA D. K................142

ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS IN THE CLASSROOM OF THE ENGLISH IN TEACHING SPEAKING USING INTERACTIVE METHODS

BEKMUROVA G. SH................145

ECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS AND PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT IN CENTRAL ASIA

MUQIMOVA M................148

TEACHING METHODOLOGY FOR WRITING A STATEMENT IN PRIMARY CLASSES

PO`LOTOVA G. N................151

METHODICAL-MATHEMATICAL PREPARATION OF THE TEACHER OF PRIMARY CLASSES

SAFAROVA N................154

FEATURES OF IMPROVEMENT OF INTERCENTRAL RELATIONS IN TRAINING PROCESS

SALOKHITDINOVA N.M................156

THE IMPORTANCE OF UTILIZING AUTHENTIC MATERIALS IN TEACHING READING

AZIMBAYEVA D. A................159

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THE ORETICAL ASPECTS OF THE STUDY OF THE PROBLEM OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY OF CREATIVE PERSONALITY

MUSINOVA R. Y................167

 

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ROLE OF ICT IN THE IMPROVEMENT OF LEARNING ENGLISH LANGUAGE

SOLIHOVA SH................173

EFFECTIVE RECEPTIONS OF ORGANIZING EXTRACURRICULAR OCCUPATION

SHIKHOVA I. O................175

TRANSPOSITIVE AND FUNCTIONAL-SEMANTIC FEATURES OF THE LEXEME “GUL” (ROSE)

ISLAMOVA. D................178

INNOVATIONS IN TEACHING ENGLISH

PRENOVA G., ZOKIROVA X................181

WHT ARE UDIO VISUL IDS IN THING FORIGN LNGUG

 GULSARA P................183

WORD-FORMATION AND ITS VARIOUS TYPES

SADIKOVA SH................185

THE IMPORTANCE OF DIRECT METHOD IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

KHALILOVA M................187

TEACHING ENGLISH THROUGH MULTIMEDIA RESOURCES

YULDASHEVA K................190

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