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Innovative Technologies in Foreign Languages Teaching

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Abstract

Given this article illuminates the innovative technologies in teaching foreign languages at schools of Uzbekistan. Modern conditions require not only the use of new technologies in teaching foreign languages, but also changes in methods of teaching and the ability to introduce the latest innovative technologies in the process of learning foreign languages on the part of the teacher.

Abstract

Given this article illuminates the innovative technologies in teaching foreign languages at schools of Uzbekistan. Modern conditions require not only the use of new technologies in teaching foreign languages, but also changes in methods of teaching and the ability to introduce the latest innovative technologies in the process of learning foreign languages on the part of the teacher.

Keywords

active methods
computerized education application
interactivity
critical thinking

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The author (s) declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.

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2. Jane Miles. Timesaver Games. Glasgow. Scholastic Publisher. 2000
3. Jeremy Harmer. How to teach English. London. Pearson Longman. 2007

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Abuovna, M. D. ., & Dilbar, P. . (2022). Innovative Technologies in Foreign Languages Teaching. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 24, 65-66. Retrieved from https://cejsr.academicjournal.io/index.php/journal/article/view/1276
  • Submitted
    20 May 2022
  • Revised
    20 May 2022
  • Published
    20 May 2022