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Qosimova Zarguloy Abinjon Qizi


The relevance of the present issue is caused be the strong need in alternative methods of learning foreign language and the need in language training and retraining for the modern professionals. The aim of the article is to identify the basic techniques and skills in using various modern techniques in the context of modern educational tasks. The leading method of study is the simulation that allows considering this issue as a process of targeted, informed and mastering the use of alternative methods of language training. The article presents the alternative methods of formation the linguistic skills, significantly raising efficiency of the learning / teaching process. The model is aimed in adapting to the new conditions of teachers of professional activity in the field of education and focuses on the development and introduction into practice teaching and using the new methods.

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Qosimova Zarguloy Abinjon Qizi. (2022). TRADITIONAL AND INNOVATIVE MODELS OF TEACHING. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 10(6), 248–260. Retrieved from


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