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Kambarov Nodirbek Mamatkodirovich


The basic status of the psycholinguistic approach has always been disregarded in the field of foreign language teaching and learning, /is a mat tar of fact, this field of study is the first initiator of the area of foreign language teaching and learning. In this article, as a field of interdisciplinary study, various relations of the psycholinguistic approach to mother tongue teaching and foreign language teaching are investigated by giving solid sources. The purpose of the article is to analyse psycholinguistic peculiarities of the development of communicative competence in the structure of social intelligence of students of secondary schools in Uzbek society. The following theoretical methods of the research were used to solve the tasks formulated in the article: a categorical method, structural and functional methods, the methods of the analysis, systematization, modelling, generalization. Also we used empirical methods – the methods of observation, conversation, testing with the aim to study the structure of communicative competence and social intelligence of teachers; psychological and pedagogical experiment in a form of the research of the development of the structure of communicative competence and social intelligence of students.

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Kambarov Nodirbek Mamatkodirovich. (2023). PSYCHOLINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF GERMAN LANGUAGE TEACHING IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 11(5), 77–81. Retrieved from


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