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Significace And Role Of Teaching Listening And Speakingskills In English, Nargiza Akhmadjonovna Abdullaeva Oct 2020

Significace And Role Of Teaching Listening And Speakingskills In English, Nargiza Akhmadjonovna Abdullaeva

Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

this article it was discussed some issues in learning Engilsh through listening and then speaking skills. Types of learning skills and their division as receptive and productive were also mentioned with examples. How these two types are important in teaching process and how to teach learners with them effectively. The author shared some ideas from own experience and tries to justify them with examples.


The Influence Of Using Authentic Materials In Teaching Young Learners In Primary Classes, Nargiza Axmadjonovna Abdullaeva Jun 2020

The Influence Of Using Authentic Materials In Teaching Young Learners In Primary Classes, Nargiza Axmadjonovna Abdullaeva

Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

In this article it was discussed some issues in teaching young learners in primary classes and how to teach them effectively with authentic materials. What should teachers do in order to have successful lesson? The author shared some ideas from own experience and tries to justify them with examples.


An Action Research Study On The Use Of Flipped Learning In A Spanish As A Foreign Language Class, Juan Carlos Acevedo Fontecha May 2020

An Action Research Study On The Use Of Flipped Learning In A Spanish As A Foreign Language Class, Juan Carlos Acevedo Fontecha

Theses and Dissertations

The present action research evaluated the teacher’s perception and the students’ attitudes and practices over the impact of applying a flipped learning model for a basic Spanish course. Unlike previous studies that have evaluated the model considering students’ perceptions and language performance, this study also considered the teacher in a cyclical process of using the flip model. The intervention consisted of four classes that dealt with grammar topics transferred into tutorial videos and in-class activities to practice the content from the videos. To gain a broader spectrum of the teacher’s perception, this study used questionnaires, and field journals ...


Meeting The Needs Of Students In A Communicative Classroom, Rachel J. Singer May 2020

Meeting The Needs Of Students In A Communicative Classroom, Rachel J. Singer

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

This portfolio is a compilation of written pieces which highlight what the author believes to be key issues and perspectives in the field of second language teaching. The content of the portfolio is centered in second language acquisition theory and is framed by the author’s diverse teaching experiences as a university Arabic instructor, ESL aide, and middle school Spanish teacher.

The portfolio contains three sections: (1) teaching perspectives, (2) research perspectives, and (3) an annotated bibliography. The teaching perspectives section contains the author’s teaching philosophy statement which emphasizes communicative language teaching, target language use in the classroom, and ...


Some Tips In Teaching Foreign Languages To Young Learners, Nargiza Abdullaeva Mar 2020

Some Tips In Teaching Foreign Languages To Young Learners, Nargiza Abdullaeva

Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

In this article it was discussed some issues with Young Language Learners in teaching process and how to teach them effectively. Which pedagogical methods are useful for facilitators in order to achieve quick and fruitful result in teaching? The author shared some ideas from own experience and tries to justify them with some tips.


English Language Instructors’ Perceptions Of Learner Autonomy: A Case Study At A State University In Sri Lanka, Panadarayalage Chinthana Sandaruwan Dayananda, Osman Erdem Yapar Jan 2020

English Language Instructors’ Perceptions Of Learner Autonomy: A Case Study At A State University In Sri Lanka, Panadarayalage Chinthana Sandaruwan Dayananda, Osman Erdem Yapar

Educational Sciences

In summary, the current study adapted from Borg and Al Busaidi explored teachers’ perceptions about LA in a public university in Sri Lanka and provided some valuable insights into this relatively less researched context.