EFFECTIVENESS OF USING INTERACTIVE METHODS IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES

Authors

  • Irgashev Maxmud Usmonovich, Odilova Nazokatxon Abdulxamid qizi, Usmonova Shoiraxon Ruzievna, Egamberdiyeva Dildora Usubjonovna

Abstract

It is known that the organization of the learning process is mainly one-sided, that is, carried out
by the teacher. This, in turn, limits the ability of students to think independently and think
creatively. Interactive lessons encourage students to master the content of education while
developing their own critical and logical thinking. Efforts are made to ensure that no student is
left unattended during the lesson. They will be able to openly express what they see, know and
think. This ensures the effectiveness of interactive lessons. This is because the teacher-student
collaboration contributes to a deeper understanding of the lesson content. Such situations
provide mutual sincerity and interest in learning new knowledge.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Irgashev Maxmud Usmonovich, Odilova Nazokatxon Abdulxamid qizi, Usmonova Shoiraxon Ruzievna, Egamberdiyeva Dildora Usubjonovna. (2020). EFFECTIVENESS OF USING INTERACTIVE METHODS IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 3150 - 3156. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1283