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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Article Title

IMPROVEMENT OF EFFECTIVENESS OF TEACHING RECEPTIVE TYPES OF SPEECH ACTIVITY TO THE STUDENTS OF NONLINGUISTIC UNIVERSITIES

Abstract

One of the methods to optimize the learning process is a related training in all kinds of speech activity. This paper discusses issues relating to training receptive types of speech activity (reading and listening), namely especially the conditions in which they arise; real communication conditions in comparison with the educational process; psychological mechanisms involved; mutual receptive types of speech activity

First Page

173

Last Page

177

References

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