Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


The subject of “English in Medicine” is aimed to the student’s acquirement of professional communicative skills in medical aspect. Teaching process is focused on learners’ professional linguistic needs as well as teaching materials production. Different technologies, approaches and methods result in the development of students’ autonomy based on contact, mutual learning and interaction skills in educational process in the environment closely related to the professional area.

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