Pages: 105 - 107
Authors: Nurmetov J. N., Atajonova M. I.
Abstract: This article is about different approaches to the content — based instructions in language learning. The study of a subject matter makes its learning easy and meaningful for learners. It is necessary to provide meaningful input to have productive output. The teacher should use effective and special methods to make the student be able to speak about the content and purpose of learning English for their field of subject
Keywords: approaches, language acquisition, comprehensible, instruction, immersion programs, proximal development.
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