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Psychological-pedagogical requirements of foreign language teaching to students in technical areas.

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Mukarama Katayeva

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This article analyzes and makes recommendations for using mobile technologies for educational purposes in higher education, the methodology of teaching a foreign language, researchers' ideas about distance education, and the importance of mobile technology. The psychological and pedagogical conditions for using mobile technologies in teaching foreign languages, Motivation is a great way to engage students to study on mobile devices—the types of Motivation which are vital to use during classes. There are internal and external, positive and negative motivations that make learning exciting or satisfying the basic psychological needs of a person—mobile application, which students studied during a term in Namangan Engineering Construction Institute. The author gave the result of the research in Table 1a. In conclusion, Motivation is essential for the strategic success and implementation of the educational system. Teacher motivation is vital for several reasons. It is necessary for teacher creativity achievement and motivates teachers.

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motivation
psychology
using mobile technology
mobile education
types of motivation
internal
external
mobile application
pedagogy
electronic device
a smartphone
a tablet
a computer.

Authors

Mukarama Katayeva

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