ANALYSIS OF DIFFICULTIES IN VOCABULARY ACQUISITION
Vocabulary acquisition and retention is considered one of the most influential factors of language learning. However, there are some factors that prevents language learners from better vocabulary acquisition and retention. Vocabulary is considered as an essential part of developing good fluency, and lexical ability plays important role in language learning. This research analysis possible obstacles faced by five ninth grade school pupils in one of the public schools in Sirdarya region. This study aims to examine what kind of difficulties five school pupils facing in vocabulary learning.
FORMATION OF READING SKILLS IN YOUNG LEARNERS
Reading is not an easy job in which the process of transcoding written speech into spoken speech and understanding the meaning of the read text are highlighted. These two types of reading are closely related and together make up "full reading". In the methodology, when forming the reading skill, it is customary to pay attention to such four components as: correctness, fluency, expressiveness and consciousness. First of all, it is necessary to distinguish semantic reading from technical reading, which is considered in works at the lessons of literary reading
ROLE GREADED READERS IN DEVELOPING VOCABULARY
In this article the author shares insight about the use of graded readers in order to develop reading skills. Some examples are proposed to effective use of readers in the classroom.
PECULARITIES OF IMPLICITNESS IN ARTISTIC TEXT.
Implicitness in the article is considered as a necessary component semantic content of the text, which includes both implicit propositions from explicitly reported in the text, and generalizations from implicit propositions, as well as correlations between generalized meanings of different propositions. Generalizations and correlations are possible through artistic categorizations, which a linguistic experiment helps to consider.
RENOVATION IN TASHKENT INSTITUTE OF RAILWAY ENGINEERING
This paper reviews current status of English as a second language in Tashkent Institute of Railway Engineering and suggests some changes to increase students’ understanding of the language. The paper covers data concerning educational setting, the role of English at the university, several problems including materials for teaching, and provides possible recommendations to improve the language level of students.
The Psychological and Cognitive Benefits of Multilingualism
This article looks into the ways how acquisition of several languages benefits people psychologically and cognitively. In the initial chapters the article provides data about the prior research that has been carried out about the effects of language learning on human mind following which it analyzes the survey results where over 30 participants shared information about the effects of languages on their individuality as well as their cognition. Furthermore, they answered questions about the impact of multilingualism on their personality.
THE EFFECT OF GRADED READERS ON READING COMPREHENSION SKILL OF LAW STUDENTS
The article presents a methodology for the development of reading literacy among law students. A detailed description of the levels of reader literacy is presented.
THE DIFFICULTIES OF READING AMONG YOUNG LEARNERS IN ONLINE EDUCATION
One of the most important skills that every pupil learn from the beginning of school is the ability to read to make meaning from text and learn through reading with online materials. The following article is devoted to the many concerns when an instructor faces pupils with reading difficulty. So what happens to a student when they have a learning difficulty or disability in reading and comprehension? What options are available to ensure that they do not slip through the cracks of the education system and are left behind?