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The article is devoted to description of innovative methods to adults. Innovative methods and technologies of teaching today are gaining increasing recognition and new opportunities associated with the establishment of interpersonal interaction. The author pays attention to choices of methods which should vary with different purposes, ages groups, and stages of mental development. A structure of modern process of teaching and its results is presented by the author. Some of the common learning characteristics of adult language and literacy learners as well as four guiding principles to teaching adults foreign languages are given in the article. In accordance with the selected characteristics and guiding principles the author considers it necessary to use some of innovative methods for teaching adults. Among them there are such methods as: method of direct instruction (J. Wiechmann and J. Grell), method of electronic self-directed education (T.M.Balykhina), method of pedagogic studio work (E.V. Nevmerzhitskaya), method of interdisciplinary projecting (S.E. Kaplina). The main methodological characteristics of the methods are described in the article as well. 


teaching adults, innovative methods, teaching process, direct instruction, electronic self-directed education, pedagogic studio work, interdisciplinary projecting.

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Abdinazarov Uktam Qushoqovich, “INNOVATIVE METHODS AND TECHNOLOGIES OF TEACHINGENGLISH TO ADULTS”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. 4, p. 8, Jun. 2020.


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