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Anvar Tilovvich Vokhidov


In recent years, the methodology of teaching the Russian language in higher educational institutions of Uzbekistan has come under scrutiny. This study delves deep into the intricacies of pedagogical strategies employed, particularly focusing on the challenges faced by students while reading literature in Russian. Highlighting the profound significance of such literature in the professional trajectory of a pedagogical specialist, this paper underscores the pivotal role of practical goals and objectives tailored for various forms of speech activities. A cornerstone of this research is the exploration of lexicography's theoretical underpinnings, advocating for a structured lesson system that emphasizes the optimal use of dictionaries during the learning process. The paper further champions methodological advancements, promoting the integration of orthographic dictionaries, which are instrumental in fostering speech and writing skills development. This comprehensive analysis aims to provide educators with enriched insights and strategies to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of Russian language instruction in Uzbekistan's academic landscape.

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Anvar Tilovvich Vokhidov. (2023). PEDAGOGICAL PARADIGMS AND LEXICOGRAPHICAL EVOLUTION: A DEEP DIVE INTO RUSSIAN LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION IN UZBEKISTAN’S HIGHER EDUCATION. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 11(10), 215–220. Retrieved from


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