Reinforcing the Development of Foreign Oral Competence of the Students of Higher Education
Normatova Nurjamol Normatovna

Normatova Nurjamol Normatovna, Doctoral Student of Philosophy (PhD) of Termez State University, Termez, Uzbekistan.
Manuscript received on 02 July 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 09 July 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 July 2019 | PP: 3215-3218 | Volume-8 Issue-9, July 2019 | Retrieval Number: H7260068819/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.H7260.078919

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Abstract: The oral competence of the person is the indicator which shows the socio-psychological, cultural and educational background of the individual in the case of not only his foreign language but also his mother tongue. As how a person defines his attitudes towards the exterior life has already become an independent study and today more people began to be interested in the nature of speech trying to upgrade oratory skills. This explains why perfecting the speaking comprehension in both native and foreign language is so demanded than any other language skills. Being one of the four major language skills, speaking comprehension is interrelated with every of them (listening, reading, writing) and has special tasks and aims of scope which are more significant and sensible than any other. The reason is that, without the ability to express our mind, the other skills as writing a letter, reading a text or listening to a tape, might lose their essence or just turn into useless one. It should be noted that, there are some obstacles related to psychological, methodical and target language experiences which bother students from interacting in the foreign language. Thus the following work is aimed at analyzing the process of developing the speaking skill of English as a second language of the students of Higher Education; detecting the existing problem areas; providing real solutions considering the learners` needs. As a content matter we chose the students of non-linguistic departments of Higher Education. Choosing non-linguistic sphere is explained with the frequency of language learning barriers which face the very students of this area more than usual. Thus the work analyzes the process; identifies the existing problem areas and the learners` weak-points; includes experimental researches with solutions and gives expedient results clarifying the main standpoints.
Keywords: Language Skills, Learning Strategies, Interaction Patterns, Non-native Students, Collaborative Learning.

Scope of the Article: E-Learning