» — Сынчжонвон Ильги, Дневники Королевского секретариата, подробный отчет
о ежедневных событиях и официальном расписании двора, от первого короля династии Чосон,
Тэджо, до ее 27-го и последнего Сунджона [2, 39].
Преимущество этого вида перевода в том, что он может предоставить читателю много
информации. Однако иногда слишком много информации может стать проблемой.
Таким образом, приходим к выводу, что, при выборе метода перевода важную роль играет не
только замысел автора текста, но и точка зрения автора перевода.
Не все способы перевода могут в достаточной мере раскрыть значение безэквивалентной
лексики, обеспечить полное восприятие их сущности. Каждый переводчик самостоятельно
принимает решение при выборе методов и способов перевода.
Лим, В.Н. Стилистика и культура речи корейского языка. Учеб. пособие // - Хабаровск: Изд-
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ОДОБИНИ ИФОДАЛОВЧИ МАҚОЛЛАР ҲАҚИДАГИ ФИКРЛАРИ (ЎЗБЕК ВА КОРЕЙС
Oriental renaissance: Innovative, educational, natural and social
(Special Issue 24), 555-565.
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БИРЛИКЛАРНИНГ ҚИЁСЛАБ ЎРГАНИШИ.
Bayanxanova, I. F., & Soliyeva, A. (2022). O’ZBEK VA KOREYS TILLARIDA KELISHIK
KATEGORIYASI HAQIDA UMUMIY TUSHUNCHA.
Oriental renaissance: Innovative, educational,
natural and social sciences
(Special Issue 24), 114-121.
ASSESSING STUDENTS’ OUTCOMES THROUGH ORAL PRESENTATION MODELING IN
THE EFL CLASSROOMS
This article focuses on determining the effects of an oral presentation on the promotion of learners'
autonomy by using experimental and qualitative research methods. The oral presentation offers EFL learners
the possibility of promoting autonomous learning and discovering their best performances in the EFL class
scene. The oral presentation has not only helped them to choose materials and plan and prepare them for
class presentations but also provided them with the motivation to learn English, reach self-esteem and self-
confidentiality, and become active learners. Finally, the oral presentation stimulated learners to create their
own identity of the English language and allowed them to sort their learning material that meets their
This article informs about how to make an oral presentation at the end of any academic semester in
the EFL dimension. The requirements for demonstration will be given by some presenting rules, the grading
rubric, and academic achievements. The main problem for EFL students in many academic establishments in
non-English speaking countries is the overflow of irrelevant information in presentations within informal
language usage. Avoiding that issue this work shows adequate demonstrating rules, and a possible online
platform to present students' work. The work is done by analyzing many articles and online platforms that
are essential in the tertiary field of higher education. Thus, this paper outlines a number of the advantages of
enforcing oral presentations in the EFL classes for assessing students` outcomes at the end of academic
terms. The work will help instructors to give guidelines to their students by giving directions with the helpful
recommendations that are given in this article. It then lays out a framework for imposing presentations in the
classroom in a manner this is useful for each contributor and the practitioners. It is highly hoped that the
pedagogical thoughts mentioned in this paper, can assist instructors in English as a Foreign Language (EFL)
in enhancing their students’ English language abilities.
oral presentation, triangle-method-for-eye-contact, performance, prezi.com, padlet.com,
content, rephrasing, editing, inserting, self-esteem, etc.
Content of the article:
Oral presentation rules. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1857815/)
The rubric to assess presenting orally.
Guidelines and suggestions to make presentation. (Prezi.com, padlet.com, google slides. Power
1. Oral presentation rules. That’s always accepted to make some rules in doing some creative
things or designing some arrangements. So, here are some essential rules for making a perfect oral
Communicate with the audience
Recognize your audience: their background and level of knowledge of the material you are presenting and
what they hope to achieve from the presentation. Deliver what the audience wants to hear. The main thing
here is to keep your
while demonstrating the presentation and speaking about the
Make your own speech that is rephrased from your slides.
When he/she is speaking about a topic in presentation slides the oratory speech should be designed
differently considering the natural context.
Only speak when you have something to say:
Remember that the hearing's time is valuable and should not be wasted presenting uninteresting
Make the take home message persistent
A good rule of thumb is that if you ask an audience member about your presentation a week later, they
should be able to remember three points. If those are the main points you wanted to convey, you've done a
good job. If you can remember three points but not the key points, then your emphasis was wrong. It's
obvious what it means if they can't remember three points!
Think of the presentation as a story. There is a logical flow: a clear beginning, middle and end. You
set the stage (beginning), tell the story (middle), and have a big ending (the end) where the take-home
message is clearly understood.
Treat the floor like a stage
Presentations are meant to be entertaining, but don't overdo it and know your limits. If you're not
naturally humorous, don't try to be humorous. If you're not good at telling stories, don't try to tell stories and
so on. A good performer will captivate the audience and increase their chances of obeying Rule 4.
Practice and time your presentation
The more you practice, the less likely you are to lose yourself. The more presentations you give, the
better you get. An important talk should not be delivered to an audience of peers for the first time. You
should have given it to your research team, who will be nicer and gentler, but will still point out any obvious
inconsistencies. Most importantly, when presenting, respect what you are practicing.
8: Use visuals sparingly, but effectively.
If you have more than one picture for every minute you speak, you have too many and time is running
out. Obviously, some images are quick, others take time to get the message across. Avoid reading the image
unless you want to emphasize the point explicitly. The visual aspect should support what you say, for
emphasis or with data to prove the verbal point. Finally, do not overload the visual. Keep the points few and
9: Check the audio and/or video of your presentations.
Nothing is more effective than listening or listening and watching a presentation you have created.
Seeing what's wrong is easy, fixing it next time isn't. Work hard to break bad habits; It's important.
10: Give thanks appropriately.
It is often appropriate to recognize people at the beginning or at the time of their contribution so that
their contributions are very clear.
The rubric to assess presenting orally.
Students' performance and presenting skills will be assessed through this rubric appropriately. This
rubric will be utilized to assess analytically and grade the presenters with clear and meaningful criteria
div language & eye contact
contact with the public
appropriate vocabulary and grammar
clear (rhythm, intonation, accent)
spoken loud enough to hear easily
usage of linking words
MASTERY OF THE
depth of commentary
spoken, not read
able to answer questions
handouts audio, video, etc.
very interesting / very boring
pleasant / unpleasant to listen to
very good / poor communication
Overall score: 100
Guidelines and suggestions to make presentation.
Students will create their awesome presentation with the help of prezi.com or google slides
(docs.google.com/presentation) by signing up or logging in with their mail account. In this case, firstly, they
will select which platform to use and then sign up for the first time by filling the brief application of
registration and the platform or just clicking sign up with a g-mail.
In the next stage, they will choose one of the presentation templates, the favorite one which they
loved, and click the appropriate button which the platform asks to go further procedures. Then they should
edit the title for their oral presentation and click the button,
, on the web to the question who will see
In the further stages, they will work with the presentation by starting to design the cover page (editing,
coloring, inserting images or icons, etc.). The students will easily work on the prezi.com presentation
because the work will be saved automatically every second in the online regime. After finishing the work,
they will only save the link of that presentation to demonstrate in anywhere the world by online mode.
References and sources
J. Scrivener, 2016, Classroom Management Techniques, Cambridge University Press, 179-183 p
University Information Technology Services, 2014, Prezi Online Presentation Software, KSU
Department of University Information Technology Services
https://assessment.illinoisstate.edu › workshops.
TEACHING VOCABULARY AS A COMMUNICATIVE SKILL FOR EFL LEARNERS
Kushatova Hilola Rustamovna
30-maktab ingliz tili fani o`qituvchisi
: This article illustrates the importance of teaching vocabulary as a second language and
research is done on different topic related sources. Hence learning languages through communicative
competence is indispensable issue in teaching process.
vocabulary, translation, method, communication
The importance of vocabulary in learning a foreign language in the lives of students cannot be
overstated. It is one of the factors that ties the four skills; speaking, listening, writing, and reading. Thus,
students must know basic terminology to support their vocabulary in learning English before they can master
these four skills. This is due to the. fact that vocabulary is a crucial and necessary component of language
development. Students must learn a sufficient quantity of words and know how to use them correctly in order
to communicate effectively in a foreign language. According to Heibert , vocabulary is defined as
"understanding of the meaning of words." The term vocabulary has a variety of connotations. Some teachers,
for example, use the phrase to refer to visual vocabulary, which refers to students' direct recognition of
printed words; others refer to words that are comprehended as their meaning vocabulary. Rider stated that
increasing pupils' vocabulary is crucial since they would feel smarter as a result of doing so. This is because
they will be able to comprehend what they read and hear more easily. Furthermore, because they have a
greater command of the language, they will find it simpler to express themselves. Furthermore, according to
Thornbury, a person needs to acquire a minimum of 2,000 words in order to converse naturally in a