PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING COMPUTER LINGUISTICS
This article reflects the principles inherent in teaching any subject at the educational stage. So universal principles cannot bypass computer linguistics either. The expected result from the lesson will also be good if classes are organized, relying on principles, even when teaching any linguistic field. Even in this chapter, information is given about the role of didactic principles in the teaching of computer linguistics. Didactic principles common to all subjects taught in a higher educational institution, in secondary schools: upbringing, education and development of a child; Science and understanding; systematicity and traceability, relevance of theory and practice; awareness and activity; independence; compliance of teaching with the level of students and students; such as exhibitionism and individual attitude. The expected result from the four is effective if these principles are followed in the course of the lesson.