Factors for developing children's speech through didactic games

https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v5nS2.1970

Authors

  • Valijon Kаdirov Associate Professor of Preschool Education, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Andijan State University, Andijan, Uzbekistan
  • Zuhra Bozorova Teacher of the Department of Preschool Education of Andijan State University, Andijan, Uzbekistan
  • Otabek Mirzayev Teacher of the Department of Methods of Primary and Preschool Education of the Pedagogical Institute of Andijan State University, Andijan, Uzbekistan

Keywords:

didactic games, environment, family upbringing, linguistic thinking, speaking skills, speech development, vocabulary

Abstract

The article focuses on the development of speech skills, thinking skills, vocabulary through didactic games in preschool and family atmosphere. we should not forget about the modern words that enter the children's speech and vocabulary under the influence of cartoons, movies, and television. In the process of working on the lexicon, it is necessary to control the compliance of children's speech with the form of pure literary language, the absence of foreign words in the speech.

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Published

2021-12-09

How to Cite

Kаdirov V., Bozorova, Z., & Mirzayev, O. (2021). Factors for developing children’s speech through didactic games. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S2), 1482-1487. https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v5nS2.1970

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