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Murodova Noila
Xudoyberdiyev Ilyosni


This paper discusses strategies, approaches, and philosophies for teaching English online. In this study, we describe methodologies and their application in the context of English language distance instruction, particularly the online version.  By offering several teaching approaches, we will make it easy for future instructors to select the most appropriate one. Furthermore, in our examination of online teaching, we consider the benefits and drawbacks of various techniques. The practical implementation of this work is represented in the syllabus and design of specific teaching units, whether it is a preparatory class or any other institutional programme dedicated to English language instruction.

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Murodova Noila, & Xudoyberdiyev Ilyosni. (2024). METHODS OF LEARNING ENGLISH ONLINE. PEDAGOGS, 61(1), 43–46. Retrieved from


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