Content of the methodology of teaching a foreign language

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Ulbike Erimbetova


The potential for both socio-economic and spiritual advancement Is Contingent upon the current system and the caliber of education. Specifically, the efficacy of each academic discipline in addressing critical issues facing contemporary society is dependent upon accurate contextualization. This study delves into the matter of education content alongside its modes, techniques, instruments, and contemporary demands. The question of what to teach in foreign language education is a paramount concern in the field of methodology. The present study focuses on the process of teaching English grammar at the middle level and aims to investigate the effectiveness of various methods and techniques employed in this domain of foreign language education. The subject of our inquiry pertains to the selection and application of optimal pedagogical strategies in teaching grammar, specifically in the context of English as a foreign language. This research endeavors to engage with a substantial body of methodological literature to identify the most efficacious approaches to presenting grammatical concepts, which will be subjected to experimental and practical evaluation in this study.

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Erimbetova, U. (2023). Content of the methodology of teaching a foreign language. Scientific Collection «InterConf», (156), 83–94. Retrieved from


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