Integration of ICT Tools for Teaching Speaking Skills for Adult Learners


  • Zohida Shukurillayeva Master Student of Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages, Uzbekistan Author



ICT, learning, teaching, technologies, foreign language


In the process of teaching and learning foreign language technologies and technological platforms play a vitally important role, especially in our modernized digital era. It is crystal clear that in an information age every sphere has, at least, partially covered with technologies. The study aims to analyze the use of ICT tools among adult foreign language learners, as well as, the challenges many youngsters face nowadays together with some clear explanations regarding how to solve them. Since technologies are able to facilitate the process of both learning and teaching, it is highly advisable to combine traditional teaching methods with ICT tools. Using authentic materials by the Internet can assist students to excel at communication and reach the proficiency in the target language.


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How to Cite

Shukurillayeva, Z. (2024). Integration of ICT Tools for Teaching Speaking Skills for Adult Learners. Journal of Language Pedagogy and Innovative Applied Linguistics, 2(4), 44-50.

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