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S. Diyorova


In this article, we have provided information on the history of expressive reading, Uzbek speakers, and the role of speech aids in reading. We also briefly touched upon the important functions of expressive reading, how to organize expressive lessons, and the expressive reading of poetic and prose works. In conclusion, it is important for this article to provide theoretical and practical guidance on how elementary school teachers should teach students how to express themselves. If we look at the history of expressive reading, with the advent of fiction, its expressive reading and oral performance also emerged. As the stages of formation of fiction are complex and varied, so is the development of oral performance. The teacher explains to the students that one word is separated by a pause from the other, and at the end of the sentence there is a decline in the voice. The children, on the teacher's instruction, subdivide a small sentence of 3-5 sentences into sentences, and make sure that pausing between them helps to understand the story. Our president Sh.Mirziyoyev has stated, "Critical analysis, strict discipline and personal responsibility are the daily rules of every leader's activity." In his book, ?… the quality of teaching in secondary schools, lyceums and professional colleges, as well as in higher educational institutions. Implementation of modern training plans and methods is inadequate. The similarities between expressive reading and artistic reading are that they both follow the rules of speech articulation of the Uzbek language, general technical and theoretical means, pauses, accents, diction, intonation, tempo and rhythm will do. Because it all depends on the purpose of the author and the content of the text. Thus, expressive reading in school is based on the purpose of the writer and the text, the methodological skill of the teacher, the age and the level of knowledge of the students.

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S. Diyorova. (2021). TRAINING ESSENTIAL CLASS STUDENTS. JournalNX - A Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Journal, 137–141. Retrieved from