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This article is considered the problem of effective methods in teaching foreign language, such as collaborative learning. It very effective in the process of learning a language for both young and adult, as during the collaborate work the participants communicate more freely with each other. Many studies show that collaborative learning, as compared to working independently, results in deep information processing and more meaningful psychological connections among the participants.

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method collaborative learning communication collaborative tasks collaborative group work

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Abdumutalovna, B. G. (2023). Collaborative Learning in Foreign Language Teaching. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORY, 4(1), 78-81. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/BN7AM

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