Teaching Technical Writing to Non-Native Speakers of English at Higher Education


  • Shokirov Bakhodir Ismoilovich Ajou University in Tashkent (AUT)


Adaptation, learning methods, linguistics, ESL learners


In this paper, the author explores different types of teaching technical words to students who learn English as a second language. ESL learners may face many difficulties in acquiring a foreign language, these difficulties range from understanding a single word to being able to use technical words in NECESSARY contexts. This article mainly focuses on this particular aspect of the whole language learning process.


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How to Cite

Ismoilovich, S. B. . (2023). Teaching Technical Writing to Non-Native Speakers of English at Higher Education. European Multidisciplinary Journal of Modern Science, 16, 1–3. Retrieved from https://emjms.academicjournal.io/index.php/emjms/article/view/884