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Abstract

 Nowadays, the issue of teaching military students is paid attention to the formation of professionally significant competencies by means of a foreign language in our country. The relevance of the research is conducted by the author of the article. The purpose of the article is to reveal the features of learning military English language by students for military areas of training. Taking into account which allows to determine the specifics of the military topics of foreign language communication and the requirements for training materials. The research is based on a contextual approach to professionally oriented learning, which suggests that information should be assimilated in context by modeling the subject and social content of professional activity in the military English language classes. The theoretical significance of the article lies in the fact that it contributes to the study the issue of creating a foreign-language professional communication environment with the help of modern educational technologies that allow students to immerse themselves in a foreign language environment, observe culturally specific realities and hear samples of modern foreign speech

Keywords

foreign language military students professional competencies professionally oriented learning information communication technologies media content technology

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Turaeva Nigora Nuriddinovna 2021. The usage of media content technology in teaching of Military English. International Journal on Integrated Education. 4, 3 (Mar. 2021), 308-312. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v4i3.1445.

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