EMBRACING COMPARATIVE APPROACH IN PRIMARY UZBEK LANGUAGE CLASSES IN THE CASE OF RUSSIAN AND UZBEK FOLKLORE
Keywords:comparative approach, primary language classes, Uzbek language, Russian language, folklore, cultural awareness, language skills, vocabulary building, grammar comparison, cultural discussions, creative writing, multilingualism, diversity.
This article explores the implementation of a comparative approach in primary Uzbek language classes by incorporating elements from Russian and Uzbek folklore. By drawing upon the rich traditions of both cultures, students can enhance their language skills, develop cultural awareness, and foster a deeper understanding of linguistic structures. The article suggests various strategies, including comparative vocabulary building, grammar and sentence structure comparisons, cultural discussions, creative writing, and celebrating multilingualism and diversity. By integrating Russian and Uzbek folklore, educators can create engaging language learning experiences that promote cultural sensitivity and appreciation.