Relationship of the methodology of teaching a foreign language vocabulary and the student's temperament

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This article is devoted to the study of the problem of teaching a foreign language to students, namely, the qualitative memorization of vocabulary. The purpose of the article is studying the relationship between the temperament of students and teaching approaches. We used such research methods as information analysis and comparison. The materials for writing the article were the works of K.E. Bezukladnikova, V.A. Buchbinder, and etc. The following hypothesis: the success of using of vocabulary depends on the temperament of the student. The characteristic features of each type of temperament were identified, and then, examples of activities were given. In conclusion, despite the intersection of some characteristic features of several temperaments, at the moment there is still no ideal method of teaching a foreign language suitable for each student, since each student is individual and requires a personal approach. The article is useful for teachers of foreign languages and teachers in general.

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Ksenia A. Pryanichnikova

Chelyabinsk State University

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Russian Federation, 454084, Russia, Chelyabinsk, st. Voroshilov, 4a


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