Advantages of Using Fairy Tales in EFL Classrooms of Primary Schools

  • Hurshida Otaboyeva EFL Teacher of Namangan State University, Uzbekistan
Keywords: foreign language, children, fairy tales, EFL classrooms, primary school, language skills, communication, culture


Language is a powerful tool in understanding the world and shaping the worldview. The upbringing of spirituality through the culture of one's own and a foreign language is an integral part of the entire system of spiritual and moral education of schoolchildren in the educational process. The study of any foreign language increases the spiritual and moral culture, broadens the horizons and educates children in a positive and interested perception of a foreign culture. This article highlights the advantages of using fairy tales in EFL classrooms of primary schools.


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How to Cite
Otaboyeva, H. (2023). Advantages of Using Fairy Tales in EFL Classrooms of Primary Schools. Central Asian Journal of Literature, Philosophy and Culture, 4(5), 42-45.