Andrey Khojeev

Associate Lecturer in Global English Department
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 Education:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning (PgCert), Westminster International University in Tashkent (2016)
  • MA in Linguistics (English Language),Uzbek State World Languages University (2015)
  • BA in English Philology and Language Teaching, Uzbek State World Languages University (2013)

Teaching:

Academic English


Research Interests:

  • Culture Linguistics
  • Education
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Second Language Teaching

Publications:

  • Khojeev, A. (2016). Realia in Newspaper Discourse as Cultural Units, International Scientific-Practical Conference dedicated to Linguistics, Literature and Language Teaching named after Academician V. Vinogradov;
  • Khojeev, A. (2016). Pragmatic Aspect of Stylistic Devices in Newspaper Discourse, Philological Matters;
  • Khojeev, A. (2015). Phraseological Units In Newspaper Discourse as Linguocultural Units, Philological Matters (pp. 70-75);
  • Khojeev A. (2015). Metaphor in Newspaper Discourse in the Light of Cognitive Linguistics and Linguoculturology, Scientific-Practical Conference dedicated to Linguistics, Literature and Language Teaching under Samarkand State Foreign Languages University;
  • Khojeev, A. (2014). The Notion of Linguocultureme, Philological Matters, (pp. 3-9);
  • Khojeev, A. (2014). Linguoculturology and its Main Notions, III Scientific-Practical Conference under MA Department dedicated to the Current Issues of Linguistics, Literature and Foreign Languages Teaching, Uzbek State World Languages University, (pp. 146-148);
  • Khojeev, A. (2014). The Use of IT in English Classes, University Conference dedicated to Linguistics and IT, Uzbek State World Languages University. (pp. 105-106);
  • Khojeev, A. (2013). The Conceptualization of Newspaper Headlines, Republican Scientific-Practical Conference dedicated to the Current Issues Of Cognitive, Linguocultural and Gender Linguistics, (pp. 41-43).