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TECHNOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT OF MOTIVATION FOR STUDENTS TO STUDY MATHEMATICAL LOGIC ELEMENTS

Bozorov Giyosiddin Sadullayevich.

Abstract
This article discusses the problem of teaching students to think logically, to think logically and to draw the right
conclusions from logic, that is, to motivate them to organize the elements of mathematical logic, and to use logical
operations in solving mathematical examples and problems. For this purpose, a set of issues related to the formation
of positive motivation in students to organize the elements of mathematical logic has been developed, which are
divided into the following groups.
The first group of questions is based on the basic starting materials organized in the mathematics course.
However, a good knowledge of the elementary mathematics course is not enough to solve the problem, because in
order to get the right answer, it is necessary to show the student's ingenuity. These issues not only help to deepen
and deepen the understanding of the topic, but also provide flexibility of thinking in students.
The second group of issues consists of issues with varying levels of complexity, i.e, issues with primary,
secondary, and tertiary complexity. The division of problems into levels of complexity is based on the number of
logical steps that need to be performed to solve them.
The third group of questions focuses on developing students' ability to find errors in feedback.
A fourth group of issues is proposed as students face a number of challenges in organizing the elements of
mathematical logic. The fourth group of questions is aimed at developing students' ability to find errors in feedback
and helps them develop critical thinking.

Key words: mathematics, logic operations, teaching methods, methods, reasoning, logic, motivation, sophistry, truth, falsehood, cognitive motives and social motives.


 
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