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ERIC Number: ED592675
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2019
Pages: 38
Abstractor: As Provided
Creativity as a Key Component in Different National Settings for EFL Teaching
Tavarez DaCosta, Pedro
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The creativity that teachers and professors as well, exercise in a classroom, is an immeasurable potential for exploiting their student's opportunities and abilities to fully develop their language skills, as well as, their character and personality; it is the kind of driving force that impulse our pupils beyond their current capacities, and catapult them into new, higher and marvelous horizons. This exploratory research examines how creativity enhances the processes of learning and acquiring EFL in different national settings, where it was compared the different degrees of success attained by teachers and students as well, as a clear indicator of good practices in the classroom and in education in general. For doing so, we first analyzed on the lights of the great theories on the matter, that is a great discussion on the literature available was held, and on the light of the data gathered by scholars of different countries, and nations so distant that clearly defines them as antipodes, the whole picture was in that way completed. Despite the fact that this exploratory research completely focused on foreign language learning/acquisition, the findings and conclusions herein discussed applies to any field of education regardless the area and regardless the level. It is really hoped through this work, that the knowledge extracted from this pedagogical experience could serve as a guiding line for other nations that share common characteristics of the country of our region, and therefore, the experience could be assumed and assimilated by others as well.
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Iran; Slovenia; Dominican Republic