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  • 1. CREATIVITY IN TEACHING
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 2. What is creativity?
    • The act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality
    • 3. Thinking, then producing
    Difference between creativity and innovation?
    • Theproductionorimplementation of an idea
    • 4. Havingideas, but not actingshowsimaginativepersonality.
    • 5. Production, innovation.
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 6. Why is creativityimportant in languageclassrooms?
    • Languageuse is a creativeact
    • 7. Compensationstrategies
    • 8. Somepeoplecannotlearn at alliftheyare not allowedto be creative
    • 9. Motivation, inspirationandchallengedbroughtbycreatingsomething of value.
    • 10. Creativityimproves self-esteem
    • 11. Genuinecommunicationandco-operationthroughcreativeworks in classrom.
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 12.
    • Language use is a creative act:we transform thoughts into language that can be heard or seen. We are capable of producing sentences and even long texts that we have never heard or seen before. By giving learners creative exercises, we get them to practise an important sub-skill of using a language: thinking creatively.
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 13.
    • Compensation strategies (methods used for making up for lack of language in a communicative situation e.g. miming, Creative drama, Games, Free drawing, drawing, paraphrasing used for getting meaning across) use creative and often imaginative ways of expression. Our learners will need these until they master the language.
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 14.
    • Somepeoplecannotlearn at alliftheyare not allowedto be creative. They do not understandthepoint in doing a languageactivityforitsownsake, foronlypractisingthelanguagewithout a realcontent, purpose, outcomeoreven a product.
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 15.
    • My experience also taught me that most people become more motivated, inspired or challengedif they can create something of value, if they feel that in some ways what they do and how they do it reflect who they are.
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 16.
    • Creativityimproves self-esteemas learners can look at theirownsolutionstoproblemsandtheirownproductsandseewhattheyareabletoachieve.
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 17.
    • Creativework in thelanguageclassroom can leadtogenuinecommunicationandco-operation. Learnersusethelanguageto do thecreativetask, sotheyuse it as a tool, in itsoriginalfunction. Thisprepareslearnersforusingthelanguageinstrumentallyoutsidetheclassroom.
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 18. Arewe, ourself, creative?
    Have you ever found that you wanted to do something but you did not have the right tool / material to do it, and then you found some way of using another object / material and managed somehow?
    Haveyoueverychanged an activity in yourcoursebookor a resourcebooktomatchtheneeds of a particulargroupyouteach? YES? Thereyougo, youarecreative!
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 19.
    • Consider opposites
    • 20. Direct involvement with materials and processes
    • 21. Think process rather than product
    • 22. Self assessment of yourself
    By Mehmet TUNAZ
  • 23. ThanksforListening
    By Mehmet TUNAZ