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The issues of development of creative abilities in French classes

Saltanat Kydyrova – Meruyet Amangaziyeva – Altyngul Mustoyapova – Makhambet Pirimzhanov – Rugaida Tileuzhanova

DOI: 10.18355/XL.2020.13.01.19

This current research comprehensively examines differences in creative thinking abilities between students, and the views of the university educators on creativity characteristics and standards. While the primary purpose is to offer further research to add to the body of knowledge, there is also the opportunity to find evidence connecting the level of scholastic achievement with the resources available to students elsewhere. The aim of the offered literature review is to discuss the elements of creative thinking, which lead to a conceptualization of the phenomenon. This research is essentially an examination of the work of scholars who seek to define creative thinking from their varying perspectives and disciplines, following on the postulation of corresponding theoretical constructs that have been tested and refined over time, and utilizing the means of measurement for creative thinking and methods of data collection under those models.The relevance of the research problem can be explained by several circumstances. The main direction of modernization of a comprehensive and vocational education at the present stage of development provides, first of all, to improve the quality of assimilation of general and professional knowledge, practical and creative training of graduates. French language, as a general educational subject, can and should contribute to the development of students' creative abilities. Possessing a vast upbringing, educational and developing potential of students' creative abilities, French language can realize it only through the implementation of the practical goal of learning, that is, only if the student in the process of communicative-cognitive activity in another language (listening, speaking, reading, using writing) will expand their educational horizons, develop their thinking, memory, feelings and emotions; and if in the process of French language communication social and value qualities of a person will be formed: worldview, moral values and beliefs, character traits (Artemyev, 1987).

Key words: modern technologies, creative thinking, abilities enhancement, French language

Pages: 253 - 262

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