Introduction to creativity

Introduction to creativity

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Introduction to creativity by Mind Map: Introduction to creativity

1. Multimedia

1.1. Materials such as video and multimedia allow teachers and learners to explore the nonverbal and cultural aspects of language as well as the verbal.

1.2. Visuals provide information about the physical context of the interaction.

1.3. Reading materials will normaly need to cover a range of genres, possibly inlcuding computer literacy.

2. Textbooks

2.1. Needs to become a vehicle for teacher and learner training.

2.2. Must provide support and help with classroom management.

3. Teaching materials

3.1. Are shown with advantages and disadvantages.

3.2. Students can develop learning skills and suggest many useful strategies.

3.3. Being familiar with the learning and teaching styles and contexts of those likely to use materials.

4. Characteristics of creative teaching

4.1. Creative state

4.1.1. It is about how to present yourself as someone who cares and enjoys teaching your subject.

4.1.2. Is when you appeal to creative side of pupils' brains.

4.1.3. Does not necessarily mean that you need to put in hours of preparation for every single activity you do.

5. What is creativity?

5.1. is the key to successful independent learning.

5.2. Is something we all have. A skill that can be learned.

5.3. Is the product between balance and madness

6. Educational Context

6.1. People and characters

6.2. Age and subject

6.3. Language level

6.4. Interaction

6.5. External requirements

6.6. Focus

6.6.1. Learner motivation

6.6.2. Concentration

6.6.3. Effective learning

6.6.4. Learning confidence

6.6.5. Greater involvement

6.7. Engagement Zone

6.7.1. Frustation

6.7.2. Engagement zone

6.7.3. Apathy

7. Role of materials in the language classroom

7.1. Syllabus

7.1.1. Can be seen as a general organizer of what is essential to be taught and learned

7.1.2. It is a general pronouncement about the pedagogical disposition of learning contents.

7.1.3. Act as a guide for the teacher and learner by providing some goals to be attained.

7.2. Contextual factors

7.2.1. Are important because they work with extrinsic conextual factors and intrinsic contextual factor.

7.2.2. The activities and materials proposed must be felxible