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Папушина В. А. Student Creative Self-Realization Techniques in Literature Courses. Izvestiya of Saratov University. Educational Acmeology. Developmental Psychology, 2017, vol. , iss. 2, pp. 106-?. DOI:

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Student Creative Self-Realization Techniques in Literature Courses


Based on the process of students studying literature and developing aesthetic abilities, the author developed optimal techniques of training a modern expert who demonstrates extensive expertise, aesthetic abilities, and abilities for creative self-realization. The paper proposes a technique of student-teacher and student-university services cooperation as a way to improve the academic process, to help students acquire required knowledge and, consequently, develop abilities for creative realization. The paper goes on to provide an overview of techniques of developing a strong stand, creative use of modern innovative technologies in the educational process. Some of the most effective techniques discussed are problematic lectures, lectures in the form of discussions, lectures in the form of performance reports incorporating interpersonal cooperation. The technique of modern literary analysis involving different types of extracurricular clubs, interest groups, and drama groups is suggested for practicals.


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